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Gravity driven deterministic lateral displacement for suspended particles in a 3D obstacle array

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Gravity driven deterministic lateral displacement for suspended particles in a 3D obstacle array
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Du
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Siqi
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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author
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Drazer
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German
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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School of Engineering
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2016
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We present a simple modification to enhance the separation ability of deterministic lateral displacement (DLD) systems by expanding the two-dimensional nature of these devices and driving the particles into size-dependent, fully three-dimensional trajectories. Specifically, we drive the particles through an array of long cylindrical posts, such that they not only move parallel to the basal plane of the posts as in traditional two-dimensional DLD systems (in-plane motion), but also along the axial direction of the solid posts (out-of-plane motion). We show that the (projected) in-plane motion of the particles is completely analogous to that observed in 2D-DLD systems. In fact, a theoretical model originally developed for force-driven, two-dimensional DLD systems accurately describes the experimental results. More importantly, we analyze the particles out-of-plane motion and observe, for certain orientations of the driving force, significant differences in the out-of-plane displacement depending on particle size. Therefore, taking advantage of both the in-plane and out-of-plane motion of the particles, it is possible to achieve the simultaneous fractionation of a polydisperse suspension into multiple streams.
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English
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9 p.
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Deterministic lateral displacement
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Fractionation
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Polydisperse
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2016
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Scientific Reports
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6(31428)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep31428
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Du, Siqi
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Drazer, German
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doi:10.7282/T3JH3PFG
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