P13373: Nanofluidic Characterization
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The purpose of this project is to characterize the flow rates through nano-porous membranes during different parameters. This will be achieved with different gauges that output to a computer program showing the flow,pressure and temperature rates. This project is useful because there is no current way to accurately tell what the flow rates will experimentally be through these nano-porous membranes.

This data will then be used to help the customer more accurately know the correct flow rate for each individual membrane that they can try and flow test specimens like cells through them.

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Project Name
Nanofluidic Characterization
Project Number
P13373
Start Term
2012-1
End Term
2012-2
Industry Guide
Michael Zona
585-298-7691
Email: mfzddm@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Michael Schrlau
Assistant Professor
Rochester Institute of Technology
Email: mgseme@rit.edu
Sponsor (financial support)
Michael Schrlau
NBIL

NBIL

RIT

RIT

Team Members

Dave W, Justin D,Dave S: The Three Stooges

Dave W, Justin D,Dave S: The Three Stooges

Member Role Contact
David Sharp Team Leader dss5861@rit.edu
David West Designer drw2235@rit.edu
Justin Davis Organizer jwd4145@rit.edu

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Planning & Execution

Systems Design

Detailed Design

Project Review

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Planning & Execution

Build, Test, Document

Project Review

Final Presentation

Technical Paper

Project Poster

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