Data underlying the research on particle manipulation using hydrodynamic forcing. This dataset consist of the experimental data of two particles coming close to each other in a Hele-Shaw cell



The reseach objective is to present a microfluidic approach to achieve the dynamic control of particle pathlines within a flow through microfluidic device. Our approach combines three key aspects: the design of a flow-through microfluidic flow cell with the ability to manipulate the streamlines of the flow, an optimization procedure to find a priori optimal particle path-lines, and a Proportion-Integral-Derivative-based (PID) feedback controller to provide real time control over the particle manipulations. The experimental raw images were recorded with a sCMOS camera (PCO) with a pixel pitch of 6.5 μm. The camera was mounted on a microscope (Nikon Eclipse Ti) with a 1x objective. The

acquisition frequency was 5 Hz corresponding to an average in-plane displacement of 4-6 pixels between two consecutive recordings. The zip file contains the raw images and the MATLAB script used to do an experiment of two particles coming close to each other by only using the hydrodynamic forcing in a Hele-Shaw cell.
Date made available12 Apr 2022
PublisherTU Delft - 4TU.ResearchData

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