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Paper Title :
Electrical-Induced Flow in Pva/Aa Hydrogel Microchannels

Author :Ademola Dare, Olubunmi Ige, Oladapo Fasanya

Article Citation :Ademola Dare ,Olubunmi Ige ,Oladapo Fasanya , (2018 ) " Electrical-Induced Flow in Pva/Aa Hydrogel Microchannels " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 48-55, Volume-6,Issue-6

Abstract : The need to study flow through micropump has led to wide investigation on microfluidic devices. Although several investigations have been reported on different microfluidic, this work was design to investigate electrical induced flow in a hydrogel microchannel at varying hydraulic diameters. A semi interpenetrating polymeric network method was used to synthesize hydrogel, which was a crosslink of polyvinyl alcohol and acrylic acid. Other reagent used to form at varying proportions are hydrogel are (HCL, (NH􀬸) 􀬶S􀬶O􀬼 ,C􀬹H􀬼O􀬶 and C􀬺H􀬵􀬺N􀬶 ). Polymeric hydrogels were formed at a ratio of 39 : 61%,50 : 50% and 60 : 40% polyvinyl alcohol to acrylic acid. Micromechanical characterization was conducted on the polymeric hydrogel. The pre-polymer solutions of hydrogel were poured on PMMA mold to form a microchannel of hydraulic diameter 800μm, 1000μm, 1200μm and 1400μm respectively. Flow investigation was carried out with water as working fluid at an applied voltage of 2V to 22V,with microchannel power consumption of (0.80W-165W) for 800μm,1000μm,(1.80W-176W) for 1200μm and (1.98W-180.40W) for 1400μm hydrogel microchannel respectively. The hydrogel Microchannel performance was compared to literature. The 39:61% PVA/AA crosslink hydrogel under applied load of 5.8210N deformed at 0.60260mpa and break at 0.42152 MPa to give a young modulus of (-0.80 to 1.01)N/M􀬶.The 50:50% crosslink PVA/AA hydrogel under applied load 2.37762N deformed at 0.24441MPa and break at 0.08213 MPa resulting in a young modulus (-7.0 to 1. 0)N/M􀬶.The 60:40% PVA/AA hydrogel crosslink with distill and ionized water under applied load 3.41912N,deformed at 0.05422mpa,result in young modulus (-4.0 to 1.0)N/M􀬶; and at applied load of 2.14706N,breaking point was 0.00587mpa result in young modulus (-3.50 to 1.10) N/M􀬶. The performance efficiency for hydrogel microchannel of hydraulic diameter 800μm,1000μm,1200 μm and 1400 μm with different crosslink ratio were (0.00% to 32.96%)PVA/AA 39:61%,(0.00% to 26.22%)PVA/AA 50:50%,(0.00% to 217.3%)PVA/AA 60:40% and (0.00% to 349.48%)PVA/AA 60:40% hydrogel crosslink with ionized water at a flow rate of (0.00ml/min to 0.18ml/min)800μm,(0.00ml/min to 0.32ml/min)1000μm,(0.00ml/min to 0.47ml/min)1200μm and (0.00ml/min to 0.50ml/min)1400μm. This study established that with increase in hydraulic diameter of PVA/AA hydrogel microchannel there will be increase in flow rate and consumed low power. The hydrogel microchannel can also serves as an alternative to micropump which could be applicable for design of feeder systems for cleft deformities. Keywords- Hydrogel, Microchannel, Microfluidic, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Acrylic Acid, Polymethylmetalcrylate

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-6,Issue-6


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