DIGITAL MICROFLUIDIC BIOCHIPS DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE IN DIFFERENT MIXING PROCESS
Research Scholar, Department of Electronics and communication Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Technology Mansarovar Global University Billkisganj, Sehore, Madhya Pradesh, email@example.com
Dr. Mayank Mathur
Research Guide, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Technology Mansarovar Global University, Billkisganj, Sehore, Madhya Pradesh
Many biochemical laboratory operations will be revolutionized by microfluidic-based biochips in the near future because of their automation, cost-reduction and mobility advantages. A DMF-based microfluids with two sizes of rotary mixers and storage electrodes is designed as an architectural structure for implementing the algorithm we’ve developed here. According to the findings of the simulations, the suggested strategy always results in non-negative savings in terms of waste droplets and input droplets totals. The traditional approach relies on microfabricated channels to manipulate continuous liquid flow. However, external micro-pump and micro-valve assistance is required to perform flow actuation. Sequential/split operations are required to attain any given goal concentration with an error in concentration factor of less than 15n in this algorithm’s computation time. Furthermore, the practicality and adaptability are severely constrained by the use of permanently carved channels.
Keywords: Biochips, Microfluid, Mixing, Optimization, Liquid, Process, Biological