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Influences of Duct Height on Flow Fields and Pressure Performances of a Viscous Micropump Model Using a Cylindrical Rotor in a Rectangular Duct
TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series B
With respect to a viscous micropump using a cylindrical rotor in a rectangular duct, influences of duct height on flow fields and pressure performances are investigated. The model experiment, the numerical simulation and the theoretical analysis are performed. In the model experiment, the low Reynolds number flow is realized by using glycerin as a working fluid for a centimeter-scale (not micrometer scale) pump model. In the numerical simulation, the commercial software, STAR-CD, is used.doi:10.1299/kikaib.72.1513 fatcat:zjwqt5dkdnep3nkeqip76vsyjm