Antifouling surfaces: removal of micro-particles by magnetic artificial cilia

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Biological cilia are hair-like structures lining many biological surfaces. There are many examples in nature in which oscillating cilia efficiently manipulate particles in their vicinity, e.g. for feeding, anti-fouling or cell transport. In this paper, we experimentally demonstrate that surfaces covered with artificial cilia have the capacity to remove micro-particles from the ciliated area, creating a particle-free area. The artificial cilia used are micro-moulded magnetic artificial cilia (MAC), actuated externally by a homebuilt magnetic setup. The ciliated surface is capable of removing a large size range of particles except for particles which have a diameter that is similar to the cilia pitch. It is also able to remove irregular-shaped sand particles in both water and air. These findings can contribute to the development of novel particle manipulation and self-cleaning/ antifouling surfaces, which can find application in, for example, lab-on-a-chip devices and marine antifouling.

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CongresMicroTAS 2018
StadKaohsiung, Taiwan
Periode10/11/1816/11/18
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antifouling
removal
particle
hair
range size
sand
air

Bibliografische nota

3677

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    Zhang, S., Wang, Y., Onck, P. R., & den Toonder, J. M. J. (2018). Antifouling surfaces: removal of micro-particles by magnetic artificial cilia. Postersessie gepresenteerd op MicroTAS 2018, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, .
    Zhang, S. ; Wang, Y. ; Onck, Patrick R. ; den Toonder, J.M.J./ Antifouling surfaces: removal of micro-particles by magnetic artificial cilia. Postersessie gepresenteerd op MicroTAS 2018, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, .3 blz.
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