Publication detail

Some aspects in thick-film capillary production

Adamek, M., Prasek, J.

Original Title

Some aspects in thick-film capillary production

English Title

Some aspects in thick-film capillary production

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

One of trends is integration simply TFT sensor with channels, filters, capillaries or micro pumps. The experimentally made channel and capillaries by thick-film technology are the main goal of this work. The capillaries are usually made by special membrane, metal etching, by LTCC. This paper is focused on simple experiments with the capillary fabrication using pastes overlaying on two separate substrates that are then joined together forming up the capillary. Some aspects about problem channels and capillaries made by thick-film technology are discussed in this paper.

English abstract

One of trends is integration simply TFT sensor with channels, filters, capillaries or micro pumps. The experimentally made channel and capillaries by thick-film technology are the main goal of this work. The capillaries are usually made by special membrane, metal etching, by LTCC. This paper is focused on simple experiments with the capillary fabrication using pastes overlaying on two separate substrates that are then joined together forming up the capillary. Some aspects about problem channels and capillaries made by thick-film technology are discussed in this paper.

Keywords

thick-film, channel, capillary

RIV year

2007

Released

19.09.2007

Publisher

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY SOFIA

Location

Sozopol, BG

Pages from

148

Pages to

152

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT45360,
  author="Martin {Adámek} and Jan {Prášek}",
  title="Some aspects in thick-film capillary production",
  annote="One of trends is integration simply TFT sensor with channels, filters, capillaries or micro
pumps. The experimentally made channel and capillaries by thick-film technology are the
main goal of this work. The capillaries are usually made by special membrane, metal etching,
by LTCC. This paper is focused on simple experiments with the capillary fabrication using
pastes overlaying on two separate substrates that are then joined together forming up the
capillary. Some aspects about problem channels and capillaries made by thick-film
technology are discussed in this paper.",
  address="TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY SOFIA",
  chapter="45360",
  institution="TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY SOFIA",
  journal="Electronics",
  number="4",
  volume="16",
  year="2007",
  month="september",
  pages="148--152",
  publisher="TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY SOFIA",
  type="journal article"
}