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Kislaya, A. (author)
The precise manipulation of particles and droplets is crucial to many microfluidic applications in engineering. The design of microfluidic devices is generally tailored to perform a specific task, with each specific application requiring a unique and fixed design. In this way, using a single device to perform multiple analyses of a wide range of...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Geelhoed, W. J. (author), Damanik, F. F.R. (author), Hamming, J. F. (author), van Agen, M. S. (author), de Boer, H. C. (author), Restrepo, M. Tobón (author), Kislaya, A. (author), Poelma, C. (author), van Zonneveld, A. J. (author)
The durability of prosthetic arteriovenous (AV) grafts for hemodialysis access is low, predominantly due to stenotic lesions in the venous outflow tract and infectious complications. Tissue engineered blood vessels (TEBVs) might offer a tailor-made autologous alternative for prosthetic grafts. We have designed a method in which TEBVs are...
journal article 2020
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Kislaya, A. (author), Deka, Antaran (author), Veenstra, Peter (author), Tam, D.S.W. (author), Westerweel, J. (author)
Abstract: In microscopic particle image velocimetry (micro-PIV), correlation averaging over multiple frames is often required, leading to a loss in temporal resolution, therefore limiting the measurement accuracy for unsteady flows. Here, we present a new PIV method suitable to study steady and unsteady laminar flows between parallel plates ...
journal article 2020
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Kislaya, A. (author), Deka, Antaran (author), Veenstra, Peter (author), Tam, D.S.W. (author), Westerweel, J. (author)
In micro-PIV, reaching the optimum image density has always been difficult due to high displacement gradient, coagulation of particles at the inlet and due to particles adhering to the surface to name a few. The most widely used method is to take ensemble correlation average of multiple PIV images to extract the velocity field. However, this...
conference paper 2018
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Kislaya, A. (author), Sciacchitano, A. (author)
The use of optical diffusers for the reduction of peak-locking errors in particle image velocimetry is investigated. The working principle of the optical diffusers is based on the concept of birefringence, where the incoming rays are subject to different deflections depending on the light direction and polarization. The performances of the...
journal article 2018
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Kislaya, A. (author)
In PIV, the systematic tendency of the measured sub-pixel displacement to be biased towards the integral pixel values is called peak-locking. This occurs when the particle image diameter is less than a pixel. The bias error causes inaccuracy in the measured PIV data which does not reduces with increase in the sample size. Recently developed...
master thesis 2016
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