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2005). Dean vortices formed as a result of unbalanced centrifugal force during motion along the curved line play a key role in deformation of the stream, inducing an increase of the cross section of the focused stream in near-to-wall regions. , 2002). The effect of Dean vortices decreases with a decrease of the Reynolds number which is illustrated by rectangular cross section of the stream at Re=5. Transition into the region Re<1 (particularly in the creeping flow regime Re « 1) totally neutralizes the effect of Dean vortices on flow in the microchannel but causes generation of Moffat vortices (Mercer, 2004; Moffat, 1964).
10. 56 This figure makes it possible to compare directly the shapes of deformed stream, showing good agreement of CFD simulation result and the observed system behavior. 4. The effect of properties and velocity of flowing media and channel size on the shape of focused stream A very significant aspect of designing and operation of the systems based on hydrodynamic focusing is to determine the position of focused stream inside the outlet channel in given conditions of flow. As it has been stated earlier, when the flow is focused by identical side streams QA=QB, the focused stream leaves a microchannel flowing in the center of the outlet channel.