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2. Segmented ﬂow. When the ratio of ﬂow rates for the wetting to the non-wetting phases is close to unity, the dispersed phase forms droplets or bubbles that span most of the cross-section of the channel. Two consecutive droplets conﬁne the continuous liquid phase between them. 5 Flow patterns. (a) The most common flow patterns are bubbly flow, segmented flow and annular flow . (b) A flow map, indicating the ranges of gas and liquid velocity for which the various flow patterns are observed in a given device .
Albert Renken was professor for Chemical Reaction Engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne until 2006. He is a Swiss delegate in the working party on Chemical Reaction Engineering (Chairman 1996–2003) of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering. He organized the 7th International Conference on Microreaction Technology (IMRET 7) in Lausanne, 2003 and the 19th International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering (ISCRE 19) in Berlin/Potsdam, 2006. In 2007 he was awarded with the DECHEMA- Titanium Medal.
Solutionphase particle synthesis), sedimentation and the resulting accumulation of particles within a microchannel are unwanted. 3 shows a representative distribution between a continuous and an immiscible dispersed phase that we refer to a segmented ﬂow. Segmented ﬂows exist both in gas–liquid mixtures and in immiscible liquids. They can be produced with great regularity in microﬂuidic devices. The resulting phase distributions are sometimes also referred to as digital microﬂows or digital microﬂuidics – terms that are used in a somewhat different context for electrically driven droplets.