|Doctorant - Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse (INSA de Toulouse)|
Membre du groupe Modélisation des Systèmes et Microsystèmes Mécaniques (MS2M)
Activités de recherche :
1. Experimental and theoretical study of gas flows in microchannels
2. Micro Molecular Tagging Thermometry
Research work at Microfluidics Lab, IIT Bombay, India
3. Blood Plasma separation in microchannels
4. Three dimensional hydrodynamic flow focusing in microchannels
5. Vortex driven fluid flow in microchannels
International Journal Publications (at Microfluidics lab, IIT Bombay, India)
1. Tripathi, S., Kumar, Y.V.B.V, Agrawal, A., Prabhakar, A., & Joshi, S. S. (2016). Microdevice for plasma separation from whole human blood using bio-physical and geometrical effects. Scientific Reports, 6, 26749.
2. Tripathi, S., Kumar, Y.V.B.V., Agrawal, A., “Separation in Microfluidic devices: A case study on hydrodynamic blood plasma separation technique,” Annals of INAE, Vol. XIII, pp. 276-286, 2016
3. Tripathi, S., Kumar, A., Kumar, Y.V.B.V., and Agrawal, A., “Three-dimensional hydrodynamic focusing of dye, particles and cells in a microfluidics device by employing two bends of opposite curvature,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 20, pp. 1-14, 2016.
4. Tripathi, S., Kumar, Y.V.B.V., Prabhakar, A., Joshi, S.S., and Agrawal, A., “Passive blood plasma separation at the microscale: A review of design principles and microdevices,” Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 25, 083001, 2015. (Invited review).
5. Tripathi, S., Kumar, Y.V.B.V., Prabhakar, A., Joshi, S.S., and Agrawal, A., “Performance study of microfluidic device for blood plasma separation – A designer’s perspective,” Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 25, 084004, 2015.
6. Prabhakar, A., Kumar, Y.V.B.V., Tripathi, S., and Agrawal, A., “A novel, compact and efficient microchannel arrangement with multiple hydrodynamic effects for blood plasma separation,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 18, pp. 995-1006, 2015. (doi 10.1007/s10404-014-1488-6)
1.Prabhakar, A., Kumar, Y.V.B.V., and Agrawal, A., “Micro device for separating blood plasma from whole human blood and method for making the same,” (Indian Patent Application No. 2344/MUM/2013, Approved on 19 June 2015).
1. Prabhakar, A., Kumar, Y.V.B.V., Tripathi, S., Singh, S.G., and Agrawal, A., A novel, compact and efficient microfluidic device for blood plasma separation, paper 167, presented at 39th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power, SVNIT, Surat, 13-15 December 2012.
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