Guillermo Lopez Quesada




Doctorant à l'Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse (INSA de Toulouse)
Membre du groupe Modélisation des Systèmes et Microsystèmes Mécaniques (MS2M)
Espace Clément Ader, 3 rue Caroline Aigle
31400 Toulouse




Activités de recherche

Thermally Driven Vacuum Micro Pumps:

Computational and experimental investigation of the performance characteristics of a multi-stage thermally driven micropump without any moving part (Knudsen pump) including the quantitative comparison and optimisation of various designs plus the fabrication and testing of a prototype to optimize efficiency and low energy consumption.


Production scientifique

4 contributions

Article de revue internationale avec comité de lecture

[ACL1]G. Tatsios, G. Lopez Quesada, M. Rojas-cárdenas, L. Baldas, S. Colin and D. Valougeorgis. Computational investigation and parametrization of the pumping effect in temperature driven flows through long tapered channels. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. 21(5)99. 2017 [DOI]

Communication avec actes dans un congrès international ou national

[ACT1]G. Lopez Quesada, G. Tatsios, S. Colin, D. Valougeorgis, L. Baldas and M. Rojas-cárdenas. Reviewing the early stages of a Knudsen pump design: modeling and manufacturing. Proceedings of 2nd International MIGRATE Workshop, Sofia, Bulgaria p.MIGRATE-153802 2017
[ACT2]G. Tatsios, G. Lopez Quesada, M. Rojas-cárdenas, L. Baldas, S. Colin and D. Valougeorgis. Thermally driven flows in long tapered channels. Proceedings of 2nd International MIGRATE Workshop, Sofia, Bulgaria p.MIGRATE-152927 2017
[ACT3]G. Lopez Quesada, S. Colin, D. Valougeorgis, G. Tatsios, L. Baldas and M. Rojas-cárdenas. Overview of alternative designs for thermally driven micropumps. Proceedings of 1st International MIGRATE Workshop, Strasbourg, France p.MIGRATE 12: 1-2 2016



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