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Design and create a Piezo buzzer based fluid pump. 
This is a small volume pump able to push small precise quantities of fluid. Applications are in biology, chemistry, etc.

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  • Pump small quantities of fluid with high precision
  • Physiology, biology, chemistry, microgardins, etc.

Short-term goals

Create model (mechanics and electronics)
Create prototype
Testing and characterization

Long-term goals

Integrate with other scientific instruments 


Prototyping and characterization


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Tools, activities, and processes

Diigo list, tag Piezo_pump

Skills and resources needed

Mechanical design, 3D printing, Electronics, Outreach

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Recent Announcements

  • Piezo buzzer pump V3 This is a new prototype of piezo buzzer pump with no valve. It uses very precise water channels and relies on fluid dynamics. See more in this paper.  Model Design ...
    Posted Dec 3, 2014, 8:39 PM by Tiberius Brastaviceanu
  • Piezo buzzer pump prototype V2 A modular and stackable piezo pump was designed and prototyped. It uses piezo buzzer membranes and 3D printed support. This pump should be very energy efficient. The flow can be ...
    Posted Oct 21, 2014, 9:48 AM by Tiberius Brastaviceanu
  • First successful test of the piezo buzzer pump Today we had the first positive results with the Piezo Buzzer Pump. The volume pushed by the pump is small, but at least we have something to optimize. The valve ...
    Posted Nov 19, 2014, 12:19 PM by Tiberius Brastaviceanu
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