Gabriel Gerlero

Gabriel Gerlero
National Scientific and Technical Research Council | conicet · Centro de Investigación de Métodos Computacionales

Information Systems Engineer

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The integration of smartphones and microfluidics is nowadays the best possible route to achieve effective point-of-need testing (PONT), a concept increasingly demanded in the fields of human health, agriculture, food safety, and environmental monitoring. Nevertheless, efforts are still required to integrally seize all the advantages of smartphones,...
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The first releases of porousMultiphaseFoam proposed an open-source software suite to solve the equations for multiphase flow (generalized Darcy’s law) in porous media or groundwater flows (Richards' equation) by taking advantage of OpenFOAM, a finite volume platform with automatic discretization on three-dimensional unstructured grids and good para...
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Paper-based microfluidics has grown continuously over the last few years. One of the most important characteristics of paper-based microfluidic devices is the ability to pump fluids with the single action of capillary forces. However, fluid flow control in paper-based microfluidic devices has been studied primarily through empirical approaches; and...
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Paper-based electromigrative separations have recently gained relevance due to the rise of paper-based microfluidic devices and their combination with electrophoretic methods, used for many different analytical applications [1]. A new version of the open source toolbox electroMicroTransport for the numerical solution of electromigrative separations...
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A new tool for the solution of electromigrative separations in paper‐based microfluidics devices is presented. The implementation is based on a recently published complete mathematical model for describing these kind of separations and was developed on top of the open source toolbox electroMicroTransport, based on OpenFOAM®, inheriting all its feat...
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We discuss several possible phenomena in electrophoretic systems with complexing agents present in the background electrolyte. In our previous work, we extended the linear theory of electromigration with the first-order nonlinear term, which originally applied to acid-base equilibria only, by generalizing it to any fast chemical equilibria. This ex...
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The linear theory of electromigration, including the first‐order nonlinear approximation, is generalized to systems with any equilibria fast enough to be considered instantaneous in comparison with the time‐scale of peak movement. For example, this theory is practically applied in the electrokinetic chromatography (EKC) mode of the capillary zone e...

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Run OpenFOAM on Intel and Apple silicon Macs, natively or through Docker.