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Title: Spatial heat distribution of inkjet printed heaters in comparison to planar milled circuit board heaters for biosensing applications
Authors: Carolus, Jorne 
Vandenryt, Thijs 
Vandevenne, Glen 
Deferme, Wim 
Thoelen, Ronald 
Daenen, Michaël 
Issue Date: 2016
Source: EnFi 2016 - 9th Meeting "Engineering of Functional Interfaces", Wildau - Germany, 3-5/07/2016
Abstract: The heat transfer method can be used in biosensing applications to detect analytes. Until now, the heater module always consisted of a heating element and copper heat-spreader. In order to improve the sensitivity of the sensors, a planar heating- and sensing element is proposed. Milling of circuit boards is an established method for creating planar heaters. An alternative has recently emerged in the form of inkjet printing. In this work, a comparison of the heat distribution is made between milled circuit board heaters on a fibreglass substrate and inkjet printed heaters on a flexible PET substrate.
Keywords: thermography; inkjet printing; biosensors
Document URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/23464
Category: C2
Type: Conference Material
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