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That's actually neat to think of having a programming language in that way. I also have another question, what happens if the fluid type used is ionised, viscous, volatile,etc? Can that change the way the circuit works?
Thanks, this sparks my interest in fliud mechanics and it might be useful in my future for my thesis in aerospace engineering. I can picture this being used in fuel efficiency systems or back up system in case the electronics in the plane fails.
I see. So what really affects the programmability of micro fluidics?
Awesome project! But I always wonder, is it possible to have a programming language in fluidics? If so, how would it look like?
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