Johanna Andersson

Gästforskare at Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Applied Chemistry, Anette Larsson Group

Johanna is doing her PhD studies in collaboration with the SuMo Biomaterials competence centre. She focusses on mass transport in porous biomaterials, which includes the design of pores in its size and surface properties. With the attention on capillary action she develops a model system to study microscopic flow in different channels to be able to tailor mass transport in porous biomaterials. Applications can be diapers, mortar, paint or wound care.Keywords: Mass-transport, capillary action, capillary flow, biomaterials


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Stick–slip motion and controlled filling speed by the geometric design of soft micro-channels

Johanna Andersson, Anette Larsson, Anna Ström
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. Vol. 524, p. 139-147
Journal article

Dynamics of capillary transport in semi-solid channels

Johanna Andersson, Anna Ström, Tobias Gebäck et al
Soft Matter. Vol. 13 (14), p. 2562-2570
Journal article

Microstructural, mechanical and mass transport properties of isotropic and capillary alginate gels

Erich Schuster, Johanna Eckardt, Anne-Marie Hermansson et al
Soft Matter. Vol. 10 (2), p. 357-366
Journal article

Comparison of the consumers expected and actual perception of food investigated by napping: a case study with béarnaise sauce

Johanna Eckardt, Anna Holmer, Karin Wendin et al
ESN at the 10th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium, 11-15th August, 2013 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Conference contribution

Long-term frozen storage of wheat bread and dough - Effect of time, temperature and fibre on sensory quality, microstructure and state of water

Johanna Eckardt, C. Ohgren, A. Alp et al
Journal of Cereal Science. Vol. 57 (1), p. 125-133
Journal article

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