Simulating squirmers with volumetric solvers

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Sánchez, Stevens Paz; Buscaglia, Gustavo C.;
(2019)
  • Subject: Physics - Fluid Dynamics | Mathematics - Numerical Analysis
    arxiv: Physics::Biological Physics

Squirmers are models of a class of microswimmers, such as ciliated organisms and phoretic particles, that self-propel in fluids without significant deformation of their body shape. Available techniques for their simulation are based on the boundary-element method and do... View more
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