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Content material: bankruptcy 1: advent; part: Theoretical and numerical descriptions of synthetic Cilia; bankruptcy 2: Numerical modeling for man made cilia; bankruptcy three: Computational layout of magnetic man made cilia; bankruptcy four: Modeling the interplay of lively cilia with species in resolution: from chemical reagents to microscopic debris; bankruptcy five: Electrostatic man made cilia; bankruptcy 6: Ferromagnetic cilia; bankruptcy 7: gentle actuated synthetic cilia in keeping with liquid crystal networks; bankruptcy eight: Hydrogel-Actuated built-in Responsive platforms (HAIRS): developing Cilia-like 'Hairy' Surfaces; bankruptcy nine: Microwalkers - Charles Singh and Alfredo Alexander-Katz; bankruptcy 10: synthetic flagellar microswimmers; part: the possibility of man made cilia: experimental proof; bankruptcy eleven: Fluid manipulation by way of synthetic cilia; bankruptcy 12: dimension of Fluid circulate Generated via man made Cilia

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These so-called hydrodynamic interactions are long-ranged. Since the Stokes equations are linear in the flow field, the velocities vi of the beads are proportional to the forces Fj and the beads obey the following equations of motion,52 X vi ¼ lij F j : ð2:2Þ j In general, the mobilities lij depend on all the coordinates ri of the beads. A good approximation is to include in the cross-mobilities (iaj) only two-body interactions and to take for the self-mobilities (i ¼ j) in the unbounded fluid the Stokes mobility 1=ð6pZaÞ, where a is the bead radius.

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