PyStokes: phoresis and Stokesian hydrodynamics in Python. PyStokes is a numerical library for phoresis and Stokesian hydrodynamics in Python. It uses a grid-free method, combining the integral representation of Laplace and Stokes equations, spectral expansion, and Galerkin discretization, to compute phoretic and hydrodynamic interactions between spheres with slip boundary conditions on their surfaces. The library also computes suspension scale quantities, such as rheological response, energy dissipation and fluid flow. The computational cost is quadratic in the number of particles and upto 1e5 particles have been accommodated on multicore computers. The library has been used to model suspensions of microorganisms, synthetic autophoretic particles and self-propelling droplets.
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- Rojas-Pérez, Francisco; Delmotte, Blaise; Michelin, Sébastien: Hydrochemical interactions of phoretic particles: a regularized multipole framework (2021)
- Rajesh Singh; Ronojoy Adhikari: PyStokes: phoresis and Stokesian hydrodynamics in Python (2020) not zbMATH
- Singh, Rajesh; Ghose, Somdeb; Adhikari, R.: Many-body microhydrodynamics of colloidal particles with active boundary layers (2015)