Ankush Sengupta

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Janus colloids propelled by light, e.g., thermophoretic particles, offer promising prospects as artificial microswimmers. However, their swimming behavior and its dependence on fluid properties and fluid-colloid interactions remain poorly understood. Here, we investigate the behavior of a thermophoretic Janus colloid in its own temperature gradient using(More)
We study the relative error in conductance calculations, for simulated flow of a single component single phase fluid through a capillary in three dimensions, by the Lattice Boltzmann (LB) method with bounce-back boundary conditions. The relative error with respect to analytical results for capillary cross-sections of circular, triangular and square shapes(More)
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