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Adapting the Teubner reciprocal relations for stokeslet objects

@article{Witten2019AdaptingTT,
  title={Adapting the Teubner reciprocal relations for stokeslet objects},
  author={Thomas A. Witten and Aaron J. Mowitz},
  journal={arXiv: Soft Condensed Matter},
  year={2019}
}
Self-propelled colloidal swimmers move by pushing the adjacent fluid backwards. The resulting motion of an asymmetric body depends on the profile of pushing velocity over its surface. We describe a method of predicting the motion arising from arbitrary velocity profiles over a given body shape, using a discrete-source "stokeslet" representation. The net velocity and angular velocity is a sum of contributions from each point on the surface. The contributions from a given point depend only on the… 
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