## 4 Citations

### Axisymmetric spheroidal squirmers and self-diffusiophoretic particles

- PhysicsJournal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal
- 2019

The results are straightforwardly extended to the self-phoresis of axisymmetric, spheroidal, chemically active particles in the case when the phoretic slip approximation holds.

### Optimal transport of surface-actuated microswimmers

- EngineeringPhysics of Fluids
- 2022

We analyze the transport behavior of surface-actuated spheroidal microswimmers that locomote steadily with or without a spatiotemporally uniform external forcing. The surface actuation is in the form…

### Enhanced velocity fluctuations in interacting swimmer suspensions

- Physics, Environmental ScienceJournal of Fluid Mechanics
- 2020

Abstract This paper characterizes the nature of velocity fluctuations in swimmer suspensions by determining the fluid velocity variance and the diffusivity of immersed passive tracers in dilute…

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