Undulatory Locomotion of Magnetic Multilink Nanoswimmers.

@article{Jang2015UndulatoryLO,
  title={Undulatory Locomotion of Magnetic Multilink Nanoswimmers.},
  author={Bumjin Jang and Emiliya Gutman and Nicolai Stucki and Benedikt F. Seitz and Pedro D Wendel-Garc{\'i}a and Taylor Newton and Juho Pokki and Olgaç Ergeneman and Salvador Pan{\'e} and Yizhar Or and Bradley J. Nelson},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 7},
  pages={
          4829-33
        }
}
Micro- and nanorobots operating in low Reynolds number fluid environments require specialized swimming strategies for efficient locomotion. Prior research has focused on designs mimicking the rotary corkscrew motion of bacterial flagella or the planar beating motion of eukaryotic flagella. These biologically inspired designs are typically of uniform construction along their flagellar axis. This work demonstrates for the first time planar undulations of composite multilink nanowire-based chains… CONTINUE READING
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