Evolution of an initially isotropic sperm suspension in the absence of hydrodynamics interactions from From flagellar undulations to collective motion: predicting the dynamics of sperm suspensions

2018-03-07T09:02:02Z (GMT) by Simon F. Schoeller Eric E. Keaveny
The simulation of 1000 swimmers with stochastically-varying undulation frequencies starting from an initially isotropic configuration and using a drag-based, resistive force theory. The domain size is 13.29 swimmer lengths and the effective area fraction is 1.42. There is only one frame per period to observe suspension evolution. An image from this simulation is shown in Fig. 3B of the main text.