Claeys, Ivan L. and Brady, John F. (1993) Suspensions of prolate spheroids in Stokes flow. Part 2. Statistically homogeneous dispersions. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 251 . pp. 443-477. ISSN 0022-1120 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:CLAjfm93b
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The simulation method for prolate spheroids in Stokes flow introduced in a companion paper (Claeys & Brady 1993a) is extended to handle statistically homogeneous unbounded dispersions. The convergence difficulties associated with the slow decay of velocity disturbances at zero Reynolds number are overcome by applying O';Brien's renormalization procedure. The Ewald summation technique is employed to accelerate the evaluation of all mobility interactions. As a first application of this new method, the hydrodynamic transport properties of equilibrium hard-ellipsoid structures are calculated for aspect ratios ranging from 3 to 50. Calculated viscosities in the isotropic phase agree reasonably well with published experimental measurements.
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