Electrodynamics of dipolar beads in an electrophoretic spherical cavity
This paper describes an algorithm used to simulate transient behavior of a dipolar bead in an electrophoretic spherical cavity. The model includes consideration of form drag and viscous damping, both corrected for wall effects, and a particle simulation model of the bipolar ions in the cavity. Field solution uses the boundary integral equation method. Several levels of approximation are implemented to expedite the overall computation. A consistent set of results is presented to describe the accuracy of the simulation.
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Lean, M. ; Voelkel, A. R. Electrodynamics of dipolar beads in an electrophoretic spherical cavity. 2005 IEEE/ACES International Conference; 2005 April 3-7; Honolulu; HI; USA.
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