ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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A numerical study of chemotaxis in 3D turbulence is presented here. Direct Numerical Simulation were used to calculate the nutrient uptake for both motile and non-motile bacterial species and by applying the dynamical systems theory the effect of flow topology on the variability of chemotaxis is analyzed. It is done by injecting a highly localized patch of nutrient in the turbulent flow, and analyzing the evolution of reaction associated with the observed high and low stretching regions. The Gaussian nutrient patch is released at different locations and the corresponding nutrient uptake is obtained. The variable stretching characteristics of the flow ...
- George, Jino, Tang, Wenbo, Peet, Yulia, et al.
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