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Emergent vortices in populations of colloidal rollers
A Bricard, JB Caussin, D Das, C Savoie, V Chikkadi, K Shitara, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 7470, 2015
2762015
A nonlinear small-deformation theory for transient droplet electrohydrodynamics
D Das, D Saintillan
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 810, 225-253, 2017
782017
Electrohydrodynamic interaction of spherical particles under Quincke rotation
D Das, D Saintillan
Physical Review E—Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics 87 (4 …, 2013
752013
Electrohydrodynamics of viscous drops in strong electric fields: numerical simulations
D Das, D Saintillan
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 829, 127-152, 2017
642017
Swimming of peritrichous bacteria is enabled by an elastohydrodynamic instability
EE Riley, D Das, E Lauga
Scientific reports 8 (1), 10728, 2018
472018
Self-organization of swimmers drives long-range fluid transport in bacterial colonies
H Xu, J Dauparas, D Das, E Lauga, Y Wu
Nature communications 10 (1), 1792, 2019
412019
Active particles powered by Quincke rotation in a bulk fluid
D Das, E Lauga
Physical review letters 122 (19), 194503, 2019
302019
Computing the motor torque of Escherichia coli
D Das, E Lauga
Soft matter 14 (29), 5955-5967, 2018
282018
Transition to bound states for bacteria swimming near surfaces
D Das, E Lauga
Physical Review E 100 (4), 043117, 2019
182019
A three-dimensional small-deformation theory for electrohydrodynamics of dielectric drops
D Das, D Saintillan
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 914, A22, 2021
142021
Cilia density and flow velocity affect alignment of motile cilia from brain cells
N Pellicciotta, D Das, J Kotar, M Faucourt, N Spassky, E Lauga, P Cicuta
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (24), jeb229310, 2020
122020
Helical micropumps near surfaces
J Dauparas, D Das, E Lauga
Biomicrofluidics 12 (1), 2018
122018
Influence of surface viscosities on the electrodeformation of a prolate viscous drop
H Nganguia, D Das, OS Pak, YN Young
Soft Matter 19 (4), 776-789, 2023
42023
On the absence of collective motion in a bulk suspension of spontaneously rotating dielectric particles
D Das, D Saintillan
Soft Matter 19 (35), 6825-6837, 2023
12023
Electrohydrodynamic interactions of colloidal particles undergoing quincke rotation
D Das
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2012
12012
Flow field disturbance due to point viscosity variations in a heterogeneous fluid
D Das
Physical Review Fluids 8 (5), L051301, 2023
2023
Electrohydrodynamics of Particles and Drops in Strong Electric Fields
D Das
University of California, San Diego, 2016
2016
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