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Old   July 31, 2009, 10:29
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Hi everybody!

I am a newbie and sorry if i have posted in wrong place.

I want to simulate the motion of a bacteria(e coli-which swims by rotating its helical flagella) in a fluid with low reynold number environment. By making this i want to study some of its charecteristics.

Which software I can make use, who can help me?

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