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Data from: Uncovering changes in spider orb-web topology due to aerodynamic effects
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关键词:
orb web;aerodynamic drag;impact;wind
摘要:
. The hypothesis considered by previous authors for the evaluation of the drag force per unit length of thread has been revisited according to well-established
Data from: Hydrodynamic drag constrains head enlargement for mouthbrooding in cichlids
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关键词:
swimming;Oreochromis niloticus;streamlining;head shape;Fish;Cichlidae;drag reduction;Teleostei;sexual dimorphism
摘要:
eof on drag force during locomotion was analyzed for the Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), a maternal mouthbrooder. To do so, three-dimensional body surface
Data from: From the track to the ocean: using flow control to improve marine bio-logging tags for cetaceans
负责人:
Shorter, K. Alex
关键词:
hydrodynamic design Venturi channel wing force reduction CFD PIV drag force lift force
摘要:
l lift force and generated up to ~30 N of downward force in simulated 6 m/s aligned flow. The simulations were validated using particle imag
Data from: Clap-and-fling mechanism in a hovering insect-like two-winged flapping-wing micro air vehicle
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关键词:
Clap-and-fling;rhinoceros beetle;Two-winged flapping-wing MAV;Two-winged flapping-wing MAV;insect flight;biomimetics
摘要:
with the force without the clap-and-fling effect. In the CFD simulation, the clap and flings enhanced the vertical force by 11.5% and horizontal drag force by 18
Data from: Smart wing rotation and trailing-edge vortices enable high frequency mosquito flight
负责人:
Bomphrey, Richard
关键词:
mosquito aerodynamics flapping wing trailing-edge vortex rotational drag leading-edge vortex
摘要:
reversal, and rotational drag. The two new elements are largely independent of the wing velocity, instead relying on rapid changes in the pitch angle (wing
Data from: Birds land reliably on complex surfaces by adapting their foot-surface interactions upon contact
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关键词:
grasping;landing;perching;bird;complex surfaces
摘要:
with probabilistic friction from their claws, which they drag to find surface asperities—dragging further when they can squeeze less. Remarkably, parrotlet claws

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