Special Issue "Fluid Dynamic Interactions in Biological and Bioinspired Propulsion"
A special issue of Biomimetics (ISSN 2313-7673).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 December 2018
Prof. George V. Lauder
Research into biological and bioinspired propulsion has had substantial growth over the past three decades. However, most of the research has focused on the performance and flow physics of isolated swimmers or propulsors. Now, investigators are turning their attention to understanding the interactions between multiple swimmers in a collective, or between a swimmer and a boundary, or even between multiple propulsors on the same animal. In this Special Issue we want to highlight research that is tackling the challenging subject of interactions in biological and bioinspired propulsion.
Dr. Keith W. Moored
Prof. George V. Lauder
Manuscript Submission Information
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- schooling or collective interactions
- ground, free surface, or boundary interaction
- body–fin, fin–fin or multiple propulsor interactions