Christian L. Morrison

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The ability of coral reefs to engineer complex three-dimensional habitats is central to their success and the rich biodiversity they support. In tropical reefs, encrusting coralline algae bind together substrates and dead coral framework to make continuous reef structures, but beyond the photic zone, the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa also forms large(More)
This paper presents preliminary results of an experimental investigation of the aerodynamics of rigid and flexible flapping wings with bio-inspired kinematics. We consider rigid and isotropic flexible wings undergoing two degrees of freedom periodic motions of the flapping angle and the pitch angle. The wing models are thin flat plates with Zimmerman(More)
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