Grigorios Dimitriadis

Norizham Abdul Razak1
Jonathan R. Codd1
Edouard Verstraelen1
1Norizham Abdul Razak
1Jonathan R. Codd
1Edouard Verstraelen
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Wind tunnel tests conducted on a model based on the long-eared bat Plecotus auritus indicated that the positioning of the tail membrane (uropatagium) can significantly influence flight control. Adjusting tail position by increasing the angle of the legs ventrally relative to the body has a two-fold effect; increasing leg-induced wing camber (i.e., locally(More)
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