Jonathan McColgan

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Biomimetic Autonomous Underwater Vehicles are Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) that employ similar propulsion and steering mechanisms as real fish which result in improvements in propulsive efficiency at low speed. However, as with all AUVs the range and endurance of these biologically inspired vehicles are severally limited by the on board power(More)
Biomimetic Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (BAUVs) are Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) that employ similar propulsion and steering principles as real fish. While the real life applicability of these vehicles has yet to be fully investigated, laboratory investigations have demonstrated that at low speeds, the propulsive mechanism of these vehicles is(More)
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