Control of Underactuated Fluid-Body Systems with Real-Time Particle Image Velocimetry

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Controlling the interaction of a robot with a fluid, particularly when the desired behavior is intimately related to the dynamics of the fluid, is a difficult and important problem. Highperformance aircraft cannot ignore nonlinear stall effects, and robots hoping to fly and swim with performance matching that seen in birds and fish cannot treat fluid flows… (More)

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@inproceedings{Roberts2012ControlOU, title={Control of Underactuated Fluid-Body Systems with Real-Time Particle Image Velocimetry}, author={John W. Roberts and David E. Hardt}, year={2012} }