Finding an operating region for a bio-inspired robotic fish underwater vehicle in the Lighthill framework

@article{Chowdhury2013FindingAO,
  title={Finding an operating region for a bio-inspired robotic fish underwater vehicle in the Lighthill framework},
  author={Abhra Roy Chowdhury and Bhuneshwar Prasad and Vinoth Vishwanathan and Ranjitha Kumar and Sanjib Kumar Panda},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO)},
  year={2013},
  pages={854-860}
}
Sir J. Lighthill mathematical slender body swimming model formulates the biological fish propulsion mechanism (undulation) in fluid environment. The present research has focused on the relevance of Lighthill (LH) based biomimetic robotic propulsion. A 2-joint, 3-link multibody vehicle model biologically inspired by a Body Caudal Fin (BCF) carangiform fish propulsion mechanism is designed. Different mathematical propulsive waveforms are proposed in LH frame-work to generate posterior body… CONTINUE READING

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