Towards the Body Shape Design of a Hydrodynamically Stable Robotic Boxfish

@article{Kodati2006TowardsTB,
  title={Towards the Body Shape Design of a Hydrodynamically Stable Robotic Boxfish},
  author={Parasar Kodati and Xinyan Deng},
  journal={2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2006},
  pages={5412-5417}
}
Ostraciiform fish such as the boxfish are known for their ability to swim smoothly through turbulent waters of coral reefs and their excellent maneuverability. These characteristics are desirable in an micro underwater vehicle. Biologists have recently found that the boxfish's body shape generates self-correcting trimming forces by shedding counter rotating vortices to compensate for the instabilities in turbulent water. The purpose of this work is to study the effect of body shape on self… CONTINUE READING

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