Input data for estimating dimensionless number (Reynolds, Swimming and Strouhal number) of swimming penguin

Mahadi Masud, Marco La Mantia & Peter Dabnichki
Propulsion performance of swimming and flying animals is often evaluated by using dimensionless numbers, such as the Strouhal and Reynolds numbers. They have been shown to allow better understanding of locomotion efficiency, using relatively simple approaches and avoiding overly complex computational models. Specifically, it has been reported that efficient propulsion is more likely to occur when Strouhal number values – estimated from propulsive frequencies and amplitudes – are within a relatively narrow range, depending on...
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