Data from: How body torque and Strouhal number change with swimming speed and developmental stage in larval zebrafish

Johan L. Van Leeuwen, Cees J. Voesenek & Ulrike K. Muller
Small undulatory swimmers such as larval zebrafish experience both inertial and viscous forces, the relative importance of which is indicated by the Reynolds number (Re). Re is proportional to swimming speed (vswim) and body length; faster swimming reduces the relative effect of viscous forces. Compared with adults, larval fish experience relatively high (mainly viscous) drag during cyclic swimming. To enhance thrust to an equally high level, they must employ a high product of tail-beat frequency...
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