Childress, Stephen. (Eds.) () Natural locomotion in fluids and on surfaces :swimming, flying, and slidingMLA Citation
Childress, Stephen., eds. Natural Locomotion In Fluids And On Surfaces: Swimming, Flying, And Sliding. : . Print.
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Natural locomotion in fluids and on surfaces : swimming, flying, and sliding /
Stephen Childress [and others], editors.
|Published:||New York, NY : Springer, ©2012.|
IMA volumes in mathematics and its applications ; v. 155.
|Topics:||Locomotion - Mathematical models - Congresses. | Fluid mechanics - Congresses. | Biological Phenomena. | Biomechanical Phenomena. | Locomotion. | Motor Activity. | Models, Theoretical. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Anthropology - Physical.|
|Genres:||Electronic books. | Congress. | Conference papers and proceedings.|
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|Physical Description:||1 online resource.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references.
|ISBN:||9781461439974 (electronic bk.)
1461439973 (electronic bk.)
|Summary:||This volume developed from a Workshop on Natural Locomotion in Fluids and on Surfaces: Swimming, Flying, and Sliding which was held at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) at the University of Minnesota, from June 1-5, 2010.¡ The subject matter ranged widely from observational data to theoretical mechanics, and reflected the broad scope of the workshop.¡ In both the prepared presentations and in the informal discussions, the workshop engaged exchanges across disciplines and invited a lively interaction between modelers and observers. ¡ The articles in this volume were invited and fully refereed. They provide a representative if necessarily incomplete account of the field of natural locomotion during a period of rapid growth and expansion.¡ The papers presented at the workshop, and the contributions to the present volume, can be roughly divided into those pertaining to swimming on the scale of marine organisms, swimming of microorganisms at low Reynolds numbers, animal flight, and sliding and other related examples of locomotion.