This data set comprises of five compressed files containing text data for experimental and numerical data relating to this Royal Society project. These data shows the observations of the self-propelled aquatic animals on their propulsion efficiency and maneuvering capabilities. The response of the swimmer by integrating its activated body muscle force, elastic body deformation and fully coupled interaction between swimmer body and ambient fluid has measured in these data sets.
|Date made available||10 Mar 2017|
|Publisher||University of Strathclyde|
|Date of data production||30 Mar 2013 - 21 May 2015|
Xiao, Q. (Creator) (10 Mar 2017). A study of bio-fluid dynamics for fish swimming including muscle contraction and flexion effect. University of Strathclyde. 8_month_old_set(.zip), w_w_both_are_wild_type_dob_7_3_14_10lux_low_light_30(a.zip), w_w_both_wt_dob14_5_14_around_1000lux_42(A.zip), w_w_both_are_wild_type_dob_7_3_14_150lux_32(9.zip), w_w_both_rpgrip1_dob30_5_14_low_light_10_lux_30(A.zip). 10.15129/f6a9c5a2-c029-461e-9d7a-0e59fe39837a