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Bending rules for animal propulsion
KN Lucas, N Johnson, WT Beaulieu, E Cathcart, G Tirrell, SP Colin, ...
Nature communications 5, 3293, 2014
1432014
Effects of non-uniform stiffness on the swimming performance of a passively-flexing, fish-like foil model.
KN Lucas, PJ Thornycroft, BJ Gemmell, SP Colin, JH Costello, GV Lauder
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 10 (5), 056019, 2015
1092015
The hydrodynamics of jellyfish swimming
JH Costello, SP Colin, JO Dabiri, BJ Gemmell, KN Lucas, KR Sutherland
Annual Review of Marine Science 13, 375-396, 2021
832021
Airfoil-like mechanics generate thrust on the anterior body of swimming fishes
KN Lucas, GV Lauder, ED Tytell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (19), 10585-10592, 2020
542020
A pressure-based force and torque prediction technique for the study of fish-like swimming
KN Lucas, JO Dabiri, GV Lauder
PloS one 12 (12), e0189225, 2017
442017
Performance variation due to stiffness in a tuna-inspired flexible foil model
MLN Rosic, PJM Thornycroft, KL Feilich, KN Lucas, GV Lauder
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 12 (1), 016011, 2017
272017
Resilience in moving water: Effects of turbulence on the predatory impact of the lobate ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi
C Jaspers, JH Costello, KR Sutherland, B Gemmell, KN Lucas, J Tackett, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (1), 445-458, 2018
172018
Jellyfish and Fish Solve the Challenges of Turning Dynamics Similarly to Achieve High Maneuverability
JO Dabiri, SP Colin, BJ Gemmell, KN Lucas, MC Leftwich, JH Costello
Fluids 5 (3), 106, 2020
162020
Flexibility is a hidden axis of biomechanical diversity in fishes
YE Jimenez, KN Lucas, JH Long Jr, ED Tytell
Journal of Experimental Biology 226 (Suppl_1), jeb245308, 2023
72023
Primitive and modern swimmers solve the challenges of turning similarly to achieve high maneuverability
JO Dabiri, S Colin, B Gemmell, K Lucas, M Leftwich, JH Costello
bioRxiv, 706762, 2019
52019
Fluid interactions that enable stealth predation by the upstream-foraging hydromedusa Craspedacusta sowerbyi
K Lucas, SP Colin, JH Costello, K Katija, E Klos
The Biological Bulletin 225 (1), 60-70, 2013
52013
The fish body functions as an airfoil: surface pressures generate thrust during carangiform locomotion
KN Lucas, GV Lauder, ED Tytell
bioRxiv, 2020.02. 20.958389, 2020
22020
Application of PIV-based pressure measurements to the study of aquatic propulsion
K Lucas, J Dabiri, G Lauder
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, R38. 001, 2015
12015
ECR Spotlight-Yordano Jimenez and Kelsey Lucas
Y Jimenez, K Lucas
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY 226, 2023
2023
BiteScis: Teacher-Researcher Partnerships to Develop Engaging Research-Based Lessons
KN Lucas, S Keep, S Morey
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E368-E368, 2020
2020
Revisiting Dubois: the roles of positive and negative pressure in force production during fish swimming
KN Lucas, G Lauder, ED Tytell
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E145-E145, 2020
2020
Primitive and modern swimmers solve the challenges of turning similarly to achieve high maneuverability
J Costello, J Dabiri, S Colin, B Gemmell, K Lucas, M Leftwich
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Low and High Pressure Both Contribute to Force Production in Body-Caudal Fin Locomotion in Fishes
KN Lucas, G Lauder, ED Tytell
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E142-E142, 2019
2019
Physical mechanisms of force production for swimming in fishes
KN Lucas
Harvard University, 2019
2019
The relationship between torque and body shape of maneuvering swimmers
M Leftwich, J Dabiri, S Colin, B Gemmell, K Lucas, J Costello
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 63, 2018
2018
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