Suter et al Mechanics and energetics of excavation by

Suter et al Mechanics and energetics of excavation by

Towards unraveling the moisture-induced shape memory

Nov 26, 2021 · Zhang, C., Chen, M., Keten, S. et al. Towards unraveling the moisture-induced shape memory effect of wood: the role of interface mechanics revealed by upscaling atomistic to composite modeling.

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(PDF) Mechanics and Energetics of Excavation by Burrowing

Mechanic s and energetics of excavation b y burrowing wol f spiders, Geolycos a spp. . Journal of I nsect Science 11:2 2 available onlin e: insectscience.o rg/11.22

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(PDF) Walking on water: Biolocomotion at the interface

Suter et al. (1997) and Suter (1999) performed an experimental study of the locomotion of the fisher spider ( Dolomedes triton ). Severed spider legs were emplaced

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Mechanics and Energetics of Excavation by Burrowing Wolf

Feb 24, 2011 · Reduced prey availability (Santana et al. 1990, using data from Humphreys 1975) Reduced detectability by potential mates (Miller and Miller 1986) In this study, the energetic costs of burrow construction were studied and the techniques used by Geolycosa during excavation were elucidated. The techniques and costs are closely linked not only in

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Mapping heterogeneity of cellular mechanics by multi

Sep 14, 2018 · Sliogeryte, K. et al. Differential effects of LifeAct-GFP and actin-GFP on cell mechanics assessed using micropipette aspiration. J. Biomech. 49, 310–317 (2016).

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THE FIVE-HUNDRED-METER APERTURE SPHERICAL RADIO …

Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) is a Chinese mega-science project to build the largest single dish radio telescope in the world. Its innovative engineering concept and

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Energetics and mechanics of human running on surfaces of

Energetics and mechanics of human running on surfaces of different stiffnesses J Appl Physiol (1985). 2002 Feb;92(2):469-78. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.01164.2000. Authors Amy E Kerdok 1, Andrew A Biewener, Thomas A McMahon, Peter G Weyand, Hugh M Herr. Affiliation 1 Harvard

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The Drive to Life on Wet and Icy Worlds - Europe PMC

Apr 01, 2014 · In the absence of fully fledged plate tectonics in the Hadean (Johnson et al., 2013; Griffin et al., 2014), mantle plumes would have done the same job, though less efficiently (Fig. 1) (Bédard, 2006). The latter process would bring fresh mantle-derived material or mantle itself to the surface of this and other hot, wet, rocky worlds.

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Interface MD Theory

Heinz, Emami, et al. Langmuir Feature 2013, 29, 1754. • A fundamental difference in atomic charges q i in quantum mechanics versus those in force fields is recognized by IFF q i are poorly defined in quantum mechanics (±) q i are well defined in force fields (approx. ±5%) Heinz, Suter J. Phys. Chem. B 2004, 108, 17281.

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Convergence of undulatory swimming kinematics across a

Dec 07, 2021 · Swimming ability has contributed to the evolutionary success of fishes, and its mechanics have been studied extensively. Most fishes swim primarily through undulation of their body and caudal fin (BCF) and have been historically divided into four major kinematic modes based on their morphology. Here, we compare kinematics of BCF locomotion in 44 species. …

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Energetics and mechanics of terrestrial locomotion. III

This is the third in a series of four papers examining the link between the energetics and mechanics of terrestrial locomotion. It reports measurements of the mechanical work required (ECM, tot) to lift and reaccelerate an animal's centre of mass within each step as a function of speed and body size during level, constant average speed locomotion.

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Journal of Fluid Mechanics | Cambridge Core

Journal of Fluid Mechanics - Professor M. G. Worster. Journal of Fluid Mechanics is the leading international journal in the field and is essential reading for all those concerned with developments in fluid mechanics. It publishes authoritative articles covering theoretical, computational and experimental investigations of all aspects of the mechanics of fluids.

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The Foot's Arch and the Energetics of Human Locomotion

Jan 19, 2016 · As expected, these values are lower than Ker et al.'s 5 estimate of 17% due to our slower running speed (2.7 m s −1 compared to Ker et al.'s 4.5 m s …

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We use this toolbox to study both physiological and pathological regulation of cell identity with embryonic stem cells and cancer cells as our main model systems. Prospective Post-doctoral researchers, PhD and Master students are encouraged to apply by directly writing do [email protected]

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Quantum mechanics–free subsystem with mechanical oscillators

May 07, 2021 · Kotler et al. and Mercier de Lépinay et al. demonstrate the ability to extend quantum entanglement to massive macroscopic systems (see the Perspective by Lau and Clerk). Entanglement of two mechanical oscillators on such a large length and mass scale is expected to find widespread use in both applications and fundamental physics to probe the

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Mechanics and energetics of excavation by burrowing wolf

Jan 01, 2011 · In this study, the energetic costs of burrow construction were studied and the techniques used by Geolycosa during excavation were elucidated. The techniques and costs are closely linked not only in the physiology of the spiders, but also in the methods of analysis - the loosening of soil from the walls of the growing burrow, the transport of the packets (boluses) …

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Laboratory of Materials for Renewable Energy ‐ EPFL

30. September 2021 Public PhD defence Mo LI, EPFL Valais/Wallis. 16:00 – 17:00 I17 4 K2 (Zeuzier room in 4th floor) EPFL Valais/Wallis ZOOM. Dr. Mo LI. "Carbon dioxide activation and hydrogenation over copper-based catalysts studied by near-ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy". Laboratory of Materials for Renewable Energy

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Mechanics, hydrodynamics and energetics of blue whale

Balaenopterids feed in bulk by intermittently engulfing large volumes of water that contain dense aggregations of plankton or nekton. This lunge feeding behavior occurs anywhere prey is particularly dense and abundant, from the sea surface (Friedlaender et al., 2009) to more than 500 m in depth (Panigada et al., 1999).During a single lunge, rorquals accelerate to high speed …

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At the top of your Opera window, near the web address, you should see a gray location pin.Click it. In the window that pops up, click Clear This Setting; You're good to go! Reload this Yelp page and try your search again.

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