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To swim like a tuna, robotic fish need to change how stiff their tails are in real time

By Daniel Quinn, Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Virginia
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Researchers used an old theory on vibrating plane wings to study how fish swim so well. They were able to double the swimming efficiency of their robotic fish over a range of speeds.


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