Biomechanical modelling [Mechanical engineering]

Biomechanical modelling

Physical modelling in biomechanics

  • Adams DS, Keller R, Koehl MA. The mechanics of notochord elongation, straightening and stiffening in the embryo of Xenopus laevis. Development. 1990 Sep;110(1):115–130.
  • Dickinson MH, Lehmann FO, Sane SP. Wing rotation and the aerodynamic basis of insect flight. Science. 1999 Jun 18;284(5422):1954–1960.
  • Goldman JA, Koehl MA. Fluid dynamic design of lobster olfactory organs: high speed kinematic analysis of antennule flicking by Panulirus argus. Chem Senses. 2001 May;26(4):385–398.
  • Hallberg E, Johansson KU, Elofsson R. The aesthetasc concept: structural variations of putative olfactory receptor cell complexes in Crustacea. Microsc Res Tech. 1992 Sep 1;22(4):325–335.
  • Koehl MA. Fluid flow through hair-bearing appendages: feeding, smelling and swimming at low and intermediate Reynolds numbers. Symp Soc Exp Biol. 1995;49:157–182.
  • Koehl MA. Ecological biomechanics of benthic organisms: life history, mechanical design and temporal patterns of mechanical stress. J Exp Biol. 1999 Dec;202(Pt 23):3469–3476.
  • Koehl MA, Koseff JR, Crimaldi JP, McCay MG, Cooper T, Wiley MB, Moore PA. Lobster sniffing: antennule design and hydrodynamic filtering of information in an odor plume. Science. 2001 Nov 30;294(5548):1948–1951.
  • Loudon C, Best B, Koehl M. WHEN DOES MOTION RELATIVE TO NEIGHBORING SURFACES ALTER THE FLOW THROUGH ARRAYS OF HAIRS? J Exp Biol. 1994 Aug;193(1):233–254.
  • Mead Kristina S. Using lobster noses to inspire robot sensor design. Trends Biotechnol. 2002 Jul;20(7):276–277.
  • Mead KS, Koehl MA. Stomatopod antennule design: the asymmetry, sampling efficiency and ontogeny of olfactory flicking. J Exp Biol. 2000 Dec;203(Pt 24):3795–3808.
  • Stacey Mark T, Mead Kristina S, Koehl Mimi A R. Molecule capture by olfactory antennules: mantis shrimp. J Math Biol. 2002 Jan;44(1):1–30.
  • Weissburg MJ. The fluid dynamical context of chemosensory behavior. Biol Bull. 2000 Apr;198(2):188–202.


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