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Daniel Weihs
Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Technion
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Hydromechanics of fish schooling
D Weihs
Nature 241 (5387), 290-291, 1973
7351973
Magnetically powered flexible metal nanowire motors
W Gao, S Sattayasamitsathit, KM Manesh, D Weihs, J Wang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (41), 14403-14405, 2010
4342010
Functional locomotor morphology of early life history stages of fishes
PW Webb, D Weihs
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 115 (1), 115-127, 1986
4171986
The mechanism of rapid starting of slender fish
D Weihs
Biorheology 10 (3), 343-350, 1973
4081973
Energetic advantages of burst swimming of fish
D Weihs
Journal of Theoretical Biology 48 (1), 215-229, 1974
3551974
Hydrodynamic propulsion by large amplitude oscillation of an airfoil with chordwise flexibility
J Katz, D Weihs
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 88 (3), 485-497, 1978
3021978
Energetic advantages of burst-and-coast swimming of fish at high speeds
JJ Videler, D Weihs
Journal of Experimental Biology 97 (1), 169-178, 1982
2601982
A hydrodynamical analysis of fish turning manoeuvres
D Weihs
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B. Biological Sciences …, 1972
2301972
Optimal avoidance and evasion tactics in predator-prey interactions
D Weihs, PW Webb
Journal of Theoretical Biology 106 (2), 189-206, 1984
2251984
Optimal fish cruising speed
D Weihs
Nature 245 (5419), 48-50, 1973
2081973
Optimization of locomotion
D Weihs
Fish biomechanics, 1983
2011983
Fish biomechanics
PW Webb, D Weihs
(No Title), 1983
1991983
Mechanically efficient swimming techniques for fish with negative bouyancy
D Weihs
1951973
At high speeds dolphins save energy by leaping
D Au, D Weihs
Nature 284 (5756), 548-550, 1980
1781980
Design features and mechanics of axial locomotion in fish
D Weihs
American Zoologist 29 (1), 151-160, 1989
1691989
The hydrodynamics of dolphin drafting
D Weihs
Journal of Biology 3, 1-16, 2004
1682004
Stability Versus Maneuverability in Aquatic Locomotion1
D Weihs
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (1), 127-134, 2002
1652002
Some hydrodynamical aspects of fish schooling
D Weihs
Swimming and Flying in Nature: Volume 2, 703-718, 1975
1651975
Stability and existence of multiple solutions for viscous flow in suddenly enlarged channels
M Shapira, D Degani, D Weihs
Computers & Fluids 18 (3), 239-258, 1990
1531990
Boxfishes (Teleostei: Ostraciidae) as a model system for fishes swimming with many fins: kinematics
JR Hove, LM O’Bryan, MS Gordon, PW Webb, D Weihs
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (8), 1459-1471, 2001
1482001
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