these limits , the experiments show that the strokes of the wings of birds differ in
frequency and amplitude in the different ... of the motion produced by a muscle
when it is excited varies according to the resistance which this motion encounters
Vols. for 1847-1963/64 include the Institution's Report of the Secretary.
988 OBSERVATIONS OF THE EFFECT OF WING APPENDAGES AND FLAPS
ON THE SPREAD OF SEPARATION OF FLOW OVER THE WING * By G. Hartwig
SUMMARY The spread of the separation of flow on three tapered wings in ...
Author: F. Schultz-Grunow
From measurements in the free boundary layer of a plate the laws governing the velocity distribution and a new resistance law are derived which, by increasing Reynolds number Re(sub x) afford lower resistance values than the logarithmic law. The transverse velocities, the shearing stress, and the mixing path profiles were also defined.