Artificial Lateral Line Canal System for Underwater Disturbance Sensing

Artificial Lateral Line Canal System for Underwater Disturbance Sensing

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The lateral line is a primitive sensory organ commonly found in fish. It plays a vital role in the normal activities of fish including schooling, station holding, prey capture and predator avoidance. The lateral line is a good source of information when visibility is limited or impossible. For instance, a blind cave fish can qseeq by imaging the distortion of a self-generated flow field with 1 mm resolution. Functionality of the lateral line has been actively studied by biologists. A type of canal-like lateral line is of particular interest. It consists of flow sensing neuromasts embedded in a canal structure that contains pores. Outside disturbances cause pressure differences between pores and hence induce flow inside the canal. Studies show that fish use this type of canal structure as a mechanical filter to enhance disturbance sensing under noisy flow conditions, such as in running water.[21] J. Chen, J. M. Engel, M. Chang, and C. Liu, aquot;3D out-of-plane flow sensor array with integrated circuits, aquot; presented at ... [22] T. Ebefors, E. Kalvesten, and G. Stemme, aquot;Three dimensional silicon triple-hot- wire anemometer based on polyimide joints, aquot; presented at 11th ... [23] F. Jiang, Y.-C. Tai, C.-M. Ho, K. Rainer, and M. Garstenauer, aquot;Theoretical and experimental studies of micromachined hot -wire anemometer, aquot; presented at IEEE International Electronic Devices Meeting ( IEDM), anbsp;...

Title:Artificial Lateral Line Canal System for Underwater Disturbance Sensing
Author: Nannan Chen
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008

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