2 article(s) from Klein, Adrian
a) The backswimmer N. glauca. The silvery shine on the surface of the hemelytra is caused by the to...
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a) Left hemelytron of the backswimmer N. glauca. Four sections, defined by Wachmann , are shown. b)...
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Transmission electron microscopy images of setae on the hemelytra of N. glauca. a–d) Clavus. a) Tub...
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a) Three-dimensional reconstruction of a hemelytron µCT scan. The tomography data allowed an analys...
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Toluidine blue/borax stained semi-thin sections through the clavus of a hemelytron of N. glauca (do...
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a) Image of a water droplet detaching from the surface of N. glauca. The deformation of the droplet...
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Proposed Notonecta forewing surface function. An air layer is kept in between the setae. The club-s...
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a) Setup used for the proof of concept for the biomimetic Notonecta sensor inspired by the backswim...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 3039–3047, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.282
Responses of sensor platform I to a human finger that moved alongside the ALLC with a velocity of a...
A typical AN response to a dipole flow field. The sinusoidal voltage used to drive the mini-shaker ...
The response of an artificial CN exposed to the vortices shed from a stationary cylinder (diameter ...
Responses of ANA (upper line in each graph) and ANB (lower line in each graph) (for ANA and ANB see ...
Responses of AN1 to AN8 (cf. Figure 6B) to bulk water flow. Note that the most prominent peak visible in the...
Horizontal (left) and vertical (right) cross sections of platforms III (A) and IV (B) that were use...
Velocity calculated with data obtained from AN1 to AN8 as function of bulk flow velocity. Note that...
Scheme of an artificial CN. The drawing is not to scale.
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2011, 2, 276–283, doi:10.3762/bjnano.2.32
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