Data from: The complex aerodynamic footprint of desert locusts revealed by large-volume tomographic particle image velocimetry

Henningsson P, Michaelis D, Nakata T, Schanz D, Geisler R, Schröder A, Bomphrey RJ

Date Published: June 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1cn55

 

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Description Tomographic particle image velocimetry measurements of a desert locust in tethered flight. The data have been processed using DaVis software (Lavision Gmbh, http://www.lavision.de/en/) and have been subjected to POD reconstruction to generate 230 frames, as detailed in the article. The files are in '.vc7' format, readable using DaVis. Further information and raw files are available on request.
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Henningsson P, Michaelis D, Nakata T, Schanz D, Geisler R, Schröder A, Bomphrey RJ (2015) The complex aerodynamic footprint of desert locusts revealed by large-volume tomographic particle image velocimetry. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12(108): 20150119. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsif.2015.0119

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Henningsson P, Michaelis D, Nakata T, Schanz D, Geisler R, Schröder A, Bomphrey RJ (2015) Data from: The complex aerodynamic footprint of desert locusts revealed by large-volume tomographic particle image velocimetry. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1cn55
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