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Conclusion
Throughout the 14 week progression
of this module, which was well documented in the blog upon the milestones achieved,
we have learnt the key importance of biomimicry study with close relation to
engineering aspect. This is defined to be as how we are able ...
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Individual Reflection
Yorick says.. The most interesting proposed used of bio-mimicry that was developed
in this blog is the Vivace energy harvester. The Vivace design mimicked the
propulsion technique of the fish and come out with the ocean or river current
harvester that solve...
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Industrial Application
As previously introduced, the Hypostomus plecostomus, as known as Pleco fish, is known as a bottom feeder, meaning this fish’s natural habitat is at the river bed or the bottom of any aquatic environment. Evolution through time has enabled this fish to adap...
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Industrial Application
As previously introduced, the Hypostomus plecostomus, as
known as Pleco fish, is known as a bottom feeder, meaning this fish’s natural
habitat is at the river bed or the bottom of any aquatic environment. Evolution
through time has enabled this fish to adap...
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Bio Inspiration
1. Clingfish Offer Inspiration for
New Medical Devices http://images.techtimes.com/data/images/full/81106/northern-clingfish-belly.jpg?w=600 The northern clingfish has a suction cup-like
discs on the belly which can stick to wet and uneven surfaces. If thes...
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Literature Review
i) Armored catfish, Pterygoplichthys
pardalis According to Ebenstein et al. (2015), the
Pterygoplichthys Pardalis armored catsfish has arrow shape (sandwitch-like
structure) dermal plates cover their body to protect them from sharp tooth
penetration caused ...
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