Delyle Polet
Delyle Polet
PhD student in Biological Sciences, University of Calgary
Verified email at ucalgary.ca
TitleCited byYear
Unsteady dynamics of rapid perching manoeuvres
DT Polet, DE Rival, GD Weymouth
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 767, 323-341, 2015
222015
Rapid area change in pitch-up manoeuvres of small perching birds
DT Polet, DE Rival
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 10 (6), 066004, 2015
62015
Gravity currents shoaling on a slope
BR Sutherland, D Polet, M Campbell
Physics of Fluids 25 (8), 086604, 2013
62013
Reducing gravity takes the bounce out of running
DT Polet, RT Schroeder, JEA Bertram
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (3), jeb162024, 2018
32018
On the effect of rapid area change in perching-like maneuvers
DT Polet, T Christensen, DE Rival, G Weymouth
32nd AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference, 2836, 2014
32014
The biggest bugs: an investigation into the factors controlling the maximum size of insects
DT Polet
Eureka 2 (1), 43-46, 2011
22011
A Mathematical Model to Capture Complex Microstructure Orientation on Insect Wings
DT Polet, MR Flynn, FAH Sperling
PloS one 10 (10), e0138282, 2015
12015
A simple model of a quadruped discovers single-foot walking and trotting as energy optimal strategies
DT Polet, JEA Bertram
BioRxiv, 580779, 2019
2019
Quadrupedal walking revisited: energy minimization strategy of walking dogs
DT Polet, SJ Hasaneini, JEA Bertram
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 56, E351-E351, 2016
2016
The Aerodynamics of Rapid Area Change in Perching Manoeuvres
D Polet
University of Calgary, 2015
2015
A mathematical model to capture complex microstructure orientation on insect wings.
FAH Sperling, DT Polet, MR Flynn
2015
Gravity Currents and Internal Solitary Waves Approaching Slopes
B Sutherland, D Polet, G Ivey
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, 2012
2012
Optimal control describes quadrupedal walking in dogs
DT Poleta, SJ Hasaneinib, JEA Bertramc
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