Stephen C. Licht
Stephen C. Licht
Professor of Ocean Engineering, University of Rhode Island üzerinde doğrulanmış e-posta adresine sahip - Ana Sayfa
Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
Soft robotic grippers for biological sampling on deep reefs
KC Galloway, KP Becker, B Phillips, J Kirby, S Licht, D Tchernov, ...
Soft robotics 3 (1), 23-33, 2016
Design and projected performance of a flapping foil AUV
S Licht, V Polidoro, M Flores, FS Hover, MS Triantafyllou
IEEE Journal of oceanic engineering 29 (3), 786-794, 2004
Formation learning control of multiple autonomous underwater vehicles with heterogeneous nonlinear uncertain dynamics
C Yuan, S Licht, H He
IEEE transactions on cybernetics 48 (10), 2920-2934, 2017
In-line motion causes high thrust and efficiency in flapping foils that use power downstroke
SC Licht, MS Wibawa, FS Hover, MS Triantafyllou
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (1), 63-71, 2010
Unmanned Underwater Vehicle
ET Hudson, SC Licht, DP Eickstedt
US Patent App. 13/415,325, 2012
Energy extraction through flapping foils
BJ Simpson, S Licht, FS Hover, MS Triantafyllou
International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering 48234 …, 2008
Biomimetic oscillating foil propulsion to enhance underwater vehicle agility and maneuverability
SC Licht
Stronger at depth: Jamming grippers as deep sea sampling tools
S Licht, E Collins, ML Mendes, C Baxter
Soft robotics 4 (4), 305-316, 2017
Design of a flapping foil underwater vehicle
S Licht, F Hover, MS Triantafyllou
Proceedings of the 2004 International Symposium on Underwater Technology …, 2004
Heaving and pitching oscillating foil propulsion in ground effect
A Mivehchi, J Dahl, S Licht
Journal of Fluids and Structures 63, 174-187, 2016
Open loop swimming performance of ‘Finnegan’the biomimetic flapping foil AUV
MI Wolf, SC Licht, F Hover, MS Triantafyllou
The Sixteenth International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, 2006
Universal jamming grippers for deep-sea manipulation
S Licht, E Collins, D Ballat-Durand, M Lopes-Mendes
OCEANS 2016 MTS/IEEE Monterey, 1-5, 2016
Towards amphibious robots: Asymmetric flapping foil motion underwater produces large thrust efficiently
SC Licht, M Wibawa, FS Hover, MS Triantafyllou
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2009
Rolling and pitching oscillating foil propulsion in ground effect
M Perkins, D Elles, G Badlissi, A Mivehchi, J Dahl, S Licht
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 13 (1), 016003, 2017
Applications of aerial multi-spectral imagery for algal bloom monitoring in rhode Island
SJ Goldberg, JT Kirby, SC Licht
SURFO Technical Report No. 16-01, 28, 2016
Biomimetic robots for environmental monitoring in the surf zone & in very shallow water
S Licht, N Durham
IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2012
The mechanics of force production in flapping foils under steady-state and transient motion conditions
MS Triantafyllou, FS Hover, S Licht
Dept. Ocean Eng. Testing Tank Facility, Massachusetts Inst. Technol …, 2003
DEEPi: a miniaturized, robust, and economical camera and computer system for deep-sea exploration
BT Phillips, S Licht, KS Haiat, J Bonney, J Allder, N Chaloux, R Shomberg, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 153, 103136, 2019
New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration The E/V Nautilus, NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, and R/V Falkor 2016 Field Season
KLC Bell, W Mowitt, V Zykov, JP Delgado, M Tartt, M Stout, K Wagner, ...
Oceanography 30 (1), 1-+, 2017
The Wire Flyer towed profiling system
C Roman, DS Ullman, D Hebert, S Licht
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 36 (2), 161-182, 2019
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