Joseph Bahlman

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2006-2013 Zoology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Theriault JS, Bahlman JW, Shadwick RE, et al. (2019) Work loop dynamics of the pigeon () humerotriceps demonstrate potentially diverse roles for active wing morphing. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Skandalis DA, Segre PS, Bahlman JW, et al. (2017) The biomechanical origin of extreme wing allometry in hummingbirds. Nature Communications. 8: 1047
Bahlman JW, Price-Waldman RM, Lippe HW, et al. (2016) Simplifying a wing: diversity and functional consequences of digital joint reduction in bat wings. Journal of Anatomy
Bahlman JW, Swartz SM, Breuer KS. (2014) How wing kinematics affect power requirements and aerodynamic force production in a robotic bat wing. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 9: 025008
Altshuler DL, Bahlman JW, Dakin R, et al. (2014) The biophysics of bird flight: Functional relationships integrate aerodynamics, morphology, kinematics, muscles, and sensors Canadian Journal of Zoology. 93: 961-975
Bahlman JW, Swartz SM, Breuer KS. (2013) Design and characterization of a multi-articulated robotic bat wing. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 8: 016009
Bahlman JW, Swartz SM, Riskin DK, et al. (2013) Glide performance and aerodynamics of non-equilibrium glides in northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus). Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 10: 20120794
Willis D, Bahlman J, Breuer K, et al. (2011) Energetically optimal short-range gliding trajectories for gliding animals Aiaa Journal. 49: 2650-2657
Schunk C, Bahlman JW, Swartz SM, et al. (2011) Measurement of the wake behind a bat-like flapper and the influence of the flapping frequency on lift generation 6th Aiaa Theoretical Fluid Mechanics Conference
Riskin DK, Bahlman JW, Hubel TY, et al. (2009) Bats go head-under-heels: the biomechanics of landing on a ceiling. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 212: 945-53
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