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If you have ever wondered how insects like water striders walk on water or skim across the surface of ponds, rivers and oceans, scientists in the United States have the answer. Rather than move by creating waves, as some researchers had thought, the insects use one of their three sets of hairy legs like oars to create vortices or spirals in the water that propel them forward at speeds of up to cm 60 inches per second. Professor John Bush of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his colleagues who uncovered the secret said that although tiny waves were created, they were not the main driving force.
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Exploration of the tribological solutions evolved in the biological world Involving joint work with biologists, this research seeks to understand and mimic the behavior of interacting surfaces in the world of animals and plants, while uncovering the biological side of adhesion, friction, lubrication and wear. Hexagonal surface micropattern for elastomer friction control We study the dry and wet friction of the surface texture, mimicking the pattern evolved in attachment pads of bush crickets, salamanders and tree frogs. Wall-shaped hierarchical microstructure for gecko-like attachment We study the adhesion and friction of thin- film-based shear-activated microstructures inspired by the hairy attachment systems of insects, arachnids and reptiles. Development of green aspects of classical tribology This multidisciplinary research sets problems at the interface between physics, chemistry, material science and mechanics, and aims at increasing efficiency, integrity and cleanliness of modern surface technologies.
Why is the calyx so hairy? Maybe it's to keep insects from eating the flower notice how sharp the hairs aremaybe they help keep the flower's sexual parts warm during cold weather, or cool when sunlight hits the flower, maybe the hairs do both things, maybe they do something else, or maybe they accomplish nothing important at all. However, when you see how many plants are hairy, you just have to figure that hairs like these must do something important.