With the help of Poul Larsen, a mechanical engineer at the Technical University of Denmark, they analysed hours of underwater footage and discovered that the penguins were doing something that engineers had long tried to do with boats and torpedoes: They were using air as a lubricant to cut drag and increase speed, according to the magazine.
What does DTU stand for?
DTU stands for Technical University of Denmark
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- Digroup Terminal Unit
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- Document Technique Unifié (French: Unified Technical Document; building regulation)
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- Duval Teachers United
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- Drink 'Til U Drop
- Diversity Training University International
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- Deflection Temperature Under Load
- Department of Transport and Urban Planning (South Australia)
- Department for Transport Urban Planning and the Arts (Australia)
- Design-To-Unit Production Cost
- Design to Unit Rollaway Cost
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This new work is "actual proof from nature that there is an entire population maintained by larval reproduction," says study coauthor Cornelia Jaspers of the Technical University of Denmark in Charlottenlund.
Birmingham physicists are working with colleagues from Imperial College, London, and Technical University of Denmark on the project.
com 25-26 Symposium on Avoiding, Detecting & Preventing Counterfeit Electronic Parts Technical University of Denmark Lyngby, Denmark melissa@smta.
1]we of the Technical University of Denmark and scientists at the Centre for Ultrahigh Bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems in Australia.
Either scenario spells bad news for the ocean, said Jens Olaf Pepke Pedersen, a physicist at the Technical University of Denmark.