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Of special interest for the present paper is the inﬂuence of different excitation wave forms on the resulting lift and drag of the hydrofoil. Force balance measurements from  demonstrate clearly that under otherwise identical conditions different excitation wave forms can change the attainable lift by up to 70%. A further ﬁnding of interest by Weier and Gerbeth  is the scaling of the lift increase with the peak instead of the effective momentum coefﬁcient under certain conditions. These results motivated the present paper which aims by help of particle image velocimetry (PIV) measurements to further investigate excitation wave form effects.
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