Dynamic Soaring of Albatrosses Optimization Technique

The concept of dynamic soaring by Albatrosses, a large seabird, can be used in optimization by flying long distances without using their muscles. This flight pattern, similar to riding a sidewinding rollercoaster, can fly up to 10,000 miles in a single journey and circumnavigate the earth in 46 days. Dynamic soaring consists of four phases: upward bend, upward climb, downward bend, and downward dive. Criteria for dynamic soaring include no wind, no waves, wave-slope soaring in swell without wind, and wind-shear soaring in wind without waves.

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