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Collective locomotion in biological systems is ubiquitous and attracts much attention, and there are complex hydrodynamics involved. The hydrodynamic interaction for fish schooling is examined using two-dimensional numerical simulations of a pair of self-propelled swimming fish in this paper. The effects of different parameters on swimming speed gain and energy-saving efficiency are investigated by adjusting swimming parameters (initial separation distance d0, tail beat amplitude A, bodydoi:10.3390/fluids7060208 fatcat:yh4jwn3s2rdxrgqrsuvchlekxy