conoid

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • Info In geometry, a conoid is a Catalan surface all of whose rulings intersect a fixed line, called the axis of the conoid. more...
  • A conoid is found in most species and when present forms complete but truncated cone.
  • Spandrels usually provide pressure along the upper edge of the conoids.
  • The image on the right shows how the coplanar lines generate the right conoid.
  • The station consists of three overlapping conoid structures although these structures are only viewable from above the station.
  • The resulting conoids, however, require great compressive forces to keep shape.
  • The light conoid roofs allow for a column-free interior space - thus maximising space and reducing load.
  • All members of this class have a complete, hollow, truncated conoid.
  • Wallis's conical edge is also a kind of right conoid.
  • The white, imperforate shell has a high conoid shape.
  • From some experiments I made myself a score of years ago, I am inclined to prefer a plane surface for the conoid to work upon. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 447,by Various
  • If all the rulings of a Catalan surface intersect a fixed line, then the surface is called a conoid.
  • The bow and stern were nearly identical in shape, both conoid, truncated to end in a relatively small disc.
  • In between sequences of conoids, flat central spandrels fill the space.
  • The rather small, somewhat solid shell is turbinately conoid.
  • The umbilicate shell is rather thin and has an orbicular-conoid shape.
  • The large shell has a depressed conoid shape.
  • The helicoid is also a ruled surface (and a right conoid), meaning that it is a trace of a line.
  • The rather thick shell is narrowly and profoundly perforate and has a conoid shape.
  • A conoid is lacking and most species lack the associated pellicular microtubules.
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