circular cone

circular cone

[′sər·kyə·lər ′kōn]
(mathematics)
A cone whose base is a circle.
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where ([n.sub.ix],[n.sub.iy],[n.sub.iz]) are the components of the unit normal to the external surface of the PDL (here, the subscripts i = 1 and i = 2 correspond to PDL in the form of a circular paraboloid and hyperboloid, respectively), p is the parameter characterizing the rounding rate of the apex (the tooth root passes through a circular cone at p = 0); in this case p = 0.4.
Control of the seeker axis was realized by setting its motion on the surface of a circular cone and on the surface of the unwinding coil.
The length of the circular cone potential case [L.sub.p] is 1.5 and according to the minimum of experimental normalized density is 0.3.
Solid circular cone, tetrahedron, homeomorphism, Hausdorff metric, embedding.
The simulation provides differential scattering coefficient, 7hh(0, s) and [[gamma].sub.hv] (0, s) of the circular cone units.
22###Find surface area of the right circular cone if radius and###42###37
Visual field of camera is a right circular cone with the tip angle of 60 [degrees].
A live branch is represented by a right circular cone, and a dead branch by a cylinder concatenated to the end of the cone (Todoroki 1997).
For a short refresher course in such an arcane subject: As we all should have learned in solid geometry, when we cut a circular cone crosswise, or orthogonal to the axis, we observe a figure which is a perfect circle.
Furthermore, any plane which cuts the GM cone does so on a convex curve analogous to a segment of a parabolic, elliptic, or hyperbolic plane section of a right circular cone. A plane which passes through the apex may miss the rest of the cone entirely, may be tangent to it along a generator, or may intersect it in two generators or in only one if the cone is incomplete as is the GM cone.