frustum


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frustum

1. Geometry
a. the part of a solid, such as a cone or pyramid, contained between the base and a plane parallel to the base that intersects the solid
b. the part of such a solid contained between two parallel planes intersecting the solid
2. Architect a single drum of a column or a single stone used to construct a pier

frustum

[′frəs·təm]
(mathematics)
The part of a solid between two cutting parallel planes.
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Frustum complements PTC's strategic relationship with ANSYS by bringing analysis upstream to the start of the design process, enabling Creo to recommend design approaches and guide the user.
Frustum's technology for generative design, an approach that leverages artificial intelligence to generate design options, is an addition to the PTC Creo portfolio.
Data modelers use frustum culling, the LOD approach, and other methods, to select rendering targets, and rendering is performed object-by-object even in simplified scenarios.
The slump test method is a simple way of estimating the yield stress of the soil since the yield stress is expressed as a function of water content, height of cylindrical frustum, slump height and material density (Mendez-Sanchez, 2012).
As shown in Figure 3, force quantity absorbed by the conical construction, which has endured the most degree, equals 11000N due to explosion in the distance of 10 meters from the ground surface; after that, hemispherical form absorbed quantity of 6800N; finally, frustum has the lowest absorbed energy from explosion with 5000N.
To remove this polarization-dependence, a two-dimensional (2D) periodic array of quadrangular frustum pyramids (QFPs) is proposed, and is illustrated in Figure 5(a).
Lee, "Influences of InGaP conical frustum nanostructures on the characteristics of GaAs solar cells," Journal of Nanomaterials, vol.
The reflectance spectra that were obtained by the 3D-FDTD simulation demonstrate that the pointed NPSiS exhibited better antireflection properties than the frustum NPSiS.
y Tetlalmatzi M., POEM and Newton's Aerodynamic Frustum. The college Mathematics Journal 41, 2, 145-152 (2010).
named after Hero of Alexandria, who used H[e.sub.2/3] = (x + [square root of (xy)] + y)/3 to calculate the volume of a frustum of a piramid.
The combustion chamber of this stove consist of two sections- fuel bed section which has a hollow cylindrical cross section and volatile combustion section which is a hollow conical frustum cross section.