toroidal surface

toroidal surface

[tə′rȯid·əl ‚sər·fəs]
(mathematics)
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For a current loop spread over a toroidal surface, the flux density within the central aperture, [B.
We focus on a few types of such toroidal surface current densities and their energies.
is used, which is the radius of the vertical section of the (unique) toroidal surface corresponding to the current value of [alpha].
eq], the LV interface can accurately be approximated by a toroidal surface (that is, considering the vertical section of the interface to be an arc of a circle).
Although readily produced by advanced amateurs, the toroidal surface was a bit intimidating for me.
At least some moorings were apparently lost to pirates--Richardson claimed to have seen one of his distinctive orange toroidal surface floats on the deck of a Russian trawler.
The latter encompasses both cylindrical and toroidal surfaces and these are collectively known as conic sections since they are curved forms which originate from sections of a cone (Figure 1).
Analytical surfaces commonly used to provide boundaries and trimming for B-Rep solid models have been defined, including direction and plane, right circular cylindrical and conical, spherical, and toroidal surfaces.