truncated cone


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truncated cone

[¦trəŋ·kād·əd ′kōn]
(mathematics)
The portion of a cone between two nonparallel planes whose line of intersection lies outside the cone.
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34] proposed a three-dimensional failure mechanism, which is composed of four truncated cones and a distributed force acting on those truncated cones.
10 would involve a division by zero, but it is a better approximation for a truncated cone, as in these experiments.
The first "Case Study" is a wire antenna mounted on the top of a truncated cone.
The truncated cone has the bases radius respectively R and r.
Each unit is bonded to the other through []-1,4-glycosidic linkage and hence the units together form a cyclic ring of doughnut or wreath-shaped truncated cone [5].
As you head west from the city, its truncated cone, shrouded in clouds, towers above flat cornfields.
The shroud itself is shaped like a tube connected to a truncated cone.
The A scale is used for soft rubbers and elastomers and type C for medium hard rubbers and plastics; both types use a truncated cone shaped indentor.
The Ziger is pressed in a hard green "St[ddot{o}]ckli" having the form of a truncated cone.
This batch-type unit is said to be unique in having a truncated cone bottom.

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