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Topic: spiral function f[(r)(theta)]
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Oscarville

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Re: spiral function f[(r)(theta)]
Posted: Dec 22, 2010 7:28 PM
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contuatia 004.jpg (126.2 K)

There are quite a few more points included on contuatia 004.jpg. The curve does not impart torsion. It can be represented on a plane.

The principle axises for the spiral are z=4 and y=(7/10)(root 2)(r) - this can be seen in the contuatia 004.jpg)

I admit, I am not ready to unravel the "mysteries" of Cornu's Spiral. Luckily, this curve is not a Cornu Spiral. It is Logarithimic. The center is displaced from the principle axises, by z=4 and y=(7/10)(root 2)r.



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