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Four dimensional descriptive geometry

Carlos Ernesto S. Lindgren

Four dimensional descriptive geometry

by Carlos Ernesto S. Lindgren

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hyperspace.,
  • Geometry, Descriptive.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 123-124.

    Statement[by] C. Ernesto S. Lindgren [and] Steve M. Slaby.
    SeriesEngineering graphics monographs series
    ContributionsSlaby, Steve M., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA501 .L73
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 129 p.
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5604862M
    LC Control Number68011931

    The main task of teaching Descriptive Geometry (DG) for architects at university is to train three dimensional thinking. Nowadays the German school system completely neglects to encourage this. Great efforts are required to prepare first year students for their task to design in three dimensional space. Abstract thinking in DG is a perfectFile Size: KB. S cientist and a non-scientist adopted this descriptive as a Basic Books, p Sullivan, John M. (). a multimedia 27 minutes presentation on symmetry in four- dimensional geometry for.

    Four-Dimensional Descriptive Geometry by C. Ernesto S. Lindgren and Steve M. Slaby starts with an easy to read introduction to dimensionality and continues from there. The easy stuff is in one of my papers.   While the green right-angle markers are not actually 90 degrees, we are able to infer the 3-dimensional geometry as shown on a 2-dimensional screen. Likewise, we can describe a point in 4-dimensional space with four numbers – x, y, z, and w – where the purple w- axis is at a right angle to the other regions; in other words, we can.

    In figure 4 we show the two given points, (o) of plane 0" and (a) of the 3-D space P. The first step to be taken is the determination of the true length of the distance (oa). This is also shown in figure 4, where the descriptive method of rotation is applied. 3) See notes on "Methods of the Descriptive Geometry. Descriptive geometry builds on the practice, evolved over centuries, of displaying two images of a single object simultaneously; one image is seen from one direction while a second image is seen from a direction 90° rotated (e.g., a "front" and a "side" view).Gaspard Monge, the father of descriptive geometry, developed a graphical protocol which creates three-dimensional virtual space on a.


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