Figure 1a) A model of the Saturn 5 Rocket which is made of right cones and cylinders.|
b)Sheet metal right cone connected to 2 cylinders.
c) Right Cone with parallel sections to the base circle.
d) Right cone with oblique sections to the base circle.
|Figure 2 - Finding the ellipse from a known diameter|
Figure 3 - Constructing the ellipse curve where PL is the parameter,pa.|
Line PP' is AA' in the equation above.
|Figure 4 - A sheet metal oblique cone|
|Figure 5a - Subcontrary Angle D+A b)Oblique Cone and Sphere section|
|Figure 6 - Circular section EF parallel to the base circle BC|
|Figure 7 - Using Conet2.01 with the subcontrary section|
|Figure 8 - An oblique cone with a section that is not parallel to the base circle|
|Figure 9 - Conjugate Diameters and Axes|
|Figure 10 - Predicting the curve with given conjugate diameters.|
|Figure 9 - Oblique cylinder subcontrary section|
|Figure 10 - Cuts parallel to the base circle plane and subcontrary plane are circular as shown by the silver discs.|
|Figure 11 - Oblique Cylinder with circular flanges parallel to each other|