Spiral surfaces enveloped by one-parametric sets of spheres

Hamdoon, Fathy
August 2010
Journal of Geometry;2010, Vol. 98 Issue 1/2, p51
Academic Journal
In this paper, we study cyclic surfaces in E generated by spiral motions of a circle. We find the representation of cyclic spiral surfaces in E which are envelopes of one-parametric set of spheres. Finally, we give an example.


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