Re: Visualization of Intersections
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- From: "Allan Hayes" <hay at haystack.demon.co.uk>
- Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 18:55:28 -0500 (EST)
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"Intersections of Surfaces", Steven Wilkinson, Mathematica in Education and
Research, Vol 8, No 2, Spring 1999.
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"Chris Tiee" <choni at my-deja.com> wrote in message
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> I've been investigating plots of surfaces in space, and I've
> encountered the classic problem of finding the volume between two
> perpendicularly intersecting circular cylinders of the same radius (and
> I will be working on the case for three cylinders as well). The
> resulting volumes are very difficult to visualize. I searched for it on
> the web, and have seen how they look, and some even had instructions on
> how to do it in another system.
> With Mathematica, I have been able to examine the intersections (using
> ContourPlot3D, drawing the contours at 1), but I don't know how to to
> customize the range of plotting so it shows the exact volume of
> intersection, only cylinders with straight edges.
> I have already solved both of the problems, but how would I be able to
> examine intersections of surfaces in general, with Mathematica?
> thanks in advance,
> please send any email replies to choni at ucla.edu
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