Re: Volume of an oblique frustum of a right cone.
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- From: "David Park" <djmpark at comcast.net>
- Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2011 04:13:52 -0400 (EDT)
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For a cone of heigh H, radius R, and tipping angle from the vertical of
angle, I calculate the volume as:
(H \[Pi] R^2 (H Cos[angle] - R Sin[angle])^3)/(3 (H^2 Cos[angle]^2 -
I have a notebook (using Presentations) giving a step by step derivation
with dynamic displays that I will send to anyone who sends a request to me.
djmpark at comcast.net
From: Matthias Bode [mailto:lvsaba at hotmail.com]
I completely fail to find a function that decribes the emptying of a right
cone as a function of its inclination.
To illustrate the problem:
We have a right cone (e. g. a common cocktail glass completely filled with
liquid) with a base angle alpha. When we incline the cone from its upright
position to ninety degrees minus alpha/2 - then it will be empty - what is
volume of the remaining liquid inside the cone as a function of the cone's
inclination from its originally vertical position?
(It's not homework; I'm retired and trying to teach my daughter, 10th g
rade German grammar school, the use of MATHEMATICA.)
S 17.35775=B0, W 066.14577=B0
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