Definition of evolute. Meaning of evolute. Synonyms of evolute

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Definition of evolute

Evolute Ev"o*lute, n. [L. evolutus unrolled, p. p. of evolvere. See Evolve.] (Geom.) A curve from which another curve, called the involute or evolvent, is described by the end of a thread gradually wound upon the former, or unwound from it. See Involute. It is the locus of the centers of all the circles which are osculatory to the given curve or evolvent. Note: Any curve may be an evolute, the term being applied to it only in its relation to the involute.

Meaning of evolute from wikipedia

- in the differential geometry of curves , the evolute of a curve is the locus of all its centers of curvature . the evolute of that curve.
- evolute: file:evolute generation. png , generation of the evolute of the cycloid unwrapping a tense wire placed on half cycloid arc (red
- lytoceratina is a suborder of jur****ic and cretaceous ammonites that produced loosely coiled, evolute and gyroconic s**** in which the
- neocardioceras is an evolute acanthoceratid ammonite from the uppermost cenomanian , upper cretaceous, of europe, western u.s. and brazil.
- the tarphyceratidae are tightly coiled, evolute tarphycerida with ventral siphuncle s. the dorsum is characteristically impressed where
- euaptetoceras is an evolute hammatoceratid ammonite from the lower middle jur****ic, included in the family hammatoceratidae and the
- flemingites is an evolute ammonoid from the lower tri****ic with spiral ridges on the s****. diagnosis: the s**** of flemingites is evolute so
- for a surface in three dimension the focal surface, surface of centers or evolute is formed by taking the centers of the curvature sphere
- blanfordiceras is a strongly ribbed, evolute ammonite included in the perisphinctacean family, neocomitidae that lived during the latest
- saxoceras is a very evolute schlotheimiid ammonoid from the lower jur****ic of europe and new caledonia. the s**** of saxoceras is