Download e-book for iPad: A hidden line algorithm for a model generated by assembling by Antonio Lamberti, M. Laura Luchi

Download e-book for iPad: A hidden line algorithm for a model generated by assembling by Antonio Lamberti, M. Laura Luchi

By Antonio Lamberti, M. Laura Luchi

Advances in Engineering software program (1978)
Volume eleven, factor three, July 1989, Pages 110-117

A uncomplicated set of rules is gifted for elimination the hidden traces from an item which is composed of a set of good blocks. The straightforward blocks are basic convex polyhedra with any variety of faces. The illustration of the item as a complete calls for that the strains of separation among contiguous blocks also are got rid of. The tactics constructed are defined intimately and illustrated by way of flowcharts

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Over the right line of the large rectangle is the protruding part of the fiber assembly, which is similar to the combed part of cotton screen in cotton combing process. Simulation of the Cotton Combing Process After the cotton screen is generated, the combing process can be simulated according to the combing principle. In combing process, there are usually two forms of feeding of cotton, one is forward feed, and another is backward feed. Here we only take forward feed as a example to simulate the combing process.

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2mm, R = 20mm ) 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 fiber length(mm) 30 35 40 Fig 9. 95%, much smaller than the first case. In the third case, we adopt a new set of parameters. The results are seen in Figure 9 and 10. 01 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 fiber length(mm) 30 35 40 Fig 9. 6, F = 7 mm, R = 22mm ) 0 5 10 15 20 25 fiber length(mm) 30 35 40 Fig 10. 11%. In all the three cases we can see that the parameter a, F , R all have influence on the dropping rate, in which R has an impact pn dropping rate dramatically. Conclusions Cotton combing process can be simulated from a randomly generated cotton screen.

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