## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volumes 1-2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Offshore structures |

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Yet another kind of reflection lines can be defined using a family of

the surface. The family of

or intersection

Yet another kind of reflection lines can be defined using a family of

**curves**q(f) onthe surface. The family of

**curves**q(r) on the surface can be isoparametric**curves**or intersection

**curves**of the surface with a family of planes. For this family of ...Page 558

The normal curvature of the surface is the curvature of the normal section

and is given by Lu} + 2Mu,v. + Nv2 * = -— ^ - -z; (14) Eu2 + 2Fu,v, + Gv2 The

convention is used that the normal curvature is positive when the center of

curvature ...

The normal curvature of the surface is the curvature of the normal section

**curve**and is given by Lu} + 2Mu,v. + Nv2 * = -— ^ - -z; (14) Eu2 + 2Fu,v, + Gv2 The

convention is used that the normal curvature is positive when the center of

curvature ...

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When the process is global, the entire shape is regenerated, i.e. in the case of a

B-spline

the shape is altered only locally, i.e. in the case of a B-spline

When the process is global, the entire shape is regenerated, i.e. in the case of a

B-spline

**curve**all control points are recalculated. In the case of a local method,the shape is altered only locally, i.e. in the case of a B-spline

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