## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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GLOBAL

GLOBAL

**PROPERTIES**Each of the features listed in Table I has associated with it one or more**properties**. These geometric**properties**may be classified into two categories : topological and metric ( Table II ) . A**property**of a geometric ...Page 251

TABLE II SUMMARY OF GEOMETRIC

TABLE II SUMMARY OF GEOMETRIC

**PROPERTIES**THAT MAY BE DEFINED FOR THE FEATURES LISTED IN TABLE I. Metric**properties**Topological**properties**Extensive Average Feature**Property**Designation**Property**Designation**Property**Designation V " ...Page 252

The integral of the Gaussian curvature , called the integral curvature , may be shown to be simply related to the topological

The integral of the Gaussian curvature , called the integral curvature , may be shown to be simply related to the topological

**properties**of the surface , provided the surface is smooth and closed : J , ка : KdS = 41 ( Ny - Gy ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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