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Fig. 4. Ellipse. The ellipse is a curve formed by the intersection of a plane and a cone, the plane being oblique to the axis but not cutting the base. If a plane is passed through a cone as shown in Fig. 1 or through a cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the...
Cyclopedia of Carpentry and Contracting ...: Architectural drawing ... - Page 65
1910

## Cyclopedia of Engineering; a Complete Manual of Steam and Machine ..., Volume 4

1902 - 484 pages
...through a cone as shown IH Fig. 1 or through a cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the curve of intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be defined as being...curve generated by a point moving in a plane, the sum of the distances of the point to two fixed points being always constant. The two fixed points are called...

## Mechanical drawing

...through a cone as shown in Fig. 1 or through a cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the curve of intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be defined as being...curve generated by a point moving in a plane, the, sum of the distances of the point to two fixed points being always constant. The two fixed points are called...

## Cyclopedia of Drawing, Volume 1

American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Architectural drawing - 1906 - 432 pages
...through a cone as shown in Fig. 1 or through a cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the curve of intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be defined as being...curve generated by a point moving in a plane, the sum of the distances of the point to two fixed points being always constant. The two fixed points are called...

## Cyclopedia of Drawing: Mechanical, architectural, pen and ink rendering ...

Drawing - 1906 - 424 pages
...cylinder as shown- in Fig 2, the curve of intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be denned as being a curve generated by a point moving in a plane, the sum of the distances of the point to two fixed points being always constant. The two fixed points are called...

## Modern Engineering Practice: A Reference Library..., Volume 11

American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1906 - 582 pages
...cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the curve of intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be denned as being a curve generated by a point moving in a plane, the sum of the distances of the point to two fixed points being always constant. The two fixed points are called...

## Modern Engineering Practice: A Reference Library..., Volume 11

American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1906 - 586 pages
...through a cone as shown in Fig. 1 or through a cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the curve of intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be defined as being a curve i/enerated bg a point moving in a plane, tho »um of the distances of the point to two fired points...

## Cyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentry and Building, Volume 6

American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Architecture - 1907 - 360 pages
...through a cone as shown in Fig. 1 or through a cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the curve of intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be defined as being...curve generated by a point moving in a plane, the sum of the distances of the point to two fifed points being always constant. The two fixed points are called...

## Cyclopedia of Civil Engineering: Plane surveying; mechanical drawing

Frederick Eugene Turneaure - Civil engineering - 1908 - 474 pages
...through a cone as shown in Fig. 1 or through a cylinder as shown in Fig 2, the curve oi intersection will be an ellipse. An ellipse may be defined as being...curve generated by a point moving in a plane, the sxm of the distances of the point to two fa-ed points being always constant. The two fixed points are...