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Hyperboloid net

A hyperboloid refers to a group of solids formed by rotating a flat geometric figure around an axis, in the case of a hyperboloid, the rotation of the curve formed by the hyperbola function.
 

How can you make a paper hyperboloid?

 

 
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You can build a hyperboloid model with the following characteristics: height 110 mm, base diameter 70 mm.
Download the hyperboloid net.
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Hyperboloid assembly scheme:
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1. Connect the two "smallest" strips through the center.
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2. It should turn out, as shown in the figure.
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3. Glue two more strips that are medium in size.
 
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4.
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5. Glue the largest strips.
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6.
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7. Connect the pattern.
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8. To avoid difficulties and shift when gluing the base, we recommend that you first glue the auxiliary elements.
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9. Glue the base.

An example of a hyperboloid from architecture.
There are a lot of buildings that use a hyperboloid: The very first constructions were created under the guidance of the Russian engineer V.G. Shukhov, such as the famous Shukhov Tower in Moscow, which was constructed in 1922.

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With modern buildings, we note the Canton Tower in Guangzhou (China), which is 600 meters tall and was completed in 2010.

Also, we found a very beautiful Tornado Tower in Doha (Qatar). The 195-meter construction, erected in 2008, has its own indescribable style..

building hyperboloids

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