Oviaivo's polyhedra : annoviaivo

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An annoviaivo is a model of polyhedron representing topological torus surfaces, it can be seen as a hollow antiprism with triangular pyramids augmented to each equatorial (vertical) faces and triangular pyramids between each themselves.

Toroidal Icosahedron

The first element of this series of polyhedra is an icosahedron which was removed an antiprism of order 3 (i.e. an octahedron).

A polyhedral annoviaivo 3 can be constructed to create a tetrahedron on each face of a tiangular antiprism .

A star polyhedron

Annoviaivo of order "n" can be seen as a star antiprism of order "n" with a hole in the middle (i.e. without antiprism itself). Each equatorial face of the antiprism is surmounted by a tetrahedron. Each vertex of this tetrahedron is connected to the other two vertices adjacent tetrahedra. These vertices are equidistant from the vertices of the triangular base (after the antiprism). All "outside" edges are equidistant. These vertices added to those of the antiprism are placed on each side of the horizontal plane of symmetry (equatorial) of the antiprism.
As a result, there are two types of vertices :

- the 2*n vertices of the antiprism that we can name " polar vertices ", each of them is the intersection of seven edges
- the 2*n vertices surrounding the equator that we can name " tropical vertices", each of them is the intersection of five edges
13 rings annoviaivo from order 3 to order 15
13 rings annoviaivo from order 3 to order 15
(You can view this in 3D-model here.)

File:Annoviaivo 5.ogv

annoviaivo 5 : annoviaivo of order 5

Formulae

This family of polyhedra has common criteria :

- The equatorial radius <math style="vertical-align: top;">{\color{Blue}R}</math>, the distance between the orthogonnal axis of the base of the antiprism and one of the equatorial points (which is also the radius of the cylinder circumscribing these polyhedra) is solution to the equation of 4th degree : <math>{4}\sin^{4}\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!{\color{Blue}R}^{4}-{4}\sin^{3}\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!{\color{Blue}R}^{3}+({4}\cos\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)-7)\sin^{2}\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!{\color{Blue}R}^{2}+{2}({1}+\cos\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right))\sin\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!{\color{Blue}R}-{3}\cos^2\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)+2=0</math>


- The height <math style="vertical-align: 0%;">h</math> of the right antiprism is solution of the equation :

<math>h=\sqrt{\frac{3}{4}-\left(\!{\color{Blue}R}-\frac{1}{2}\cot\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!\right)^{2}} + \sqrt{{1}-\left(\!{\color{Blue}R}-\frac{1}{2}\csc\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!\right)^{2}}</math>       if order <math>n</math> is      <math>3\leq n\leq9</math>
<math>h=\sqrt{\frac{3}{4}-\left(\!{\color{Blue}R}-\frac{1}{2}\cot\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!\right)^{2}} - \sqrt{{1}-\left(\!{\color{Blue}R}-\frac{1}{2}\csc\!\left(\frac{\pi}{n}\right)\!\right)^{2}}</math>       if order <math>n</math> is      <math> 9\leq n</math>

Note : the product of the height <math style="vertical-align: 0%;">h</math> of the right antiprism and the height <math style="vertical-align: 0%;">H</math> of the crown is :   <math>h H ={\color{Blue}R}\tan\!\left(\frac{\pi}{2 n}\right)\!</math>

Annotations for formulae
annoviaivo 5 & 15 for annotations

- The Euler characteristic <math>\chi</math> was defined according to the formula <math style="vertical-align:top;">\chi=V-E+F \,\!</math>

where V, E, and F are respectively the numbers of vertices (corners), edges and faces in the given polyhedron. Any toroidal polyhedron's surface with one hole has Euler characteristic <math style="vertical-align:top;">\chi = V - E + F = 0. \,\!</math>
For annoviaivo's polyhedra, <math style="vertical-align:top;">V=4n</math>, <math style="vertical-align:top;">E=12n</math> and <math style="vertical-align:top;">F=8n</math> .

Orthogonal projections

Annoviaivo has three special orthogonal projections, centered, on a base, normal to the base and tropical vertex.

Orthogonal projections
Centered by Base Base
Normal
Vertex
Image
Top view of annoviaivo 5
Face view with tropical vertex of annoviaivo 5
View from tropical vertex to his opposite of annoviaivo 5
Projective
symmetry
[2*n] [2] [2]


The following figure is the projection of annoviaivo 5 centered on the middle of equatorial edge.

Equatorial view of annoviaivo 5.png

See also

References

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