Origin of catenary
Words nearby catenary
How to use catenary in a sentence
In late works from 2019, a skeleton holds an oversize skull over his groin, and in other works, based on a string draped into a catenary curve, the repetition of the motif creates a veil.Seeing Jasper Johns: Blockbuster exhibition reveals a brilliant but bleak legacy|Philip Kennicott|September 29, 2021|Washington Post
Replacement of track infrastructure, and the electric catenary poles and wires and the signal systems, is work that goes on every year.
The surface formed by revolving the catenary about its directrix is named the alysseide.
How to pass this snow catenary I knew not, for I did not think a human foot could trust itself upon so frail a support.
Soon after recrossing the snow catenary already mentioned we quitted the ridge to get obliquely along the slope of the pyramid.
The only surface of revolution having this property is the catenoid formed by the revolution of a catenary about its directrix.
One of the most laborious and practically useful works of Giddy was a treatise on the properties of the Catenary Curve.Cornish Characters|S. Baring-Gould