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perturbated core curve


the core curve of the mobius strip perturbated by 0.1\cos(11\ t) 

But if we use 0.4\cos(12.5t)\sin(3t)\cos(t)

 
 

 

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four geodesics in the band


on the right of this post you can see 4 (approximately) geodesics in the mobius strip, one is transversal to the core curve and the others (three)  begin at that transversal… One almost can see that all geodesics in the surface have curvature but without 3d torsion… would it be a theorem?  

Rendered with Mathematica-6.

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two and three dimensional manifolds


when any someone who is asked to comment about: how many surface’s shapes are there? he or she  could tell you this: if only closed surfaces are considered, there’re two types:

  • orientable
  • non orientable

Orientable are the sphere (the 2-sphere), the torus, double torus, etc… But non orientable are the projective plane: an abstract simple construction given by sewing a mobiusband with a 2-disk, D, by its similar border. The Kleinbottle is the surface got from sewing two mobiusbands along with their boundaries.

Let’s abstract with the symbols O_g to the orientable surface of g-genus and by N_k the non orientable surface of k-genus.

With these we have an algebra of sets that looks like that

  • N_1=M\ddot{o}\cup_{\partial}D
  • N_2=M\ddot{o}\cup_{\partial}M\ddot{o}
  • N_3={O_1}_o\cup_{\partial}M\ddot{o}={N_2}_o\cup_{\partial}M\ddot{o}
  • N_4={N_3}_o\cup_{\partial}M\ddot{o}

where we have abstracted: F_o=F\setminus{\rm{int}}D, for a punctured surface F, a closed surface with a open disk removed. And \cup_{\partial} for sewing in the border

Even to them who know those ideas come into surprise when they are told that there’s no only one three dimensional shape: is \mathbb{R}^3 the only three dimensional manifolds in math?

Even if you think and say that S^2\times S^1 is another together with others little more easy to imagine. 

Would you like to see a sample of the great variety of them? urgently follow this link here please!

This link gonna give you a rough idea of several types of 3-spaces looking a little more close at them,… some are  now celebrated in 3d-topological technology…

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a non orientable 3d-manifold with boundary


Mö x I

Mö x I

The picture on the right is representation and a description of its parts of  a 3d chunk, it is the trivial I-bundle over the möbius-strip, M\ddot{o}\times I. It is  useful to determine which 3d spaces are non orientable.

A 3d-space is non orientable if it has a simple closed curve whose 3d regular neighborhood is homeomorphic to the model of the picture.

If we denote by C\ddot{o} the core of the möbius strip, you can deduce for the curve C\ddot{o}\times\{\frac{1}{2}\} (the black pearled one) that its tangent bundle can’t be embedded in the tangent bundle of \mathbb{R}^3 or in any other tangent bundle of an orientable one.

Remember N_2 is the Klein bottle. Let’s the image talks by itself.

Ah, il nome di questo grande pezzo è la bottiglia solida di Klein.

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möbius


moebio10In math there is a geometric-topologic construction which is a source of fun and surprises. It is surface. It is a two dimensional object which can be embed in the three dimensional euclidean space, \mathbb{R}^3. It is a model to illustrate the concept of twisted bundle. In fact an I-bundle, an interval bundle over the circle.  The möbius band or möbius strip is the principal element to construct all the non orientable surfaces: N_1 the projective plane; N_2 the Klein bottle; N_3; N_4,… etc.

What happens if we remove the core central simple closed curve? look at the 2nd image.

I had spended many eons to popularize the symbol

M\ddot{o}

for her. Isn’t this is beautiful?moebio20

The möbius band is employed to manufature many exotic non orientable three dimensional spaces. By the record, talking about 3d spaces:  \mathbb{R}^3 isn’t the only one.

For example M\ddot{o}\times I is a solid Klein bottle and an innocent quiz is: can you see what is the bounding surface of this I-bundle?

For a bundle of additional properties check this link

The images were rendered in Mathematica v.5

La siguiente figura te explica como ver una construcción tridimensional que involucra a la banda…

Mö x I

Aquí estamos usando N_2 para la superficie de género dos no orientable,,

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