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140° 140° 96.6761° 55.7240° 135° 102.4099° 0° 4.2. Problem posed Based on an initial object of a known form, the designer wishes to obtain a new object (called the final object) which meets certain angle constraints. This scenario corresponds to what we call a "reverse problem”. The method of resolution consists of determining the Ω perturbation then the complete metric tensor, with G final , representing the final object.
To show the genericity of the model proposed, two specifications are studied. For each of them we have noted the numerical values obtained after computation in one table. A second table shows the angle differences obtained between the initial and final values and, finally, two images show the initial object and the final object after...
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