|Subclass of||hyperboloid of revolution,|
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- 1 Shukhov towers
- 2 Hyperbolic paraboloid saddle roofs
- 3 Hyperbolic paraboloid structures
- 4 Hyperboloid art
- 5 Hyperboloid broadcast towers
- 6 Hyperboloid buildings
- 7 Hyperboloid cooling towers
- 8 Hyperboloid electricity pylons
- 9 Hyperboloid furniture
- 10 Hyperboloid lighthouses
- 11 Hyperboloid observation towers
- 12 Hyperboloid ship masts
- 13 Hyperboloid skyscrapers
- 14 Hyperboloid water towers
- 15 Other hyperboloid structures
- 16 See also
The world's first hyperboloid structure, Nizhny Novgorod, 1896.
Other Shukhov towersEdit
Shukhov's hyperpoloid water tower in Lobnya-Lugovaya near Moscow
Pseudosphaera statue in Târgu Mureş
The Corporation Street Bridge interior view.
BMW Welt with the Olympiaturm observation tower, dusk.
A wide view of the BMW World museum building.
Khan Shatyry Entertainment Center, hyperboloid superstructure, 2010Edit
Cooling towers at Didcot Power Station, United Kingdom.
Hyperboloid mast towers were on Russian Andrei Pervozvannyy class battleships, like the "Imperator Pavel" (Emperor Paul I), early June 1912.
Hyperboloid mast towers were on Andrei Pervozvannyy class battleships, like the Imperator Pavel I, underway, on this postcard circa 1917.
Hyperboloid mast towers were on the USS Arizona, underway circa 1917-1929, prior to refitting in 1929.
Hyperboloid mast towers were on the USS Arizona, with the ship's complement posing on her forecastle, forward turrets and superstructure, circa 1924.
Hyperboloid mast towers were on the USS New Mexico, in 1921, prior to refitting in 1931.
Hyperboloid towers of USS Oklahoma, 1920.
Canton Tower, 2010Edit
Hyperboloid water towersEdit
Spaghetti spiral, 2008.