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Definitions

  1. Ogee - a double curve, bending one way and then the other. (Web site)
  2. Ogee is also a mathematical term, which means the same thing as inflection point.
  3. OGEE: A stone molding with a reverse curved edge, concave above, convex below.
  4. Ogee is a shape consisting of a concave arc flowing into a convex arc, so forming an S-shaped curve with vertical ends.
  5. Ogee is also a mathematical term, which means the same thing as an inflection point.

Ogive

  1. Types of Arches: depressed, horseshoe, intersecting, round, ogee or ogive. (Web site)
  2. Ogive The statistical term ogive (which is also called an ogee) refers to a cumulative distribution function.

Ogee Clock

  1. Ogee clocks are one of the most commonly encountered varieties of American antique clocks.
  2. An ogee clock is rectangular, with ogee-profile molding that frames a central glass door that protects the clock face and the pendulum.
  3. The ogee curve is an analogue of a cyma curve, the difference being that a cyma has horizontal rather than vertical ends. (Web site)
  4. Overflow spillway (ogee spillway) A spillway that has a control weir that is ogee-shaped (S-shaped) in profile.

S-Shaped

  1. Ogee vault - Ogee is a shape consisting of a concave arc flowing into a convex arc, so forming an S-shaped curve with vertical ends. (Web site)
  2. Later, tracery was based on the ogee, or S-shaped curve, which creates flowing, flame like forms. (Web site)
  3. Next | Image 2 of 18 Elliptical Ogee A swooping S-shaped ogee dominates this profile.

Decorative

  1. Like the ogee, it is of decorative, not of structural, value. (Web site)
  2. Decorative molding with the ogee profile, often framed between moldings with a square section.
  3. An ogee moulding, a wooden molding of ogee profile framed between square sections is part of the standard classical decorative vocabulary.
  4. Also we find a peculiar wave, and a kind of double ogee moulding which are characteristic of the style.
  5. Designed to rout a decorative edge where an ogee style is required.

Molding

  1. Ogee is named after the 's' shaped molding found in Gothic architecture.
  2. An ogee molding may be run in plaster or wood, or cut in stone or brickwork.
  3. The profile is an astragal with quirked ogee and cove.
  4. Sheet metal cornice and ogee molding with custom profiles for replication and restoration projects.
  5. Please consider joining the free membership at GrandTradition.net and authoring an article on profiles, or even just on the Cyma (Ogee). (Web site)

Tool

  1. Amana Tool carbide tipped ogee router bits in stock and ready to be shipped today.
  2. Ogee's Antiques at Ruby Lane: We are not collectors.
  3. Ogee Shaper Cutter features a precision ground industrial quality carbide steel body.
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Available

  1. Ogee" series humidor travellers are available in number of domestic and exotic hardwoods.
  2. NOTE: There are a number of "special" ogee bits which are not currently available for online purchase.

Arch

  1. Roman Ogee pattern will add elegance to any project.
  2. Ogee windows and arches were introduced to European cities from the Middle East. (Web site)
  3. In fluid mechanics, the term ogee is used for an aerodynamic curve. (Web site)
  4. Small windows have heads shaped in the ogee or trefoil forms. (Web site)
  5. Another variety of arch struck from three or four centres is the ogee arch. (Web site)

Aluminum

  1. Extruded aluminum ogee raingutters.
  2. Ogee gutter systems are available in copper, galvanized, and aluminum.

Name

  1. An alternative name for ogee is cyma reversa. (Web site)
  2. The Ogee name comes from an architectural term meaning -S- curve.

Ogee Curve

  1. The aim of a mid-face rejuvenation is to restore the ogee curve and enhance the cheekbones. (Web site)
  2. Also, the downstream face of a dam spillway is usually formed in an ogee curve to minimize erosion. (Web site)
  3. For example, a wing may be shaped as an ogee curve, particularly on supersonic aircraft such as the Concorde. (Web site)

Style

  1. An ogee is a style of sleeve, in particular on a gown; the term is not widely used, and may not be used at all outside the University of London.

Flowing

  1. Later, tracery was based on the ogee, or S-shaped curve, which creates flowing, flame like forms. (Web site)

Concave

  1. OGEE: A stone molding with a reverse curved edge, concave above, convex below.

Clock

  1. An ogee is also short for an ogee clock, a common kind of weight-driven antique pendulum clock. (Web site)
  2. An ogee clock is rectangular, with ogee-profile molding that frames a central glass door that protects the clock face and the pendulum.

Rich Variety

  1. Islamic architects developed a rich variety of pointed, scalloped, horseshoe, and ogee (S-curve) arches for mosques and palaces.

Fillet

  1. When employed as the crowning moulding of an architrave, the ogee is always capped by a fillet; and the same applies to the cymatium of the cornice. (Web site)

Ogee

  1. Ogee is also a mathematical term, which means the same thing as an inflection point.
  2. Ogee is a shape consisting of a concave arc flowing into a convex arc, so forming an S-shaped curve with vertical ends.
  3. An alternative name for ogee is cyma reversa.

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