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# An approach for designing a surface pencil through a given asymptotic curve

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Fatma Güler *, Gülnur Şaffak Atalay, Ergin Bayram

Emin Kasap Ondokuz Mayıs University, Arts and Science Faculty, Department of Mathematics, 55139, Samsun, Turkey.

*Corresponding author: Fatma Güler, Email: f.guler@omu.edu.tr

### Abstract

Surfaces and curves play an important role in geometric design. In recent years, problem of finding a surface passing through a given curve has attracted much interest. In the present paper, we propose a new method to construct a surface interpolating a given curve as the asymptotic curve of it. Also, we analyze the conditions when the resulting surface is a ruled surface. Furthermore, we prove that there exists no developable surface possessing a given curve as an asymptotic curve except plane. Finally, we illustrate this method by presenting some examples.

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### How to cite this paper

An approach for designing a surface pencil through a given asymptotic curve

How to cite this paper: Güler F, Atalay G, Ş, Bayram E, Kasap E. (2019). An approach for designing a surface pencil through a given asymptotic curve*. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, 3(4), 606-615.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jamc.2019.06.002