Reuleaux Triangle in Architecture and Applications

@article{Conti2019ReuleauxTI,
  title={Reuleaux Triangle in Architecture and Applications},
  author={Giuseppe Conti and Raffaella Paoletti},
  journal={Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems},
  year={2019}
}
The Reuleaux triangle is a figure with the remarkable property of having constant width, a typical property of the circle. It takes its name from Franz Reuleaux, a 19th century German engineer, who studied its properties, in particular the ones related to applications to mechanics. However, this figure was previously known: actually, we find it in the shape of the windows and in the ornaments of some Gothic architecture. Furthermore, Leonardo da Vinci, to represent the terrestrial globe, used… 

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