What is triakis octahedron?
In geometry, a triakis octahedron (or trigonal trisoctahedron or kisoctahedron) is an Archimedean dual solid, or a Catalan solid. Its dual is the truncated cube.
It can be seen as an octahedron with triangular pyramids added to each face; that is, it is the Kleetope of the octahedron. It is also sometimes called a trisoctahedron, or, more fully, trigonal trisoctahedron. Both names reflect the fact that it has three triangular faces for every face of an octahedron. The tetragonal trisoctahedron is another name for the deltoidal icositetrahedron, a different polyhedron with three quadrilateral faces for every face of an octahedron.
How to Calculate Edge length of pyramid of Triakis Octahedron given inradius?
Edge length of pyramid of Triakis Octahedron given inradius calculator uses side_b =
(2-sqrt(2))*((Inradius)/(sqrt((5+2*sqrt(2))/34))) to calculate the Side B, Edge length of pyramid of Triakis Octahedron given inradius formula is defined as a straight line connecting two adjacent vertices of pyramid of triakis octahedron.
Where, side_b = Edge length of pyramid (b) of triakis octahedron. Side B and is denoted by S_{b} symbol.
How to calculate Edge length of pyramid of Triakis Octahedron given inradius using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Edge length of pyramid of Triakis Octahedron given inradius, enter Inradius (r_{i}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Edge length of pyramid of Triakis Octahedron given inradius calculation can be explained with given input values -> 12.20792 =
(2-sqrt(2))*((10)/(sqrt((5+2*sqrt(2))/34))).