06
Jun
07

Richmond’s Minimal Surface

I learned about this minimal surface from Brian Johnston’s website. Here is some Mathematica code:

(* runtime: 2 seconds *)
Richmond[n_, z_] := {-1/(2z) - z^(2n + 1)/(4n + 2), -I/(2z) + I z^(2n + 1)/(4n + 2), z^n/n};
ParametricPlot3D[Re[Richmond[5, r Exp[I theta]]], {r, 0.53, 1.187}, {theta, 0, 2Pi}, PlotPoints -> {25, 180}, Compiled -> False]

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