I'm trying to find the equation of a curve in R3 where k=t=a/(s^2+b) where k is the curvature, t is the torsion and a,b are constants contained in R. I've spent weeks on this problem and at the moment it's driving me nuts since I always seem to end up with an impossible integral. Any help or hints would be much appreciated. Thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Curvature, torsion problem

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