Chapter 2 includes a table of some of the convex polyhedra that he used either as hulls or to make the tunnels that drill through the hulls, or joined them together to make rings. This is a very handy reference, especially noting the nomenclature by which he refers to these figures. I have reproduced this table, and added the other Johnson solids that he used in the book, but did not include in his original table. I have also added the named non-convex figures that he used in construction, such as G3, and Z4.
After the table is the page by page listings of all the models in this chapter.
|Model||.Stel||Genus||Properties||Pages with Diagram||Pages with Description||Notes|
|S3*||.Stel||q=1||(R)(A)(Q)||11||non-orientable - aka tetrahemihexahedron|
|B4,4||.Stel||q=4||(R)(A)(Q)||13||12||non-orientable - aka cubohemioctahedron|
|B4,3||.Stel||p=1||(R)(A)(Q)||13||12||orientable self-intersecting faces - aka octahemioctahedron|
|B5,5||.Stel||q=14||(R)(A)(Q)||13||non-orientable - aka small dodecahemidodecahedron|
|B5,3||.Stel||q=6||(R)(A)(Q)||13||non-orientable - aka small icosihemidodecahedron|
|E4*||.Stel||q=8||(R)(A)(Q)||13||non-orientable - aka small rhombihexahedron|
|E4**||.Stel||p=3||(R)(A)(Q)||13||orientable self-intersecting faces - aka small cubicuboctahedron|
|E5*||.Stel||q=20||(R)(A)(Q)||13||non-orientable - aka small rhombidodecahedron|
|E5**||.Stel||p=9||(R)(A)(Q)||13||orientable self-intersecting faces - aka small dodecicosidodecahedron|
|Q3gQ3 / gQ3Q3||.Stel||1||(R)(A)||18||orientable self-intersecting faces|
Disclaimer: These pages are dedicated to B.M. Stewart. They are intended to be used by readers of his book to better illustrate his ideas in three dimensions. His book has tons of information that I do not intend to represent here, and I highly encourage anyone interested in this subject to buy the book. If you like my illustrations, please let me know. And if you are interested in a particular Stewart Toroid being modeled, please let me know and I will do what I can.
Thanks also to Robert Webb for his very cool "Stella" program. I have used it extensively to generate VRML files for my site. It is a great tool for rapid exploration of augmentations and excavations of polyhedra (among other things).