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Charles-Nicolas Peaucellier (16 June 1832 – 4 October 1919) was a French engineer who graduated from the École polytechnique. He made a career in the French army and was promoted to général de division in 1888.
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- Mathematical tutorial of the Peaucellier–Lipkin linkage
- How to draw a straight line by Daina Taimina
- Note sur le Losange Articulé du Commandant du Génie Peaucellier, destiné a remplacer le Parallélogramme de Watt (in French)
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