Volumes of revolution - Ruled surfaces

Volumes of revolution for objects the shape of which is symmetrical about a central axis. The wheel is a simple example of this type of 3D object. The input is a half outline, or a cross-section through the object, which is rotated about the axis by the modeller, to produce a 3D illustration.

Ruled surfaces is a simple form of modelling, where any two sections or profiles can be joined at all points by straight lines. An airfoil, or a turbine blade is a typical example where this method can be applied. Examples of various methods of CAD modelling are shown in Fig. 3.5.





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    Colin H Simmons
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