solid of revolution

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solid of revolution

[¦säl·əd əv ‚rev·ə′lü·shən]
(mathematics)
A solid that can be generated by rotating a plane area about a line.
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1, R represents the distance of one of its points from the axis of rotation x - axis , and x represents the distance of its points from the R - axis [phi] is the angle between the normal to the meridian curve and the axis of revolution.
The Revolved Protusion Class is associated with Angle, Axis of Revolution and Profile options.