solid of revolution

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solid of revolution

n.
A volume generated by the rotation of a plane figure about an axis in its plane.
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Papers on three-dimensional algorithms cover numerical simulation of component vortex flows by MAH-3 code, nondegeneracy conditions for different types of grids, application of optimal grid generation algorithms to the volumes of revolution, an algorithm that constructs optimal grids in domains of the "pipeline" type and conservative remapping on hexahedral meshes.
Rising local rock band Volumes of Revolution set another kind of beat.
Other useful commands cover surfaces and volumes of revolution, secant lines, graph analysis (concavity, extrema, etc.