DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES

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DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES

Cut one surface of the solid. Then open the

entire solid on a sheet. It is development of

surfaces. It applies to those objects made

out of a sheet. Only true lengths are used

in the development.

METHODS OF SURFACE DEVELOPMENT

  • Parallel line development

         Used in the development of prismatic objects and cylindrical objects

  • Radial line development

         Used in the development of conical and pyramids solids.

  • Triangulation development

          Used in the development of transition portions of solids.

  • Approximate method of development

          Used in the development of double or multi curved surfaces.

DEVELOP THE FOLLOWING LATERAL SURFACES 

  • Firstly development of a cubical surface

  • Secondly development of a prismatic surface

  • Thirdly development of a cylindrical surface

  • Fourthly development of a Pyramid surface

  • Fifthly development of a conical surface

  • Sixthly development of a transition surface

  • Seventhly development of a spherical surface