Explain the methods of solid modeling, Mechanical Engineering

Explain the Methods of solid modeling

The various methods for representing the solids are :

(i)  Half-space method

(ii)  Boundary representation method (b-rep)

(iii)  Constructive solid geometry (CSG or c-rep)

(iv)  Sweep representation

(v)  Analytical solid modeling - ASM

(vi)  Primitive instancing

(vii)  Spatial partitioning representation


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