Disc integration, also known in integral calculus as the disc method, is a means of calculating the volume of a solid of revolution of a solid-state material when integrating along the axis of revolution. This method models the resulting three-dimensional shape as a stack of an infinite number of discs of varying radius and infinitesimal thickness. It is also possible to use the same principles with rings instead of discs (the "washer method") to obtain hollow solids of revolutions.

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  • في الرياضيات، وبشكل خاص في حساب التكامل، يعتبر التكامل بالأقراص إحدى وسائل التكامل لحساب الحجوم لبعض الأجسام الصلبة عن طريق تقسيمه إلى ما يدعى بأقراص تمثيلية. تعتمد الطريقة على تمثيل الأجسام ثلاثية الأبعاد على أنها تجمع عدد غير منته من الأقراص أو الاسطوانات (بأقطار مختلفة). (ar)
  • Disc integration, also known in integral calculus as the disc method, is a means of calculating the volume of a solid of revolution of a solid-state material when integrating along the axis of revolution. This method models the resulting three-dimensional shape as a stack of an infinite number of discs of varying radius and infinitesimal thickness. It is also possible to use the same principles with rings instead of discs (the "washer method") to obtain hollow solids of revolutions. (en)
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  • Method of Disks
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  • في الرياضيات، وبشكل خاص في حساب التكامل، يعتبر التكامل بالأقراص إحدى وسائل التكامل لحساب الحجوم لبعض الأجسام الصلبة عن طريق تقسيمه إلى ما يدعى بأقراص تمثيلية. تعتمد الطريقة على تمثيل الأجسام ثلاثية الأبعاد على أنها تجمع عدد غير منته من الأقراص أو الاسطوانات (بأقطار مختلفة). (ar)
  • Disc integration, also known in integral calculus as the disc method, is a means of calculating the volume of a solid of revolution of a solid-state material when integrating along the axis of revolution. This method models the resulting three-dimensional shape as a stack of an infinite number of discs of varying radius and infinitesimal thickness. It is also possible to use the same principles with rings instead of discs (the "washer method") to obtain hollow solids of revolutions. (en)
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  • Disc integration (en)
  • تكامل بالأقراص (ar)
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