Geometry Home Cross-Sections of Standard Beams Common Beams Applications Beam Bending Geometric Shapes Common Areas Choose A New Solid Choosen solid Useful Geometry Resources Bibliography        Browse all » Properties of Hemispherical Shell Centroid from yz-planeCx Centroid from zx-planeCy Centroid from xy-planeCz   Surface Area Lateral Area + Base Area Volume Mass   Mass Moment of Inertiaabout the x axis Ixx Mass Moment of Inertiaabout the y axis Iyy Mass Moment of Inertiaabout the z axis Izz   Radius of Gyration about the x axiskxx Radius of Gyration about the y axiskyy Radius of Gyration about the z axiskzz   Moment of Inertia about the centroidal x axis ( xc ) IXcXc Moment of Inertia about the centroidal y axis ( yc ) IYcYc Moment of Inertia about the centroidal z axis ( zc ) IZcZc   Radius of Gyration about the centroidal x axis ( xc ) kXcXc Radius of Gyration about the centroidal y axis ( yc ) kYcYc Radius of Gyration about the centroidal z axis ( zc ) kZcZc   NOTE: is the mass of the body. All equations use the outer radius of the shell. is the thickness of the shell and is assumed small. :is the density of the body. If , the approximate calculated volume is no more than 10.7% larger than the exact volume. For exact results use the Sphere equations for the outer and inner radii. All of the above results assume that the body has constant density. For none constant density see the general integral forms of Mass, Mass Moment of Inertia, and Mass Radius of Gyration.
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