Here is how you can hide both
..it's called a ellipse (sorry, could not help it).
..anyhow, it's a simplified way of showing a crossection of a beam on a view, usually when there is limited space on a drawing..(old handrawing style, imho)
..you could drag your section view over your parent view?
Well, I can drag it over, but I can't remove the Notes (or I don't know how to do). Example below:
Thank you everyone for commenting
It is called local cross section which is usually shown for the reason Paul has suggested and/or when you don't want to show a full section view with section arrows, labels, etc.
It is referred to as a Revolved Section in the ASME Y14.3 standard. How often do you need to create this type of section?
What Matthew Lorono says.
They are called revolved sections.
@ Matthew, Revolved Sections are handy on shafts that vary their shape along it's length & the in place sections give a better idea of shape (provided they don't obscure other geometry of course) rather than all projected off view to one end.
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