this is going to take time. There is no quick way to do it.Second
it is going to take up a lot of room. You need to pick your location wisely. You want to be protected from the weather and you donât want to move the wreckage more than once.Third
you will have to move the wreckage to the reconstruction site. You can save yourself a lot of time by identifying and tagging parts before you move them.Fourth
the easiest time to prepare the reconstruction site is before the wreck-age arrives.There are two basic types of reconstruction; two dimensional and three di-mensional.A. tWo DImEnSIonAL REConStRuCtIon. This is by far the easiest method and the one that should be used if at all possible. Basically
the parts of whatever it is that you are examining
system or structure
are laid out on the floor in their correct relationship to each other.Figure 9-2. Sample Two-Dimensional Layout of a Fuselage Section.