degree of curve

degree of curve

[di′grē əv ′kərv]
(civil engineering)
A measure of the curvature of a railway or highway, equal to the angle subtended by a 100-foot (32.8-meter) chord (railway) or by a 100-foot arc (highway).
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Tenders are invited for Removal Of 2 (Two) Nos Permanent Speed Restriction By Reducing The Degree Of Curve From 3 To 2 At Km 130/0-4 & 136/7-137/2 Between Jamunamukh-Jugijan.
Company's PosiGrip accumulation conveyor can be configured to convey product around virtually any degree of curve, while maintaining non-contact, zero pressure accumulation.
The Posi-Grip accumulation conveyor features non-contact, zero pressure accumulation that stages from the discharge end around virtually any degree of curve.
Cucumbers, for example, have been classified into A and B classes in accordance with the degree of curve in their shape, with the A label given to the straighter type, and into L and M classes according to their length and weight.
At each site, the degree of curve was determined by measuring the offset in inches from edgeline to the midpoint of a 18.
Company's accumulation conveyor features non-contact, zero pressure accumulation that stages from the discharge end around virtually any degree of curve.