design speed


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design speed

[di′zīn ‚spēd]
(civil engineering)
The highest continuous safe vehicular speed as governed by the design features of a highway.
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The PM3 has a design speed of 1,200 m/min and produces fluting, testliner, and corrugated medium with a basis weight range of 80-150 gsm.
Rethinking the design speed of our public streets so that more people can use the streets in more ways - safely and comfortably any day of the year - is not a radical idea.
The service is at present run by the HST Trains built in 1976 also known as "Intercity 125" because that is their design speed.
The new line, which will have a design speed of 350 kmph, will help reduce the journey time between the cities to just one and a half hours, reported the Arab News.
The existing roadway in this section only meets a 30 mile-per-hour design speed based on current standards.
A 1,385 km long single track line is created with a design speed of 120 km/hour and the temporary tentative deal value is approx.
Straighten curves to meet a 55 mph design speed, including the bridge approach at Wells.
SolidWorks gives ATW's Advanced Assembly Automation division the functionality and design speed to address engineering change orders on the fly, and accurately.
The new equipment will have a design speed of 3000 fpm (915 meters/min).
That kind of design speed allows our engineers to introduce better product innovations faster, helping us build on our market leadership.
The functional classification of Route 460 is Rural Principal Arterial Freeway with a minimum proposed design speed of 70 mph.