intersection point


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intersection point

[‚in·tər′sek·shən ‚pȯint]
(civil engineering)
That point where two straights or tangents to a railway or road curve would meet if extended.
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The intersection points between rivers and contours should coincide with the valley points.
5) of radio wave propagation of 88 antennas have been simulated employing the above described method thus determining the intersection points (Fig.
Drill holes in intersection points and screw into place.
Finally, construct the line through S perpendicular to B'P and call the intersection point A'.
As a critical operator, it provides the internet access needs of Iran, Iraq, Georgia, and Northern Cyprus, positioning Istanbul as the intersection point of the global communications network.
Knowing the values of parameters a and q we determine the area in which there is he intersection point of the values of these parameters: if this point falls on the hatched diagram area, then the system state is unstable.
In addition, six RB211 compressor packages have been ordered for the 2,450-km Western section of Line 2, which is being constructed to transport gas from the Chinese border with Kazakhstan in the west to Zhongwei, the intersection point between the regions of Ningxia, Gansu and Inner Mongolia.
Due to the necessity of horizontal curvatures in the design and in order to minimize drilling side stresses, the intersection point was located nearer to Tanners Point, which is approximately 2,300 feet from the bulkhead, or about one-third of the total distance.
One could choose a specific hyperplane to use in determining the intersection point (an approach described in the appendix).
The x-distance between the intersection point and the beginning of the straight die region is L.