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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We calculate the two intersection points of the line [l.
Based on an interpolated point, geometrical rays in the horizontal and vertical directions are used to intersect with two neighboring contour lines, thus producing a total of eight intersection points in four directions (Figure 3).
The first intersection point P of initial geodesic with the hazardous circle is (47.
i], and then we generally choose an intersection point depending on this orientation.
These intersection points will only exist for elements of [-15,15] that are smaller than or equal s/zoom.
The intersection point between C1C7 and C3C5 will be considered as the DIP for this object.
In Baliuliai, a small hill similar to a huge barrow lay at the intersection point of the burial orientation azimuths, while in Persaukstis Kasciukai II this spot has been covered by a road and completely destroyed.
radiated power at the intersection point (dBm); EIRP-effective isotropic radiated power of the antenna (dBm); [L.
3] (the prism's lateral surface); considering P' as the intersection point between the line OP and the frontier of the prism, and taken among the intersection points that point P which is the closest to P; this case is entirely consistent with Dr.
The incident vector at the intersection point on the inner surface of the radome is established by the direction of the Poynting vector [5]
He said Turkey and Greece, being the two countries located in the intersection point of the Middle East and the Balkans, could assume pioneering role for prosperity and cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean region.