grade correction

grade correction

[′grād kə‚rek·shən]
(geology)
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grade correction

A correction applied to a distance measured on a slope to reduce it to a horizontal distance between the vertical lines through its end points.
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On the other hand, the P82-million asphalt overlay of the runway and strip grade correction project has likewise been completed, while the P55-million runway widening project is set to be finished by 2020.
While its passenger terminal building has been completed, improvements on the other facilities like the asphalt overlay, strip grade correction project, and runway widening are ongoing.
Under the deal, the transportation department will allocate P688.02 million for the asphalt overlay of runway and strip grade correction of the Laoag International Airport, the runway extension of the Vigan Airport, asphalt overlay of the runway of Cotabato Airport and the construction of perimeter fence and embankment of the Sanga-Sanga (Tawi-Tawi) Airport.
This budget is dedicated to the asphalt overlay runway and strip grade correction of Laoag International Airport in locos Norte, extension of runway of Vigan Airport in Ilocos Sur, asphalt overlay of runway Cotabato Airport in Maguindanao, and construction of perimeter fence and embankment of Sanga-Sanga Airport in Tawi-tawi.
Among the projects are the P51.5-million skip grade correction and reblocking of apron pavement; P2.5-million rehabilitation of the fire station building in Kalibo, Aklan; P15 million construction of a five-story control tower in Roxas City and the construction of retaining wall to replace damage trapezoidal grouted riprapped open canal in Iloilo, P4.3 million.
If it comes from outside the window well and enters it where the well is connected to the foundation walls, grade corrections should be made to close any low spots -- a common problem -- and ensure a gentle slope away from the foundation.
The system allows auger boring crews to do grade corrections in all directions plus also swallow large material during the bore, and it let his crew displace the cobble rock and advance when the system he was using could not.