junction pole

junction pole

[′jəŋk·shən ‚pōl]
(electricity)
Pole at the end of a transposition section of an open-wire line or the pole common to two adjacent transposition sections.
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2 additional services are planned: - realization of a post comprising: - seals, Reinforcement, Formwork and pouring: 2 m 3 , - demolition: 2 m 3 , - earthworks for future bridging beam: 3 m 3 , - opening in slab (future junction pole) / rubble removal: 0.5 m 3 , - resumption of sealing by sheets on beam: 4 m 2 , - embankment and corridor slab reconstruction (including recovery of the floor covering), - realization of engravings in tunnel: - engravings 96 ml long by 15 cm deep and 0.80 ml high at the level of the channel a, - engravure about 17 ml long by 25 cm deep and 0.80 ml high at the level of the channel-side arching 4.