slope ratio

slope ratio

Relation of horizontal distance to vertical rise or fall; e.g., 2 ft horizontal to 1 ft vertical is designated 2 to 1 or 2:1.
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The required masses are obtained to the north of the incision by leveling the existing there elevations and use of the southern cutting slope to a slope ratio of 1: 6.
For example, a Nanyang expansive soil cutting slope had an average slope ratio of 1: 2 (V : H), and the calculated factor of safety was 2.7 using the universal shear strength parameters; however, the surficial failure of the slope occurred, and even though the slope was flattened to 1 : 4, a sliding failure still happened [1].
Regulations of the embankment slope ratio of rock fill highway are shown in TABLE 2:
The hard constraints including gain, voltage swing ratio (VSR), and signal slope ratio (SSR) must not be violated.
The new access will consist of a cable-concrete ramp from Willow Street to the concrete embankment at the river with a 3-to-1 slope ratio and separated segments that would provide traction.
The slope ratio, [k.sub.[sc/amb]]/[k.sub.[sh/amb]], is equal to 1/1.5.
The ratio of the metal [Iron.sup.+3] to the ligand PCNPPCBHA was confirmed by the application of the slope ratio method (14) which was found 1:2.
Foi tambem feita analise de regressao para os niveis de oleo, com relacao aos dois tipos de oleo (slope ratio tecnique), permitindo a interpretacao da eficiencia biologica do OAS em substituicao ao ODS.
[S.sub.b] = 6/0.33 + 0.07 x 6 = 8.0 or 8:1 slope ratio
The relative biological value (RBV) of the Fe powders was determined (2) using the AOAC hemoglobin repletion/ slope ratio method (3) in 220 weanling, male Sprague-Dawley rats.