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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Regulations of the embankment slope ratio of rock fill highway are shown in TABLE 2:
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.
3] to the ligand PCNPPCBHA was confirmed by the application of the slope ratio method (14) which was found 1:2.
A eficiencia biologica, baseada no GP, medida por meio da tecnica do slope ratio, mostrou retas com inclinacoes diferentes (P<0,05) para os dois tipos de oleo: GP(ODS)=0,7909+0,0119*nivel; GP(OAS)=0,7909+0,0173*nivel, [r.
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.
Occupancy of stair staircases with high-pitched lamellar parquet (steps and set-up steps), d = 10 mm, width staircase run = 132 cm, slope ratio 17/29 cm: - construction of wood exit pavement to roof terrace 2nd floor, incl D = 10 mm, height of pedestal = 30 cm,: depth of pedestal = 65 cm .
We suppose a simple soil slope without pore water, of which height is 10 m and slope ratio is 1:2.
The transconductance to subthreshold slope ratio of the devices (gmSAT/SSSAT)is high compared to published relaxed Ge FinFET devices.
f) After 40 cycles, we found that the labeling reaction, which is theoretically linear because of the absence of amplification, leveled off after about 15 cycles; therefore, calculating the slope ratios for the linear part of the trajectory allowed specific and reproducible measurement of allele ratios within the following required A:C windows: 1:1 (AC), 1:2 (ACC), and 2:1 (AAC).
75-m row width) equipment 6 m wide on 7 percent land slope, compute the cut and fill heights and the slope ratios for the frontslope and the backslope assuming a balanced cross section.