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It is found that the circle described with radius of 5730 feet has a circumference of 36,000 feet. Since there are 360° in the circle, the central angle subtended by a chord of 100 feet is, in this case, equal to 1°, and the curve is named a one degree...
A Practical Treatise on Railway Curves and Location, for Young Engineers ... - Página 7
de William Findlay Shunk - 1890 - 100 páginas
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## Methods of Location: Or, Modes of Describing and Adjusting Railway Curves ...

Samuel Wright Mifflin - 1837 - 41 páginas
...smallest angle made by a chord at its extremity, with a tangent to the curve at that extremity. 8. A compound curve is composed of two curves of different radii turning in the same direction, having a common tangent at their point of meeting. 9. This point of meeting is called the point of...
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## A practical treatise on railway curves and location: for young engineers ...

William Findlay Shunk - 1854 - 106 páginas
....106 EXPLANATI0NS. ALL railway curves are parts of circles. They are designated generally from tlieir character as simple, compound, or reverse ; and specifically...is called the point of compound curvature, or PCC A reverse curve is composed of two curves turning in different directions, and having a common tangent...
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## A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON RAILWAY CURVES AND LOCATION

WILLIAM F. SHUNK - 1869
...length of the chain in common use. It fe found that the circle described with radius of 5730 feet has^a circumference of 36,000 feet. Since there are 360°...is called the point of compound curvature, or PCC CO A reverse curve is composed of two curves turning in different directions, and having a common tangent...
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## Manual of Military Railways: 1889

Great Britain. War Office - 1889 - 95 páginas
...as simple, compound, or reverse. A simple curve is one in which the radius is the same throughout ; a compound curve is composed of two curves of different...having a common tangent at their point of meeting ; a reverse curve is composed of two curves, turning in different directions, and having a common tangent...
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## A Practical Treatise on Railway Curves and Location: For Young Engineers ...

William Findlay Shunk - 1890 - 106 páginas
...curves are parts of circles. They are designated generally from their character as simple, 3ompound, or reverse ; and specifically from the central angle...point is called the point of compound curvature, or PC 0. (7) A reverse curve is composed of two curves turning in different directions, and having a common...
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## Military Railways

William Durward Connor - 1917 - 192 páginas
...constant radius. A compound curve is one composed of two or more simple curves of different radii curving in the same direction and having a common tangent at their point of meeting. A reverse curve is composed of two simple curves curving in opposite directions and having a common...
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## Professional Papers, Edição 32

...constant radius. A compound curve is one composed of two or more simple curves of different radii curving in the same direction and having a common tangent at their point of meeting. A reverse curve is composed of two simple curves curving in opposite directions and having a common...
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