# easement curve

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easement curve
n
переходная кривая

Англо-русский строительный словарь. — М.: Русский Язык. . 1995.

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• easement curve — noun : a curve (as on a highway) whose degree of curvature is varied either uniformly or according to a definite pattern to give a gradual transition between a tangent and a simple curve which it connects or between two simple curves …   Useful english dictionary

• Easement — For spiral easements on railroads, see Track transition curve. Property law …   Wikipedia

• Track transition curve — The red Euler spiral is an example of an easement curve between a blue straight line and a circular arc, shown in green …   Wikipedia

• compound curve — noun : a curve made up of two or more circular arcs of successively shorter or longer radii, joined tangentially without reversal of curvature, and used on some railroad tracks and highways as an easement curve to provide a less abrupt transition …   Useful english dictionary

• transition curve — noun or transition spiral : easement curve …   Useful english dictionary

• vertical curve — noun : an easement curve in railroad track to connect intersecting grade lines …   Useful english dictionary

• Переходная кривая — (ПК)  элемент плана дороги, которым сопрягаются путевые прямые с круговыми кривыми и круговые кривые между собой. Содержание 1 …   Википедия

• Euler spiral — A double end Euler spiral. An Euler spiral is a curve whose curvature changes linearly with its curve length (the curvature of a circular curve is equal to the reciprocal of the radius). Euler spirals are also commonly referred to as spiros,… …   Wikipedia

• Velodrome — A velodrome is an arena for track cycling. Modern velodromes feature steeply banked oval tracks, consisting of two 180 degree circular bends connected by two straights. The straights transition to the circular turn through a moderate easement… …   Wikipedia

• Glossary of rail terminology — Rail transport Operations Track Maintenance High speed Gauge Stations …   Wikipedia