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elevation of point x distant from PVC(point of vertical curvature)
Elevation of point x distance from PVC= Elevation of PVC+(Grade at beginning of curve*Distance of any point on the curve from the PVC)+(1/2)*(Rate of change of grade*Distance of any point on the curve from the PVC^2) GO
grade at beginning of curve when elevation of point x distant from PVC is given
Grade at beginning of curve=(Elevation of point x distance from PVC-Elevation of PVC-(1/2)*Rate of change of grade*Distance of any point on the curve from the PVC^2)/Distance of any point on the curve from the PVC GO
Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve
Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve= Elevation of PVC-((Grade at beginning of curve^2)/(2*Rate of change of grade)) GO
Rate of change of grade when distance from PVC to lowest point on a sag curve is given
Rate of change of grade= -(Grade at beginning of curve/Distance from PVC to lowest point on a sag curve) GO
Distance from PVC to Lowest Point on a Sag Curve
Distance from PVC to lowest point on a sag curve= -(Grade at beginning of curve/Rate of change of grade) GO
Rate of change of grade in parabolic curves
Rate of change of grade= (Grade at end of curve-Grade at beginning of curve)/ Length of curve GO
Length of curve when rate of change of grade is given in parabolic curves
Length of curve= (Grade at end of curve-Grade at beginning of curve)/Rate of change of grade GO
Elevation of PVI(point of vertical intersection) when elevation of PVC is given
Elevation of PVI= Elevation of PVC+(1/2)*(Length of curve*Grade at beginning of curve) GO
Elevation of PVC(point of vertical curvature)
Elevation of PVC= Elevation of PVI-(1/2)*(Length of curve*Grade at beginning of curve) GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Elevation of PVC(point of vertical curvature)
Elevation of PVC= Elevation of PVI-(1/2)*(Length of curve*Grade at beginning of curve) GO

Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given Formula

Elevation of PVC= Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve+((Grade at beginning of curve^2)/(2*Rate of change of grade))
E<sub>0</sub>= E<sub>s</sub>+((<sub>1</sub>^2)/(2*R<sub>))
More formulas
Rate of change of grade in parabolic curves GO
Length of curve when rate of change of grade is given in parabolic curves GO
Elevation of PVC(point of vertical curvature) GO
Elevation of PVI(point of vertical intersection) when elevation of PVC is given GO
elevation of point x distant from PVC(point of vertical curvature) GO
grade at beginning of curve when elevation of point x distant from PVC is given GO
Distance from PVC to Lowest Point on a Sag Curve GO
Rate of change of grade when distance from PVC to lowest point on a sag curve is given GO
Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve GO

What is elevation of PVC?

Elevation of PVC(point of vertical curvature) can be describes as the tangent intersection point of the curvature.generally elevation of roads can be measured with length.

How to Calculate Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given?

Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given calculator uses Elevation of PVC= Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve+((Grade at beginning of curve^2)/(2*Rate of change of grade)) to calculate the Elevation of PVC, The Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given formula is defined as the elevation from the beginning point of the parabolic curve. Elevation of PVC and is denoted by E0 symbol.

How to calculate Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given, enter Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve (Es), Grade at beginning of curve (1) and Rate of change of grade (R and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 16 = 15+((10^2)/(2*50)).

FAQ

What is Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given?
The Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given formula is defined as the elevation from the beginning point of the parabolic curve and is represented as E0= Es+((1^2)/(2*R or Elevation of PVC= Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve+((Grade at beginning of curve^2)/(2*Rate of change of grade)). Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve can be describes as the point at which the tangent intersection point, Grade at beginning of curve can be described as the grade at the beginning of the parabolic curve and Rate of change of grade is a rate that describes how one grade changes in relation to another.
How to calculate Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given?
The Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given formula is defined as the elevation from the beginning point of the parabolic curve is calculated using Elevation of PVC= Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve+((Grade at beginning of curve^2)/(2*Rate of change of grade)). To calculate Elevation of PVC when elevation of lowest point on a sag curve is given, you need Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve (Es), Grade at beginning of curve (1) and Rate of change of grade (R. With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve, Grade at beginning of curve and Rate of change of grade and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Elevation of PVC?
In this formula, Elevation of PVC uses Elevation of lowest point on a sag curve, Grade at beginning of curve and Rate of change of grade. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Elevation of PVC= Elevation of PVI-(1/2)*(Length of curve*Grade at beginning of curve)
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