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Discussion Forum : Highway Engineering - Section 4 (Q.No. 46)
46.
Degree of a road curve is defined as the angle in degrees subtended at the centre by an arc of
10 metres
20 metres
25 metres
30 metres
50 metres
Answer: Option
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Ajay sharma said:   7 years ago
The most common type of horizontal curve used to connect intersecting tangent (or straight) sections of highways or railroads are Circular curves. In most countries, two methods of defining circular curves are in use: the first, in general use in railroad work, defines the degree of curve of the central angle subtended by a chord of 100 ft (30.48 m) in length; the second, used in highway work, defines the degree of curve as the central angle subtended by an arc of 100 ft (30.48 m) in length.

Vivek said:   7 years ago
The degree of curve is the central angle subtended by an arc (arc basis) or chord (chord basis) of one station. It will define the sharpness of the curve. In English system, 1 station is equal to 100 ft. In SI, 1 station is equal to 20 m. It is important to note that 100 ft is equal to 30.48 m not 20 m.

Rakhi mahajan said:   6 years ago
30 is correct because the degree of road curve is the central angle subtended by an arc of length 30m.

Vetan said:   4 years ago
Both B and D options.
Degree of a curve for a 20m arc 1146/D.
For 30m arc 1719/D.
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Imran khan said:   7 years ago
30 is the correct option according to the definition.

Rose said:   7 years ago
How?

According to me, the correct answer is 30m.

MILI said:   2 years ago
30metres should be the right answer.

Gajen jha said:   7 years ago
30 m should be the correct answer.

Chandra Badu said:   2 years ago
30 should be the correct answer.

Khan said:   3 years ago
30 metres os the correct answer.


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