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Discussion Forum : Highway Engineering - Section 5 (Q.No. 1)
1.
If a Lemniscate curve of transition throughout is introduced to connect two parallel roads, the maximum polar angle of the curve, is
10°
15°
20°
30°
45°
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Dharani said:   3 years ago
Anyone can tell me the Lemniscate curve formula?

Khattak said:   3 years ago
Polar angle = δ/6 = 180 deg/6.
= 30deg.

Arup Mandal said:   3 years ago
Because beyond 30&ddeg; Lemniscate curve is not uniform.

Aakash said:   4 years ago
Polar angle --- deflection /6.
= 180/6 = 30.
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Roy said:   5 years ago
Can anyone explain the answer properly?

Sri said:   6 years ago
As parallel, so 180°/6=30°.

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