alexa Single Reverse and Unsymmetrical Vertical Curve for Highways Utilizing Quintic Polynomial Equation of Odd Powers

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Single Reverse and Unsymmetrical Vertical Curve for Highways Utilizing Quintic Polynomial Equation of Odd Powers

Parabolic curves are traditionally used in highway vertical alignment design because their properties make the analysis of curve characteristics easier. For example, a parabola has a constant rate of change in grade that makes the calculation of curve offsets and elevations easier. This feature was useful many years ago, when the calculations were performed manually. With computers, however, the extra mathematical calculations exhibited by the new curve are not an issue.

 
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