Slope stakes are typically used in highway work, to locate the toe of slope or top of cut. If design file information is available for the road template and profile, then the slope stake routine will calculate distance and offset information for all “break points” on the template from the slope stake itself back to the centerline.
Apr 07, 2017 · Sure Revit does calculate net fill/cut etc etc, sure you have possibilities in Site Designer and other addins and sure - you really should use Civil 3D.. Right tool for the right job and so on. If you however are as me you will need from time to time to accomodate these things in Revit.
Therefore, Cut/fill ratio = 1.28/0.76 = 1.68. This cut/fill ratio is higher than the required one. If this is not acceptable, the calculation can be repeated with a lowering of 0.005 m. In the present case, we can assume that the accuracy of leveling is around 0.01 m, and hence we can accept the calculated cut/fill ratio of 1.68.
Slope stability can be generally described as the inherent structural integrity of a slope to resist failure. Failure can occur as slides, cracks and slope movement. Erosion control is intended to provide surface slope stability to protect the face of the slope and to strengthen portions of the slope below the surface by
2) Do not compensate for grade or slope. 3) Do not add or subtract small areas (i.e. corbels, sleeper slabs, etc.). 4) Dimensions A, C, and D shall be to natural ground line for new bridges on fill and to finished grade for all other structures. For elephant ear wingwalls: Shallow configuration ( ) + + = +
Information Guide 10 – Cut & Fill Affecting Other Land Where a building owner proposes to carry out building work that affects the stability of other land or premises, Section 60 of the Development Act 1993 requires the building owner to notify (by serving a notice) on the owner of the affected land of the intention to perform building work.