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By Andrew Bell, Cyrus R. Edmonds

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Com Transportation for Civil Engineering (PE) License © Dr. Shahin A. com Transportation for Civil PE License © Dr. S. C. 58)(100) = D Ls ´ K The ratio of the two radii is: R= (A-28) r Ls = R ls (A-29) The length of the spiral is: (200)(D s ) D The deflection angle is: Ls = (A-30) l s2 D s as = 2 ´ 3 Ls (A-31) The following equation, developed in 1909 by W. H. 15 V 3 = RC (AASHTO Eq. com Transportation for Civil Engineering (PE) License © Dr. Shahin A. 15 V 3 RC (3-27) where: L = minimum length of spiral, ft; V = design speed, mph; R = curve radius, ft; C = rate of increase of lateral acceleration, ft/s3 Sample Problem A-14: Spiral Curve Given: Using 3 ft/s3 for the rate of increase of lateral acceleration.

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