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## LA 211, Week 4, Feb 2 notes

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# LA 211, Week 4, Feb 2 notes LA 211

Anne Notetaker
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Engineering 1
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Malcolm Cairns, Peter Ellery
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LA 211
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anne Notetaker on Sunday February 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to LA 211 at Ball State University taught by Malcolm Cairns, Peter Ellery in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see Engineering 1 in Landscape Architecture at Ball State University.

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Date Created: 02/07/16
Grading LA 211 Notes taken February 2 nd Proposed: pencil Existing: ink Grading – moving land around; guide for reshaping landform What we will do: 1. Creating slightly level places (sloping) 2. Grade to direct circulation (make a path or road) 3. Grade to accommodate drainage Review  Contours close on themselves with concentric circles o contours don’t stop o Contours don’t cross (points cannot be two elevations at once) o Contours don’t overlap  You will always be able to count contours consecutively  Must assume grading plans are accurate  Soft surfaces – graded to nearest tenth of a foot (0.1)  Hard Surfaces – graded to the nearest hundredth of a foot (0.01)  Dotted line = existing  Solid line = proposed (when drawing a proposed contour, always start proposed line at a dot and end it at a dot)

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