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## LA 211, February 4 and 11 notes

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# LA 211, February 4 and 11 notes LA 211

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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 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anne Notetaker on Sunday February 14, 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 16 views. For similar materials see Engineering 1 in Landscape Architecture at Ball State University.

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Sloping Pad LA 211 Notes taken February 4 th Review Make sure you blend existing and proposed lines. This makes a more gradual transition. Do not set levels at the .00 elevation. Visually, the contour line would have to split, and that breaks a rule. FFE = Finished Floor Elevation FFL = Finished Floor Level These labels save having to label corners. Have to label all corners for a sloping pad. Question 1: ???????? ???????? ???????? = ???????? TV = 2.1, TH = 40, PV = 0.9, PH = ? Answer: PH = 17.14 Question 2: (Slope arrows always point down slope) Find the elevations at the bottom corners of the pad. ???? ???? = ???? Slope = 6% or .06, Known elevation = 30.50, Horizontal distance = 35 feet 30.50 − ???? 0.06 = 35 X = 28.4 feet Question 3: ???????? = ???????? ???????? ???????? TV = 30.5 – 28.4 = 2.1 2.1 .5 = 35 ???????? PH = 8.33 Measure to find your contour lines. Question 4: Slope = 2.5% 1.5 .9 60 = ???????? PH = 36 Pad is flush with the ground Pad is raised Question 5: 6 inches = 0.5 feet 1.5 = .4 60 ???????? PH = 16, Measure 16 feet from 100.6 Sloping Pad 2 LA 211 th Notes taken February 11 Slope can be seen as 4% or 0.04 25:1 is also 4% 25:1 is a one foot change in 25 feet H (25) : V (1) 1 = 0.04 25 3:1 Cut 6:1 Fill 1. Visualize existing condition 2. Talk through the proposed 3. Adjust numbers and lines

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