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How to calculate 45 degree skew culvert?

09/14/2008 4:49 AM

how to calculate 45 degree skew culvert

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Re: stilmizhashmi@yahoo.com

09/14/2008 10:01 AM

please specify the what kind of culvert, box culvert? pipe culvert? dimensions?

what do you want to calculate? quantity calculations? cost analysis? discharge?

if reinforced pipe culvert, what is the standard length you will use? 1.00m length per piece? 1.50m length per piece?

aside from pipe collar, do you need to provide cut-off collar?

please be specific to your question.

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Re: How to calculate 45 degree skew culvert?

09/17/2008 8:44 AM

I know what I mean by a skew culvert, but describe what you mean. Is the headwall skewed? Are you trying to compute the the shape of the fill across the top? The water through the pipe does not care how the roadway arcorss the top of it is configured. All the water "sees" is the inlet, the pipe and the outlet conditions.

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