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The steel siding/roofing comes in any length you need, and they will cut it to fit lengthwise if the ground elevation is not constant.
This approach is reported to produce more accurate results in areas of low slope as well as DEMs constructed with techniques that mistake canopy tops as the ground elevation (Ehlschlaeger 2008).
It depends on factors like ground elevation and ratio of height of pitch to that of the outfield," Fitzgerald told M AIL T ODAY .
Silver Edition -- provides all information from the Bronze edition plus Ground Elevation, Centerline, Transmit Antenna and Radio of each microwave link.
Additional new features in SewerCAD V8 XM include: * Air valves at high points in force mains, * TRex for automated ground elevation data assignment, * Tractive stress calculations, * Active topology, * Interpolating properties between elements, * Accurate variable speed pump analysis, * Improved graphing of dynamic results, * Engineering profiles in DXF, * Network navigator, * Ability to import StormCAD and SewerGEMS models, * System head curves, * Easier creation of controls, * Complex manifolded pump stations/force mains, * Great numerical stability/performance, * Enhanced graphical user interface featuring dynamic zooming, named views library, and dockable windows, * AutoCAD 2009 support.
Our hypothesis that lidar data were more likely to overestimate ground elevation in riparian areas was not supported by the results.
Once known as "The Pineapple Island," Lana'i is approximately 13 miles wide and 18 miles long, with ground elevations varying from sea level to more than 3,400 feet.
The ground elevation where wind turbines will be installed is approximately 2,800 feet above sea level.