The Application of Curvature in Real Life

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Curvature is the amount by which a curve deviates from a straight line. It is defined in a way which relates to the tangent angle and the arc length of the curve. The curvature is of utmost significance in designing road curves and grinding workpieces. While designing road curves, its influence on road safety needs to be considered. In order to improve the efficiency without excessive wear, its influence on the size of grinding wheel requires to be considered. 


Curvature; Design of railway curves; Choose of grinding wheel; Application

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