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Determining snow capacity of snow protection facilities on roads in the mountainous area / Sniego apsaugos įrenginių naudojimas kalnuotose kelių vietovėse

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The article deals with the snow capacity of snow protection facilities. The purpose of the given work is to determine the snow capacity of snow protection facilities on roads in the mountainous area. To carry out theoretical studies there were applied analytical methods. The article presents a general form of formulas for determining the snow-retaining capacity and the snow capacity of snow protection facilities through well-known geometrical parameters and there were offered protective means against snowdrift.


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Straipsnyje aptarimas sniego apsaugos įrenginių naudojimas kalnuotų vietovių keliuose. Darbo tikslas – sniego apsaugos įrenginių efektyvumo skaičiavimai ir jų pritaikymas kalnuotuose kelio ruožuose. Atliekant teorinius tyrimus buvo taikyti analizės metodai. Straipsnyje pateikiamos pagrindinės sniego apsaugos įrenginių ir sniego sulaikymo pajėgumo kalnuotuose kelių ruožuose skaičiavimo formulės, išreikštos gerai žinomais geometriniais parametrais. Buvo pasiūlyta apsauga nuo sniego pusnių.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: sniegas, sniego sulaikymo pajėgumas, sniego apsaugos įrenginiai, sniego užklotas, kelias, kalnuotos vietovės, pusnis.

Keyword : snow, snow-retaining capacity, snow protection facility, snow sediment, road, mountainous area

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