Causeways, Mechanical Engineering

Paved Dips:

Paved dips, also known as bed level causeways, are structures consisting of gentle and shallow depressions in the road where the water is allowed to flow over the road. The full road width is paved with a cement concrete bed, and curtain walls are provided on the upstream and downstream sides to prevent scour (Figure).


Figure : Typical Paved Dip

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