# cota de clave

## English translation: level at crown of pipe/crown level

 17:57 Dec 15, 2016
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
 Spanish term or phrase: cota de clave This is in the technical specifications for the construction of a rail line/trackbed, in the section titled PLANIMETRIA in sub-section PERFIL LONGITUDINAL. -- Incorporación de la guitarra clásica indicando cota de superficie, cota de clave, cota de carril, cota roja, P.K. y nº de sección de referencia.
 S Ben PriceSpain Local time: 15:28
 English translation:level at crown of pipe/crown level Explanation:Page 7 - Definiciones 4.24. COTA DE CLAVE Nivel del punto más alto de la sección transversal externa de una tubería o colector. http://www.emcali.com.co/documents/11733/94313/NOP-SE-RA-019... https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=bjlIpZn7jigC&pg=PA27&lpg... The level at the crown of the pipe is the Invert level plus the internal diameter of the pipe plus the pipe wall thickness. It may be necessary to use this in calculations when level measurements are taken from the crown of a pipe. http://www.arca53.dsl.pipex.com/index_files/drain7.htm I only have a confidence level of 3, because in some references the crown level is internal and in others, it's external. --------------------------------------------------Note added at 50 mins (2016-12-15 18:48:34 GMT)--------------------------------------------------Crown: Highest point of the external surface of a pipe at any cross section. http://theconstructor.org/environmental-engg/drains-and-sewe...
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level at crown of pipe/crown level

Explanation:
Page 7 - Definiciones

4.24. COTA DE CLAVE
Nivel del punto más alto de la sección transversal externa de una tubería o colector.

http://www.emcali.com.co/documents/11733/94313/NOP-SE-RA-019...

The level at the crown of the pipe is the Invert level plus the internal diameter of the pipe plus the pipe wall thickness. It may be necessary to use this in calculations when level measurements are taken from the crown of a pipe.

http://www.arca53.dsl.pipex.com/index_files/drain7.htm

I only have a confidence level of 3, because in some references the crown level is internal and in others, it's external.

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Note added at 50 mins (2016-12-15 18:48:34 GMT)
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Crown: Highest point of the external surface of a pipe at any cross section.

http://theconstructor.org/environmental-engg/drains-and-sewe...

 Helena ChavarriaSpainLocal time: 15:28Native speaker of: EnglishPRO pts in category: 152

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