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G��bM��$�����Q��<6L&�&1A�T���J��!�;��t�@a���b�P�o�����`�}���}v�N���0Sh�C4q���7�����1c�@��d�P. Parking space design and a great commercial parking area is the prime convenience advantage of the office complex over the central business district. 3, with the illustrated upper member, a similar scale 100a is provided along edge 61 to allow computation of bumper dimensions when using the apertures 35-39. B����+�e^�n� 4. A calculator for facilitating the layout of parking lot stalls of desired length and width at a desired angle. The scale along the axis 40, as well as the corresponding scale in the grid 43 are used to read the calculated orthogonal width dimensions 88 and 92 (to be described below). It will now be appreciated that what has been achieved is a calculator which not only simplifies the laying out of parking lot stalls, but also increases the accuracy with which such stalls may be laid out. 1 shows the calculator at about actual size, indicating that the instrument is sufficiently small to be easily carried and manipulated, but large enough to be accurately read. The upper member 22 is then installed on the base 21 with a "nominal width" aperture over the pivot pin 23 to make an initial calculation. ��.Y�?>����de�����Â���6�H0��͡,Z�ڷ�*��mm6̻D��)4�!�z�8��k�ճh�@w� W�G���!�B$D����M��;d�S�wM=ՅO��&��=8�.���H`�1�Ω����ljj�����w�_�C���g��508�V���l���UF ����ٱ��pa�%��e���W�$�+�?rʫN�i��G[�5ҝ����p1s�b�.7���;����5*���UF�mm:���'�X�c�$� ��0�t�0���9����>���j���t� Hand manipulated computing devices characterised by a specific application, Hand manipulated computing devices in which a straight or curved line has to be drawn from given points on one or more input scales to one or more points on a result scale, Method and device for space-saving parking of motor vehicles, Laser gauging system and component parts therefor, Method and system for automatically performing a study of a multidimensional space, Optical position measurement system employing one or more linear detector arrays, Tape measure for determining the centerpoint of a distance, Method of measuring a vehicular frame to determine alignment, Optical device, and method of measuring the dimension of object using optical device, Combination tape measure and range finder, Measuring fracture orientation at exposed rock faces by using a non-reflector total station, Top reading rule using blades with directional arrows, Device and method to define angles on a workpiece, Contract estimating system utilizing a digitizing ruler. The intersection of the angular alignment line 72 and the desired length line 65 (the 20 foot line) defines a point 80 which when transferred to the grid 43 determines the orthogonal length on the length scale 41 and the initial or partial width necessary to establish the desired angle on the width scale 40. Reserve: Reserves restricted to parking must meet parking stall requirements listed in the building code. Additional intermediate indicators would be ruled, in relationship to the sole pivot point, to cover the entire desired scale graduated in the appropriate increments. Reading such scales in the present example yields an orthogonal length 85 of 18 feet-8 inches and an initial or partial width 88 of 6 feet-9 inches. 6.C.1.B, SharedParkingor is allowed pursuant to Art. Good parking lot will maximize the total number of parking spaces in the space available with the following considerations: • The parking layout should provide cont inuous flow of traffic through the lot. Similarly, the apertures 35-39 are related to the edge 61 for stall widths indicated adjacent those apertures. The initial width dimension 88, may then be subtracted from the total length of the base line 81 to determine the dimension available for accommodating stalls. FIG. 0000021151 00000 n
The factors to consider in a parking lot layout include: parking lot size, pavement, parking space angles in consideration to level of vehicle turnover, accessibility requirements (ex. The two main design criteria for parking lots are a minimum light level and a certain uniformity ratio. a. In carrying out that aim, it is an object of the invention to provide a calculator for laying out stalls in a parking lot, which relates desired stall length, width and angle to orthogonal dimensions associated with the axis of the lot, so that the stalls may be accurately laid out using no more than a simple measuring tape and marker. Disabled parking will generally be located as close as possible to an available curb ramp. Signs and Markings. [Ord. In the foregoing illustration the stall lines 89, 89a are each 20 feet in length, indicated by the segment 93. The calculator includes a first member having orthogonal length and width scales as well as angle indicators relating to desired stall angle. The calculator as set forth in claim 4 wherein said reference means on said second member crosses the width axis of said first member to indicate the repetitive stall width. choosing the number and size of special parking spaces in accordance with the likely demand created by the attraction . It is seen that any point on the grid defines a particular length and width dimension, for example the point labeled 80 indicating a length of 18 feet-8 inches and a width of 6 feet- 9 inches. Select and Re-Calculate to display. A chalk line is snapped to connect these points, and thus defines end line 86, establishing the orthogonal bay length. 0000001060 00000 n
In view of the foregoing, it is a general aim of the present invention to provide a calculator for simplifying the layout of parking lots by calculating orthogonal dimensions related to the axis of the lot which may be easily and accurately laid out. Turning now to the drawings, FIG. To use this calculated data to lay out the stall array, the dimensions are transferred to the lot itself, illustrated schematically in FIG. 3, there is shown a scale 100 along the edge 60, emanating from the zero length line 62 and graduated in terms of lineal measure, in the instant case feet and inches. In other words, all that is involved is simply repeating the 9 foot-8 inch dimension along the lines 81, 86. (B) • Determine the percentage of gross public assembly uses (Gross Public Assembly/AGA X 100%). As will become more apparent, setting the calculator up to solve a particular problem (such as the layout of FIG. How many spaces you can fit in your parking layout depends in part on the dimension of each space. x�b`````�� �&���Y8����A������C�� e6�k���Z�y�6�3h��020��i& �bV�d&�8�o� ���
If parking spaces are angled, the width of the individual parking spaces are reduced to 9 feet and the width of the one-way traffic lanes are reduced, resulting in approximately 162 spaces per acre. Land Transport New Zealand - Part 13 Parking Control; NZS 4121: 2001 Design for Access and Mobility Buildings and Associated Facilities; The Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 2890.1:2004 If the gross public assembly exceeds 20%, a parking surcharge will be required. Parking Layout Dimensions. • Determine the area of gross public assembly uses that exceeds 20%. In the typical case, surveying equipment is not available, and the workers are left to experiment or guess in order to approximate the desired stall angle. Use of this scale is illustrated in FIG. The calculator as set forth in claim 2 wherein said reference means on said second member crosses the width axis of said first member to indicate the repetitive stall width. 1. It is emphasized that using the calculated orthogonal striking dimensions rather than the desired dimensions, all measurements on the lot are made either along defined axes or in right angle relationship thereto. ramps), lighting design, landscaping, drainage, and overall traffic flow including that of pedestrians. A calculator for facilitating the layout of parking lot stalls of desired length and width at a desired angle. The minimum width for public use parking spaces is 9 feet by 19 feet. This invention relates to mechanical calculators, and more particularly to such a device for calculating striking dimensions in laying out parking lot stalls. A series of angle indicia 50-55 emanate from the origin 23 toward the grid 43, and are calibrated in terms of desired stall angle. There are three basic patterns of parking lot layouts. Layout Software Layout software, like ParkCAD, helps you decide the best placement of parking spaces in your lot. Start with a 90 degree angle from the curb, measure out the distance from curb, measure over the offset, connect the two points, and you now have the exact angle you need. It accommodates for curves and unusable spaces, helps you calculate how many spots you can fit in your lot, taking vehicle size into consideration. ��G��)s���eY�^r�d�E�������\uzW�Ǿ#����,�"��< Referring to FIG. 4) involves positioning of one of the apertures 30-39 over the pivot pin 23 and rotating the top member 22 with respect to the base 21 according to a set of desired conditions in order to calculate layout dimensions. Fraction Precision Set 1/8 1/16 1/32 1/64 Decimal Inch Metric All Inch inputs and dimensions are actual physical finished sizes (unless otherwise noted) The upper member 22 is rotated with respect to the base member 21 until the desired length line (at the point it intersects the line emanating from the nominal width aperture) intersects the available bay length dimension 85 on the grid 43. 4 schematically illustrates a parking lot laid out with the calculator as adjusted in FIG. Rehabilitation facilities that specialize in treating mobility-related conditions and outpatient physical therapy facilities need 20% of patient/visitor spaces to be accessible. 3 shows the upper member of the calculator of FIG. startxref
2. For example, if two bays and an aisle are required in a lot of given width, the aisle width is subtracted from the lot width, and the remainder divided by 2 to determine the orthogonal length available for each bay, the dimension previously referred to as 85. The scale along the axis 41 as carried into the grid 43 is used to read calculated orthogonal length dimensions 85 (which will also be described below). ԋy֪`��w�ة>J�|2�J�� V��9t�q}� �����0a�^�W��~żwӘ7��#����;����vN8�+
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Residential Parking Design 29 Powered Two Wheeler Parking Design 45 Cycle Parking Design 47 4. A parking ratio is a comparison of parking spots available at a building to the square footage of floor space. According to a mathematics professor at the University of Salford, parking lots should use an angled-space design. Initially, it is necessary to define or determine the initial conditions. Knowing the lot dimensions, the calculator is used not only to calculate the necessary angle, but also the orthogonal dimensions necessary for achieving such angle. For example, if the aperture 30 is taken as the sole pivot point, and in the scale given, the reference line 79 would become the 9 foot indicator, the reference line 78 the 8 foot-6 inch indicator, and so on. 4. In order to allow reading of the scales on the lower member through the upper member, at least the upper member should be made of transparent material such as plexiglas. A further scale on the upper member comprises a series of lines 63, 64, 65 graduated in terms of desired stall length. 0000000856 00000 n
Parking Lot Striping, also known as Traffic Markings, provides organized traffic flow and clearly marked parking stalls and areas for vehicles to park. ON‐SITE PARKING 1. 90 Degree Parking • Most efficient use of space (most parking spaces per square foot of parking) • Accommodates two-way traffic • An aisle of 26' is required. 1 and 4. This dimension is transferred to the lot to define what may be termed a forward bumper line in the following manner. A second member is pivotable on the first, and includes indicia related to desired stall length and width. The lines 81 and 82 are the base references along which the stalls are to be laid out, and may be considered analogous to the base lines 40, 41. A chalk line is then snapped connecting these points to define a forward bumper line 104. It should be noted that FIG. 2, the lower member 21 is shown in greater detail, including the pivot pin 23 located at the origin of a pair of orthogonal axes formed of base lines 40, 41. More and more parking lots are being laid out to accurately define the area available for each parked vehicle by painting lines on the surface of the lot to define respective parking stalls. For the sake of simplicity, the scale 100a is not shown in FIG. !�?4�����3��š|&���G&ϕ�a�S���;$�J�rv?���ۜ�3�����
\����[� 4{��d����;Aw^�6O9�Ů�d6f�W_#7A0��Q Compute the paved area required for parking by multiplying the required number of stalls by the estimated land area per stall. This module lists and displays dimensions for surface parking lots with common stall orientation angles. ��)��8v*F���650d='պ�'�_-�.7��0��G��*'�Br �+w�SS�E��Ӭ�h����X�Rh�1q����5���ǍNbؓ`#e��v��}�Tʴ��J���v�I�ɟ5k?��gJ�W��l@M��Q���-L��x�C�To Using chalk lines to connect associated points results in the layout of the remaining stall lines 89a. �&��eã�}f��/+ۄ:L���նh�����40�����$���\R� H���b���2JK �O[ �������s ���=sz�ѐ��m��K��.��2�%juL���Y{EY�;t�y�]p�E�l[yE�U��E��c�==����wa
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In the illustrated embodiment, the upper member includes a plurality of apertures 30-39 located with respect to indicia on the scale (in this case one of the scale edges) to establish a desired stall width. Laying out of a parking lot for the purposes of maximizing the number of stalls, or providing a desired number of stalls of a specified length and width at a specified angle is not an easy task. 0000021644 00000 n
1 is a plan view showing a calculator constructed in accordance with the present invention; FIG. (Though, as we’ll discuss, there are many other elements you’ll need to include in your layout — parking spaces are just one.) 0000002107 00000 n
According to standard access guidelines, parking spaces for RVs with a lift must be at least 20 feet wide in order to give room to lower the lift and get mobility devices (such as a wheelchair) off of it. On top of that, each type of land use, whether it’s for offices, manufacturing or wholesaling, has its own rules to calculate the parking spaces required per square meter. Furthermore, the calculator may be manipulated to "fine tune" the calculated dimensions for maximizing the number of stalls and to eliminate wasted space at the end of the bay. The calculator as set forth in claim 2 wherein said second member further includes bumper scale means along said reference means and having an origin at said zero length line, said bumper scale means intersecting the width scale of said first member to calculate a forward bumper line dimension for facilitating layout of bumpers in said stalls. As can be expected, an inordinate amount of time is usually expended in laying out the first stall in a bay. A suggested parking requirement for such neighborhood centers is 2:1 (two square feet of parking area to one square foot of net floor selling space) which is the same as saying 6.7 car spaces per 1,000 square feet of floor space (if each car is presumed to require 300 square feet of parking area). Table of Contents. 6 19
In many situations the desired length, width and angle are not predetermined, but must be calculated to achieve a particular requirement, such as the maximum number of stalls in a given area. It is noted that a 18 to 20 foot aisle is generally considered to be the "standard aisle". The difficulty in laying out the desired dimensions directly will now be apparent. 1; and. The factors to consider in a parking lot layout include: parking lot size, pavement, parking space angles in consideration to level of vehicle turnover, accessibility requirements (ex. 0000004562 00000 n
Whether there will be wasted space at the end of the bay is often not determined until the final stall line is struck. The calculator as set forth in claim 2 wherein said alignment indicia of the selected width pivot point and said desired stall length scale intersect at a point defining in said grid the orthogonal stall length and partial stall width for laying out said desired angle. 1, thereby to define the second requirement. Chalk lines 105 are then snapped from the intersection of the forward bumper line 104 and the respective stall lines 89, 89a to the origin of the next adjacent stall line. Parking Standards for Use Classes 51 Parking Standards for Use A calculator for laying out parking lot stalls to calculate orthogonal dimensions for length and width to achieve a desired stall length and width at a desired angle comprising a first member having a pair of orthogonal axes and pivot means at the origin thereof, length and width scales emanating from said origin and along respective ones of said axes to form a grid over at least a portion of said member, desired angle indicia emanating from said origin at respective angular increments toward said grid; a second member having a plurality of pivot points individually associatable with said pivot means, reference means on said second member for associating said pivot points with respective ones of said desired stall widths, said pivot points falling in a zero length line, desired length scale means on said second member parallel to said zero length line related to respective ones of said desired stall lengths, alignment indicia on said second member emanating from respective ones of said pivot points and being perpendicular to said desired length scale means, individual ones of said pivot points being associatable with said pivot means on said first member for establishing a desired stall width, lining up of the alignment indicia of the selected width pivot point with the desired stall angle on said first member causing said desired width and length means of said second member to intersect said width and length scales of said first member to read the orthogonal dimensions of stall length and width to achieve the desired stall length and width at the desired angle. While the invention will be described in connection with a preferred embodiment, there is no intent to limit it to that embodiment. Occupants . Turning now to FIG. [Ord. 28’ PAE: Parallel parking spaces located on a PAE must be 20 long and 8 feet wide. 1 shows the assembled calculator 20 comprising a pair of scale carrying members, namely a lower member 21 and an upper member 22. As suggested by the reversed numerals adjacent the apertures 35-39, when these apertures are used, the scale is flipped over to associate a selected one of the apertures with the pivot point, the edge 61 then becoming the reference indicator. Health Care Facilities: a. Guesswork with regard to setting up angles is eliminated, and all dimensions are laid out on orthogonal axes, and may be set up using no more than a measuring tape. Places of worship. The lines 63, 64, 65 are parallel to line 62 and scaled therefrom so as to be related to common desired stall lengths of 18, 19 and 20 feet. In this position, and without further adjustment, all of the dimensions necessary to lay out the stall pattern illustrated in FIG. 0000016942 00000 n
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Source: UFC 3-210-02: POV Site Circulation and Parking, with Change 1, January 2004. The ParkCAD software helps you to automatically create combinations of row layouts, rotations and positions to achieve the optimal result. On lots containing morethan one use, the total number of required parking spaces shall be equal to thesum of the required parking for each use as if provided separately, unlessshared parking is approved pursuant to Art. A second member is pivotable on the first, and includes indicia related to desired stall length and width. Check out the ADA National Network’s Accessible Parking Fact Sheet for more information. 1; FIG. <]>>
The line 89 thus constructed is the first stall line and intersects the base line 81 (as well as the end line 86) at an angle of 70Â°, indicated at 91. 1. C. Parking Design . ���(ܲ iyOju;��_�? Emanating from the apertures 30-39, and running perpendicular to the lines 62-65 are a series of lines 70-79 which comprise alignment means for aligning the upper member with a desired angle on the lower member for calculating the orthogonal striking dimensions. Other objects and advantages will become apparent with reference to the following detailed description when taken in conjunction with the drawings in which: FIG. Angled On-Street Parking a. ���.���mU��?�-�-�w�ӶGC6���ſ�J��~`�ǃH��~��8#X����� A chalk line 89 is then snapped from the point 87 to the intersection 90 of the base lines 81, 82. For example, if a stall width of 9 feet is desired, the aperture 32 is positioned over the pivot pin and the edge 60 serves as the indicator for this stall width. 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