Aan- en uitloop

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Dutch[edit | edit source]

  • aan- en uitloop (context: paver, road construction)

English[edit | edit source]

  • run-in and run-out zone

translatorscafe.com[edit | edit source]

run-in and run-out zone
Assuming this is about the required amount of distance the paver machine needs before and after the screed (rather than needing to start/warm up or run out its engine), I think this is correct.

see e.g.:

https://www.nzta.govt.nz/assets/res­ources/research/reports/4...

‘The design of stabilised pavements in New Zealand
… 
For the stabilisation process, trenches 26m long by 5m wide were excavated outside the CAPTIF building for each material. The trenches had 5m run-in and run-out zones to allow the machine to reach equilibrium before material was used in the track. A total thickness of 340mm of GAP65 material was laid in two lifts and compacted to 95% of maximum dry density (2.11t/m3) at its OWC (4.0%).’

(https://www.translatorscafe.com/tcterms/en-US/question.aspx?id=190752&ck=qs370862956)

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