I already gave you the answer. Did you not see it?Hello Rif here,
I'm eliminating stair steps to an entry way of the home and replacing it with the ramp/walkway and the inspector needs to know the angle or slope of the ramp/walkway.
I have, rise divided by the run, and then obtain the inverse tangent of the result.
I've obtained a permit for the project and I just wanted to be ahead of the game. So providing the slope and angle in degrees and percentage would help me tremendously.
Thank you.
From memory, this is roughly what I posted (but it has now disappeared).Hello Rif here.
If a ramp/walkway has a 32" rise and a 194" run, what would be the slope angle in percent and degrees? Please.
Hello Rif here.
If a ramp/walkway has a 32" rise and a 194" run, what would be the slope angle in percent and degrees? Please.
I presume, then, that you are not trying to build an ADA-compliant ramp; your slope is about 1:6 (which would be 9.46°), rather than the ADA-required 1:12 (4.76°).Because of your inspiration my wife with limited mobility will have the best walkway in this beautiful Florida neighborhood.
Hello Dr Peterson,I presume, then, that you are not trying to build an ADA-compliant ramp; your slope is about 1:6 (which would be 9.46°), rather than the ADA-required 1:12 (4.76°).