a. The planned direction of a tunnel or other roadway driven irrespective of coal seam or orebody structure; the planned direction of longwall panels or face lines. Nelson
b. Formation or position in line, or, more properly, in a common vertical plane. Seelye, 2
c. The laying out of the axis of a tunnel by instrumental work. Stauffer
d. See: coplaning
e. In railway or highway surveying, the ground plan, showing the alignment or direction of the route to be followed, as distinguished from a profile, which shows the vertical element. Seelye, 2
f. The act of laying out or regulating by line; adjusting to a line.
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Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms












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