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Topic: Manhole covers - why circular?
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Robert Weinberg

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Manhole covers - why circular?
Posted: Jan 14, 1993 2:28 PM
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Manhole covers are manufactured in circular shape, rather than oval or
square, to
satisfy one paramount condition.

What is the condition, and why does a circular shape satisfy it?

What other shapes would also satisfy the condition?

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