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Braja M. Das + 1 other
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ISBN: 9781305970939

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Chapter 14, Problem 14.6P
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Refer to Figure 14.19. Given: H = 16 ft, θ = 0, α = 0, γ = 119 lb/ft3, ϕ = 30 ° , and δ = 2 3 ϕ . Estimate the passive force, Pp, per unit length of the wall using the Kp values given by Shields and Tolunay’s (1973) method of slices (Table 14.1).

Chapter 14, Problem 14.6P, Refer to Figure 14.19. Given: H = 16 ft,  = 0,  = 0,  = 119 lb/ft3, =30, and =23. Estimate the

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