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ISBN: 9781305970939

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Chapter 14, Problem 14.7P
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Refer to the retaining wall shown in Figure 14.19. Given: θ = 10°, α = 0, γ = 122 lb/ft3, ϕ = 35 ° , δ = 21 ° , and H = 18 ft. Estimate the passive force, Pp, per unit length of the wall using Zhu and Qian’s (2000) method of triangular slices.

Chapter 14, Problem 14.7P, Refer to the retaining wall shown in Figure 14.19. Given:  = 10,  = 0,  = 122 lb/ft3, =35, =21, and

Figure 14.19

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