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C.G.

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876.8

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830.3

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1728.8

Section 6-6

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Section 1-1

Section 2-2

Section 3-3

Section 4-4

C.G.

Section 1-1

Section 2-2

Section 3-3

Section 4-4

Section 5-5

Section 6-6

Section 7-7

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3824.2

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1032.0

3665.9

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500.0

2386.7

6733.3

600.0

1000.0

1000.0

997.5

3507.9

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500

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6500

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1000

1000

963.3

3350.1

4000

500.0

2270.0

6263.3

600.0

1000.0

1000.0

927.2

3189.2

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500.0

2210.0

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600.0

1000.0

1000.0

891.5

3028.7

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2868.7

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2030.0

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1000.0

1000.0

786.6

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1970

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1000

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2392.7

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500.0

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1000.0

721.3

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1856.7

4613.3

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1000.0

690.6

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660.6

1938.0

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4146.7

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1000.0

629.2

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1680.0

3913.3

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1000.0

1000.0

598.6

1640.7

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1000

569.0

1496.3

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3440.0

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540.8

1352.7

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513.9

1213.9

e

d

f

b

e

f

b

Soil Data

Angle of Internal Friction of Soil

Angle of Wall w.r.t. Vertical

or i

dry

sub

Slope of Earthfill

Angle of Friction between the Wall and Earthfill

214.1.2.5

IRC 6 -

Ah

Av

max

min

dry

sub

sat

1 Av cos 2

Ca

x

cos cos 2 cos

1

sin sin i

1

cos i sin

1/ 2

IRC 6 -

1 Av cos 2

Cp

x

cos cos 2 cos

Cl 214.1.1.1

1/ 2

1 Av cos 2

Cp

x

cos cos 2 cos

1

sin sin i

1 cos i sin

Cl 214.1.1.2

1/ 2

IRC 6 -

Horz. Comp.

Ka

Kp

(Dry)

0.297

0.279

(Subm.)

0.308

0.304

(Dry)

6.105

5.737

(Subm.)

4.143

4.080

For active earth pressure

Case

Dry

Static condition

Triangular pressure

f.a.d.1

0.42

Uniform pressure

f.a.d.2

0.50

Case

Dry

Static condition

Triangular pressure

f.p.d.1

0.33

Uniform pressure

f.p.d.2

0.50

in degree

in radians

30

0.524

0.000

0.000

20

0.349

10

0.175

2014

- Amendment

0.00

0.000

0.00

0.000

20.00

kN/m3

10.00

kN/m3

20.00

kN/m3

&

Cl 214.1.2.1

2014

- Amendment

&

Cl 214.1.2.2

2014

- Amendment

Vertical comp.

0.102

0.054

2.088

0.719

Submerged

f.a.s.1

0.33

f.a.s.2

0.50

Submerged

f.p.s.1

0.33

f.p.s.2

0.50

Ka (Dry)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

500.0

2500.0

7200.0

600.0

1000.0

1000.0

0.279

0.102

Hdry

Hsub

in KN/m2

p1hmax =

43.744

p1vmax

p2hmax =

21.872

p2vmax =

Ka (Dry)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

500.0

2270.0

6460.0

600.0

1000.0

1000.0

0.279

0.102

Hdry

Hsub

in KN/m2

p1hmax =

39.248

p1vmax

p2hmax =

19.624

p2vmax =

Ka (Submergerd)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

0.304

0.054

7.200

7.200

m

in KN/m2

7.713

3.857

Ka (Submergerd)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

0.304

0.054

6.460

6.460

m

in KN/m2

6.921

3.460

Kp (Dry)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

500.0

2500.0

7200.0

600.0

1000.0

1000.0

5.737

2.088

Hdry

Hsub

in KN/m2

p1hmax =

135.468

p2hmax =

67.734

p1vmax

p2vmax =

Kp (Dry)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

500.0

2270.0

6460.0

600.0

1000.0

1000.0

5.737

2.088

Hdry

Hsub

in KN/m2

p1hmax =

135.468

p2hmax =

67.734

p1vmax

p2vmax =

Kp (Submergerd)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

4.080

0.719

1.660

1.660

m

in KN/m2

23.887

11.943

Kp (Submergerd)

Horz. Comp

Vert. Comp

4.080

0.719

1.660

1.660

m

in KN/m2

23.887

11.943

Earth Pressure at Portion between Section 1-1 & 2-2

p1hmax =

43.744

in KN/m2

p2hmax =

21.872

in KN/m2

p1vmax

p2vmax =

Hdry

Width of this portion

Hsub

=

=

F1x =

F2x =

896.32 kN

224.08 kN

F1y =

F2y =

e1y =

0.50 Hsub

3.415

e2y =

0.42 Hsub

2.869

M1x =

e1y F1x

-3060.93

kNm

M2x =

e2y F2x

-642.80

kNm

p1hmax =

135.468

in KN/m2

p2hmax =

67.734

in KN/m2

Total Vertical

Force, kN

(about Centre of

RW), m

(about Toe

Edge), m

1.193

2.385

237.07

p1vmax

p2vmax =

Hdry

Width of this portion

Hsub

=

=

F1x =

F2x =

674.63 kN

168.66 kN

F1y =

F2y =

e1y =

0.50 Hsub

0.830

e2y =

0.33 Hsub

0.548

M1x =

e1y F1x

559.94

kNm

M2x =

e2y F2x

92.39

kNm

Total Vertical

Force, kN

(about Centre of

RW), m

(about Toe

Edge), m

178.43

-1.002

0.190

Section at centre of 1-1 & 2-2

500.0

2385.0

6830.0

600.0

1000.0

(Moment at the

centre of RW),

kNm

Position of Load

from Toe Edge

Area Factor

Area, mm2

Unit Weight,

kN/m3

0.50

0.200

24.00

14.400

0.859

12.372

2.052

1.00

5.830

24.00

419.760

0.693

290.684

1.885

0.50

kN

from C.G.

Section at centre of 1-1 & 2-2

500.0

2385.0

6830.0

600.0

1000.0

Unit Weight,

kN/m3

Verical Load,

kN

Position of Load

from C.G.

(Moment at the

centre of RW),

kNm

Area Factor

Widh, mm

Height, mm

Area, mm2

1.00

500

6830

3415000

24.00

245.880

-0.057

-14.138

0.50

885

6830

3022275

24.00

217.604

-0.603

-131.106

1.00

1000

600

600000

24.00

43.200

0.50

1000

400

200000

24.00

14.400

0.734

42.288

Summary of Loads

Static Condition

Case

Overturning

Moment, kNm

H, kN

V, kN

Mx (about

centre), kNm

Mx (about Toe),

kNm

1120.40

-3703.73

3703.73

237.07

282.70

565.41

-843.29

652.33

178.43

178.86

33.93

434.16

303.06

820.79

521.08

-102.96

790.90

277.11

1370.74

661.66

Horizontal Component

Vertical Component

Passive Earth Pressure

Horizontal Component

Vertical Component

Total

3703.73

Available FOS

0.7731

<

2.00

Unsafe

Available FOS

2.4733

>

1.50

Safe

Total Vertical

Load, kN

Contact Area, m2

Sectional Modulus, m3

Base Pressure,

kN/m2

1370.745

1.500

661.659

1.417

1380.883

7.713

in KN/m2

3.857

in KN/m2

6.830

6.830

3.000

m

m

158.05

kN

79.02

kN

Longitudinal Moment

(about Centre of

RW), m

(about Toe

Edge), m

282.70

565.41

23.887

in KN/m2

11.943

in KN/m2

1.660

1.660

3.000

m

m

118.96

kN

59.48

kN

Longitudinal Moment

(about Centre of

RW), m

(about Toe

Edge), m

178.86

33.93

Length

1000.0

3000.0

Longitudinal

Moment about

Toe, kNm

29.544

791.248

Length

1000.0

3000.0

Longitudinal

Position of C.G.

Moment about

from Toe Edge

Toe, kNm

1.135

526.054

0.590

153.874

1.927

110.976

Restoring

Moment, kNm

Horz.

Restoring

force, kN

565.41

118.53

652.33

33.93

89.22

820.79

217.08

790.90

260.54

2863.36

685.37

Safe Bearing

Capacity, kN/m2

210.000

Unsafe

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