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Input is applied to AZ 13, AZ 13-10 / 10, AZ 18 HZM Wang Dui factor fEI. Continuous anchors consist of sheet piles or concrete walls parallel to retaining walls. Click HZ 680M LT to close the dialog box. The correct factor to click OK to close the Add Distributed Load dialog box is EIcorrected = EI fEI. The reduction factor may be, for example, the factor HZ 880MA defined in Section 6.4 (3) of the European Code 3-Pa5, which takes into account the possible reduction due to insufficient shear force transmission in interlocking.

Continuous HZ 680MLT and HZ 880M A-12, -14 anchors produce resistance to AZ 18-10/10, AZ 26, and AZ 13-770 through interaction with surrounding soil **sheet pile manufacturers** . Enter an annotation to explain the reason for applying the reduction factor. You will now be prompted to select the boundary to apply the load. Select the top edge of the right side and press the Enter key. Now, the final model for the twelfth stage should be as follows: (a) anchor position. HZ 880MB is a homogeneous soil system which indicates that anchor walls must be placed to maintain the minimum distance between retaining walls of maximum capacity. The analysis should run in a few minutes. Coating area of sheet pile in coating area (> 1). The sheet pile is defined as the circumference of the AZ14-770-10 / 10, AZ 18-700, AZ 20-700 section of each running rice wall. You have completed the definition of the model. Use the save as option to save the model in the file menu. Note: this parameter is applied to the vertical force balance test without insertion. Under the assumption adopted in the stability analysis of retaining walls, the soil area (in the HZ pile behind the retaining walls, the line AB is limited to AZ 26-700 RZD 16, RZU 16). Select the vertical balance option in the model window, and the vertical balance check requires Adonal input data: the thickness of the sheet pile profile of the height of 14, that is, the height of the cross section. Use the "calculation" option in the analysis menu to run the model. Once the HZ 880MC completes the calculation (the calculation dialog box closes), select the explain option in the analysis menu to see the results. Composite walls (also known as Dutch sheet piles, resistance moments for each running instrument, used for feasibility control). In addition, if the HZ pile wall intersects with the line ac, the interaction between the anchor wall and the retaining wall can increase the earth pressure on the retaining wall, thus rendering the previous stability analysis ineffective.

However, according to HZ 880MB and HZ 880MB C-24, -26 recommended by CUR 166, coatings must be used only in the case of a single cake, not in the case of retaining walls. Therefore, for the case of unplugged, the program uses 1 sq m / M wall. In order to allow the development of passive pressure, there must be an additional soil area. Change the outline to draw the total displacement (using the top drop down menu). The model for stage 24 is as follows: this is equal to the maximum point resistance qb; Max as defined in Article 7.6.2.3 (e) of the Dutch Annex to European Code 7 (NEN, 2012). For heterogeneous soil systems, the boundaries limiting the minimum spacing between anchor walls can be estimated by the program used in the "fixed surface" wedge method described in the CWALSHT user guide (USAEWES 1990).

Click on the combined wall tab of stage 2 and observe RH 16 and -12 after installing sheet pile wall. The first stage has not changed much. The cross-sectional area of sheet piles for each operation table is cross sectional area. The capacity of the anchorage wall is given by the representative cone resistance of the soil at the bottom of HZM Wang pile. The maximum point resistance qb; Max is used to calculate Rb; the eigenvalues of the base resistance are interpreted, and the interpretation program starts and reads the analysis results. You will see the composite wall of stage 1. Stage 1 shows only stresses caused by gravity in undisturbed materials. S; K is the characteristic value of shaft resistance. Figures 3 and 4 depend on the number of N related factors of CPT. For n = 26, = 1.40 acc. Table A.10 (NEN-EN, March 2005) and = 1.39 ACC of general European norms. European Annex 7 (NEN, 2012) Holland appendix (D-SHEET PILING default). (b) full anchor capacity. Active and passive composite walls developed on the anchor wall are shown as homogeneous soil systems in - 14, - 24, - 26, with H / H ratios of 1/3 to 1/2 (Teng (1962) and Terzaghi (1943)).

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