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Unit Wt water, gamma w = 10 kN/m3

Equal Elevation = 1m
Unformwtaer pressure at least depth, Pw1 = 10
Height Diff (Unqual diff) = 1
Inclined Length = 8.75
W.P at depth difference = 10
W.P at Max depth = 20
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For uniform pressure, P = Ax+By+Cz+D
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For regular
Unit wt = 10 kN/m3
Length = 30 m
Width = 50 m
Max Height = 6.6 m
Volume = 9900 m3
Water pressure at Base = 66 kN/m2
Soil Water load
Water unit wt = 10 kN/m3
Soil Unit Wt = 18 kN/m3
Surcharge(q) = 5 kN/m2
Ht. of water = 6.6 m
Ht. of water side soil = 6.6 m
Angle of soil friction = 28.26 degree
sin(theta) = 0.4734734044
Water Pressure at Bottom = 66 kN/m2
Rankines Coef of active earth Red Local Axis 1
= 0.3573370201
pressure, Ka Green Local Axis 2
Rankines Coef of active earth = 0.5265265956 Blue Local Axis 3
pressure, Ka
Only water pressure (During Lekage Testing)
Water pressure at bottom = 66 kn/m2
Only soil and surcharge pressure (During Maintainance)
Soil Pressure at bottom = 42.451637993 kn/m2
Surcharge pressure = 2.6326329779 kn/m2
Total soil pressure = 45.084270971 kn/m2
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As we apply loads along Z direction
Coef. To apply in X and Y dirn are zero

For Water Pressure


P= 66 Origin for z is taken at bottom
when z = 0
So, D = 66
when z = 6.6
P= 0
So, C = -10
So,P = -10z+66

For Soil Pressure


P= 45.08
when z = 0
So, D = 45.08
when z = 6.6
P= 2.633
So, C = -6.43
So,P = -6.4320663625133z+45.0842709705262

Spring constant for SBC


ks = 12000 Using Bowls Approach (ks=40*Sf*SBC), assuming sf=2.5
6.6

66

2.632632978

45.0842709
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