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CEE 452 FALL 2005 FOUNDATION ENGINEERING PROBLEM SET # 7
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What is predrilling and when might it be used? What might happen if the predrill diameter or length was excessive? (2.0/2.0) Predrilling is drilling a vertical hole prior to driving
CEE 452 FOUNDATIONS FALL 2005 Problem 25.5 Solution 1. Plot effective vertical effective stress versus depth on both sides of wall:
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CEE 452 FOUNDATIONS Problem 25.6
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Problem 25.6 Refer to Cantilever Wall Design summary sheet (attached at end of file): Given: 18 ft tall wall, dry soil, = 37o, = 126 lb/ft3: For = 37o: KA = 0.25 , KP = 4.02 Using FS = 2 (using KP = 4