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Jahangir M H, Khosravi Z. Numerical Evaluation of Stress Distribution on the Cantilever Sheet Pile Wall Buried in Earthquake Conditions. MCEJ 2016; 16 (4) :57-68
URL: http://mcej.modares.ac.ir/article-16-10622-en.html
1- Assistant of Professor, Faculty of New Sciences & Technologies, University of Tehran
2- Student of Master, Faculty of New Sciences & Technologies, University of Tehran
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Analysis and design cantilever sheet pile walls with general Rankin and Coloumb Methods is done, until now. During recent years offer Wang theory’s for retaining wall with active backfill, researchers attempt to about type passive backfill its and scrutiny seismic condition this theory for retaining wall. In this paper is tried Wang theory’s toward the searching distribution of net lateral earth pressure on cantilever sheet pile wall, also is employed. Therefore within this theory it is considered stable coefficient and calculation was established on the basis of the trapezoid - shaped wedges is right around the cantilever sheet pile, However, the resultant effect of lateral forces acting on sheet pile is moved by changing the pressure distribution in comparison, but the outcome is the same and constant like Coulomb's theory. Therefore, it can be argued that Wang's theory provided the pressure distribution on sheet pile walls is well answered and can be used as a new method of calculation in the analysis and design of this retaining structure.
Analysis and design cantilever sheet pile walls with general Rankin and Coloumb Methods is done, until now. During recent years offer Wang theory’s for retaining wall with active backfill, researchers attempt to about type passive backfill its and scrutiny seismic condition this theory for retaining wall. In this paper is tried Wang theory’s toward the searching distribution of net lateral earth pressure on cantilever sheet pile wall, also is employed. Therefore within this theory it is considered stable coefficient and calculation was established on the basis of the trapezoid - shaped wedges is right around the cantilever sheet pile, However, the resultant effect of lateral forces acting on sheet pile is moved by changing the pressure distribution in comparison, but the outcome is the same and constant like Coulomb's theory. Therefore, it can be argued that Wang's theory provided the pressure distribution on sheet pile walls is well answered and can be used as a new method of calculation in the analysis and design of this retaining structure.
Analysis and design cantilever sheet pile walls with general Rankin and Coloumb Methods is done, until now. During recent years offer Wang theory’s for retaining wall with active backfill, researchers attempt to about type passive backfill its and scrutiny seismic condition this theory for retaining wall. In this paper is tried Wang theory’s toward the searching distribution of net lateral earth pressure on cantilever sheet pile wall, also is employed. Therefore within this theory it is considered stable coefficient and calculation was established on the basis of the trapezoid - shaped wedges is right around the cantilever sheet pile, However, the resultant effect of lateral forces acting on sheet pile is moved by changing the pressure distribution in comparison, but the outcome is the same and constant like Coulomb's theory. Therefore, it can be argued that Wang's theory provided the pressure distribution on sheet pile walls is well answered and can be used as a new method of calculation in the analysis and design
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Received: 2015/05/6 | Accepted: 2016/01/17 | Published: 2016/10/22

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