internal friction is conditioned by solid particles moving against each other and is characterized by the angle of internal friction and the effective angle of internal friction. external friction is characterized by the wall friction angle or coefficient of sliding friction.
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how is the soil-wall friction angle determined, rigorously? from my studies, i have been told to take is as ½ - ⅔ of the internal friction angle. but how does one get to this point. i have yet to find an explanation in any literature. thanks:
the log-spiral earth pressure graph in dm 7 shows adjustment factors for wall friction. in certain instances, it's not necessary to use any reduction - for example on an mse or a cantilevered retaining wall - one with a footing that extends below the retained soil.
the flow factor is a function of the powder’s effective angle of internal friction, the hopper angle, and the wall friction angle. charts that provide flow factors for conical and wedge-shaped hoppers are given in jenike 1 ; examples are shown in figures 9a and 9b. typical values of the flow factor range between 1.1 and 1.7.
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every retaining wall supports a 'wedge' of soil.the wedge is defined as the soil which extends beyond the failure plane of the soil type present at the wall site, and can be calculated once the soil friction angle is known. as the setback of the wall increases, the size of the sliding wedge is reduced.
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face of wall 5. crib wall design basic soil parameters; unit weight of soil angle of friction cohesion then the lateral pressure distribution will be known. there are 2 phases in the design of a retaining wall; the retaining wall is checked for stability: overturning, sliding and bearing capacity failures. each component of the retaining wall
soil-wall friction angle of δ. note that δ ranges from φ/2 to 2φ/3 and δ = 2φ/3 is commonly used. lateral pressure is not limited to vertical walls the resultant force is not necessarily parallel to the backfill surface because of the soil-wall friction value δ.
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αis the angle that the backfill makes with the horizontal. δis the angle of friction between the soil and the wall. the active force per unit length of the wall, p a will be inclined at an angle of δto the normal to the back face of the wall. 2 2 1 pa = k aγh h: height of wall the value of the wall friction angle, δis between φ/2 and 2φ/3.