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Lay off on AE distances AV, A1, A2, A3 etc to a suitable scale to represent the weight of wedges

ABV, AB1, AB2, AB3, and so on.

Lay off AD at an angle equal to (- ) to the line AE. The line AD is called pressure line.

Draw lines parallel to AD from points V, 1, 2, 3 to intersect the assumed lines AV, A1, A2, A3 at

points V, l, 2, 3 etc respectively.

Select the point C on pressure locus such that the tangent to the curve is parallel to the -line

AE.

Draw CC parallel to the pressure line AD. The magnitude of CC in its natural units gives the

active pressure Pa.

Join AC and produce to meet the surface of the backfill at C. AC is the rupture line.

Passive Case

In this method a retaining wall is drawn to a suitable scale as shown in the Fig.2 below.

Lay off on AE distances A2, A3, A4 etc to a suitable scale to represent the weight of wedges AB2,

AB3, AB4, and so on.

Lay off AD at an angle equal to (+ ) to the line AE. The line AD is called pressure line.

Draw lines parallel to AD from points, 2, 3, 4 etc to intersect the weight vectors A2, A3, A4 at

points 2, 3, 4 etc respectively.

Select the point C on pressure locus curve such that the line tangent to the curve is parallel to line AE.

Draw CC parallel to the pressure line AD. The magnitude of CC in its natural units gives the

passive pressure Pp.

Join AC. The line cuts the surface of the backfill at C. The line AC is the rupture line.

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