Technical Guidance Note 09 Level 2 - Designing a reinforced concrete retaining wall (PDF)

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This guidance note focuses specifically on the design of reinforced concrete gravity retaining walls.

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Technical Guidance Note 09 Level 2 - Designing a reinforced concrete retaining wall (PDF)

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Although retaining walls have been the subject of two other Technical Guidance Notes; No. 8 (Level 1): Derivation of loading to retaining structures and No. 33 (Level 1): Retaining wall construction, these don't focus on their design. There are three different forms of this type of wall, all of which are designed to resist overturning and sliding failure. The primary difference between them is their height. The taller the retaining wall, the more likely that counterforts and beams spanning between them will be necessary.

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Format PDF
ISBN No
Number of pages 4
Publication date January 2014
Publisher IStructE Ltd