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Aspects in Mining & Mineral Science

Stability Analysis of Soldier-Piled Walls with Tied-Background Anchored

Submission: January 16, 2021; Published: October 07, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/AMMS.2021.07.000666

ISSN : 2578-0255
Volume7 Issue4


The present paper analyses the variation of soldier pile and tied background anchored for a case study. The displacement and bending movement have been calculated by limit equilibrium and numerical modelling method. The maximum depth of excavation was 16.3m. The upper strata of this area comprise the alluvium, made up predominantly of sandy silt and silty sand with gravel. Various retaining systems of combination of soldier piles and temporary ground anchors with waler beam and timber lagging have been considered for analysis purpose. Anchor force has been calculated based on limit equilibrium and numerical modeling. Three levels of anchors have been installed with different pretension load. Anchors have been designed with max. load of 600kN with 2 loops of 15.2mm strands with 9m bond length.

Keywords: Soldier pile; Numerical modeling; Ground anchored; Bending; Shear movement

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