Measured and predicted loads in steel strip reinforced c−ϕ soil walls in Japan

@inproceedings{Miyata2012MeasuredAP,
  title={Measured and predicted loads in steel strip reinforced c−ϕ soil walls in Japan},
  author={Yoshihisa Miyata and Richard J. Bathurst},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract More than 30,000 steel strip reinforced soil walls have been built in Japan since their introduction in the early 1970s. The current Japanese method of computing tensile loads in the reinforcement strips is based on the Coherent Gravity Method first developed in France more than three decades ago. At that time, the method was calibrated against measured loads from seven instrumented structures based on soil friction angles in the range of 35–46°. In Japan, however, there are many… CONTINUE READING

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