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Probabilistic Prediction of Maximum Tensile Loads in Soil Nails

Table 1

Summary of wall geometry, soil properties, and nail arrangement for soil nail walls reported in the source documents.

Data groupWallSourceSoilWall geometrySurchargeSoil strength parametersNail spacingNo. of data
H (m)α (°)β (°) (kPa)ϕ (°)c (kPa) (kN/m3) (m) (m)

1W1[22]Medium dense, poorly graded sand5.30055334.818.01.41.05
W2[22]Silty sand, clayey silt5.60270334.818.01.41.05
W3[23]Heterogeneous SM9.200036.518.516.31.851.853
W4[2]Residual soil and weathered rock9−1216250387.
W5[24]Fill, silt, sand7.600038019.61.831.22−1.834
W6[24]Fill, silt, sand5.900038019.61.831.22−1.523
W7[24]Fill, silt, sand5.900038019.61.831.22−1.523
W8[25]Gravelly silty sand4-5000−12735019.61.01.053
W9[25]Gravelly silty sand4-5000−12735019.61.01.0512
W10[26]Silty clay9.28.50010019.61.51.54
W11[27]Silty sand, fine sand10003530.6019.111−1.23
W12[28]Clay, silty clay12001516−2016−18191.51.54
W13[29]Silty clay800016.41219.71.21.26
W15[31]Silty clay8.511.30018.92119.81.51.55
W16[31]Silty clay8.515.80018.92119.81.51.53

W18[33]Clayey or silty gravel5.8−10.63000273181.7, 1.81.2, 2.17
W19[34]Residual andesite10000380192.01.51

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