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Abdolnasir:

The best way is to ask the Geotechnical engineer.

The formula is:

bearing pressure/settlement = coefficient of Subgrade Reaction (subgrade
modulus). k sub s = q/delta



Respectfully,
Bob Freeman, AIA, EIT
IDS Group, Inc.
(949) 387-8500





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