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Jeremy,

It appears as though you need figure 5-12 from a previous page.

 

Joseph R. Grill, PE

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From: Jeremy White [mailto:admin(--nospam--at)structuralae.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:32 AM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: RE: Conc Engr Reference - Fintel 1974 pg 117

 

You can find the item referenced below at this location (just posted it):


structuralpedialist.blogspot.com


- J

Quoting Joe Stroud <jpstroud(--nospam--at)tjcross.com>:

> Joe,
>
> Fig. 5-13 on Page 117 of "Handbook of Concrete Engineering", edited by Mark
> Fintel (1974 Copy), provides a nice table for determining soil bearing
> pressure under a square footing with bending about the diagonal axis.
>
> Hope that helps,
>
> Joe Stroud, P.E.
> Chief Civil Engineer
> Structural Design Group
> T. J. Cross Engineers, Inc.
>
> e-mail jpstroud(--nospam--at)tjcross.com
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> I have a situation where a square footing can be loaded at 45 degrees to the
> axis.  I was just sitting down to work out the equation to calculate the
> footing pressure when the resultant is just outside of the kern.  At first
> glance it looked like the algebra was going to take a bit of time.  I don't
> have a reference that provides this.  I certainly can do it, just thought I
> would ask if there is a reference someone can give or possibly a copy of
> pages from a reference or if they just have the equations handy.  It would
> save me some time this week.  Of course the way work is nowadays, I can't
> really say I don't have the time.
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> Thanks,
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> Joe
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> Verde Valley Engineering, PLLC
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