Q: How do you calculate effective overburden pressure on pile toe?

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Covert all your measurements into yards: 12 ft = 4 yds (as 1yd = 3 ft) Calculate the area of the base of the pile of mulch; assuming a square base: 4yds x 4yds = 16 sq yds Measure the height of your pile of mulch in yards. If the pile of mulch is cuboid in shape, multiply this height by the area of the base (as previously calculated). If the pile of mulch is pyramidal in shape, multiply this height by the area of the base and divide by 3.

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The area of Cinq-Mars-la-Pile is 20.11 square kilometers.

This may be known as a scree slope or a talus pile. Talus and scree are normally used interchangeably, however scree normally refers to material of gravel size or smaller and talus to larger debris.

Pressure gets a lot lighter...(duh! there's no gravity) It is easier to breathe because the molecules are not as packed. My science teacher put it this way; think of a dog pile, who would feel the most weight? The person on the bottom, right? That's how air pressure works; the lower you are, the more jam packed the oxygen molecules are.

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To calculate the length of helical ring of pile, use the standard formula. The formula is pi D X the number of coils. "D" is the diameter of the coils.

the dia meter of the pile is 750mm the pitch of the sprial rings are 100mm and how to calucualte the lentngth of the rod for the one meter lkength of pile.

It is very simple. Just calculate the perimeter of the pile cap using the pile cap plan and just multiply this perimeter by the depth of the pile cap which can be worked from the sectional drawings or sometimes it is specified in the plan drawings itself. Eventually you get the formworks in sqm.

pressure=force/area so force is directive propotional to pressure. how much force a karate player will put on that much pressure will apply on that pile of tile. as from the formula we get that pressure is inversely propotional to area so if the area will less then the pressure will be more and by this way the karate player brokes the piles of tiles.

Air pressure is the weight of the air above you. When you ascend to some altitude above the Earth's surface, part of the air is beneath you, so the weight of the air above you, and therefor the pressure where you are, is reduced. Exactly the same reason that the pressure on the football player in the middle of the pile-up is less than the pressure on the guy with the ball, at the bottom of the pile.

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The most reliable method is . . . -- On a clean tabletop or a clear area on the ground, count out 'a' objects in a neat pile. -- Remove 'b' of the objects from the pile and set them aside. -- Count the number of objects remaining in the pile. That number is (a - b).

A Bony Pile was the waste from an underground coal mine. Piled up over time (decades) the pressure was enough to ignite the coal mixed with waste. What you got was a steaming and sulfur discharge on the surface.

The length of the spiral ring is given by the formula L=N*Pi(D+d)+8d where L=length, N=number of spirals, D=diameter of pile and d=diameter of the bar.

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Gravity will tend to pull the water down the "hill" or pile of water against the pressure gradient.