Retaining wall design, engineering, Other Engineering

#questionYour search - design a trapezoidal retaining wall(assume dimensions) ,bulk density 15kN per metre cube ,coefficient of friction of 0.7,angle of internal friction 15degres , poor soil assume a bearing pressure. (want to know how to go about the calculation -

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