How to calculate overturning moment retaining wall?
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To calculate the overturning moment of a retaining wall, you can use the equation: M = W * H / 2, where W is the total weight of the wall, and H is the height of the wall. This will give you the overturning moment in units of force-distance. For example, if the wall has a weight of 10 kN and a height of 5 m, the overturning moment would be 25 kNm.