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any help would be appreciated with changes i need to make so the last formula on page 4 will calculate the individual values correctly.
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Hi,
Prime 5 cannot save back to Prime 4.
Here is PDF. There are only two changes so it is easy to do this manually in your Prime 4 copy.
Cheers
Terry
Hi,
Units of density is pound per cubic feet but not entered as such.
pounds per square foot when calculating overburden pressure using pound needs to be multiplied by "g" to get kips pert square feet.
Then you get the answer required.
Enclosed corrected file giving correct answers.
Cheers
Terry
Thank you for your assistance. can you save the modified file in prime 4.0 format?
Hi,
Prime 5 cannot save back to Prime 4.
Here is PDF. There are only two changes so it is easy to do this manually in your Prime 4 copy.
Cheers
Terry
Thank you!