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01-29-2015
01:41 AM

01-29-2015
01:41 AM

Hi

I'm trying to compute soil pressure resultants from soil pressure and depth vector.

The problem is that the resultant vector should have fewer rows than are in the depth and in the pressure vectors.

The solutions should be made in a way that it works for n-layers.

Thank you for help in advance.

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01-29-2015
04:48 AM

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01-29-2015
04:25 AM

01-29-2015
04:25 AM

Re: Soil pressure and depth vector to resultant vector

Your sheet is quite a mess and its not clear to me what you are trying to here.

Could it be that you are searching for something like the routine ssen below (assuming the number of elements of the vectors z.all and sigma' is always the same and even?

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01-29-2015
04:55 AM

01-29-2015
04:55 AM

Re: Soil pressure and depth vector to resultant vector

matti meili wrote:

Sorry about the messy sheet.

Thank Werner, for the correct answer!

If that was what you were looking for, you could simplify the calculation that way:

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