A large scale earth retaining work was carried out in construction of a main pump cabin in a wastewater treatment plant using an anchor-type earth retaining system. The monitored results of the behavior of earth retaining during the construction showed a steep rise in displacement inthe earth retaining wall with a fixed anchor load value.
The analytical results of the measured data indicated that this rise is presumably due to the deformation of the anchored ground. From the above, it can be said that anchor application methods commonly used in designing (in which an anchor is usually applied outside the active collapse angle) are not always appropriate for deep excavation.
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