Does anyone know of a good design example/reference for an anchored (single and multiple) soldier beam wall? I have been tasked with updating a previous design (never built) to the current LRFD standards required by my state's DOT. The original engineer on this wall is no longer with the company and I don't fully agree with his methodology for the wall design so I am looking for some documentation to back up my reservations.
I have reviewed AASHTO and FHWA documentation, but am left desiring a little more information on the calculation process since this is not a space that I work in daily.
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