I have a 24" ductile iron pipe in a 4'x4' reinforced concrete encasement, with an HS-20 live load on the encasement, placed on aggregate base course. I want to design it like a footing with a 2'x2' hollow area in the middle. How do I calculate the maximum live load bending moment in the encasement using the subgrade modulus of reaction?
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