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Cylindrical Under Ground watertank

03/29/2012 2:00 PM

Dear Sir/mam,

Thank you for paying attenton to my question!!

I need to design wall of cylindrical Underground tank by Indian code.

Indian Code for water retaining structures (IS 3370 part -4) provides Shear force coefficients for H2/Dt ratio upto 16 only.

In case I have ratio greater than 16 ,, like 64 or 71 than which values of coefficients should I follow to design wall of such cylindrical underground tank?

Kindly let me know the solution.

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Re: Cylindrical Under Ground watertank

04/03/2012 4:03 AM

So it's more of a pipe than a tank?

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