Solving for height of ground surface above pipe top when

surface wheel load (P _{L})= 0 = 0 pound force |

impact factor (I _{f})= 0 = 0 |

wheel load per linear length of pipe (W _{L})= 0 = 0 pound/foot |

height of ground surface above pipe top (h) = NOT CALCULATED |

Select to solve for a different unknown

wheel load per linear length of pipe when

wheel load per linear length of pipe | |

surface wheel load | |

impact factor |

wheel load per linear length of pipe when

wheel load per linear length of pipe | |

surface wheel load | |

impact factor | |

height of ground surface above pipe top |

pipe pressure from wheel load

wheel load pressure on pipe | |

wheel load per linear length of pipe | |

outside pipe diameter |

pipe pressure from wheel load when

fill depth is greater than 2 feet

wheel load pressure on pipe | |

surface wheel load | |

height of ground surface above pipe top |

References - Books:

National Resources Conservation Service. National Engineering Handbook. 1995. United States Department of Agriculture.

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