The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 6 > Research on Prestressed Cantilever Diaphragm Walls
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Research on Prestressed Cantilever Diaphragm Walls

The paper describes tests carried out on tall cantilever retaining walls of post- tensioned brick diaphragm wall construction. The results show that such walls have very high resistance to lateral loading and thus offer the designer an alternative solution. W.G. Curtin and J. Howard