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Newmark's influence chart

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  1. Newmark’s Influence Chart is an illustration used to determine the vertical pressure at any point below a uniformly loaded flexible area of soil of any shape

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  2. This method, like others, was derived by integration of Boussinesq’s equation for a point load

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  3. Newmark obtained values of R/z that corresponded to various pressure ratios by using the equation (R/z)=√((1-(〖∆σ〗z/q)⁽-2/3)-1), where R = the radial distance away from the point at which the load is applied, z = the vertical depth below t

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  4. Using the pressure ratios obtained from the equation above, he was able to form the influence chart

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  5. The chart is constructed by drawing concentric circles

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