Determine the foundation’s embedment depth, dimensions, and use the actual dimensions that are generally accepted in field construction to determine the allowable bearing capacity.

Bearing capacity problem with inclined load. A continuous footing is designed to support a bearing wall with a load of 300 kN∕m. The load on the wall footing is inclined with respect to the vertical direction at 15°. The groundwater table is 10 m below the ground surface. The subsoil is silty sand with effective cohesion of 15 kN∕m² and effective internal friction angle of 35°. The bulk unit weight above the groundwater table is 17.5 kN∕m³; the saturated unit weight below the groundwater table is 18.5 kN∕m³. Use FS = 3.0. Determine the foundation’s embedment depth, dimensions, and use the actual dimensions that are generally accepted in field construction to determine the allowable bearing capacity.

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