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73 then choose a convenient profile for the wall. value of ( n ) a vertical line to meet the projection line for interpolation in a point - a -; through - a - draw a·horizontal line to meet the maxima curve in - b -. This last point - b gives the apex of the distribution curve i f the wall were rectan gular. For trapezoidal walls, linear interpolation is sufficient. Having drawn the load distribution curve, the ring tension in eve ry section can be determined from the relation : T c: Co P R 4) To draw the bending moment diagram, it is recommended to determi " "'f=- from equation 35, namely: ~ ne the maximum fixing moment 2 wR t 2 12R • 2n(n 1) , In the same way·as given under (3) determine the apex of positive part of the bending moment diagram for a rectangular the wall.