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Laboratory-based 1-g experiments are described which model the embedded length of cantilever walls in sand, and in which the shear and normal stresses between the soil and the wall were measured, together with wall displacements, as the load on the wall was progressively increased to failure. The results show that comparatively large earth pressures, associated with high effective angles of wall friction, are mobilized just below the soil surface in front of the wall. Earth pressures on thedoi:10.1680/geot.1922.214.171.1241 fatcat:zokzjjaoibabvlnqexnzdh5l4q