How to reinforce a retaining wall
This construction video is based on construction sequence animation. The animation is created for arranging reinforcement toward a single retaining wall panel.
Some useful information on Retaining Wall :-
A retaining wall must preserve all the material that loads the space among itself and the failure plane—all most vertical angle at which prevailing soil can retain itself organized prior to caving in.
A retaining wall must restrain a part of soil, not anything behind the wall.
A strong wall is developed with well-compacted base material, compacted material facing the wall to avoid kick-out, and stepped-back materials.
A wall that contains an irregular base, no compacted material ahead of it and no pull back to the materials will fail in the end.
From upper to lower, a wall that is developed efficiently can either resist water from flowing behind the wall or steers it away instantly when it does.
Water stuck behind a wall shoves against it and raises the weight of the soil, which also shoves against it.
A wall should have capability to handle water, otherwise the water will move the blocks out of place.