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EARTHWORK CALCULATION WORKSHEET

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PROJECT NAME: COUNTY: PROJECT ID#:


Top Width (ft): Front Slope ( :1): Back Slope ( :1): DESIGN DATA Embankment Elevation Settlement (%):

STRUCTURE ID #: PREPARED BY: DATE:


Embankment Subcut Bottom Width (ft) Side Slope (:1)

EMBANKMENT

SUBCUT

CORE

STA.

EXISTING GROUND ELEV.

CORE TRENCH DEPTH

DIST B/W STA.

FILL HEIGHT

END AREA (SQ.FT.)

AVG END AREA (SQ.FT.)

CU. YARDS PER FT.

TOTAL CUBIC YARDS

SUBCUT GRADE ELEV.

END AREA (SQ.FT)

AVG END AREA (SQ. FT)

CU. YDS. PER FOOT

TOTAL CUBIC YARDS

BTM. CORE ELEV.

END AREA (SQ.FT)

AVG END AREA (SQ.FT.)

CU. YDS. TOTAL CUBIC PER FOOT YARDS

EMBANKMENT TOTAL (C.Y. )

SUBCUT TOTAL (C.Y. )

CORE TOTAL (C.Y. )

TOTAL YDS OF COMPACTED FILL


Prepared by Minnesota Board of Water & Soil Resources 06/17/02 Version 5.0

SURFACE AREA OF EMBANKMENT (ACRES)

CLICK PROFILE TAB TO SEE A GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF EMBANKMENT

K CALCULATION WORKSHEET

1.00 0.90 0.80 ELEVATION (FT.) 0.70 0.60 0.50 0.40 0.30 0.20 0.10 0.00 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 STATION (FT.) 0.8 1 1.2

EMBANKMENT

SUBCUT

EXISTING GROUND

CORE

Instructions/tips for using BSWR Earthwork-Standard v.5.0 Spreadsheet


The spreadsheet is Protected, meaning that only certain cells can be edited. Only cells with a white background may be edited or have info. entered into them. Cells with a red triangle in the upper right corner have Tool Tips associated with them. Just place the pointer in one of these cells and a box will appear with information about what that cell does or what values should be entered into it. The 1st station entered should be the beginning station of the planned embankment. For example: Your profile runs from 0+00 to 9+30. Your embankment starts at 0+10. The 1st station entered must be 10. If your embankment starts at 0+00, then the 1 st station entered must be 0, etc The elevation of the 1st station entered must be equal to the value entered in the Embankment Elevation field. In order for the subcut quantity to calculate correctly, the 2 nd station entered should be within 1 or 2 feet of the 1st station and the 2nd exiting ground elevation should be a few tenths less than the 1st existing ground elevation. Conversely, the 2nd to last station should be within 1 or 2 feet of the last station and the 2 nd to last existing ground elevation should a few tenths less than the last existing ground elevation. Example: the 1st value is station 0 with an existing ground elevation of 100 ft. The next value should be station 1 with an existing ground elevation of 99.9. The same idea applies to the end of the series. If the last value is station 50 with an existing ground elevation of 100 ft., than the second to last value should be station 49 with an existing ground elevation of 99.9 ft. This will force the spreadsheet to calculate the beginning and ending points of the subcut in the correct spots. Clicking the Profile tab at the bottom of the spreadsheet gives the user a graph of the information entered. This page has been sized to print out so that the graph can be hand trimmed and be manually placed on the BWSR standard design sheets. This eliminates the need to hand draw the profile and should save people not using the standard sheets on CAD a lot of time. If anyone has problems using the spreadsheet or has any questions, please feel free to contact: Tom Schmidt BWSR Engineering Technician State of Minnesota-Board of Water & Soil Resources One West Water Street-Suite 200 St.Paul, MN. 55107 Phone: 1-651-215-1202 E-mail: thomas.schmidt@bwsr.state.mn.us