The main assumptions of Janssen's theory are the following

- The material is uniform in texture.
- The material has a definite angle of repose.
- The co-efficient of friction between material and side wall is constant.

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The main assumptions of Janssen's theory are the following

- The material is uniform in texture.
- The material has a definite angle of repose.
- The co-efficient of friction between material and side wall is constant.

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