bearing capacity

Bearing capacity and settlments – Loadcap

350.00 esc. IVA

Loadcap is a software for the bearing capacity and settlements computation on rocks and loose soils, according to the methods of: Terzaghi (1955), Meyerhof (1963), Hansen (1970), Vesic (1975), Brinch-Hansen (1970), Richards et al. (1993), Meyerhof and Hanna (1978).
In the software it is possible to chooce several types of settlements such as: Elastic (Timoshenko and Goodier, 1951), Oedometric, Schmertmann (1970-1978), Burland and Burbidge (1985), and post-seismic (Idriss and Boulanger, 2004-2008; Pradel, 1998; Yasuhara and Andersen, 1991).
Moreover, Loadcap solves liquefaction cases using the method of Seed and Idriss (1971) and allows to carry out soil reinforced analysis with geogrids by computing of the increase bearing capacity, deformation in the reinforcements, strain tensile force for membrane effect.

Geotechnical and F.E.M. analysis system – GFAS

890.00 esc. IVA

G.F.A.S. (Geotechnical and F.E.M. analysis System) software for the mechanical analysis of soil using finite elements method .

The traditional methods of analysis based on the concept of LIMIT EQUILIBRIUM (LEM) do not allow the determination of stresses and deformations in the analyzed volumes. These limitations have led to the need to integrate the conventional analysis with analysis based on numerical models. These methods use the numerical evaluation of the problem and do not require simplifications to the calculation.

GFAS Extension brings additionial features to the finite element software like waterflow analysis. See product.


Calculation of reinforced concrete sections according Ec – RC-SEC-EN

520.00 esc. IVA

RC-SEC-EN is a software for the calculation of reinforced concrete sections according to EN 1992-1-1 and EN 1998-1 and eventual national application annexes.
This software is a standalone application for checks of reinforced section belonging to beams, columns and walls. In seismic checks is considered the class of ductility demand (DCL, DCM or DCH) and whether or not the section is within a critical region of the member. If the checks are not seismic you must select the low ductility class (DCL) and so only EN 1992-1-1 is applied.

slope stability analysis

Slope stability analysis – Slope

480.00 esc. IVA

Slope stability software carries out the analysis of soil or rock slope stability both under static and seismic conditions, using the limit equilibrium methods of Fellenius, Bishop, Janbu, Bell, Sarma, Spencer, Morgenstern & Price, Zeng Liang and (DEM) Discrete elements method for circular and non circular surfaces by which it is possible to ascertain slippages in the slope, examine a gradual failure, and employ various models of force-deformation relationship. Reinforcements with piles, gravity and/or reinforced concrete bracing walls, nettings, geofabrics, anchors, and terracing may be specified. Distributed and point loads may be defined.