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GEOTECHNICAL

GEOTECHNICAL SOLUTIONS

FOR PRACTICAL DESIGN

GEOTECHNICAL SOLUTIONS FOR PRACTICAL DESIGN SoilWorks

SoilWorks

a new Paradigm for integrated Geotechnical Solutions

PRACTICAL

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professionals develop and distribute engineering software Introducing geotechnical finite element programs a New
professionals develop and distribute engineering software Introducing geotechnical finite element programs a New
professionals develop and distribute engineering software Introducing geotechnical finite element programs a New
professionals develop and distribute engineering software Introducing geotechnical finite element programs a New

Introducing geotechnical finite element programs

a New Paradigm for Geotechnical Engineering Solutions, all in one package

for Geotechnical Engineering Solutions, all in one package 01 SoilWorks 2 Dimensional geotechnical analysis modules

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SoilWorks

2 Dimensional geotechnical analysis modules

Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

analysis modules Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design midas GTS 3 Dimensional geotechnical analysis modules Soil

midas GTS

3 Dimensional geotechnical analysis modules

Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design midas GTS 3 Dimensional geotechnical analysis modules Soil + (CTC in

Soil +

(CTC in Japan)

About SoilWorks

About SoilWorks SoilWorks Geotechnical Solutions For Practical Design T u n n e l Slope Soft

SoilWorks

Geotechnical Solutions For Practical Design

SoilWorks Geotechnical Solutions For Practical Design T u n n e l Slope Soft Ground Foundation

Tunnel

Slope

Soft Ground Foundation Seepage
Soft Ground
Foundation
Seepage

Dynamic

u n n e l Slope Soft Ground Foundation Seepage Dynamic SoilWorks Concept Geotechnical analysis software

SoilWorksu n n e l Slope Soft Ground Foundation Seepage Dynamic Concept Geotechnical analysis software programs

Concept

Geotechnical analysis software programs available today generally handle specific types of geotechnical problems with varying degrees of limitations in functionality. SoilWorks is designed to handle any geotechnical problems encountered in the practice of soil / rock mechanics. SoilWorks is designed for structural engineers with a background in geotechnical engineering and geotechnical engineers with a background in finite elements.

SoilWorksgeotechnical engineers with a background in finite elements. Development Motive In the practice of geotechnical design,

Development

Motive

In the practice of geotechnical design, 2-dimensional analysis is a very practical approach. However, the design process by and large involves repetitions of simple and complex tasks. SoilWorks has been developed to address such time-consuming and tedious tasks to drastically improve the efficiency of the design process. Also SoilWorks has been developed to handle practically all types of geotechnical problems – Tunnels, Slopes, Soft Grounds, Foundations, Seepage and Dynamic Analysis. Each module has been implemented to meet the needs of and comply with the design process used by the practicing engineers.

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7Smart

7 Smart Main Distinct Features SoilWorks uses Smart Functions built into the entire process from modeling

Main Distinct Features

SoilWorks uses Smart Functions built into the entire process from modeling to the analysis of results. The program enables structural engineers as well as geotechnical engineers to easily extract high quality results.

Auto CAD SoilWorks Copy & Paste Drag & Drop
Auto CAD
SoilWorks
Copy & Paste
Drag & Drop
Auto CAD SoilWorks Copy & Paste Drag & Drop Auto-generate Mesh Auto-generate Boundaries
Auto CAD SoilWorks Copy & Paste Drag & Drop Auto-generate Mesh Auto-generate Boundaries

Auto-generate Mesh

Auto-generate Boundaries
Auto-generate
Boundaries

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

1 S M A R T Modeling CAD based Operating Environment
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M A R T
Modeling CAD based Operating Environment

Import & open CAD Files and Copy & Paste selectively1 S M A R T Modeling CAD based Operating Environment Use commands & short-cut keys

Use commands & short-cut keys identical to those of CAD CommandsImport & open CAD Files and Copy & Paste selectively Create analytical models in simple and

Create analytical models in simple and convenient ways as in drafting work& short-cut keys identical to those of CAD Commands Solve real life geotechnical problems immediately with

Solve real life geotechnical problems immediately with an extremely short learning curvemodels in simple and convenient ways as in drafting work Increase work productivity with modeling time

Increase work productivity with modeling time shortened and repetitions eliminatedproblems immediately with an extremely short learning curve 2 S M A R T Surface Auto-generation

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S M A R T Surface
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M A R T
Surface

Auto-generation of Surfaces for enclosed domains

Search enclosed domains and create surfaces automaticallyT Surface Auto-generation of Surfaces for enclosed domains Assign material properties intuitively by Drag & Drop

Assign material properties intuitively by Drag & DropSearch enclosed domains and create surfaces automatically Eliminate cumbersome tasks of coordinate input for defining

Eliminate cumbersome tasks of coordinate input for defining domainsAssign material properties intuitively by Drag & Drop 3 S M A R T M e

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M A R T
M A R T

Mesh Auto-generation of Mesh

Auto-generate mesh on the geometry irrespective of complexitydomains 3 S M A R T M e s h Auto-generation of Mesh Generate mesh

Generate mesh easily without having the in-depth knowledge on mesh generation, mesh density and mesh shapesmesh on the geometry irrespective of complexity Prevent inaccuracy in mesh generation and input errors in

Prevent inaccuracy in mesh generation and input errors in advanceknowledge on mesh generation, mesh density and mesh shapes 4 S M A R T S

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M A R T
M A R T

Support Auto-generation of Boundary Conditions

Search the model boundaries and assign boundary conditions automaticallyu p p o r t Auto-generation of Boundary Conditions Auto-generate elastic/viscous boundaries without having to

Auto-generate elastic/viscous boundaries without having to calculate complex equationsboundaries and assign boundary conditions automatically Eliminate all the problems associated with defining boundary

Eliminate all the problems associated with defining boundary conditionsboundaries without having to calculate complex equations Check the displayed boundary assignment intuitively and

Check the displayed boundary assignment intuitively and detect errors visuallywithout having to calculate complex equations Eliminate all the problems associated with defining boundary conditions

Smart Performance

Smart functions in Software implemented for ground analysis and design

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M A R T
M A R T

Technical Review

Technical Review to prevent analysis errors

Check errors pertaining to all the aspects associated with the analytical modelTechnical Review Technical Review to prevent analysis errors - Geometry Check: check the geometric shape such

- Geometry Check: check the geometric shape such as the width and height of the model

- Mesh Check: check the total numbers of nodes & elements, mesh quality report, analysis results due to mesh quality and the accuracy of mesh

- Material Check: check the general range and selected database of ground materials and structural properties

- Boundary Check: check the boundary conditions and change in material properties

- Construction Stage Check: check the summary of entire construction stages and load distribution ratios

Enhance analytical skills with the prevention of errors from mistakesof entire construction stages and load distribution ratios Extract utmost quality of results irrespective of abilities

Extract utmost quality of results irrespective of abilities in the use of the program or analytical skillsskills with the prevention of errors from mistakes 6 S M A R T Parametric Analysis

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M A R T
M A R T

Parametric Analysis & Data Interface Analysis between Modules

Optimize design through various parametric analysis functionsAnalysis & Data Interface Analysis between Modules - Tunnel: parametric analysis through change in Ko -

- Tunnel: parametric analysis through change in Ko

- Slope: simultaneous analysis of reinforced/unreinforced slopes in dry/rainy seasons and in earthquake conditions

- Soft Ground: parametric analysis for variations in drainage spacing & types and preloading heights

- Foundation: comparison of bearing capacities and settlements by foundation types, configurations and construction methods

Undertake stress-seepage coupled analysis & slope stability analysis reflecting changes in ground water levelby foundation types, configurations and construction methods Reflect increase in the strength of soft ground for

Reflect increase in the strength of soft ground for limit equilibrium analysisstability analysis reflecting changes in ground water level Interface model data automatically retrieved among different

Interface model data automatically retrieved among different modulesthe strength of soft ground for limit equilibrium analysis 7 S M A R T R

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M A R T
M A R T

Results High Quality Report auto-generation

Define check items in the modeling process to be included in the auto-generated reportT R e s u l t s High Quality Report auto-generation Auto-generate calculation report for

Auto-generate calculation report for bearing capacitymodeling process to be included in the auto-generated report Simplify the work process by eliminating repetitive

Simplify the work process by eliminating repetitive work to produce the summary of resultsreport Auto-generate calculation report for bearing capacity Increase the productivity of preparing project deliverables

Increase the productivity of preparing project deliverablesrepetitive work to produce the summary of results Build up the work efficiency to counter frequent

Build up the work efficiency to counter frequent design changesIncrease the productivity of preparing project deliverables 2-D Equivalent Linear Analysis 2-Arch Tunnel Stability

2-D Equivalent Linear Analysis 2-Arch Tunnel Stability Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation
2-D Equivalent Linear Analysis 2-Arch Tunnel Stability Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation

2-D Equivalent Linear Analysis

2-D Equivalent Linear Analysis 2-Arch Tunnel Stability Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation

2-Arch Tunnel Stability

2-D Equivalent Linear Analysis 2-Arch Tunnel Stability Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation

Soft Ground Consolidation

Analysis 2-Arch Tunnel Stability Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation Stability based on

Stability of Reinforced Slope

Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation Stability based on P-y Analysis Levee Stability

Foundation Stability based on P-y Analysis

Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation Stability based on P-y Analysis Levee Stability

Levee Stability

Soft Ground Consolidation Stability of Reinforced Slope Foundation Stability based on P-y Analysis Levee Stability

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Slope Tunnel SoilWorks 7 Analysis Capabilities FEM Seepage Dynamic
Slope
Tunnel
SoilWorks
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Capabilities
FEM
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Application Areas

Stability checks for tunnel construction stages

Seepage & flux analysis Tunnel lining analysis

Construction stage analysis for temporary structures

Stability checks for adjacent structures

Designing pump capacity during excavation

Ground-pile interface considered

Bridge abutment construction stage analysis

Stability check for lateral displacement including piles

Structural displacement & pile reaction checks

Slope stability analysis (LEM, SRM & SAM)

Construction stages considered

Dry & rainy seasons and at earthquake

Precipitation intensity considered

seasons and at earthquake Precipitation intensity considered Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through Variable Ko

Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through Variable Ko

Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through Variable Ko Loading acting on a Tunnel Lining & Analysis
Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through Variable Ko Loading acting on a Tunnel Lining & Analysis

Loading acting on a Tunnel Lining & Analysis Results

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

Results 05 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Final Ground Deformation at the Last Excavation Stage

Final Ground Deformation at the Last Excavation Stage

Design Final Ground Deformation at the Last Excavation Stage Lateral Movement of a Bridge Abutment Limit

Lateral Movement of a Bridge Abutment

Last Excavation Stage Lateral Movement of a Bridge Abutment Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a
Last Excavation Stage Lateral Movement of a Bridge Abutment Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a

Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a Gallery Entry

a Bridge Abutment Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a Gallery Entry Seepage Analysis Results due

Seepage Analysis Results due to a Cut-off Wall

Application Areas

Smart Modeling Smart Smart Results Surface SoilWorks 7 Smart Functions Smart Smart Analysis Mesh Smart
Smart
Modeling
Smart
Smart
Results
Surface
SoilWorks
7 Smart
Functions
Smart
Smart
Analysis
Mesh
Smart
Smart
Technical
Support
Review
Analysis Mesh Smart Smart Technical Support Review Application Areas Dam (levee) seepage analysis at a full

Application Areas

Dam (levee) seepage analysis at a full water level (flood line) and at a sudden drop in water levelSmart Smart Technical Support Review Application Areas Cut-off wall design 1D & 2D consolidation settlements

Cut-off wall designwater level (flood line) and at a sudden drop in water level 1D & 2D consolidation

1D & 2D consolidation settlements and immediate settlement in sandand at a sudden drop in water level Cut-off wall design Accelerated consolidation construction check Preloading

Accelerated consolidation construction checkconsolidation settlements and immediate settlement in sand Preloading height design Calculation of limit embankment

Preloading height designin sand Accelerated consolidation construction check Calculation of limit embankment height considering the

Calculation of limit embankment height considering the increase in strengthconsolidation construction check Preloading height design - Slope stability coupled analysis Vertical/horizontal

- Slope stability coupled analysis

Vertical/horizontal stability checks for pile foundations

Calculation of foundation displacements and pile reactionsVertical/horizontal stability checks for pile foundations 2-D equivalent linear analysis reflecting soil-structure

2-D equivalent linear analysis reflecting soil-structure interactionCalculation of foundation displacements and pile reactions Time history analysis reflecting train vibration loads

Time history analysis reflecting train vibration loadslinear analysis reflecting soil-structure interaction Analysis Results of Consolidation Settlements in

Time history analysis reflecting train vibration loads Analysis Results of Consolidation Settlements in

Analysis Results of Consolidation Settlements in Construction Stages

Results of Consolidation Settlements in Construction Stages Offshore Pile Foundation Check Soft Ground Design Check

Offshore Pile Foundation Check

in Construction Stages Offshore Pile Foundation Check Soft Ground Design Check Report Total Settlements by

Soft Ground Design Check Report

Total Settlements by Engineering Methods

Design Check Report Total Settlements by Engineering Methods Limit Equilibrium Analysis considering Piles Setting

Limit Equilibrium Analysis considering Piles

Methods Limit Equilibrium Analysis considering Piles Setting Parametric Analysis for Preloading Heights

Setting Parametric Analysis for Preloading Heights

Piles Setting Parametric Analysis for Preloading Heights Evaluation of Adjacent Structure under Train Moving Load

Evaluation of Adjacent Structure under Train Moving Load

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Ground Stress Analysis Finite Element Analysis based Exclusive 2 dimensional Software Modeling Excavation with Temporary

Ground Stress Analysis

Finite Element Analysis based Exclusive 2 dimensional Software

Modeling Excavation with Temporary Structures in Construction Stages Modeling a Bridge Pier Foundation in Construction

Modeling Excavation with Temporary Structures in Construction Stages

Excavation with Temporary Structures in Construction Stages Modeling a Bridge Pier Foundation in Construction Stages

Modeling a Bridge Pier Foundation in Construction Stages

Modeling a Bridge Pier Foundation in Construction Stages Modeling a Temporary Cut-off Wall in Construction Stages

Modeling a Temporary Cut-off Wall in Construction Stages

Stages Modeling a Temporary Cut-off Wall in Construction Stages Modeling a Structure’s Foundation in Construction Stages

Modeling a Structure’s Foundation in Construction Stages

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Design Application AreasStages 07 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Evaluation of effects on adjacent structures during

Evaluation of effects on adjacent structures during constructionSolutions for Practical Design Design Application Areas Stability checks for bridge foundations in construction

Stability checks for bridge foundations in construction stagesof effects on adjacent structures during construction Lateral displacements of bridge abutment piles Stability

Lateral displacements of bridge abutment pileschecks for bridge foundations in construction stages Stability checks for temporary structures by construction

Stability checks for temporary structures by construction stagesstages Lateral displacements of bridge abutment piles Stability checks for underground structures by construction

Stability checks for underground structures by construction stageschecks for temporary structures by construction stages Stability checks due to seepage force by construction stages

Stability checks due to seepage force by construction stageschecks for underground structures by construction stages Analysis Construction stage analysis Static nonlinear

AnalysisStability checks due to seepage force by construction stages Construction stage analysis Static nonlinear analysis

Construction stage analysischecks due to seepage force by construction stages Analysis Static nonlinear analysis Advanced material models such

Static nonlinear analysisby construction stages Analysis Construction stage analysis Advanced material models such as Elastic/Mohr-Coulomb

Advanced material models such as Elastic/Mohr-Coulomb /Hoek-Brown/Duncan-ChangConstruction stage analysis Static nonlinear analysis Analysis coupled with seepage analysis results Technical

Analysis coupled with seepage analysis resultsmodels such as Elastic/Mohr-Coulomb /Hoek-Brown/Duncan-Chang Technical review to check the suitability of analytical

Technical review to check the suitability of analytical modelsAnalysis coupled with seepage analysis results Results & Design Menu system to streamline the analysis

Results & Designreview to check the suitability of analytical models Menu system to streamline the analysis & design

Menu system to streamline the analysis & design processthe suitability of analytical models Results & Design Production of combined forces & stresses in members

Production of combined forces & stresses in membersMenu system to streamline the analysis & design process Generation of a report including tables and

Generation of a report including tables and diagrams of main result itemsProduction of combined forces & stresses in members Built-in allowable displacement criteria for adjacent

Built-in allowable displacement criteria for adjacent structuresa report including tables and diagrams of main result items - Allowable angular displacement by Bjerrum

- Allowable angular displacement by Bjerrum

- Skemton & MacDonald

- Sower

- Wilun & Starzewski

- Boscardin & Cording

FEM

FEM TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Construction stage analysis of a

TUNNEL

TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

SLOPE

TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

SEEPAGE

TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

SOFT GROUND

SOFT GROUND
TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

FOUNDATION

DYNAMIC

TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC
SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Construction stage analysis of a temporary

SoilWorks

Construction stage analysis of a temporary structureSEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Stability check for a temporary structure Number of

Stability check for a temporary structureConstruction stage analysis of a temporary structure Number of construction stages: 9 stages Strength checks for

Number of construction stages: 9 stagesstructure Stability check for a temporary structure Strength checks for temporary structure members Checking

Strength checks for temporary structure memberstemporary structure Number of construction stages: 9 stages Checking displacements of adjacent structures by

Checking displacements of adjacent structures by construction stages9 stages Strength checks for temporary structure members Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.displacements of adjacent structures by construction stages Time taken to optimize structural members: 1 hr. Evaluation

Time taken to optimize structural members: 1 hr.stages Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min. Evaluation of effects on adjacent structures

Evaluation of effects on adjacent structures due to temporary excavation30 min. Time taken to optimize structural members: 1 hr. Stability checks for adjacent structures due

Stability checks for adjacent structures due to temporary excavationeffects on adjacent structures due to temporary excavation Number of construction stages: 9 stages Displacement checks

Number of construction stages: 9 stageschecks for adjacent structures due to temporary excavation Displacement checks for adjacent structures for each

Displacement checks for adjacent structures for each construction stagetemporary excavation Number of construction stages: 9 stages Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.checks for adjacent structures for each construction stage Stability check for a box structure under construction

Stability check for a box structure under construction stagesstage Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min. Stability check for a box structure

Stability check for a box structure for each construction stagecheck for a box structure under construction stages Number of construction stages: 5 stages Total time

Number of construction stages: 5 stagescheck for a box structure for each construction stage Total time taken for modeling & analysis:

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 40 min. (including seepage analysis)construction stage Number of construction stages: 5 stages Bridge abutment construction stage analysis Stability check

Bridge abutment construction stage analysis& analysis: 40 min. (including seepage analysis) Stability check against lateral displacement of an abutment

Stability check against lateral displacement of an abutment due to a high embankmentanalysis) Bridge abutment construction stage analysis Number of construction stages: 4 stages Checking

Number of construction stages: 4 stageslateral displacement of an abutment due to a high embankment Checking displacements of the structure and

Checking displacements of the structure and pile forcesto a high embankment Number of construction stages: 4 stages Total time taken for modeling &

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.Checking displacements of the structure and pile forces Practical Application Cases Extent of Effects on an

Practical Application Cases

Extent of Effects on an Offshore Structure due to Staged Excavation Deformed Shape of Ground

Extent of Effects on an Offshore Structure due to Staged Excavation

Deformed Shape of Ground due to Temporary Excavation Final Settlement after Backfilling an Underground Structure
Deformed Shape of Ground due to Temporary Excavation
Final Settlement after Backfilling an Underground Structure

Flexural Compressive Stress of Piles

Underground Structure Flexural Compressive Stress of Piles Lateral Displacement of Abutment Foundation Flexural

Lateral Displacement of Abutment Foundation Flexural Compressive Stresses of Piles

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Tunnel Design Software Optimized for Tunnel Design & Check Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through

Tunnel Design

Software Optimized for Tunnel Design & Check

Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through Variable Ko Allowable Displacement & Member Forces of Tunnels

Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through Variable Ko

Generation of Multiple Analysis Cases through Variable Ko Allowable Displacement & Member Forces of Tunnels Total

Allowable Displacement & Member Forces of Tunnels

Ko Allowable Displacement & Member Forces of Tunnels Total Output of Results for Ko Parametric Analysis

Total Output of Results for Ko Parametric Analysis

Tapered Sections to accurately Model Lining Shape
Tapered Sections to
accurately Model
Lining Shape

Lining Analysis Graphic Results

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

Design Application AreasResults 09 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Stability checks for tunnel reinforcement methods with

Stability checks for tunnel reinforcement methods with variation in support patternsSolutions for Practical Design Design Application Areas Lining analysis Stability assessment of adjacent structures

Lining analysisreinforcement methods with variation in support patterns Stability assessment of adjacent structures during

Stability assessment of adjacent structures during constructionmethods with variation in support patterns Lining analysis Stability checks due to seepage force by construction

Stability checks due to seepage force by construction stagesassessment of adjacent structures during construction Analysis Convenient parametric analysis through change in Ko

AnalysisStability checks due to seepage force by construction stages Convenient parametric analysis through change in Ko

Convenient parametric analysis through change in Kochecks due to seepage force by construction stages Analysis Lining analysis reflecting non-prismatic tapered sections

Lining analysis reflecting non-prismatic tapered sectionsAnalysis Convenient parametric analysis through change in Ko Construction stage analysis Static nonlinear analysis

Construction stage analysisKo Lining analysis reflecting non-prismatic tapered sections Static nonlinear analysis Advanced material models such as

Static nonlinear analysisnon-prismatic tapered sections Construction stage analysis Advanced material models such as Elastic/Mohr-Coulomb/

Advanced material models such as Elastic/Mohr-Coulomb/ Hoek-Brown/Duncan-ChangConstruction stage analysis Static nonlinear analysis Analysis coupled with seepage analysis results Technical

Analysis coupled with seepage analysis resultsmodels such as Elastic/Mohr-Coulomb/ Hoek-Brown/Duncan-Chang Technical Review for checking proper modeling of tunnels

Technical Review for checking proper modeling of tunnelsAnalysis coupled with seepage analysis results Results & Design Menu system tailored to the tunnel

Results & DesignTechnical Review for checking proper modeling of tunnels Menu system tailored to the tunnel analysis &

Menu system tailored to the tunnel analysis & design processfor checking proper modeling of tunnels Results & Design Auto-reporting of comprehensive results for Ko parametric

Auto-reporting of comprehensive results for Ko parametric analysissystem tailored to the tunnel analysis & design process Production of combined forces & stresses in

Production of combined forces & stresses in membersof comprehensive results for Ko parametric analysis Generation of a report including tables and diagrams of

Generation of a report including tables and diagrams ofProduction of combined forces & stresses in members main result items Built-in allowable displacement criteria

main result items

Built-in allowable displacement criteria for adjacent structuresa report including tables and diagrams of main result items - Allowable angular displacement by Bjerrum

- Allowable angular displacement by Bjerrum

- Skemton & MacDonald

- Sower

- Wilun & Starzewski

- Boscardin & Cording

FEMTUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Tunnel reinforcement pattern checks Tunnel

TUNNEL

FEM TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Tunnel reinforcement pattern checks

SLOPE

SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

SEEPAGE

SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

SOFT GROUND

SOFT GROUND
SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

FOUNDATION

DYNAMIC

DYNAMIC

SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Tunnel reinforcement pattern checks Tunnel

SoilWorks

Tunnel reinforcement pattern checksSEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Tunnel construction stage analysis & rock bolt pattern

Tunnel construction stage analysis & rock bolt pattern checksDYNAMIC SoilWorks Tunnel reinforcement pattern checks Rock Class III, rock bolt pattern 3 Number of construction

Rock Class III, rock bolt pattern 3construction stage analysis & rock bolt pattern checks Number of construction stages: 9 stages Total time

Number of construction stages: 9 stagesrock bolt pattern checks Rock Class III, rock bolt pattern 3 Total time taken for modeling

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.rock bolt pattern 3 Number of construction stages: 9 stages Evaluation of settlement effects on adjacent

Evaluation of settlement effects on adjacent structures due to tunnel excavationstages Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min. Checking settlements of existing structures under

Checking settlements of existing structures under which a tunnel is excavatedeffects on adjacent structures due to tunnel excavation Distance between the structures and the tunnel crown:

Distance between the structures and the tunnel crown: 16mof existing structures under which a tunnel is excavated Number of construction stages: 10 stages Total

Number of construction stages: 10 stagesDistance between the structures and the tunnel crown: 16m Total time taken for modeling & analysis:

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.tunnel crown: 16m Number of construction stages: 10 stages Tunnel Lining Analysis Structural analysis of tunnel

Tunnel Lining Analysisstages Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min. Structural analysis of tunnel lining for

Structural analysis of tunnel lining for section designfor modeling & analysis: 30 min. Tunnel Lining Analysis Static nonlinear analysis (beam & spring model)

Static nonlinear analysis (beam & spring model)Structural analysis of tunnel lining for section design Generation of load combinations and service loads for

Generation of load combinations and service loads for structural designdesign Static nonlinear analysis (beam & spring model) Evaluation of lining for adequacy Total time taken

Evaluation of lining for adequacyof load combinations and service loads for structural design Total time taken for modeling & analysis:

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.for structural design Evaluation of lining for adequacy Seepage-Stress Coupled Analysis Checking rock bolts

Seepage-Stress Coupled Analysis

Checking rock bolts reflecting changes in ground water level during tunnel excavation& analysis: 30 min. Seepage-Stress Coupled Analysis Number of construction stages: 8 stages Checking

Number of construction stages: 8 stageschanges in ground water level during tunnel excavation Checking displacements & member forces of tunnel

Checking displacements & member forces of tunnel reinforcement & rock boltstunnel excavation Number of construction stages: 8 stages Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 40

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 40 min. (including seepage analysis)& member forces of tunnel reinforcement & rock bolts Practical Application Cases Vertical Displacements due to

Practical Application Cases

Vertical Displacements due to Tunnel Excavation
Vertical Displacements
due to Tunnel Excavation

Axial Force Check for Rock Bolts

due to Tunnel Excavation Axial Force Check for Rock Bolts Differential Settlements of Adjacent Structures due

Differential Settlements of Adjacent Structures due to Tunnel Excavation

Settlements of Adjacent Structures due to Tunnel Excavation Loading acting on a Tunnel Lining Tunnel Lining

Loading acting on a Tunnel Lining

due to Tunnel Excavation Loading acting on a Tunnel Lining Tunnel Lining Analysis Results Seepage Analysis

Tunnel Lining Analysis Results

Seepage Analysis by Construction Stages
Seepage Analysis by
Construction Stages

Stress Analysis by Construction Stages

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Slope Analysis & Design Various Analysis Methods Implemented for Optimal Design of Slopes Limit Equilibrium

Slope Analysis & Design

Various Analysis Methods Implemented for Optimal Design of Slopes

Limit Equilibrium Analysis of a Cut Slope Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a Gallery

Limit Equilibrium Analysis of a Cut Slope

Limit Equilibrium Analysis of a Cut Slope Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a Gallery Entry

Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a Gallery Entry

Limit Equilibrium Analysis of Slopes at a Gallery Entry Slope Stability Analysis Results Estimation of safety

Slope Stability Analysis Results

Estimation of safety factor considering slope formation condition

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

Design Application Areascondition 11 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Stability checks for cut slopes Stability checks for banked

Stability checks for cut slopesSolutions for Practical Design Design Application Areas Stability checks for banked slopes Checking limit embankment

Stability checks for banked slopesDesign Application Areas Stability checks for cut slopes Checking limit embankment heights underlain by soft grounds

Checking limit embankment heights underlain by soft groundschecks for cut slopes Stability checks for banked slopes Lateral movement of a bridge abutment foundation

Lateral movement of a bridge abutment foundation reflecting the effect of pilesChecking limit embankment heights underlain by soft grounds Slope stability checks considering the intensity of

Slope stability checks considering the intensity of precipitationa bridge abutment foundation reflecting the effect of piles Stability check for dams/levees Analysis Simultaneous

Stability check for dams/leveesstability checks considering the intensity of precipitation Analysis Simultaneous analyses for dry/rainy seasons and in

Analysisintensity of precipitation Stability check for dams/levees Simultaneous analyses for dry/rainy seasons and in

Simultaneous analyses for dry/rainy seasons and in earthquake conditionsof precipitation Stability check for dams/levees Analysis Expected failure surface intuitively checked prior to

Expected failure surface intuitively checked prior to performing analysisanalyses for dry/rainy seasons and in earthquake conditions Auto-generation of circular arc sliding surface,

Auto-generation of circular arc sliding surface, non-circular arc sliding surface and automatic failure surfacesurface intuitively checked prior to performing analysis Simultaneous calculations of safety factors for limit

Simultaneous calculations of safety factors for limit equilibrium analysis and shear strength reduction analysis within a same modelarc sliding surface and automatic failure surface Calculation of safety factors reflecting changes in stress

Calculation of safety factors reflecting changes in stress by construction stagesand shear strength reduction analysis within a same model Technical Review for checking proper modeling of

Technical Review for checking proper modeling of slopesfactors reflecting changes in stress by construction stages Limit equilibrium analysis reflecting the intensity of

Limit equilibrium analysis reflecting the intensity of precipitation or seepage effectsTechnical Review for checking proper modeling of slopes Limit equilibrium analysis reflecting the increase in

Limit equilibrium analysis reflecting the increase in strength due to 1D consolidationreflecting the intensity of precipitation or seepage effects Practical reinforcement materials

Practical reinforcement materials (Nail/Pile/Anchor/Strip/Strut)reflecting the increase in strength due to 1D consolidation Results & Design Effectively simplified repetitive tasks

Results & Designreinforcement materials (Nail/Pile/Anchor/Strip/Strut) Effectively simplified repetitive tasks of compiling results

Effectively simplified repetitive tasks of compiling results using Smart Results(Nail/Pile/Anchor/Strip/Strut) Results & Design Simultaneous analyses of various conditions for reinforced

Simultaneous analyses of various conditions for reinforced /unreinforced slopes and dry/rainy seasonsrepetitive tasks of compiling results using Smart Results Generation of a report including tables and diagrams

Generation of a report including tables and diagrams of main result itemsfor reinforced /unreinforced slopes and dry/rainy seasons Evaluation of stability check results considering slope

Evaluation of stability check results considering slope formation condition/unreinforced slopes and dry/rainy seasons Generation of a report including tables and diagrams of main result

FEM

F E M TUNNEL

TUNNEL

F E M TUNNEL

SLOPE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Construction stage analysis

SEEPAGE

SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

SOFT GROUND

SOFT GROUND
SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

FOUNDATION

DYNAMIC

SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC
SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Construction stage analysis Evaluation of slope

SoilWorks

Construction stage analysisSEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Evaluation of slope stability for each excavation stage

Evaluation of slope stability for each excavation stageFOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Construction stage analysis Simultaneous analyses of limit equilibrium/strength

Simultaneous analyses of limit equilibrium/strength reduction for a given slope sectionEvaluation of slope stability for each excavation stage Calculations of safety factors by construction stages Total

Calculations of safety factors by construction stagesequilibrium/strength reduction for a given slope section Total time taken for modeling & analysis - Limit

Total time taken for modeling & analysisCalculations of safety factors by construction stages - Limit Equilibrium Method analysis (LEM): 5 min. -

- Limit Equilibrium Method analysis (LEM): 5 min.

- Strength Reduction Method analysis (SRM): 15 min.

Evaluation of lateral movement of a bridge abutment (piles considered/un-considered)5 min. - Strength Reduction Method analysis (SRM): 15 min. Lateral displacements of an abutment with

Lateral displacements of an abutment with and without the presence of pilesof a bridge abutment (piles considered/un-considered) Analyzed by Limit Equilibrium Method (LEM) & Strength

Analyzed by Limit Equilibrium Method (LEM) & Strength Reduction Method (SRM)of an abutment with and without the presence of piles Total time taken for modeling &

Total time taken for modeling & analysisMethod (LEM) & Strength Reduction Method (SRM) - Limit Equilibrium Method analysis (LEM): 5 min. -

- Limit Equilibrium Method analysis (LEM): 5 min.

- Strength Reduction Method analysis (SRM): 10 min.

Evaluation of slope stability reflecting the intensity of precipitation5 min. - Strength Reduction Method analysis (SRM): 10 min. Seepage analysis reflecting the intensity of

Seepage analysis reflecting the intensity of precipitationof slope stability reflecting the intensity of precipitation Limit equilibrium analysis coupled with seepage analysis

Limit equilibrium analysis coupled with seepage analysis resultsSeepage analysis reflecting the intensity of precipitation Slope stability checks by strength reduction method due to

Slope stability checks by strength reduction method due to seepage forcesequilibrium analysis coupled with seepage analysis results Total time taken for modeling & analysis - Seepage

Total time taken for modeling & analysischecks by strength reduction method due to seepage forces - Seepage analysis: 10 min. - Limit

- Seepage analysis: 10 min.

- Limit Equilibrium Method analysis (LEM): 5 min.

- Strength Reduction Method analysis (SRM): 15 min.

Practical Application Cases

Changes in Safety Factors by Construction Stages (LEM) Changes in Failure Surfaces by Construction Stages

Changes in Safety Factors by Construction Stages (LEM)

Changes in Safety Factors by Construction Stages (LEM) Changes in Failure Surfaces by Construction Stages (SRM)

Changes in Failure Surfaces by Construction Stages (SRM)

Changes in Failure Surfaces by Construction Stages (SRM) Limit Equilibrium Analysis without the Effects of Piles

Limit Equilibrium Analysis without the Effects of Piles

Limit Equilibrium Analysis without the Effects of Piles Limit Equilibrium Analysis with the Effects of Piles

Limit Equilibrium Analysis with the Effects of Piles

Piles Limit Equilibrium Analysis with the Effects of Piles Flexural Compressive Stresses of Piles Strength Reduction

Flexural Compressive Stresses of Piles

the Effects of Piles Flexural Compressive Stresses of Piles Strength Reduction Analysis with the Effects of

Strength Reduction Analysis with the Effects of Piles

Seepage Analysis reflecting the Intensity of Precipitation
Seepage Analysis reflecting the
Intensity of Precipitation

Slope Stability Check using Seepage Analysis Results

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Seepage Analysis & Design Software Coupling Seepage Analysis Results with All Other Analyses Steady Flow

Seepage Analysis & Design

Software Coupling Seepage Analysis Results with All Other Analyses

Steady Flow Seepage Analysis at a Temporary Structure Transient Flow Seepage Analysis for a Levee

Steady Flow Seepage Analysis at a Temporary Structure

Steady Flow Seepage Analysis at a Temporary Structure Transient Flow Seepage Analysis for a Levee Unsaturated

Transient Flow Seepage Analysis for a Levee

Structure Transient Flow Seepage Analysis for a Levee Unsaturated Function Property Curves Flux Analysis due to

Unsaturated Function Property Curves

Transient Flow Seepage Analysis for a Levee Unsaturated Function Property Curves Flux Analysis due to Tunnel

Flux Analysis due to Tunnel Excavation

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

Design Application AreasExcavation 13 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Seepage & flux analysis for tunnel construction stages

Seepage & flux analysis for tunnel construction stagesSolutions for Practical Design Design Application Areas Seepage analysis for a cut slope reflecting the intensity

Seepage analysis for a cut slope reflecting the intensity of precipitationSeepage & flux analysis for tunnel construction stages Seepage analysis for dams & levees at a

Seepage analysis for dams & levees at a flood water level and at a suddenly dropped water levelfor a cut slope reflecting the intensity of precipitation Evaluation for suitability of cut-off wall construction

Evaluation for suitability of cut-off wall constructionat a flood water level and at a suddenly dropped water level Pump capacity design for

Pump capacity design for excavation for temporary structures and foundationsEvaluation for suitability of cut-off wall construction Analysis Various permeability coefficient functions and

Analysisfor excavation for temporary structures and foundations Various permeability coefficient functions and function

Various permeability coefficient functions and function property curvesexcavation for temporary structures and foundations Analysis Consideration of saturated & unsaturated grounds Steady

Consideration of saturated & unsaturated groundscoefficient functions and function property curves Steady flow seepage analysis Transient seepage analysis

Steady flow seepage analysiscurves Consideration of saturated & unsaturated grounds Transient seepage analysis Reflection of upward/downward

Transient seepage analysis& unsaturated grounds Steady flow seepage analysis Reflection of upward/downward seepage forces Construction

Reflection of upward/downward seepage forcesSteady flow seepage analysis Transient seepage analysis Construction stage analysis & slope stability analysis

Construction stage analysis & slope stability analysis coupled with pore water pressure & effective stress calculated from seepage analysisanalysis Reflection of upward/downward seepage forces Results & Design Calculation of drainage capacity for

Results & Design& effective stress calculated from seepage analysis Calculation of drainage capacity for seepage into tunnels

Calculation of drainage capacity for seepage into tunnelsstress calculated from seepage analysis Results & Design Calculation of ground water drawdown and outflow flux

Calculation of ground water drawdown and outflow flux due to excavationCalculation of drainage capacity for seepage into tunnels Prediction of changes in ground water level due

Prediction of changes in ground water level due to the intensity of precipitationof ground water drawdown and outflow flux due to excavation Prediction of ground water level &

Prediction of ground water level & calculation of current speed in a levee at the flood water levelin ground water level due to the intensity of precipitation Prediction of changes in ground water

Prediction of changes in ground water level in a dam at the full water levelof current speed in a levee at the flood water level Calculation of ground water level

Calculation of ground water level to be coupled with stress analysis or limit equilibrium analysisspeed in a levee at the flood water level Prediction of changes in ground water level

FEM

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE

TUNNEL

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE

SLOPE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE

SEEPAGE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE Cut-off wall driven depth check Checking the optimal embedded depth

Cut-off wall driven depth checkF E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE Checking the optimal embedded depth of a sheet pile Checking

Checking the optimal embedded depth of a sheet pileM TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE Cut-off wall driven depth check Checking the outflow speed at the protected

Checking the outflow speed at the protected side of a levee after constructioncheck Checking the optimal embedded depth of a sheet pile Total time taken for modeling &

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 20 min.speed at the protected side of a levee after construction Calculation of ground water level reflecting

Calculation of ground water level reflecting the intensity of precipitation at a cut slopeTotal time taken for modeling & analysis: 20 min. Checking slope stability after predicting the ground

Checking slope stability after predicting the ground water level due to the intensity of precipitationreflecting the intensity of precipitation at a cut slope Prediction of changes in ground water level

Prediction of changes in ground water level by different intensities of precipitationthe ground water level due to the intensity of precipitation Total time taken for modeling &

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 20 min.ground water level by different intensities of precipitation Checking outflow flux during foundation excavation

Checking outflow flux during foundation excavationTotal time taken for modeling & analysis: 20 min. Calculation of outflow flux during excavation for

Calculation of outflow flux during excavation for foundation constructed near a river20 min. Checking outflow flux during foundation excavation Calculation of the number of pumps and capacity

Calculation of the number of pumps and capacity based on the prediction of outflow flux during constructionduring excavation for foundation constructed near a river Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 20

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 20 min.based on the prediction of outflow flux during construction SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Practical

SOFT GROUND

SOFT GROUND
SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC

FOUNDATION

DYNAMIC

SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC
analysis: 20 min. SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Practical Application Cases Seepage Analysis

SoilWorks

Practical Application Cases

Seepage Analysis Results due to the Cut-off Effect
Seepage Analysis Results due to the Cut-off Effect
Seepage Analysis Results due to the Cut-off Effect Change in Ground Water Level at a Cut

Change in Ground Water Level at a Cut Slope

Results due to the Cut-off Effect Change in Ground Water Level at a Cut Slope Outflow

Outflow Flux at the Base of Foundation

Change in Ground Water Level due to Intense Precipitation Seepage Analysis at Foundation Excavation
Change in Ground Water Level due to
Intense Precipitation
Seepage
Analysis at
Foundation
Excavation

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Soft Ground Analysis & Design Effective Software for Optimal Design of Soft Ground Setting for

Soft Ground Analysis & Design

Effective Software for Optimal Design of Soft Ground

Setting for Preliminary Analysis
Setting for
Preliminary
Analysis

Consolidation Settlement Results for Construction Stages

Consolidation Settlement Results for Construction Stages Definition of Drainage Type Definition for Parametric

Definition of

Drainage Type

Definition for Parametric Analysis of Drainage Spacing
Definition for
Parametric Analysis
of Drainage Spacing

Definition for Parametric Analysis of Preloading Height

Soft Ground Design Report
Soft Ground
Design Report

Generation

Analysis of Total Settlement Results by Construction Methods

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

Design Application AreasMethods 15 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Calculations of primary & secondary consolidation

Calculations of primary & secondary consolidation settlements in soft claySolutions for Practical Design Design Application Areas Calculation of immediate settlements in sandy soils Checking

Calculation of immediate settlements in sandy soils& secondary consolidation settlements in soft clay Checking accelerated consolidation by improvement methods

Checking accelerated consolidation by improvement methodsclay Calculation of immediate settlements in sandy soils Calculation of preloading heights Calculation of

Calculation of preloading heightsChecking accelerated consolidation by improvement methods Calculation of construction periods of staged embankments as

Calculation of construction periods of staged embankments as per consolidation managementby improvement methods Calculation of preloading heights Calculation of limit embankment heights (slope coupled

Calculation of limit embankment heights (slope coupled analysis) reflecting the strength increase for each staged embankmentof staged embankments as per consolidation management Checking drainage functionality & drivability of

Checking drainage functionality & drivability of equipmentreflecting the strength increase for each staged embankment Stability checks for adjacent structures using FEM

Stability checks for adjacent structures using FEM consolidation analysis by construction stagesdrainage functionality & drivability of equipment Analysis Preliminary analysis of settlement pertaining to

Analysisusing FEM consolidation analysis by construction stages Preliminary analysis of settlement pertaining to soft layer

Preliminary analysis of settlement pertaining to soft layer thickness – embankment heightFEM consolidation analysis by construction stages Analysis Primary consolidation settlement analysis pertaining to

Primary consolidation settlement analysis pertaining to construction stages and one time embankmentpertaining to soft layer thickness – embankment height Parametric analysis for drainage types and spacing

Parametric analysis for drainage types and spacingpertaining to construction stages and one time embankment Parametric analysis for preloading heights Calculation of

Parametric analysis for preloading heightsParametric analysis for drainage types and spacing Calculation of the increase in the strength of soft

Calculation of the increase in the strength of soft ground fortypes and spacing Parametric analysis for preloading heights each construction stage Calculation of an immediate

each construction stage

Calculation of an immediate settlement of soft sandy soilsin the strength of soft ground for each construction stage Simultaneously checking the 1-D consolidation theory

Simultaneously checking the 1-D consolidation theory & finite element analysisCalculation of an immediate settlement of soft sandy soils Advanced soft ground material models such as

Advanced soft ground material models such asthe 1-D consolidation theory & finite element analysis MCC model & S-O model Supporting practice oriented

MCC model & S-O model

Supporting practice oriented drainage (PBD, SCP, GCP, SD, Pack Drain, CD & Fiber)ground material models such as MCC model & S-O model Technical Review for checking proper modeling

Technical Review for checking proper modeling of soft groundsdrainage (PBD, SCP, GCP, SD, Pack Drain, CD & Fiber) Results & Design Effectively simplified repetitive

Results & DesignReview for checking proper modeling of soft grounds Effectively simplified repetitive tasks of compiling results

Effectively simplified repetitive tasks of compiling resultsproper modeling of soft grounds Results & Design using Smart Results Comparative analysis of the results

using Smart Results

Comparative analysis of the results of various improvement methods intuitivelyrepetitive tasks of compiling results using Smart Results Stability checks for adjacent structures by FEM

Stability checks for adjacent structures by FEM consolidation analysisof the results of various improvement methods intuitively Design option function for evaluating the allowable residual

Design option function for evaluating the allowable residual settlements of soft groundschecks for adjacent structures by FEM consolidation analysis Calculation of construction periods of staged embankments as

Calculation of construction periods of staged embankments as per consolidation managementby FEM consolidation analysis Design option function for evaluating the allowable residual settlements of soft grounds

FEM

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE

TUNNEL

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE

SLOPE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE

SEEPAGE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE

1-D consolidation analysis for staged embankmentF E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE Checking time-settlement based on staged embankments Settlement check due to

Checking time-settlement based on staged embankmentsSEEPAGE 1-D consolidation analysis for staged embankment Settlement check due to additional embankment for road

Settlement check due to additional embankment for road wideningChecking time-settlement based on staged embankments Applied improvement method: PBD+SCP Number of embankment

Applied improvement method: PBD+SCPcheck due to additional embankment for road widening Number of embankment stages: 4 stages Total time

Number of embankment stages: 4 stagesfor road widening Applied improvement method: PBD+SCP Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 10 min.

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 10 min.method: PBD+SCP Number of embankment stages: 4 stages FEM consolidation analysis using MCC model Consolidation

FEM consolidation analysis using MCC modelstages Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 10 min. Consolidation analysis in construction stages using

Consolidation analysis in construction stages using Modified Cam Clay modelanalysis: 10 min. FEM consolidation analysis using MCC model Checking the settlement effect of an existing

Checking the settlement effect of an existing road due to additional embankmentin construction stages using Modified Cam Clay model Checking a settlement prevention method using sheet piles

Checking a settlement prevention method using sheet pileseffect of an existing road due to additional embankment Total time taken for modeling & analysis:

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.Checking a settlement prevention method using sheet piles Checking limit embankment heights reflecting the increase in

Checking limit embankment heights reflecting the increase in strengthpiles Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min. Increase in strength calculated for each

Increase in strength calculated for each embankment stagelimit embankment heights reflecting the increase in strength Limit equilibrium analysis performed to calculate the limit

Limit equilibrium analysis performed to calculate the limit embankment height at each stageIncrease in strength calculated for each embankment stage Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30 min.to calculate the limit embankment height at each stage - 1-D consolidation analysis: 10 min. -

- 1-D consolidation analysis: 10 min.

- Limit equilibrium analysis: 20 min.

Calculation of pre-loading heightanalysis: 10 min. - Limit equilibrium analysis: 20 min. Residual settlement checks based on pre-loading heights

Residual settlement checks based on pre-loading heightsanalysis: 20 min. Calculation of pre-loading height Pre-loading heights: 0.5m / 1.0m / 1.5m Total time

Pre-loading heights: 0.5m / 1.0m / 1.5mResidual settlement checks based on pre-loading heights Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 10 min.

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 10 min.pre-loading heights Pre-loading heights: 0.5m / 1.0m / 1.5m SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Practical

SOFT GROUND

time taken for modeling & analysis: 10 min. SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Practical Application Cases

FOUNDATION

DYNAMIC

FOUNDATION DYNAMIC
& analysis: 10 min. SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Practical Application Cases Results of

SoilWorks

Practical Application Cases

Results of Construction Stage Consolidation Analysis (Time – Settlement) Excess Pore Water Pressure Distribution

Results of Construction Stage Consolidation Analysis (Time – Settlement)

Stage Consolidation Analysis (Time – Settlement) Excess Pore Water Pressure Distribution Defining Zones to be

Excess Pore Water Pressure Distribution

– Settlement) Excess Pore Water Pressure Distribution Defining Zones to be Considered for Increases in Strength
– Settlement) Excess Pore Water Pressure Distribution Defining Zones to be Considered for Increases in Strength

Defining Zones to be Considered for Increases in Strength

Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 1m in Height

Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 1m in Height Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment
Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 1m in Height Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment

Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional

Embankment of 6m in Height

Slope Stability Analysis for an

Additional Embankment of 3m in Height

Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 3m in Height Analysis of Results for Residual Settlement Checks

Analysis of Results for Residual Settlement Checks for Varying Pre-loading Heights

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Foundation Analysis & Design Selection of Practical Foundation Type & Deliverables Oriented Main Window for

Foundation Analysis & Design

Selection of Practical Foundation Type & Deliverables Oriented

Main Window for Foundation Design
Main Window for Foundation Design

Steel Pipe Pile Section Database

for Foundation Design Steel Pipe Pile Section Database Definition of Pile Spacing Pile Arrangement & Analysis

Definition of Pile Spacing

for Foundation Design Steel Pipe Pile Section Database Definition of Pile Spacing Pile Arrangement & Analysis

Pile Arrangement & Analysis Results

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

Design Application AreasResults 17 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Vertical stability checks for pile foundations Horizontal

Vertical stability checks for pile foundationsSolutions for Practical Design Design Application Areas Horizontal stability checks for pile foundations Pile

Horizontal stability checks for pile foundationsAreas Vertical stability checks for pile foundations Pile foundation design based on P-y analysis (single/group

Pile foundation design based on P-y analysis (single/group piles)foundations Horizontal stability checks for pile foundations Analysis Settlement checks simultaneously performed for

Analysisfoundation design based on P-y analysis (single/group piles) Settlement checks simultaneously performed for various

Settlement checks simultaneously performed for various foundation types & sizes under given ground conditionsdesign based on P-y analysis (single/group piles) Analysis Pile foundation displacement checks using P-y analysis

Pile foundation displacement checks using P-y analysis (single/group piles)foundation types & sizes under given ground conditions Analysis reflecting pile head conditions (fixed/hinged)

Analysis reflecting pile head conditions (fixed/hinged)displacement checks using P-y analysis (single/group piles) Preliminary analysis using the ground and structural

Preliminary analysis using the ground and structural material database and structural section database built into the programAnalysis reflecting pile head conditions (fixed/hinged) Results & Design Calculation of pile member forces by

Results & Designand structural section database built into the program Calculation of pile member forces by P-y analysis

Calculation of pile member forces by P-y analysissection database built into the program Results & Design Auto-generation of report for the results of

Auto-generation of report for the results of P-y analysisDesign Calculation of pile member forces by P-y analysis Flexible manipulation of pile layout in group

Flexible manipulation of pile layout in group pilesAuto-generation of report for the results of P-y analysis Report of result analysis due to the

Report of result analysis due to the difference between the pile specification and construction methodanalysis Flexible manipulation of pile layout in group piles Intuitive graphical results for pile member forces

Intuitive graphical results for pile member forces and ground reactionsin group piles Report of result analysis due to the difference between the pile specification and

FEM

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND

TUNNEL

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND

SLOPE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND

SEEPAGE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND

SOFT GROUND

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND

FOUNDATION

DYNAMIC
DYNAMIC

SoilWorks

Comparison of single pile member forces between piles of different specificationsSLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Checking member forces for determining pile

Checking member forces for determining pile type/shape/size/material for a single pilepile member forces between piles of different specifications Steel pipe pile D=508mm, t=12mm vs PHC pile

Steel pipe pile D=508mm, t=12mm vs PHC pile D=500mm, t=80mmdetermining pile type/shape/size/material for a single pile Total time taken for modeling, analysis & report

Total time taken for modeling, analysis & report generation: 20 min.Steel pipe pile D=508mm, t=12mm vs PHC pile D=500mm, t=80mm Comparison of displacements between different pile

Comparison of displacements between different pile construction methodsfor modeling, analysis & report generation: 20 min. Comparison of displacements for steel pipe piles under

Comparison of displacements for steel pipe piles under different construction methodsof displacements between different pile construction methods Steel pipe pile D=508mm, t=12mm @ 5x5 spacing Comparison

Steel pipe pile D=508mm, t=12mm @ 5x5 spacingfor steel pipe piles under different construction methods Comparison of displacements between driven and augered piles

Comparison of displacements between driven and augered pilesmethods Steel pipe pile D=508mm, t=12mm @ 5x5 spacing Total time taken for modeling, analysis &

Total time taken for modeling, analysis & report generation: 20 min.Comparison of displacements between driven and augered piles P-y analysis for exposed offshore piles Checking for

P-y analysis for exposed offshore pilesfor modeling, analysis & report generation: 20 min. Checking for selection of pile type/shape/size/material

Checking for selection of pile type/shape/size/material & optimal layout of offshore pile foundationgeneration: 20 min. P-y analysis for exposed offshore piles 15 Driven piles with D=1,500mm vs 9

15 Driven piles with D=1,500mm vs 9 driven piles with D=2,000mm& optimal layout of offshore pile foundation Horizontal stability check by P-y nonlinear analysis for

Horizontal stability check by P-y nonlinear analysis for each pileDriven piles with D=1,500mm vs 9 driven piles with D=2,000mm Total time taken for modeling, analysis

Total time taken for modeling, analysis & report generation: 30 min.stability check by P-y nonlinear analysis for each pile Practical Application Cases Steel Pipe Pile Selected

Practical Application Cases

Steel Pipe Pile Selected
Steel Pipe Pile Selected

PHC Pile Selected

Steel Pipe Pile Layout
Steel Pipe Pile Layout

Pile Layout Dependent of Construction Method

9 – 2,000 Dia. Layout 15 – 1,500 Dia. Layout
9 – 2,000 Dia. Layout
15 – 1,500 Dia. Layout
Layout Dependent of Construction Method 9 – 2,000 Dia. Layout 15 – 1,500 Dia. Layout Offshore

Offshore Pile Foundation Check

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Dynamic Analysis & Seismic Design Software for Setting the Standard for Advanced Dynamic Analysis Seismic

Dynamic Analysis & Seismic Design

Software for Setting the Standard for Advanced Dynamic Analysis

Seismic Design Check for Abutment Foundation Dynamic Nonlinear Properties of Ground Composition of Ground Layers

Seismic Design Check for Abutment Foundation

Seismic Design Check for Abutment Foundation Dynamic Nonlinear Properties of Ground Composition of Ground Layers for

Dynamic Nonlinear Properties of Ground

Abutment Foundation Dynamic Nonlinear Properties of Ground Composition of Ground Layers for Analysis Database of

Composition of Ground Layers for Analysis

of Ground Composition of Ground Layers for Analysis Database of Historical Seismic Waves Checking Maximum

Database of Historical Seismic Waves

Layers for Analysis Database of Historical Seismic Waves Checking Maximum Accelerations for Ground Layers through

Checking Maximum Accelerations for Ground Layers through Depths

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Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

Design Application AreasDepths 19 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Calculation of maximum accelerations for ground layers

Calculation of maximum accelerations for ground layers through depths for checking liquefaction of soft sandsSolutions for Practical Design Design Application Areas Seismic analysis using various earthquake history records

Seismic analysis using various earthquake history records and artificial seismic wavesthrough depths for checking liquefaction of soft sands 2-D equivalent linear analysis reflecting soil-structure

2-D equivalent linear analysis reflecting soil-structure interactionearthquake history records and artificial seismic waves Time history analysis reflecting train vibration loads

Time history analysis reflecting train vibration loadslinear analysis reflecting soil-structure interaction Evaluation of vibration effects due to blast loads Analysis

Evaluation of vibration effects due to blast loadsTime history analysis reflecting train vibration loads Analysis 1-D ground response analysis 2-D equivalent linear

Analysisloads Evaluation of vibration effects due to blast loads 1-D ground response analysis 2-D equivalent linear

1-D ground response analysisEvaluation of vibration effects due to blast loads Analysis 2-D equivalent linear (SSI) analysis Time history

2-D equivalent linear (SSI) analysisdue to blast loads Analysis 1-D ground response analysis Time history dynamic analysis (linear) Response spectrum

Time history dynamic analysis (linear)response analysis 2-D equivalent linear (SSI) analysis Response spectrum analysis Auto-generation of elastic

Response spectrum analysislinear (SSI) analysis Time history dynamic analysis (linear) Auto-generation of elastic boundary elements for ground

Auto-generation of elastic boundary elements for ground springshistory dynamic analysis (linear) Response spectrum analysis Auto-generation of viscous boundary elements for damping

Auto-generation of viscous boundary elements for damping constantsof elastic boundary elements for ground springs Auto-generation of response spectrums Built-in historical

Auto-generation of response spectrumsof viscous boundary elements for damping constants Built-in historical seismic waves (long period & short

Built-in historical seismic waves (long period & short period waves) for practical designfor damping constants Auto-generation of response spectrums Built-in database of worldwide earthquake records &

Built-in database of worldwide earthquake records & auto-generation of seismic waves(long period & short period waves) for practical design Results & Design Calculation of maximum accelerations

Results & Designearthquake records & auto-generation of seismic waves Calculation of maximum accelerations for ground layers

Calculation of maximum accelerations for ground layers through depths by 1-D ground response analyses& auto-generation of seismic waves Results & Design Calculation of member forces of underground structures by

Calculation of member forces of underground structures by 2-D equivalent linear (SSI) analysisground layers through depths by 1-D ground response analyses Seismic analyses of slopes & bridge foundations

Seismic analyses of slopes & bridge foundations using design seismic wavesstructures by 2-D equivalent linear (SSI) analysis Calculation of maximum vibrations of adjacent structures due

Calculation of maximum vibrations of adjacent structures due to blast & vibration loadsslopes & bridge foundations using design seismic waves Calculation of maximum displacements of structures under

Calculation of maximum displacements of structures under design using seismic wavesusing design seismic waves Calculation of maximum vibrations of adjacent structures due to blast & vibration

FEM

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION

TUNNEL

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION

SLOPE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION

SEEPAGE

F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION

SOFT GROUND

SOFT GROUND
F E M TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION

FOUNDATION

TUNNEL SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Evaluation of seismic performance of

DYNAMIC

SLOPE SEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Evaluation of seismic performance of underground

SoilWorks

Evaluation of seismic performance of underground structure using SSI analysisSEEPAGE SOFT GROUND FOUNDATION DYNAMIC SoilWorks Soil-structure interaction analysis of underground structure

Soil-structure interaction analysis of underground structure performedperformance of underground structure using SSI analysis Applied load: historical seismic wave (long period wave)

Applied load: historical seismic wave (long period wave)interaction analysis of underground structure performed Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30min. -

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30min.Applied load: historical seismic wave (long period wave) - Modeling: 20 min. - Analysis: 10 min.

- Modeling: 20 min.

- Analysis: 10 min.

Evaluation of vibration effects on adjacent structure due to train vibrationanalysis: 30min. - Modeling: 20 min. - Analysis: 10 min. Vibration on adjacent structure due to

Vibration on adjacent structure due to new subway constructioneffects on adjacent structure due to train vibration Applied load: time history load for train vibration

Applied load: time history load for train vibrationon adjacent structure due to new subway construction Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30min.

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30min.Applied load: time history load for train vibration - Modeling: 20 min. - Analysis: 10 min.

- Modeling: 20 min.

- Analysis: 10 min.

Evaluation of vibration effects on adjacent structure due to blast loadsanalysis: 30min. - Modeling: 20 min. - Analysis: 10 min. Effects on adjacent structure due to

Effects on adjacent structure due to rock blasting for tunnel constructionvibration effects on adjacent structure due to blast loads Applied load: blast load Total time taken

Applied load: blast loadstructure due to rock blasting for tunnel construction Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30min.

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 30min.blasting for tunnel construction Applied load: blast load - Modeling: 20 min. - Analysis: 10 min.

- Modeling: 20 min.

- Analysis: 10 min.

Practical Application Cases

Shear Modulus Damping Ratio due to Soil-Structure Interaction
Shear Modulus Damping Ratio
due to Soil-Structure Interaction
Modulus Damping Ratio due to Soil-Structure Interaction Structural Member Forces Evaluation of Adjacent Structure

Structural Member Forces

Evaluation of Adjacent Structure under Train Moving Load
Evaluation of Adjacent Structure
under Train Moving Load

Vibrations of Structure Base with Time

Evaluation of Blast Vibration of Adjacent Structure
Evaluation of Blast Vibration
of Adjacent Structure
of Structure Base with Time Evaluation of Blast Vibration of Adjacent Structure Vibrations of Structure Base

Vibrations of Structure Base with Time

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Coupled Analyses in Various Fields

Software Optimized for Flexible & Rational Coupled Analyses

Practical Application Cases

Optimal design performed by simulating in-situ conditions and ground conditions& Rational Coupled Analyses Practical Application Cases - Reflect changes in ground stress from changes in

- Reflect changes in ground stress from changes in ground water level during excavation

- Evaluate slope stability accounting for increases in strengths of underlying ground layers due to embankments

Coupled analyses in various application fields share common data for geometry, mesh and ground & structural properties, requiring no additional modeling process.in strengths of underlying ground layers due to embankments 21 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design

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process. 21 Geotechnical Solutions for Practical Design Seepage-Stress Coupled Analysis Stability & strength

Seepage-Stress Coupled Analysis

Stability & strength checks for reinforcement reflecting changes in ground water level during tunnel excavationfor Practical Design Seepage-Stress Coupled Analysis Pore water pressures & seepage forces at

Pore water pressures & seepage forces at steady/transient states consideredchanges in ground water level during tunnel excavation Number of construction stages: 10 stages Checking

Number of construction stages: 10 stages& seepage forces at steady/transient states considered Checking displacements & member forces of temporary

Checking displacements & member forces of temporary reinforcement, rock bolts, lining, etc.states considered Number of construction stages: 10 stages Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 40

Total time taken for modeling & analysis: 40 min. (including seepage analysis)forces of temporary reinforcement, rock bolts, lining, etc. SEEPAGE Perform Seepage Analysis for Tunnel Excavation

SEEPAGE Perform Seepage Analysis for Tunnel Excavation
SEEPAGE
Perform Seepage Analysis for Tunnel Excavation

TUNNEL

TUNNEL Extract Pore Water Pressure from Seepage Analysis Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into Stress Analysis

Extract Pore Water Pressure from Seepage Analysis

TUNNEL Extract Pore Water Pressure from Seepage Analysis Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into Stress Analysis

Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into Stress Analysis

Pressure from Seepage Analysis Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into Stress Analysis Ground Effective Stress Calculated

Ground Effective Stress Calculated

Slope Stability Check reflecting Changes in Water Level Seepage analysis performed reflecting changes in water

Slope Stability Check reflecting Changes in Water Level

Seepage analysis performed reflecting changes in water levelSlope Stability Check reflecting Changes in Water Level Limit equilibrium analysis coupled with seepage analysis results

Limit equilibrium analysis coupled with seepage analysis resultsSeepage analysis performed reflecting changes in water level Slope stability check by strength reduction method

Slope stability check by strength reduction method reflecting seepage forcesequilibrium analysis coupled with seepage analysis results Total time taken for modeling & analysis - Seepage

Total time taken for modeling & analysischeck by strength reduction method reflecting seepage forces - Seepage analysis: 10 min. - Limit Equilibrium

- Seepage analysis: 10 min.

- Limit Equilibrium Method analysis (LEM): 5 min.

- Strength Reduction Method analysis (SRM): 15 min.

SEEPAGE Perform Seepage Analysis for Changes in Water Level
SEEPAGE
Perform Seepage Analysis for Changes in Water Level
SLOPE Extract Pore Water Pressure from Seepage Analysis Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into LEM

SLOPE

SLOPE Extract Pore Water Pressure from Seepage Analysis Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into LEM Analysis

Extract Pore Water Pressure from Seepage Analysis

SLOPE Extract Pore Water Pressure from Seepage Analysis Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into LEM Analysis

Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into LEM Analysis of Slope

Pore Water Pressure Results into LEM Analysis of Slope Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into SRM

Reflect Pore Water Pressure Results into SRM Analysis of Slope

Limit Embankment Height Check reflecting Increases in Strengths

Calculate increases in strengths for each embankment stageEmbankment Height Check reflecting Increases in Strengths Perform limit equilibrium analysis in order to calculate

Perform limit equilibrium analysis in order to calculate limit embankment height for each stageCalculate increases in strengths for each embankment stage Total time taken for modeling & analysis -

Total time taken for modeling & analysisin order to calculate limit embankment height for each stage - 1-D consolidation analysis: 10 min.

- 1-D consolidation analysis: 10 min.

- Limit Equilibrium Method analysis (LEM): 10 min.

SOFT GROUND
SOFT
GROUND

Increase in Strength for each Ground Layer after Consolidation Analysis

Strength for each Ground Layer after Consolidation Analysis SLOPE Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment

SLOPE

for each Ground Layer after Consolidation Analysis SLOPE Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment of

Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 1m in Height

Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 1m in Height Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment

Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 3m in Height

Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 3m in Height Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment

Slope Stability Analysis for an Additional Embankment of 6m in Height

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a total satisfaction support system e-Learning Webinars & Fast Technical Support SoilWorks eliminates significant

a total satisfaction support system

e-Learning Webinars & Fast Technical Support

system e-Learning Webinars & Fast Technical Support SoilWorks eliminates significant efforts to learn various

SoilWorks eliminates significant efforts to learn various different software programs of different user interfaces to solve a wide range of geotechnical problems. One user interface is common to all the analysis modules to handle any type of geotechnical problems. SoilWorks streamlines the technical support and the maintenance of the software, and further, data exchange and management are consistent because one company has developed all the modules.

SoilWorks is designed to cater to geotechnical engineers as well as structural engineers, which provides the opportunity to expand the areas of solving geotechnical problems. It also enables the engineers to address soil-structure interaction.

enables the engineers to address soil-structure interaction. E-mail Technical Support The user may send any technical
enables the engineers to address soil-structure interaction. E-mail Technical Support The user may send any technical
enables the engineers to address soil-structure interaction. E-mail Technical Support The user may send any technical
enables the engineers to address soil-structure interaction. E-mail Technical Support The user may send any technical

E-mail Technical Support

The user may send any technical questions to eSupport@MidasUser.com Response will be provided within 24 hours.

Technical Webinars

Regularly scheduled webinars are provided to cover various subjects of geotechnical and/or structural problems in interaction. Recordings will be made available for those who wish to review or missed the sessions.

for those who wish to review or missed the sessions. Online Technical Support Upon request of
for those who wish to review or missed the sessions. Online Technical Support Upon request of

Online Technical Support

Upon request of the user, an arrangement will be made to guide/instruct/demonstrate the use of the software online through a web session.

Technical Materials

Various subjects on technical materials and tutorials are provided to help the user become familiar with technical subjects and the use of the software.

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FOR PRACTICAL DESIGN

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