SRWall is design software for Segmental Retaining Walls.
STABLPRO has been developed specifically for users to ease their modeling process and to enhance the graphical observation of slope boundaries and critical slip surfaces.
The SMDS software is a component software package specifically designed to engineer masonry.
SuperLog generates boring log and test pit graphical reports for field drilling and geotechnical investigations. It is a user-friendly, easy to learn, powerful, and flexible program, which will increase your productivity significantly.
This spreadsheet computes lateral pressure against retaining wall due to vertical surcharge loads.
SVHEAVE is a modeling tool that simplifies the calculation of soil heave for swelling clays.
SVOFFICE suite offers a geotechnical and geoenvironmental applications focus and is well suited for solving complex flow and contaminant transport models.
Swedge is a quick, interactive and simple to use analysis tool for evaluating the geometry and stability of surface wedges in rock slopes.
Terrain Tools 3D is a software toolkit for mapping, terrain modelling and land development.
Trench is a user friendly, affordable, and versatile software program that evaluates the stability of slurry supported trenches and panels for 2D and 3D analyses.
TZPILE implements the well-known method of soil-structure interaction, commonly called the t-z method, where t-z and Q-w curves are used respectively for load transfers in side resistance and end bearing.
Unwedge is a 3D stability analysis and visualization program for underground excavations in rock containing intersecting structural discontinuities.
Upres is suitable for most elastic closed form models such as pipe and circular tunnel lines buried underground. Upres is for designing tunnels and pipe lining using Dr. H. Einstein's method
UTexas4 is a computer software application for computing the stability of earth and earth-rock slopes and embankments.
Analysis and design of complex mat foundations and combined footings.
Solve plate bending problems for any geometry of flat plate, with various supports or holes.
Analysis of shear wall systems: rigid, semi-rigid, and flexible diaphragms.
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