SO-Log generates boring logs as a means to summarize and report several tests performed within a geotechnical engineering project.
RSPile is a program for the calculation of the axial load capacity of driven piles and the analysis of piles under lateral loading.
RS3 is a 3D finite element analysis program that can be used for a wide range of applications in both rock and soil, such as underground excavations, sequenced tunneling, surface excavations, slope stability, seepage analysis, consolidation analysis, and much more.
CalcPad is a professional software for mathematical and engineering calculations. It represents a flexible and modern programmable calculator.
Frost1D is a one dimensional ground frost penetration analysis program.
Slide3 is a powerful, user-friendly, 3D limit equilibrium slope stability analysis program for all types of soil and rock slopes, embankments, earth dams, and retaining walls.
CPillar is a quick, interactive, and easy-to-use analysis tool for evaluating the stability of surface or underground crown pillars, and laminated roof beds.
ESurvey CADD is a collection of to meet all the requirements related preparation of drawings and reports related to site, road, canal, railway & infra projects.
This software program should be useful to rebar detailers working in construction and civil engineering projects.
LeanWall is a software mainly designed for the purpose of designing a concrete or masonry leaning wall.
ZCAD is simple CAD program with dxf2000 file format support.
RetainWall is a software mainly developed for the purpose of designing a concrete or masonry retaining wall.
Quick and easy way to estimate bags of concrete needed for the home job with handy concrete estimator.
PileGroup calculates the deformations and loads of pile groups subject to general three-dimensional loadings such as axial and lateral forces and moments applied on the pile caps.
The effective span and maximum bearing pressure for a plate girder with no specific bearing is calculated in accordance with BD 56/10 clause 16 and Figure 16. 1A
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