ReActiv is an interactive computer program for designing reinforced slopes in a wide variety of soil types, using reinforced soil or soil nails. ReActiv's user interface has been designed to make the program simple to use and quick to learn - without sacrificing the level of control over calculations that engineers demand.
- Implements Highways Agency's Design Note HA68/94
- One-part, two-part, and infinite slopes
- Parabolic, parallel, horizontal, and custom water regimes
- Gravel, sand, silt, clay, fill, chalk, and custom soils
- Uniform surcharge
- Geotextile, geogrid, soil nails, and custom reinforcement
- Soil classification system based on BS5930, DIN 18196, and ASTM D2487-1069
- Database of over 250 different soil types
- Automatically calculates ru
- Full control over direct shear, bearing, and interface shearing factors
- Reduce nail lengths by alternative design procedure
- Apply reinforcement force to Wedge 1 or 2
- User Manual including three tutorials
- Five supplied examples
- Spreadsheet-like display of calculated mechanisms and required reinforcement
- Calculates out-of-balance force for individual mechanisms
- Automatically calculates the Tmax and Tob mechanisms
* ReActiv download link provides trial version of the software.
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