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. With TRENCH analyze in a few minutes what would take hours to do by hand.
Trench offers a number of user friendly features that simplify the evaluation of safety factors of slurry supported trenches and panels.
- 2D and 3D wedge stability computations of slurry filled trenches and panels.
- Active pressure or wedge search methods available for 2D analysis.
- Define multiple soil profiles for comparison.
- Custom surcharge patterns to simulate crane loadings.
- Easily perform parametric studies varying any combination of soil strength, groundwater, slurry density etc.
- Comprehensive user friendly output and input reports.
- Fast reliable computations.
- Safety factors are calculated and reported from the top to the bottom of the trench
* Trench download link provides trial version of the software.
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