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1st European Deep Excavation Design Workshop

Dec. 3-4th, 2018

Bucharest, Romania

Deep Excavation Software

DeepEX 2017 talk to it and design your deep excavation!

Excavations in 3D, VR, AR

Holographic model of a deep excavation with HoloDeepEX

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Free 45 min webinar

Deep Excavation Design

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Free Helical Pile Design Webinars:

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DeepFND - Deep Foundation Software, caissons, CFA, drilled piles, driven piles, concrete, timber

 

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Our Software Solutions
DeepFND 2017: Deep Foundation software (NEW!)
DeepEX 2018: Deep Excavation software
Soldier pile walls
Sheet pile walls
Secant pile Walls
Tangent piles
Diaphragm Walls
Soldier and Tremied Concrete
Soil Mix walls
Combined king pile sheet piles
Slope stability
Cost estimation for braced excavations
Waler-Strut Cofferdams
SnailPlus 2018: Soil nailing - soil nailing walls
SiteMaster: Inclinometer software (adopted by Geokon)
HelixPile: Helical Pile Software
RC-Solver: Concrete Design ACI-318, EC2, EC8
Steel-Beam: Steel beam column design, full equations, AISC, EC3

Pile Load Tests Compared with Settlement Prediction Methods by DeepFND Deep Foundation Software

DeepFND has powerful features that enable the prediction of load-settlement response. We have examined a wide range of methods available for various pile types and methods:

Driven pile load test vs DeepFND calibration

Another case illustrates a CFA pile load test matched against a series of predictions based on CPT:

CFA Pile load test vs. DeepFND prediction with a specific CPT analysis approach

Another drilled pile load test in Georgia was conducted by ADSC as part of a research project. A set of soil properties were estimated from SPT and RQD data, and from unconfined rock properties. It was found that in order to match the observed rock response, the side elasticity had to be significantly reduced compared to the axial elasticity. This phenomenon could be explained by the differing response of rock joints in shear vs. compression, which was more profound as the insitu rock had very low RQD values.

ADSC Drilled Pile load test in Georgia with response simulated with DeepFND

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DeepFND 2017 $1,250.00
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