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Data, databases, and Machine Learning for Geotechnical Engineers

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Starts Sep 23rd

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Online Deep Excavation and Soil nail wall design Workshop

16 PDH

Nov 18-19, 2020

Deep excavation in Las Vegas

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DeepEX 2020

Solving Deep Excavation Design

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Online Slope Stability, Soil Nailing, and Inclinometer Monitoring Workshop

4 hours each day, 8 PDH

Slope stability, soil nailing, and inclinometer worksho

July 15, 16, 2020

Deep Foundation Software, Pile Rafts, Pile Groups

From soil estimation to axial and lateral pile capacity

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

From soil estimation to helical pile settlement estimation.

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Soldier pile walls
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Soldier and Tremied Concrete
Soil Mix walls
Combined king pile sheet piles
Slope stability
Cost estimation for braced excavations
Waler-Strut Cofferdams
Snail-Plus 2019: 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

Slurry wall equipment for sale

  • SG22

    Slurry wall grab for sale model SG35
    depth: 40m (125 ft)

    Thick: up to 0.3m or 2 ft


    Slurry wall grab for sale model SG35
    depth: 50m (165 ft)

    Thick: up to 1.2m or 4 ft


    Slurry wall grab for sale model SG40A
    Depth: up to 80m or 260 ft

    Thick: 1.5 ft up to 5.0 ft

  • SG40E

    Slurry wall grab for sale model SG40E
    Max. depth: 70m (225 ft)

    Thick: up to 4ft


    Slurry wall grab for sale model SG50

    Max. depth: 80m (260 ft)

    Thick: up to 5ft


    Slurry wall grab for sale model SG60

    Max. depth: 80m (260 ft)

    Thick: up to 5ft

Slurry wall machines
Not every slurry wall machine is made for every job. Some machines are better for certain jobs while others are best for other types of projects. Smaller machines may have less power but might be better suited for smaller sites. Bigger grabs on the other hand have more power and can excavate through difficult soils but are more costly and require more manouvering space. The following list illustrates some of the most important items that one should look for in a slurry wall machine.

Item of interest Description
Slurry wall thickness Obviously the thicker a slurry wall the more expensive it will be. On the other hand, a slurry wall machine must be powerful enough to lift the heavier grabs and construct thicker walls.
Power More powerful machines can excavate through more difficult soils, and can be more productive in general.
Size The size of a slurry wall machine plays an important role. Not every machine can fit on every job. Smaller machines are more manouverable, but have less power. On the other hand, bigger machines are more powerful but are more difficult to move arround especially in congested sites.
Productivity The more productive a machine is the faster a job can be constructed. Productivity also depends on your soil types, panel excavation depth, machine pull-up strength, grab size etc.
Cost You can always get the most expensive machines out there, sometimes though, a less costly solution will save a lot of money and can turn your job much more profitable.

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