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GEO5 Finite Element Method Analysis [Size: 48 MB] ... The FEM software program allows solution of general geotechnical tasks using the Finite Element Method. The modeling capabilities include the analysis of underground structures, tunnels and dams in addition to stability and water flow analysis. Adopting the Finite Element Method not only gives the user a broader insight into the analyzed structures, it provides verification of the results from classical methods. Application of the Finite Element Method in structural analysis is substantially more demanding in comparison to modeling approaches based on analytical methods. However, the modules contain a number of features (topology corrector, finite element mesh generator) which considerably simplify preparation of the computational model. The analysis provides information about the deformed shape of structures, distribution of stresses and location of plastic zones inside the soil body, internal forces developed in beams, anchors and geo-reinforcements. Performing stability analysis then considerably extends the knowledge acquired from the application of classical methods. The FEM-Tunnel module serves to analyze underground structures, including tunnels constructed using the New Austrian Tunneling Method. An important feature is a built-in generator of lining, which can be placed anywhere in the soil body. Creating the computational model including the finite element mesh is fully automatic. This module also accounts for various non-mechanical actions such thermal loading, technological shrinkage, swelling of soils and also the definition of anchored regions. The FEM-Water Flow module determines, depending on water flow boundary conditions, the ground water table, distribution of pore water pressures, flow velocities and overall inflow/outflow. The results of water flow (seepage) analysis may be automatically introduced into the structural analysis including stability simulations. The FEM - Consolidation module is used to perform time dependent settlement analysis under foundations, embankments and surface loads (surcharges).

GEO5 GeoStructural Analysis (GSA)  [Size: 300 MB] ... GEO5 (Fine Civil Engineering Software, Bentley) software suite is designed to solve various geotechnical problems. The easy -to -use suite consists of individual programs with an unified and user-friendly interface. Each program is used to analyze a different geotechnical task but all modules communicate with each other to form an integrated suite. The challenge: Infrastructure projects are more challenging than ever in the past. You are resigned to construct projects with accelerated schedules and lower overall construction costs. The solution: Geotechnical analysis software allows you to evaluate alternate design scenarios within a single, interoperable product suite, ensuring that the subsurface data is used efficiently for an integrated project delivery. Bentley provides the following geotechnical design & analysis offerings: GeoStructural Analysis (GSA): Bentley's GeoStructural Analysis suite includes Excavation Analysis, Foundation Analysis, and Retaining Wall Analysis listed below, plus the following: Rock Stability, Ground Loss, Settlement , Task Manager. GeoStructural Excavation AnalysisSlope Stability, Sheeting Design, Sheeting Check, Earth Pressures. GeoStructural Foundation Analysis: Micropile, CPT Piles, Spread Footing, Beam, Plate, Pile Group.  GeoStructural Retaining Wall: Abutment, Cantilever Wall, Earth Pressures, Gabion Wall, Slope Stability, Spread Footing, Gravity Wall, Masonry Wall, Nailed Slopes, Prefabric Wall, MSE Walls.

GEO5 is a powerful software suite for solving geotechnical problems based on traditional analytical methods and Finite Element Method (FEM). Individual programs verify a specific structure, which keeps them intuitive and easy to use.

Solutions for Most Geotechnical Tasks: GEO5 is designed to solve most geotechnical tasks, from the basic ones (verification of foundations, walls, slope stability), up to highly specialized programs (analysis of tunnels, building damage due to tunneling, rock stability). Each GEO5 program solves definite structure type, so the customer can only select those he needs.

User-Friendly Interface: GEO5 is composed of individual programs with unified user interface, which is easy to use and does not require any special training.

Combination of Analytical Methods and FEM: Analytical verification methods provide effective and rapid structure design and verification. It is possible to transfer the analytical model into the FEM program, where the structure is verified by the finite element method. Comparison of two independent solutions contributes to increasing the safety and objectivity.

Supporting Many Standards: Geotechnical methods applied in GEO5 software are used all around the world. GEO5 adopts a unique system of implementing standards and partial factors, which are separate from the structure input. GEO5 has a database of standards, however it is possible to create own settings.

Comprehensive Outputs: GEO5 programs generate clear text and graphical outputs that can be easily edited according to needs of the user (add company logo, insert images). Created images are always up to date, according to latest data. Outputs can be printed directly from the program, saved as PDF or exported to external text editor (MS Word).

Low-Cost System: Advantage of the GEO5 software is it’s modular low-cost system. Therefore, the user can purchase only one program and buy additional ones later as required. The price of individual programs can be found out in the Shop, including all possible discounts.

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