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PLAXIS LE CONNECT Edition V21 Update 2 [Size: 1.0 GB] ...
The PLAXIS development team is pleased to announce the availability of PLAXIS LE CONNECT Edition V21 Update 1. This software helps you efficiently manage complex geotechnical projects with multiple scenarios. Equip your team with the ability to quickly and confidently create common or complex real-world 2D or 3D numerical models and analyze with credibility. With the introduction of the PLAXIS CONNECT Edition V21, SOILVISION products are adopting the PLAXIS brand and Bentley simplifies all their geotechnical analysis licensing to offer you more streamlined access to their newest, most advanced capabilities, and interoperability among PLAXIS offerings. Previous SOILVISION CONNECT Edition V10 licensing options will be deprecated and will no longer exist. For PLAXIS LE CONNECT Edition V21 and onward, SVSLOPE, SVFLUX, SVSOLID, and SVSOILS products will be consolidated. Advanced tiers of these products and SOILVISION Suites that include combinations of these products will be deprecated, which will offer more advanced geotechnical capabilities and analysis options per license.

PLAXIS LE can be used for projects involving engineering analysis of slope stability, groundwater flow, consolidation, or a combination of these complex scenarios. PLAXIS 2D LE (formerly 2D SVSLOPE, 2D SVFLUX, 2D SVSOLID, SV SOILS, and SVSOILS Advanced) covers your 2D workflows. With PLAXIS LE, users can reliably complete numerous limit-equilibrium slope stability models with intuitive workflows and fast analysis. Advance your digital workflows with the ability to design 3D geometry and analyze both 2D and 3D scenarios in a single application. Efficiently represent materials spatially with various methods, and use the SOILVISION Soils Database for resourceful material management.

PLAXIS Monopile Designer CONNECT Edition V21 Update 1 [Size: 3.7 GB] ...
PLAXIS Monopile Designer (formerly PLAXIS MoDeTo) introduces an enhanced design method for monopile foundations. It transfers the results of the PISA Joint Industry Research Project to daily engineering practice. PLAXIS Monopile Designer enables dramatic reductions in the amount of steel of each monopile and, as such, in the overall costs of any wind farm. It can be used as a stand-alone tool for the rule-based design method and in connection with PLAXIS 3D for the numerical-based design method.

CONNECT Edition V21 Update 1 adds functionality to improve productivity by improving the numerical process for non-linear systems using the new subspace accelerator, and we can use a new API to automate Limit Equilibrium slope stability analyses. On top of that, we made running analyses for offshore analysis of suction buckets easier using the new PLAXIS-SACS Suction Bucket Analysis tool. By consolidating the product lines for geotechnical analysis since Version 21, we can now make big steps in interoperability between the Finite Element solution and the Limit Equilibrium solutions. The new consolidated PLAXIS product line also offers great new functionality with new constitutive soil models, e.g., NorSand, PM4Silt, and a new way to deal with unsaturated soil strength. We invested in improvements on tunnel CAD import. And we added a calculation convergence log to better understand the numerical process.

Extend your capabilities with PLAXIS 2D v21 + Update 1 [Size: 2.10 GB] ... Cross and parallel permeability in interfaces: In the Interfaces tab of the material dataset users can now select between permeable, impermeable and semi-permeable options to define the cross permeability.  Parallel permeability is defined here as well. Output facilities have been extended with options to inspect the flow through and along the interfaces. 

Non-linear geogrids: Elastoplastic (N-ε) & Viscoelastic (time-dependent): PLAXIS 2D 2017 introduce two new types of behavior for geogrids. Users can now include elastoplastic, or viscoelastic behavior. For the elastoplastic behavior user can define N-epsilon diagrams. With the viscoelastic behavior, creep can be taken into account for geogrids. Multiply command for numeric properties (VIP): The multiply command can be used to for instance multiply a set of loads with various load components by a factor higher or lower than 1. This command can be issued in the various modes on numerous objects, and especially for staged construction offers a convenient way to explore alternate load conditions, thermal conditions, initial conditions etc. Command line improvements: 2D brings some improvements for the command line window. Users can now right click in the command line window and choose the Pop-out option to detach the command line window from the program. In addition some extra options to copy all successful commands or responses are available.  Other features: Grout anchor behavior for Embedded beam rows - Directly input the element dimension in the expert settings of the mesh menu - Time shown in Output plot title for calculations where a time component is defined - Soil layering based on Robertson interpretation for imported CPT borehole data (VIP) - Hoek-brown model available in Design approaches (VIP) - Multiselect-on-click behavior for selecting overlapping objects of the same type - Grouped clusters based on material assignment in Output Model explorer - Equivalent force arrow can be hidden from cross sections - Inverse analysis settings in SoilTest can be now be saved.

PLAXIS MoDeTo CONNECT Edition V20 UpDate 4 [Size: 1.6 GB] ...
 PLAXIS MoDeTo (Monopile Design Tool) is a PLAXIS-based specific tool providing anenhanced design methodology for monopile foundations under lateral loading. Monopiledesign can be performed efficiently by using one-dimensional (1D) finite element (FE)analyses of a laterally loaded pile. The adopted design methodology is based on the PIleSoil Analysis (PISA) joint industry research project.The monopile is modelled by means of the Timoshenko beam theory whereas the soilreaction is modelled using calibrated or user-defined soil reaction curves. The calibrationof the soil reactions is based on three-dimensional (3D) finite element calculations usingPLAXIS 3D. In addition to the 1D design analysis, the design tool facilitates thegeneration and calculation of the PLAXIS 3D models, and the derivation of the soilreactions based on the calculation results. A real installation site can be represented withfinite element models in PLAXIS 3D and a site-specific 1D model can be calibrated andused for the design of monopile foundations.

The PLAXIS development team is pleased to announce the availability of PLAXIS MoDeTo CONNECT Edition V20 Update 4 is a software package intended for the design of monopiles asfoundation elements for offshore wind turbines under lateral loading conditions. New and improved features; * improved regeneration for the design verification model, for cases where only the workload values are changed * input tables in soil and calibration modes now accommodate copying and pasting of values * improved visualization of the step changes at layer transactions on shaft depth variation function charts * added functionality to import multiple soil reaction curves files in analysis mode * improved algorithm for simplification of the curves that are exported to SACS * added support for exporting pile base curves to SACS. Fixed issues;* fixed issue with loading projects that contained the number symbol (#) in the name * fixed the initial mobilization value for the NGI-ADP model in over-consolidated clay (K0 > 1).

PLAXIS 3D + Update 4 [Size: 1.30 GB] ... Plaxis 3D is a finite element package intended for three-dimensional analysis of deformation and stability in geotechnical engineering. It is equipped with features to deal with various aspects of complex geotechnical structures and construction processes using robust and theoretically sound computational procedures. With PLAXIS 3D, complex geometry of soil and structures can be defined in two different modes. These modes are specifically defined for Soil or Structural modelling. Independent solid models can automatically be intersected and meshed. The staged constructions mode enables a realistic simulation of construction and excavation processes by activating and deactivating soil volume clusters and structural objects, application of loads, changing of water tables, etc. The output consists of a full suite of visualization tools to check details of the complex inner structure of a full 3D underground soil-structure model. 

PLAXIS 3D is a user friendly 3d geotechnical program offering flexible and interoperable geometry, realistic simulation of construction stages, a robust and reliable calculation kernel, and comprehensive and detailed post-processing, making it a complete solution for your daily geotechnical design and analysis.

Plaxis 2D v8.6 [Size: 438 MB] ... PLAXIS is the leading geotechnical finite element software, specifically developed for the 2D and 3D analysis of deformation, stability and groundwater flow.It is currently used by over 3000 engineers worldwide in the civil engineering, nuclear, oil & gas and renewable energy industries. Renowned for its ease of use and accurate soil models, it will help you optimise your designs and reduce conservatism compared to relying on traditional methods.

Plaxis 3D Foundation v1.6.0.193 [Size: 138 MB] ... PLAXIS 3D is a finite element package intended for three-dimensional analysis of deformation and stability in geotechnical engineering. It is equipped with features to deal with various aspects of complex geotechnical structures and construction processes using robust and theoretically sound computational procedures. With PLAXIS 3D, complex geometry of soil and structures can be defined in two different modes. These modes are specifically defined for Soil or Structural modelling. Independent solid models can automatically be intersected and meshed. The staged constructions mode enables a realistic simulation of construction and excavation processes by activating and deactivating soil volume clusters and structural objects, application of loads, changing of water tables, etc. The output consists of a full suite of visualization tools to check details of the complex inner structure of a full 3D underground soil-structure model. PLAXIS 3D is a user friendly 3d geotechnical program offering flexible and interoperable geometry, realistic simulation of construction stages, a robust and reliable calculation kernel, and comprehensive and detailed post-processing, making it a complete solution for your daily geotechnical design and analysis.

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