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PLAXIS 3D [Size: 178 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.

Extend your capabilities with PLAXIS 2D v20 [Size: 741 MB] ... 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 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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