PILE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN IN LAYERED SOIL v1.5

Piles have been widely used to resist lateral loads in geotechnical engineering. In reality, piles are always embedded in layered soils.

Calculations;

  • Wall size and materials.
  • Soil loads and extra cap loads.
  • Soil layers and detailing.
  • Force diagrams.
  • Deflection diagrams.
  • Pile lateral and axial capacity.
  • Reinforcement.
  • Bill of quantity.
  • Visual improvements.
  • Visual improvements on Bill of Quantity.

improvements on bill of quantity

  • Visual improvements and corrections on Reinforcements.

improvements on reinforcement

  • Visual improvements on user interface.
Visual Improvements

  • Visual improvements and corrections.
  • Pile Analysis and Design in Layered Soil App was published.
  • User Interface
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  • Soil Springs
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  • Soil Details
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  • Size and Materials
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  • Reinforcement
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  • Pullout Capacity
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  • Pile Lateral Capacity
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  • Pile Design
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  • Pile Axial Capacity
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  • One Click Report
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  • Force Diagrams
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  • Deflection Diagrams
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  • Bill of Quantity
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Pile Analysis and Design in Layered Soil App is written by using only Microsoft Excel functionality and it works on all devices.

   File Size: 419.1 KB     File Version: 1.5     File Extention: *.xlsx

Total Downloads: 255     Last Download: November 21, 2017

 

6 Comments
  1. Sultan Arslan 1 year ago

    Turan Bey selamlar. Öncelikle teşekkürler çok yararlı programlar. Benim sorum şu: Herhangibir kısıtlama var mıdır kullanmamızda programlarınızı? Projelerimizde kullanmak için sizden izin almak isterim.

  2. maryam nickravesh 2 years ago

    wonderful
    thank you
    what about in case of dynamic (seismic) condition??

    • Author
      Turan Babacan 2 years ago

      Thank you for your comment. By entering three kind of load from “extra cap loads” section you can approximately make your calculation.

  3. Verygod. Thank you Turan Babacan

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