Геотехника Innovative - машиностроительная компания с целью исследования и разрабатывания геотехнических программ дизайна и анализа.
Инновационная Геотехника обеспечивает инновационные геотехнические средства проектирования для глубоких проблем фонда, таких как единственные груды или группы груды под ответвлением и вертикальными грузами. Single Piles and Pile Groups under General Loading
Innovative Geotechnics provide geotechnical design tools for pile groups, laterally loaded piles, nonlinear p-y curve generation and rock socket design including single piles or pile groups under lateral and vertical loading based on finite element method. Our programs are focused on the geotechnical analytical knowledge, improving user engagement and reducing potential input uncertainties.
All geotechnical programs and software adopt simple input interface for the users to interactively input the analysis information such as soil layer information, soil properties, and foundation parameters.
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PileLAT - Design and analysis for single piles under lateral loading .Анализ единственных груд при погрузке ответвления на основе нелинейного p-y изгибается для различной почвы и горных типов.
PileLAT is a finite-element based program that analyzes the behaviour of laterally loaded piles (Single piles mainly under lateral loading) based on automatically generated nonlinear p-y curves for various soil and rock types.
Fast and efficient creation of lateral force analysis problem for single piles
The user-friendly interface enables the user to efficiently create the analysis input file for single piles under lateral loading with a logical workflow. It also provides the overview of ground profile and calculated deflection, shear force and bending moment along the pile.
Easy input of p-y curve parameters for various soil and rock materials
Various p-y curve parameters for soil and rock materials can be easily input by the users. The program will automatically determine the parameters based on the material type and strength. Advanced options are also available to the users who want to have more control over p-y curves. In total, 14 p-y curve models for various soil and rock materials are available in PileLAT for the users to choose.
A simple way to access and view all the analysis results on one window dialog
All analysis results such as deflection, shear force, bending moment and soil reaction can be accessed from one window dialog. The users can easily switch between different result plots.
P-y curves for any node point along the pile can be easily displayed with a simple click
Nonlinear p-y curves for any node point along the pile length can be displayed and copied once the analysis is successfully completed.
Various loading conditions including specified horizontal displacement or rotation can be applied to the pile head
The vertical force also can be applied to the pile head and P-Delta effects can be analyzed by the program.
PileAXL - Design and analysis for single piles under axial loading . Осевая способность и урегулирование единственных груд при осевой погрузке и для которым надоедают и для ведомых типов груды.
PileAXL is a program that analyzes the behaviour of single piles under axial loading applied at the pile head for both onshore and offshore engineering problems.
Fast and efficient creation of axial capacity and settlement analysis problem for single piles
The user-friendly interface enables the user to efficiently create the analysis input file for single piles under axial loading with a logical workflow.
Comprehensive analysis models available for ultimate shaft resistance and end bearing resistance
PileAXL provides a wide range of analysis models for determining ultimate shaft and end bearing resistance of both driven and bored piles for cohesive soils, cohesionless soils and rock.
Both ASD and LRFD design approaches are available in PileAXL to suit different code requirements
PileAXL provides both ASD (allowable stress design) and LRFD (load resistance factor design) options for pile axial capacity design. The users are able to specify resistance factors or factors of safety for shaft resistance and end bearing resistance.
Graphical presentation of axial load settlement curve at pile head
Load settlement curve at the pile head is displayed together with the tabulated results. The applied axial load and the resulted pile head settlement are also shown on the same graph for the users' review and reference.
All analysis results such as shaft resistance, end bearing resistance and pile axial capacity are displayed on one window dialog. It is easy for the users to switch among different result plots and copy or print if required.
Easy parameter input for various soil and rock materials
Various soil parameters for different axial capacity calculation methods can be easily input by the users. The program can automatically determine the default parameters based on the material type and strength. Advanced options are also available to the users who want to have more control over the adopted analysis method or who have site-specific design parameters for the problems.
Lateral capacity analysis for short piles
A simple tool - ShortPileLAT is available in PileAXL for lateral capacity analysis of short piles. It can be used to determine the capacity of the short piles under later force and bending moment applied at the pile head based on Broms method for cohesionless and cohesive soils and Hong Kong Geoguide method for rocks.
PileGroup - Three-dimensional nonlinear analysis program for pile groups under general loading. Группы груды при трехмерной погрузке - вертикальные и горизонтальные силы, изгибающие моменты и скрученность на крышке груды.
PileGroup is a finite-element based program which has been developed to calculate the deformations and loads of pile groups subject to general three-dimensional loadings such as axial and lateral forces and moments applied on the pile caps.
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Fast and efficient creation of analysis problem for pile group under general loadings
The user-friendly interface enables the user to efficiently create the analysis input file for pile groups under general loading with a logical workflow. It also provides the overview of ground profile and 3D displaying of deflection, shear force and bending moment distributions for individual piles within the group.
Interactive input of pile sections, pile head positions, pile lengths and pile batters for pile groups
The users can interactively input pile section, pile head positions, pile lengths and pile batters for pile group analysis problems. The whole process is simple, fast and also easy for the users to review and update if necessary.
Multiple sets of external loading can be applied at different positions on the pile cap
The external loadings (vertical loads Fy, horizontal loads Fx and Fz, rotational moment My, bending moments Mx and Mz) can be applied at any position on the pile cap and multiple sets of loadings can be specified by the users. The program will automatically calculate the equivalent loading at the origin in the analysis.
Well-designed graphical presentation dialog for all analysis results distributed along the length for individual piles within the group
Detailed analysis results for each pile with the group such as deflection, shear force, bending moment and mobilised soil reaction are plotted against the pile length and presented in the result output dialog graphically together with the soil layer geometry. The users can view, copy and print the results for the selected pile/piles.
Powerful 3D visualization of various pile group analysis results such as displacements, bending moments, shear forces and soil reactions
3D displaying of various pile group analysis results is available in PileGroup. It allows the users to zoom, rotate and move the displayed results smoothly in three-dimensional space with mouse or keyboard.
Deformed shape of pile group displayed in three-dimensional space
The users can view deformed shape of pile group once the analysis is successfully completed. Extensive displaying options such as model contour, pile and pile cap color, local and global axes, shape scaling factor and pile numbering are available in PileGroup for the users to personalize the 3D graphical presentation.
PileROC - Design and analysis for rock sockets under axial loading . Анализ урегулирования груза изгибается в верхней части груды для горных гнезд при сжимающей осевой погрузке.
PileROC is a program specially designed to predict the settlement for the piles socketed into rock under compressive axial loading and estimates ultimate and factored axial capacities for a range of socket lengths.
Specially designed for rock sockets under axial loading
PileROC program is specially designed for rock sockets under axial loading. Three commonly-used rock socket analysis methods are available: (1) Fleming (1992)’s method; (2) Kulhawy and Carter (1992)’s method and (3) Load transfer method based on t-z and q-w curves.
Graphical presentation of load settlement curve at the top of rock socket
It is easy for the users to view the load settlement curve at the top of rock socket. Useful information such as axial pile capacity, ultimate end bearing resistance, ultimate total shaft resistance and settlement value are displayed on the same graph.
Detailed analysis results such as ultimate shaft resistance and end bearing resistance values are plotted against socket length
PileROC plots the detailed analysis results such as ultimate and factored shaft resistance, end bearing resistance, total axial capacity along the socket length. The graphical presentation can be either printed or copied into word document for reporting purposes.
Lateral capacity checking of rock socket under lateral force and bending moment applied at the top of rock socket
Lateral capacity checking of rock socket under lateral force and bending moment applied at the top can be carried out for different failure modes: (1) lateral bearing failure; (2) planar discontinuity controlled failure with specified dip angle of rock discontinuity and (3) planar discontinuity controlled failure with searching for critical dip angle of discontinuity. The adopted approach is based on the recommendations in Hong Kong Geoguide 1 (2nd Edition, 1993).