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Software by [CRISP Consortium]

The Consortium was set up in the UK in 1996 by a group of academics and engineers specialising in modelling geotechnical engineering problems. The group aims to promote the teaching of the finite element method via the software CRISP (CRitical State soil mechanics Program). Source:

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Software by  CRISP Consortium  
CRISP2D for Windows comprises Pre- and Post-Processing Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs), the finite element analysis program and a dedicated spreadsheet utility for printing data. It can be used for several geotechnical problems.