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Software tagged with [drilled shafts]

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Software by  Civiltech, Inc  
<p>AllPile is a Windows-based analysis program that handles virtually all types of piles, including steel pipes, H-piles, pre-cast concrete piles, auger-cast piles, drilled shafts, timber piles, jetted piles, tapered piles, piers with bell, micropiles (minipiles), ...
Software by  DC-Software  
Design of piles acc. to Eurocode 7 (DIN EN 1997-1 with DIN 1054:2010, OENORM B 1997-1-1, NF EN 1997-1, BS EN 1997-1, UNI EN 1997-1 with NTC 2008, UNE EN 1997-1 with DB SE-C and free settings) / DIN 1054:2005 / Rec. on Piles / DIN 4014 / DIN 4026 / DIN 4128 ...
<p>FB-Deep is a static axial capacity program used for drilled shafts and driven piles. The drilled shaft methodology is based upon Federal Highway Administration reports. Driven pile methodology utilizes two types of analyses: SPT and CPT.</p>
Software by  GGU  
The program allows the calculation of drilled piles and of driven piles, and graphical presentation of the results. Tension piles can also be calculated.
Software by  Ensoft, Inc.  
<p>GROUP is a well-accepted tool for analyzing the behavior of pile groups subjected to both axial and lateral loadings. The program was developed to compute the distribution of loads (vertical, lateral, and overturning moment up to three orthogonal axes) ...
Software by  Oasys  
<p>Pile analysis calculates the vertical load carrying capacities and vertical settlements of a range of individual piles in a layered soil deposit. The theory is based on both conventional and new methods for drained (frictional) and undrained (cohesive) ...
Software by  Ensoft, Inc.  
<p>SHAFT is a computer program used to evaluate the axial capacity and the short-term, load-settlement curves of drilled shafts or bored piles in various types of soils. In general, the majority of axial capacity methods used by SHAFT are based on the latest ...
Software by  Ensoft, Inc.  
<p>TZPILE implements the well-known method of soil-structure interaction, commonly called the t-z method, where t-z and Q-w curves are used respectively for load transfers in side resistance and end bearing. The t-z and Q-w curves can be internally-generated ...