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Software tagged with [footing foundation]

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Software by  DC-Software  
<p>Analysis of bearing capacity 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 4017 / DIN 1054:2005 / SIA 267 / OENORM B ...
Software by  DC-Software  
<p>Analysis of footings (rectangular, strip, circular footings) with all foundation engineering checks and optimization acc. to Eurocode 7 / DIN 1054:2010 and 2005 / SIA 267</p>
Software by  DC-Software  
<p>Analysis of settlement with soil improvement by stone columns</p>
Software by  Fine Civil Engineering  
<p>This program is used for the design of spread footings subject to general load. It computes vertical and horizontal bearing capacity, settlement and rotation of a footing, and determines required longitudinal and shear reinforcement (punching).</p>
Software by  Fine Civil Engineering  
<p>This program provides the analysis of foundation beams resting on elastic subsoil.</p>
Software by  Fine Civil Engineering  
<p>This program for the design of spread footings subject to general loading. It computes bearing capacity, settlement and rotation of a footing, and determines required longitudinal and shear reinforcement.</p>
Software by  Fine Civil Engineering  
<p>The program Spread Footing CPT is used for the design and verification of spread footing foundations based on data from field tests (CPT, SPT). The program performs an analysis for vertical bearing capacity, settlement and longitudinal and shear reinforcement ...
Software by  GGU  
Analysis of bearing capacity according to DIN 4017 and of settlement according to DIN 4019
Software by  GGU  
The GGU-UNDERPIN program allows the calculation of underpinning bodies and, in special cases, of foundations.
Software by  LimitState  
<p>LimitState:GEO is a geotechnical stability analysis software that can be used to rapidly determine the critical failure mechanism and margin of safety for any type of problem.</p>