Analysis of retaining walls based on the Recommendations of the german Working Group for Excavations and for Waterfront Structures (EAB + EAU).
The following retaining walls can be designed with this software:
- Sheet pile wall
- Soldier pile wall
- In-situ concrete wall (diaphragm wall, bored pile wall, contiguous wall)
- CMG (cut-mix-grout) wall
- Combined sheet pile wall
- System input using absolute heights
- Choice of analysis using either partial safety factors to DIN 1054:2005 or EC 7 or global safety factor (DIN 1054 old)
- Steel analysis using EC 3
- Berms on the active and the passive sides
- Bounded and double-bounded surcharges on active and passive sides
- Analysis using active earth pressure, at-rest ea th pressure and increased active earth pressure
- Active earth pressure coefficients to DIN 4085 or user-defined values
- Passive earth pressure coefficients to DIN 4085:2011, Streck, Caquot/Kerisel or user-defined values
- Seismic effects via altered earth pressure coefficients to EC 8 or EAU 1992
- Consideration of hydraulic gradient on the active and the passive sides
- Verification of hydraulic heave safety, buoyancy safety, base heave safety, heave of anchor soil, pull-out resistance
- Deep-seated stability with optimisation of anchor lengths
- Input of displacement and action boundary conditions, anchor and strut locations, pre-deformations and much more
- Automatic search for the earth pressure redistri utions proposed by the EAB + EAU
- Continuous elastic support in the toe area with any profile
- Expandable database using standard profiles for oldier piles and sheet piles
- Anchor steel design
- Simulation of sheet pile sections corrosion
- Reinforced concrete design and crack width verification to DIN 1045-1 for circular and rectangular cross-sections
- Buckling analysis to DIN EN 1993-1-1 using 2nd order theory
- Design of infill for soldier pile walls
- Choice of visualisation of earth pressure, water pressure, moments, shear force, normal force and bending line
- Graphical visualisation summarising various advancing and retreating stages
- Retaining wall as legend
- Interface to the GGU-STABILITY-program (slope failure analyses)
- User-defined design of output sheet
- Print or copy screen sections, e.g. for transfer to a word processor
- Integrated Mini-CAD system for additional annotation of graphics
Current updates & changes
- Bugfix: Combined sheet pile walls (I beam sections) can be designed without buckling analysis again.
- Export to GGU-STABILITY improved.
- Possible inaccuracy for passive earth pressure after Culmann corrected.
- Earth pressure after Culmann now also with seismic effects
- Loads with limited plan dimensions expanded by the average from the sheet pile wall manual 1977 and DIN 4085.
- Graphic output table: saving and loading of all settings.
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GGU-Software runs on PCs with the following specifications:
- Pentium III or higher processor
- Microsoft Windows® 7, 8, 8.1and10 compatible
- 500 MB free hard disk space
- DVD-ROM drive or internet connection (for installation)
- USB Interface 2.0 or higher (for licence CmStick dongle)
- CmActLicences NOT on virtual maschines
This webinar will demonstrate the GGU-RETAIN program’s ability not only to design a retaining wall for a single – and final – depth of an excavation pit, but also to have a close look at state variables like moments, shear forces, displacements etc., which vary with different phases of the excavation. Additionally our expert Prof. Uwe Glabisch will lead you through the menu of the program GGU-RETAIN to outline its competence to compute the state of a dismantling, meaning here to cut a row of anchors and to...