Slope stability analysis and analysis of soil nailing and reinforced soil walls. Nailing can consist of: Anchors Soil nails, Geosynthetics, Injection piles
- Slope and general stability to DIN 4084 and EC7
- Analysis after Bishop, Janbu, using the general wedge or vertical slice method
- Choice of analysis using either partial safety factors to DIN 1054:2010, EC 7, Austrian Standard ÖNORM EN 1997-1 or global safety factors (DIN 1054 old)
- Consideration of vibrodisplacement compaction after Priebe
- Stabilisation columns after Neidhart/Gömmel
- System input using absolute heights
- Graphics oriented and tabular input/editing of system geometry and system data
- Import of surface points, pore water pressure points and soil layers from tables (e.g. Excel) via Windows clipboard
- Soil properties can be selected from an expandable database of common soils
- Active and passive earth pressure calculation after Culmann is possible
- Consideration of horizontal and vertical seismic acceleration
- Consideration of pore water pressures from a pore water pressure line or mesh
- Import of a pore water pressure mesh created in the GGU-2D-SSFLOW program (groundwater flow modelling)
- Nailing consisting of geosynthetics (reinforced soil wall) or tension members (modelling of anchors and soil nails)
- Automatic generation of nail grids or manual input
- Geosynthetics can be defined using company products
- Verification of sliding and overturning safety for nail wall
- Verification of bearing capacity failure safety to DIN 4017
- Bending design of the concrete shell to
- EC 2 via interface to the GGU-SLAB program
- Punching verification
- Determination of the maximal nail forces
- Analysis with fibre cohesion for wastes dissimilar to soil (Kölsch method)
- Variable visualisation of safety factors, e.g. as colour-filled contours
- Adopted standard, program name and version can be included in the
- General legend
- 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
13.14 / 12.23 (09.02.2021)
- Bugfix: Joint
- 2nd joint can be defined for each soil.
13.13. / 12.22 (26.01.2021)
- Bugfix: Polygon slip surfaces and tension member: Wall base is immovable and the tension member acts against the slip direction of the polygon slip surface.
- Graphic output table: saving and loading of all settings.
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Export of the Potentials of a Steady-State Groundwater Flow Analysis from GGU-2D-SSFLOW to the programm GGU-STABILITY (33min)
To analyse the stability of slopes, the GGU-STABILITY program can be used to import pore water pressure meshes that were previously determined by means of a hydraulic analysis using the GGU-2D-SSFLOW program.
Welcome to the webinar to show you the export of the potentials of a steady-state groundwater flow analyses from GGU-2D-SSFLOW to the programm GGU-STABILITY.
Welcome to the webinar to the programm GGU-STABILITY with respect to consideration of consolidation layers.
After a short introduction with a few details considering the theory you will see the handling of consolidation layers and some examples.