Sheeting Check 

This program is used to make advanced design of embedded retaining walls using the method of elasto-plastic non-linear analysis. 
 
It allows the user to model the real structure behavior using stages of construction, to calculate the deformation and pressures acting upon the structure, to verify the internal anchor stability or to verify cross-sections (steel, RC, timber) and the bearing capacity of the anchors. 
The GEO5 Sheeting Design program can be used to make basic design of the required length of the structure in soil, to calculate the internal forces on the structure or to verify cross-sections. 
Licence price from £652 
Available in packages: 
Shaft geometry 
Load analysis 
Bending movement 
Main Advantages: 
Customizable report structure 
Report header personalization 
Add and edit unlimited images from the analysis 
Pictures automatically update to show results based on current settings 
Main Features 
Method of elasto-plastic non-linear analysis i.e. the magnitude of pressures acting upon a structure depend on its deformation 
Variety of pre-defined types of cross-section: 
Pile wall (Secant pile wall, Tangent pile wall, Contiguous pile wall) 
Soldier pile wall (Berliner wall) - Steel cross section (I, HEB) 
Sheet pile wall 
Steel cross-sections (Skyline, Arcelor Mittal, Vítkovice Steel, Agastyl, ThyssenKrupp, Gerdau, Bethlehem Steel, Mer Lion Metals) 
Vinyl cross-sections (CMI, ESP Everlast Synthetic Products) 
Concrete rectangular walls (Diaphragm wall, Milano walls) 
Steel-concrete cross-sections 
Timber pole wall 
Other – possibility to input own material characteristics 
Possiblity to model double-row pile wall 
Anchored, strutted and cantilevered walls supported 
Generally layered soil environment 
Built-in database of soil parameters 
Arbitrary number of surcharges applied to structures (strip, trapezoidal, concentrated load) 
Modelling of water in front of and behind structures, modelling of artesian water 
Built-in database of anchors: 
Pre-stressed bar anchors (VSL, Dywidag, ARCO, SAS) 
Strand anchors (VSL, Dywidag) 
Helical anchors (Helical Anchors Ltd, Chance, MacLean) 
Anchor bars (VSL, Minova) 
Deadman anchors 
Bearing capacity of anchors (Anchor Strength, pull-out Resistence (soil), Pull-out Resistence (grouting)) 
Analysis of non prestressed anchors and soil nails 
Analysis according to the theory limit states and safety factor 
Verification of internal stability of anchors 
Various methods for the evaluation of the modulus of subsoil reaction (Schmitt, Ménard, Chadeisson) 
Automatic or manual iteration of modulus of subgrade reaction 
EN 1997 – option to choose partial factors based on National Annexes 
EN 1997 – option to choose all design approaches, consider design situations 
General shape of terrain behind the structure 
Berms in front of the structure 
Analysis of earth pressures in effective and total parameters 
Earthquake effects (Mononobe-Okabe, Arrango, Chinese standards) 
Check the failure by heave and verification of failure by piping of soil 
Utilization of passive resistance 
Possibility to consider minimum dimensioning pressure 
Struts and springs can be defined 
Temperature load of props 
Envelope of internal forces for individual construction stages 
The structure can be loaded by specified forces and moments 
Dimensioning of RC, steel and timber cross-sections according to various standards (EC, BS, SNiP, CSN, Chinese standards etc.) 
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