Sheeting Design 

This program is used to quickly design non-anchored walls and to make a basic design of anchored retaining walls (Sheet pile, Soldier pile, Diaphragm and Pile walls). The results show the required embedment lengths, the internal forces on the structure and the forces in anchors. The program provides verification of RC, steel or timber cross sections. 
Advanced analysis of multiplied anchored walls (including displacement of structure) can be performed using the program GEO5 Sheeting Check (elasto-plastic nonlinear method). 
Licence price from £452 
Available in packages: 
Internal forces 
3D view 
Input of anchor 
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 
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 
Redistribution of pressures - EAB, LRFD 
Increased active pressure and Pressure at rest 
Analysis of earth pressures in effective and total parameters 
Possibility to consider minimum dimensioning pressure 
Generally layered soil environment 
Verification analysis can be performed employing EN 1997-1, LRFD or classical approach (limit states, factor of safety) 
EN 1997 – option to choose partial factors based on National Annexes 
EN 1997 – option to choose all design approaches, consider design situations 
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 
General shape of terrain behind the structure 
Earthquake effects (Mononobe-Okabe, Arrango, Chinese standards) 
Multiple levels of struts 
Application of 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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