The program allows the following verifications:
The program verifies the external stability of so called fictitious structure consisting of the structure front face and a curve bounding the geo-reinforcements end points. The fictitious structure is loaded byand checked for overturning and slip - similarly to the verification of a .
From the, the program determines the forces in the checker cross-section. Only the forces above the checked joint (see ) are taken into account. Reinforcements introduce which equal to the lower value of the two bearing capacities (against tearing and pull-out). The actual verification for overturning and slip follows aftewords. The program also allows for an automatic verification of the most critical cross-section.
Thebelow a fictitious structure is verified. The constant stress in the foundation joint is determined from all and calculated in the " " frame. In case of the input foundation the bearing capacity is determined from all forces calculated in the " " frame (the option "Entire wall" must be selected).
Slip on georeinforcement
Theof a reinforced soil block along a geo-reinforcement is verified. The reinforced block is bounded the wall front face, the checked geo-reinforcement, a vertical line passing through the geo-reinforcement end point and terrain. The block is loaded by an and by stabilizing forces due to geo-reinforcements exceeding the boundary of the reinforced block and by . The program also allows to automatically verificate along individual reinforcements and find the most critical result.
Strength of reinforcement and pull-out resistence are.
The program allows to verify the overallalong a . The slip surface can be automatically , i.e. the program automatically selects the verification along the most critical surface. The actual analysis can be carried out with the help of two slice methods: (rigorous, more accurate method) and (more conservative, simpler, more easily finds the solution satisfying equilibrium conditions).
Verification ofby the "Slope stability" program.