adrbek Posted May 19 Share Posted May 19 UniSoft GS UniSettle v184.108.40.206 English 32-64-bit Win | 18 MB A software application specifically developed to assist engineers in performing stress and settlement calculations involving complex load combinations and site conditions. UniSettle calculates and displays total and effective stress, pore pressure distributions, total and differential settlement, layer compression, consolidation settlement, immediate compression, and secondary settlement versus time. All results are presented in tabular and graphical form that can be exported to Excel format or Tab-delimited text format for further manipulation and reporting. All input and results may be entered in either Customary US or SI units and be toggled back-and-forth as per User preference at any time. Soil Data: UniSettle can have up to 25 soil layers with the soil strength parameters, soil compressibility, as well as pore pressures varying within each layer. Settlement is determined using conventional Cc-e0 approach, E-modulus, or Janbu tangent modulus method. UniSettle Professional supports Terzaghi one dimensional consolidation theory and vertical drains. Units can be SI or Customary US. Loads and Excavations: All input data are presented and edited using an Excel-type grid and cell system. Stresses can be from a combination of point, line, circular, triangular, rectangular, polygon, or embankment type loads. The User can specify the time period applicable to each individual load, excavation, and pore pressure profile. This allows for the modeling of real site conditions over time. Effective Stresses: Stress distribution is calculated according to Boussinesq, Westergaard, or 2:1 methods and combines the effects of loading and unloading. Total Settlement: The total settlement results are a compilation of the immediate compression, consolidation settlement, and secondary compression at a specific point and for a particular analysis method. Settlement is determined using conventional Cc-e0 approach, E-modulus, or Janbu tangent modulus method. Consolidation vs Time: Calculate the immediate compression, consolidation settlement, and secondary compression as a function of time. The time related settlement uses a combination of both the coefficients of vertical and horizontal consolidation to calculate an average degree of consolidation. UniSettle Professional supports Terzaghi one-dimensional consolidation theory and vertical drains. Homepage - Quote https://www.unisoftgs.com/unisettle/ System Requirements • O.S.: Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11 (32-bit or 64-bit) • Required Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader or equivalent, Microsoft.Net Framework 4.5 or above • CPU: Intel/AMD Dual-Core or higher • RAM: 4 GB of system memory • Hard Drive: 20 GB of available space • Display Resolution: 1024 x 768 or higher If the links expire or we have posted new versions will be re-uploaded here: Quote https://pastebox.co/2V2PoMhu | Support Us & Get Help: https://pastebox.co/mKGi5bFX Get Resumable Downloads & Full Speed When You Buy Premium Account! Quote NitroFlare Free Download - Interchangeable Links (18 MB) https://nitroflare.com/view/2C3072C0BA4A8D3/UniSoft.GS.Settle.v220.127.116.11.Win32.Win64.rar FileUpload Free Download - Interchangeable Links (18 MB) https://fileupload.pw/xkbnxw7ab7vl TurboBit Free Download - Interchangeable Links (18 MB) https://turb.pw/lu0uw226s1u4.html MyFiles Free Download - Interchangeable Links (18 MB) https://myfiles.onl/4xoaerlrp591 Full Version, Activation Included and Without Password! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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