Plaxis is an advanced finite element software for deformation analysis and stability and is used in geotechnical engineering projects. Usually in important geotechnical issues, an advanced behavioral model is required to model nonlinear and time-dependent soil behavior depending on the intended purpose. With this software, it is possible to model stage excavation and embankment with different loading conditions and boundary conditions using 6-node and 15-node triangular elements. Plaxis was first developed for the analysis of earthen dams on soft soils in lowland and lowland Netherlands, commissioned by Delft University of Technology in 1987 and then expanded in 1993 by the Center Institute. for Civil Engineering Research and Codes has also been approved and supported.
In Plaxis, the Mohr-Columbian behavioral models, the hyperbolic hardening model, the Cam-Clay model, and the creep softening model, can also be used to construct and excavate the process by activating and deactivating the elements. Modeled at the calculation stage. An example of this is the application of layer-by-layer analysis to the stability of slopes, dams and tunnels.
Or Plaxis 3D Foundation is software for finite element analysis of soil stability and metamorphism in geotechnical engineering. This program, with its many features, has a thorough analysis of the geotechnical structures from various angles, and is an analysis based on the scientific and theoretical foundations of the researchers in this field. The Plaxis 3D Foundation defines complex structures consisting of artificial structures and soil in separation states, and separate work on each mode is possible. Designed to be user-friendly, it has high flexibility in modeling and simulation, has a robust processing core and performs good post-processing processes.
This program is one of the best in the field of geotechnical engineering with its various features. plaxis is a powerful company that specializes in geotechnical software, and in addition to software, conferences and research seminars around the world. The software of the company is based on the finite element analysis method, which is used effectively in 2D and 3D products. The seminars held by Plexis are not about software training of the company but about the transfer of engineering knowledge among the members, in fact Plexis is not only interested in providing software and is constantly in contact with researchers and geotechnical enthusiasts. Improve both the quality of its products and the technical know-how and achievements of the day among researchers in the field.
Features of PLAXIS Software
- Finite element software for two-dimensional analysis of deformation and stability in geotechnical engineering
- Development of advanced hybrid models of nonlinear, time-dependent and anisotropic behavior of soil and rock
- Using special methods for solving hydrostatic and non-hydrostatic pore pressure problems in soil
- Structural modeling and interaction between soil and structures
- Very powerful graphical interface
- Two-dimensional automatic meshing
- Create 3D model automatically
- Has two-dimensional elements of 6 nodes and 15 nodes
- Featuring sheet elements, joints and rotary springs
- Contains contact elements
- Has a variety of centralized and extensive loading methods
- Ability to model complex boundary conditions
- The possibility of using a variety of soil reinforcers
- Consider a variety of soil behavioral models
- Ability to consider groundwater levels
- Advanced analytical options
- Creating detailed outputs
- Static analysis
- High flexibility
- Accurate simulation of various structures based on proven scientific principles and theories
- Tools for calculating soil volume and …
- Ability to design and model complex hybrid structures
- Windows XP Professional, Vista Business, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Professional
- Recommended: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (all with latest service packs applied)
- USB Port: 1 port required for USB license
- Graphics card
- Required: GPU with 256 MB OpenGL 1.3
- Plaxis strongly recommends avoiding simple onboard graphics chips in favor of a discrete GPU from the nVidia GeForce or Quadro range with at least 128 bit bus and 1 GB of RAM, or equivalent solution from ATI / AMD.
- Required: dual core CPU
- Recommended: quad core CPU
- Hard Disk
- At least 2 GB of free space on the partition where the Windows TEMP directory resides, and at least 2 GB of free space on the partition where projects are saved. Large projects may require significantly more space on both partitions.
- For best performance, ensure that the TEMP directory and the project directory reside on the same partition.
- Random Access Memory (RAM)
- Recommended: at least 8 GB. Large projects may require more.
- Video modes
- Required: 1024 x 768 pixels, 32 bit color palette
- Recommended: 1280 x 900 pixels, 32 bit color palette
Read the Readme.txt file in the Crack folder.
|PLAXIS 3D 2013||161.18 MB||Download|
|Plaxis 3D Foundation 1.6||143.80 MB||Download|
|Plaxis Professional 8.6||331.68 MB||Download|