ABOUT GEO5

GEO5 is a software suite, providing solution for majority of geotechnical tasks. Individual programs have the same user interface and communicate with each other, while each program verifies definite structure type. Based on traditional analytical methods and Finite Element Method (FEM), GEO5 is designed to solve most geotechnical tasks, from the basic ones (verification of foundations, walls, slope stability), up to highly specialized programs (analysis of tunnels, building damage due to tunneling, rock stability). Each GEO5 program solves definite structure type, so the customer can only select those he needs.

GEO5 MODULES

Stability Analysis

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Slope Stability
This program is used to perform slope stability analysis (embankments, earth cuts, anchored retaining structures, MSE walls, etc.).

Rock Stability

This program is used to analyze the stability of rock slopes and walls for a specified type of failure, including a planar or polygonal slip surface or rock wedge.

FEM

This program can model and analyze a wide range of geotechnical problems, including terrain settlement, sheet piling/diaphragm walls, slope stability, excavation, tunnel analysis, steady state or transient water flow analysis, consolidation analysis etc.

FEM – Water Flow
FEM – Water Flow is used to perform steady state or transient water flow analysis. Water Flow is an extension module of the FEM program for analysis of geotechnical problems.

MSE Wall

This program is used for verification of mechanically stabilized earth walls and segmental retaining walls reinforced by geogrids (georeinforcements).

Anti-slide Pile
This program is used for design of pile walls stabilizing slope movement or increasing safety factor of the slope.

Nailed Slope

This program is used to design soil nail walls and slopes of various shapes.

Foundation Design

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).

Shaft

This program is used to analyze spatial earth pressures on circular shaft and determination of internal forces on the structure.

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.

Walls and Gabions

Cantilever Wall

This program is used to verify cantilever retaining wall design. It offers a number of wall shapes and analyzes reinforced concrete cross-sections.

Prefeb Wall

This program is used to verify retaining walls made of prefabricated blocks (block walls).

Nailed Slope

This program is used to design soil nail walls and slopes of various shapes.

Earth Pressures

This program computes basic earth pressures (active pressure, passive pressure, and pressure at rest) acting upon an arbitrary shaped structure.

Gravity Wall

This program is used for design of gravity retaining walls. It offers a range of wall shapes and verifies mass concrete cross-sections.

Abutment
This program is used to design bridge abutments including wing walls. It allows to check the abutment for overturning, translation, bearing capacity of foundation soil and dimensioning of decisive or reinforced concrete sections (including wings).

Gabion

This program is used for gabion retaining wall design. It allows analysis of any structure shapes including overhangs requiring anchoring.

MSE Wall

This program is used for verification of mechanically stabilized earth walls and segmental retaining walls reinforced by geogrids (georeinforcements).

Masonry Wall

This program is used for design and analysis of reinforced masonry block wall according to various standards.

Tunnels and Shafts

FEM

This program can model and analyze a wide range of geotechnical problems, including terrain settlement, sheet piling/diaphragm walls, slope stability, excavation, tunnel analysis, steady state or transient water flow analysis, consolidation analysis etc.

Ground Loss

This program is used for analysis and determination of the shape of subsidence trough above excavations and to evaluate the damage to buildings situated in the affected area.

FEM – Tunnel
FEM – Tunnel is used to design and analyze tunnels. Tunnel is an extension module of the FEM program for analysis of geotechnical problems.

Shaft

This program is used to analyze spatial earth pressures on circular shaft and determination of internal forces on the structure.

Shallow Foundations

Spread Footing

This program is used for the design of spread footings subject to general load. It computes vertical and horizontal bearing capacity, settlement and rotation of a footing, and determines required longitudinal and shear reinforcement (punching).

Abutment
This program is used to design bridge abutments including wing walls. It allows to check the abutment for overturning, translation, bearing capacity of foundation soil and dimensioning of decisive or reinforced concrete sections (including wings).

FEM

This program can model and analyze a wide range of geotechnical problems, including terrain settlement, sheet piling/diaphragm walls, slope stability, excavation, tunnel analysis, steady state or transient water flow analysis, consolidation analysis etc.

Beam
This program provides the analysis of foundation beams resting on elastic subsoil.

Slab (Plate)

The program performs the analysis of foundation and roof plates of any shape using the Finite Element Method.

Deep Foundations

Pile

This program is used for analysis of vertical bearing capacity of a single pile loaded both in tension or compression, pile settlement as well as horizontal bearing capacity of a single pile.

Micropile

This program is used for verification of steel tube micropiles. When calculating the micropile bearing capacity, the program verifies both the root and shaft.

Pile CPT
This program verifies the vertical bearing capacity and settlement of a single pile or a group of piles, based on the results provided by (static) cone penetration tests (CPT).

FEM

This program can model and analyze a wide range of geotechnical problems, including terrain settlement, sheet piling/diaphragm walls, slope stability, excavation, tunnel analysis, steady state or transient water flow analysis, consolidation analysis etc.

Pile Group
This program is used to analyze a pile group (pile raft foundation with a rigid pile cap) using both spring method (FEM), or analytical solutions. Both floating piles and piles fixed into subsoil can be considered.

Stratigraphy

Terrain

This program is used to create digital terrain models (DEM, DTM) from inputted points and holes. It calculates volumes of excavation and also serves as task manager for other GEO5 programs.

Settlement Analysis

Settlement

This program is used to determine vertical settlement and time-dependent consolidation of soils under embankments, foundations, earth dams and surface loads (surcharges).

Pile

This program is used for analysis of vertical bearing capacity of a single pile loaded both in tension or compression, pile settlement as well as horizontal bearing capacity of a single pile.

FEM

This program can model and analyze a wide range of geotechnical problems, including terrain settlement, sheet piling/diaphragm walls, slope stability, excavation, tunnel analysis, steady state or transient water flow analysis, consolidation analysis etc.

Pile CPT
This program verifies the vertical bearing capacity and settlement of a single pile or a group of piles, based on the results provided by (static) cone penetration tests (CPT).

FEM - Consolidation

FEM – Consolidation is used to perform time dependent settlement analysis under foundations, embankments and surface loads (surcharges). Consolidation is an extension module of the FEM program for analysis of geotechnical problems.

Pile Group
This program is used to analyze a pile group (pile raft foundation with a rigid pile cap) using both spring method (FEM), or analytical solutions. Both floating piles and piles fixed into subsoil can be considered.

Spread Footing

This program is used for the design of spread footings subject to general load. It computes vertical and horizontal bearing capacity, settlement and rotation of a footing, and determines required longitudinal and shear reinforcement (punching).

Ground Loss

This program is used for analysis and determination of the shape of subsidence trough above excavations and to evaluate the damage to buildings situated in the affected area.

Field Tests

Pile CPT
This program verifies the vertical bearing capacity and settlement of a single pile or a group of piles, based on the results provided by (static) cone penetration tests (CPT).

Micropile

This program is used for verification of steel tube micropiles. When calculating the micropile bearing capacity, the program verifies both the root and shaft.

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.
 

Spread Footing

This program is used for the design of spread footings subject to general load. It computes vertical and horizontal bearing capacity, settlement and rotation of a footing, and determines required longitudinal and shear reinforcement (punching).

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Last updated on Feb 2017

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