What is Wallap software?

What is Wallap software?

WALLAP is a powerful, fast and user-friendly program for analysing the stability of cantilevered and propped retaining walls. WALLAP is suitable for the analysis of both temporary works, such as sheet pile walls, and permanent works such as reinforced concrete diaphragm walls and contiguous bored pile walls.

What is contiguous bored pile?

Contiguous piled walls consist of a row of successive unconnected cast-in-situ concrete piles constructed with small gaps between the adjacent piles, formed using CFA or rotary bored piles (replacement piles techniques).

What does plaxis do?

PLAXIS is the leading geotechnical engineering simulation software developed specifically for deformation analysis of soils and rock.

What are micro piles?

Micropiles, also known as minipiles, pin piles, needle piles, and root piles, are a deep foundation element constructed using high-strength, small-diameter steel casing and/or threaded bars.

What are contiguous piles made of?

Contiguous pile walls are mainly constructed using the CFA technology and consist of reinforced piles (soft – reinforcement cage; firm – steel section). Contiguous piled walls are utilised when groundwater ingress is not an issue. The dimension of the gap between the piles typically ranges between 50 and 150mm.

What is the difference between CFA and rotary bored piles?

CFA piles are suitable for lighter loads, whereas bored piles are used for heavy-loaded constructs, to bypass underground impediments, and infiltrate the ground that is too hard to drill with a continuous flight auger.

Why plaxis software is used?

Who invented PLAXIS?

Bentley Systems

Developer(s) Bentley Systems
Initial release December 1982
Stable release CONNECT Edition V20.1 (2D & 3D)
Operating system Windows
Available in English, Chinese, Japanese