A few years ago I put out an article entitled Partying Like It’s 1987: Running WEAP87 and SPILE (and other programs) on DOSBox, where I describe the use of DOSBox in running engineering software (and also Windows 3.1.) A great deal of engineering software developed in the DOS era can still be used for engineering design […]
by Don C. Warrington, PhD, P.E., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Introduction Sheet pile design and analysis is an important part of geotechnical engineering, and is well documented in publications such as Sheet Pile Design by Pile Buck. The advent of software such as SPW 911 has made executing this design a much simpler task…
Geotechnical software company GEOSLOPE is offering a free webinar series on their GeoStudio software. This free, one-time-only, series provides training similar to their paid workshops for SLOPE/W and SEEP/W. The webinar sessions will be once […] The post GeoStudio Fundamentals Webinar Series appeared first on GeoPrac.net.
Fugro defeated 60 other teams from industry and academia in a contest to predict pile driving blowcount vs. depth for jacket piles installed in the North Sea. The contest ran from April to December of […] The post Fugro Wins Pile-Driving Prediction Contest With Machine-Learning appeared first on GeoPrac.net.
Hawthorne, N.J. (January 30, 2020): Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) Educational Trust and the Terracon Foundation announce the establishment of the DFI Educational Trust/Terracon Consultants Scholarship Fund, which will provide scholarships to engineering students attending any […] The post DFI Educational Trust and Terracon Announce a New Scholarship Fund appeared first on GeoPrac.net.