Standard Course on Computational Geotechnics
Applying the finite element method (FEM) for efficient and accurate stress and deformation analysis and stability assessment.
Run annually by Wilde Analysis and Plaxis for over 15 years, this popular training event has helped hundreds of geotechnical engineers and researchers from the civil engineering, oil & gas, nuclear and renewable energy industries.
The course provides an introduction to the modelling of geotechnical problems that are encountered in day-to-day engineering practice, through a balanced mixture of lectures and “hands-on” computer-based workshops.
Standard Course (19- 21 June) Topics include:
- Plasticity and Mohr Coulomb models
- Hardening Soil model
- Drained and undrained behaviour
- Non-linear analysis
- Consolidation and phi/c reduction
- Reinforced and unreinforced embankments
- Groundwater flow modelling
Introduction to Plaxis (18 June)This optional preliminary day is for delegates who have little experience in using PLAXIS and would like to become familiar with the software before the 3 day Standard Course starts.
- Introductory Day (Optional - 18 June)
- Standard Course (19-21 June)
RegistrationSimply choose one of the following options to receive further information on this course or to register.
- Call us on +44 (0)161 474 6886
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Event Type: Course
Location: Manchester UK
Date: June 18, 2018