The DC-Bearing program is used to perform the general ground failure verification for rectangular, circular and strip foundations for horizontal and inclined ground surface conditions with a multi-layered soil structure in the horizontal direction. The available calculation methods are either in accordance with the relevant standard or Terzaghi or Brinch Hansen. Different construction stages can be considered in the calculation as excavation stages with slopes.
The DC-Settle program is used to calculate settlements for any number of load application areas with mutual influence upon each other using the stiffness modulus method. The subsoil can be defined via bore points. The stratification between the points is interpolated. The settlement progression can be displayed both in sections and over the surface with contour lines or colour gradients.
The DC-Footing program is used to perform the foundation engineering verifications overturning, sliding, ground failure, soil pressure and settlement for several types of footings with horizontal and inclined ground surfaces and with a multi-layer soil structure. Different construction states can be considered in the calculation as excavation stages with slopes. The reinforced concrete design of the footings includes bending, shear force, punching shear and sleeve design.
The DC-Pylon Footing program comprises the calculation of fixed block and pylon footings in accordance with the method by Steckner. The calculation includes the serviceability and stability verifications.
The DC-Slope program can be used to determine the safety against slope and base failure based on the methods by Krey-Bishop (slip circle) and Janbu (arbitrary slip surfaces). The ground surface, the soil layers and the groundwater may have any course. Optionally, components such as stabilising columns or sheet piling can be taken into account to increase the shear force in the soil.
The DC-Geotex program is used to calculate constructions of reinforced earth with geosynthetics. Both the internal and external stability of the construction are verified and a calculation of the forces and the lengths of the geosynthetic material is performed.
The DC-Gabion program is used to calculate gabions and supporting structures made of concrete elements or layered blocks in accordance with the FGSV code of practice. Different wall types are selectable whose geometries can be adapted very variably.
The DC-Cantilever program is used to perform stability verifications and the reinforced concrete design for cantilevered retaining walls. The geometry of the cantilevered retaining wall can be selected and modified as desired and supplemented with foundation spurs and projections, for example. In addition, different construction states can be taken into account in the calculation as excavation stages with slopes.
The DC-Pit program can be used to calculate construction pit walls. A selection of different wall types with predefined cross-sections is available. You can define up to 20 excavation stages with the positions of anchors or stiffeners and different water levels. Based on the calculated internal forces, the design of the wall materials can be carried out with the add-on option DC-Pit/Dimensioning.
DC-Pit ONLY Bore Pile Wall
In this reduced version of DC-Pit, only the bore pile wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit ONLY Diaphragm Wall
In this reduced version of DC-Pit, only the diaphragm wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit ONLY Sheet Pile Wall
In this reduced version of DC-Pit, only the sheet pile wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit ONLY Girder Plank Wall
In this reduced version of DC-Pit, only the girder plank wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit ONLY MIP Wall
In this reduced version of DC-Pit, only the MIP wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit/Dimensioning is an add-on option to the DC-Pit program and can be used to design the wall types, infilling, anchors and booms.
DC-Pit Dimensioning ONLY Bore Pile Wall
In this reduced version of the add-on option DC-Pit/Dimensioning, only the bore pile wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit Dimensioning ONLY Diaphragm Wall
In this reduced version of the add-on option DC-Pit/Dimensioning, only the diaphragm wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit Dimensioning ONLY Sheet Pile Wall
In this reduced version of the add-on option DC-Pit/Dimensioning, only the sheet pile wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit Dimensioning ONLY Girder Plank Wall
In this reduced version of the add-on option DC-Pit/Dimensioning, only the girder plank wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit Dimensioning ONLY MIP Wall
In this reduced version of the add-on option DC-Pit/Dimensioning, only the MIP wall is available as a wall type.
DC-Pit Dimensioning/Reinforcement is an add-on option to the DC-Pit/Dimensioning program that allows the graduation of the reinforcement over the envelope line of tensile force.
DC-Crack is an add-on option to the program DC-Pit/Dimensioning. It can be used to perform serviceability verifications in connection with the reinforced concrete design.
The DC-Nail program is used to calculate embankments secured with nails in accordance with the block sliding approach. The internal and external stability verifications as well as the design of the nails and the shotcrete wall are performed.
The DC-Underpinning program includes the calculation of building underpinnings and gravity walls. Any unit of underpinning with several layers of anchors and stiffeners can be entered. For the unit of underpinning strengthened soil or concrete can be selected. Optionally, the wall width and the anchor forces can be optimised.
DC-Underpinning/Optimization is an add-on option to the DC-Underpinning program and provides for the optimisation of the wall thickness and the anchor forces.
The DC-Integra program offers a solution for BIM in foundation engineering and provides an overview from the design phase to the processing of individual sections as well as the presentation of the results. The construction pit is displayed as a drawing (2-D) and in a 3-D view. In addition, the program offers interfaces to individual calculation programs to directly transfer the information from DC-Integra to these programs. Individual post-processing operations (e. g. definition of the excavations) can be performed in the calculation programs and the calculations can be done there.
The add-on option DC-Integra/3D enables a complete 3-D representation of an excavation pit. The different wall types (with matching textures), slopes and soil layers as well as corner formations are shown in detail. Complex excavation situations and geometries can be viewed in a photorealistic representation.
The add-on option DC-Integra 3D/Volume can be used to determine the excavation volume and the excavated mass of construction pits.
The add-on option DC-Integra 3D/Pipework provides a good overview of the location of all relevant pipelines and cables in the vicinity of the excavation.
The add-on option DC-Integra 3D/Anchor can be used to define, represent and assess anchor positions and booms on the lining walls in three dimensions. Anchors can be defined by their depth, length and inclination, grouted anchor bodies by their length and diameter. Furthermore, it can be checked whether anchors collide with other anchors or with utility lines/pipework or buildings. The permissible spacing can be set freely.
The DC-Pile program can be used to design individual piles such as bored piles, driven/displacement piles, micro/grouted piles and ductile piles. The piles can be calculated as compression piles and tension piles. For the soil layers, the characteristic parameters such as the skin friction, the peak pressure and the stiffness or the subgrade modulus (for the foundation) have to be defined. For the peak pressure and the skin friction, the characteristic values specified by DIN 1054, ÖNORM B 1997 and the Recommendations of the German Pile Work Group EA-Pfähle are stored in the program.
The add-on option DC-Pile/Noise Barrier can be used to calculate individual piles, which are to be erected in embankments in accordance with the approach by Vogt.
The DC-Pilegroup light program can be used to calculate pile groups with a load-distributing head plate. The load on the piles and the required pile lengths are determined with consideration of the load transfer via the plate.
The DC-Pilegroup pro program is used to calculate and design combined pile-raft foundations (CPRF) taking into account the elastic support of the raft and the pile-pile and pile-raft interactions.
The DC-Vibro program is used to calculate the settlements of foundations and allows to take soil improvement by vibro-compaction into account according to the approach by Priebe. Any number of isolated, strip, circular and annular foundations can be considered.
The DC-Dewatering program can be used to calculate groundwater lowering with multi-well installations. The calculation can be performed for the lowering of groundwater in several adjacent excavation pits of different depths with any number of wells and in a staggered arrangement.
The DC-Infilt program can be used to calculate infiltration installations. Different types of infiltration are available and a distinction can be made between infiltration of precipitation or a specified inflow volume, e. g. from dewatering of a construction site. Rainfall intensities and precipitation depths can be imported from the KOSTRA Atlas or eHYD and MeteoSwiss.
The add-on option DC-Infilt/Rain can be used to check whether the treatment of rainwater in accordance with the Code of Practice DWA-M 153 of the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste has to be considered.
The DC-Lamella programme can be used to calculate the stability of diaphragm wall lamellae in accordance with DIN 4126. In the calculation, both a guide wall and corner lamellae can be considered according to the method of Triantafyllidis, Vogelsang and Grandas-Tavera.
Automatic generation of a form based on the Additional Technical Contract Conditions and Directives for Civil Engineer Structures (ZTVK-/ZTV-Ing) for the compliant output of all data (graphics and texts).