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SoilStructure Software, Inc. (TM) makes Substructural Engineering Software & answers its phones. We solve your questions on the spot. We only get about 4 technical questions a month for ALL OUR products.After more than a quarter century of consulting engineering work, I have come to the conclusion that our project engineers need robust software with familiar inputs. They don't need complicated & obscure parameters.  We have familiar inputs and capable programs that get the job done.

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Torsional Capacity of a Drilled Pier Foundation

SoilStructure Drilled Pier Software is one of the few programs where the engineer can investigate the Geotechnical & Structural Torsional Capacity of the Drilled Pier.  A recent study  by Oregon Department of Transportation, Final Report, SPR 304-701 was completed on May 2016. This report deals with Geotechnical Torsional Capacity. The report can be downloaded from here:  […]

How to Design a Cantilever Soldier Pile (Embedded Retaining Wall)

Design Introduction When excavation heights exceed 5 ft (1.5 m), we need to design a lateral support system. This is often a cantilever soldier pile or embedded retaining wall. A cantilever wall of this kind is permissible up to about 17 ft (5.2 m). Backfill Earth Pressure We can determine the backfill earth pressure using […]

Ascending Backfill & Equivalent Fluid Pressure in Retaining Walls

Definition: Equivalent fluid pressure is a simplification of backfill earth pressure against retaining structures. If the backfill behind a cantilever retaining wall or restrained (basement) wall is level, we can use the equivalent pressure. For a cantilever retaining wall, level & drained condition (subdrain), the equivalent fluid pressure is simply the product of Ka * […]

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