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This lesson describes the construction of an excavation pit in soft clay and sand layers. The pit is a relatively small excavation of 12 by 20 m, excavated to a depth of 6.5 m below the surface. Struts, walings and ground anchors are used to prevent the pit from collapsing. After the full excavation, an additional surface load is added on one side of the pit.
PLAXIS 3D CEV22.01 Tutorial 02: Excavation in sand.pdf
PLAXIS 3D CEV22 Tutorial 02: Excavation in sand.pdf
PLAXIS 3D CEV21 Tutorial 02: Excavation in sand.pdf
PLAXIS_3D_CEV22.01_Tutorial_02_Excavation in sand.p3dlog
PLAXIS_3D_CEV22_Tutorial_02_Excavation in sand.p3dlog
PLAXIS_3D_CEV21_Tutorial_02_Excavation in sand.p3dlog
The attached *.p3dlog file contains all the commands to generate the model. With a Bentley Geotechnical SELECT Entitlement [GSE] licence, you can use the commands runner to open the *.p3dlog file and to execute all commands in one go, see also this instruction.
PLAXIS 3D Tutorial 01: Foundation in overconsolidated clay [Tutorials]
PLAXIS 3D Tutorial 03: Loading of a suction pile [Tutorials]