The design of deep excavations and tunnels in crowded cities is a technical challenge for engineers. In these environments, engineers often need to look at the effects both below and above the ground (loading the ground and excavation). Our range of soil movement and stability software provides the tools needed to do this quickly and effectively.
To estimate the effect on surrounding structures, most urban tunnelling or excavation work requires ground movement as well as building and utility damage assessment. Producing these with different analysis programs and spreadsheets can be time-consuming and difficult to check. That is why we developed Xdisp, the industry standard for analysing and displaying results in clear 3D.
Perform tasks such as soil displacement analysis, soil settlement calculations and soil displacement design.
Solve geotechnical problems with this powerful 2D geotechnical finite element design software.
Easily model site response to seismic events that calculate the soil response, attributable to specified movement in the bedrock.
Analyse reinforcing elements including soil nails, rock bolts, ground anchors and geotextiles.
Automatic predictions for ground movement, settlement analysis and structural damage.
We are delighted to announce that two Oasys entries have been shortlisted for the Ground Engineering Awards 2020, one in…
Oasys are proud to share the paper presented recently at the XVII European Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering…
Visit the XDisp product page Colour-coded visualisation shows damage risk at a glance Multi-core processing for super-fast iteration Enhanced menu…