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PLAXIS 3D WorkSuite

Complete 3D Geotechnical Analysis Software Package

Complex geotechnical challenges can require a closer to reality factor of safety. More than ever, you require scalable and trusted analysis for infrastructure geotechnical challenges. Model and analyze common or complex geo-engineering projects efficiently with intuitive digital workflows and advanced interoperability.
 

 

PLAXIS 3D WorkSuite (formerly PLAXIS 3D Suite, SoilVision 2D/3D Suite, and SoilVision 2D/3D Suite Advanced) offers a variety of key features, including:

  • Accurately calibrate material models.
  • Advanced interoperability with the Bentley ecosystem.
  • Automate tasks for improved efficiency with Python scripting.
  • Import CAD files for streamlined modeling, saving you time.
  • Strengthen reliability with preeminent constitutive model library.
  • Access more functionality with sensitivity analysis and parameter variation.


Plan with trusted information. Import geotechnical information digitally faster for better data drive decisions and advanced interoperability for fast and efficient 3D model creation.
 

Analyze with sound computation. Take advantage of finite element or limit equilibrium analysis in 2D or 3D with our complete set of geotechnical engineering applications in PLAXIS WorkSuite.

Featuring rich functionality with faster analysis, our state-of-the-art solver can save you time. Conquer geotechnical challenges with trusted computation backed by dozens of verification studies and advanced constitutive models for soil and rock.
 

Engineering companies and institutions rely on PLAXIS for every geotechnical challenge - from excavations, embankments, and foundations to tunneling, mining, and reservoir geomechanics.

Strengthen your solutions with advanced expertise. Bentley’s geotechnical applications are backed by world-class expertise and are used worldwide to support producing safer structures and environments for all.

 

PLAXIS 3D WorkSuite includes PLAXIS 3D Ultimate, PLAXIS 3D LE (includes 2D LE), and PLAXIS Designer.

CAPABILITIES

Accelerate post-process analysis results efficiently

Leverage powerful and versatile post-processing and display forces, displacements, stresses, and flow data in contour, vector, and iso-surface plots in various ways. Cross-section capabilities allow for a more detailed analysis of the results. Data can be copied from tables or via Python-based scripting for further processing purposes outside of PLAXIS. The Curve manager enables graph creation, plotting various types of results from available calculation data.

Complete undrained analysis

Model undrained behavior either using total stress approach or effective stress approach. Consider shorter-term analysis for construction design in homogeneous and non-homogeneous clay layers. Evaluate the building up of excess pore water pressure in sandy and silty layers during a seismic event. Accurately evaluate dissipation of excess pore pressure due to consolidation in both static and dynamic analyses.

Conduct dynamic analysis with earthquake data

In modeling the dynamic response of a soil or rock structure, the inertia of the subsoil and the time dependency of the load are considered. The time-dependent behavior of the load can be assigned through harmonic, linear, or table multipliers. Via table input, users can import real earthquakes signals to perform meaningful seismic design of jetties or foundations. Dynamic multipliers can be assigned independently in the x- and y-directions in PLAXIS 2D dynamics feature and x-, y-, and z-directions in PLAXIS 3D dynamics feature.

Define realistic and accurate initial conditions

Generate realistic initial stress and pore pressures fields in equilibrium with the soil weight through either K0-procedure or gravity loading. Automatically define state of over-consolidation for advanced constitutive models and set-up initial stresses in the soil body, considering both the influence of the weight of the material and the history of its formation. The field stress initial calculation complements the gravity-based initial stress definition and makes it easier to define the in-situ stress for the non-uniform deep ground conditions, such as those encountered in deep tunneling or reservoir geomechanics.

Enhance tunnel modeling

Take advantage of the Tunnel Designer features for easier and faster definition of tunnel models. Quickly define tunnel cross-section, trajectory, and excavation routine to quick definition and regeneration of calculation phases. Conveniently define rockbolts, tunnels girders, and umbrella arches from the tunnel designer modeling environment and create complex tunnel reinforcement systems in 3D. Straightforwardly and iteratively define construction phases in stage construction, having PLAXIS 3D automatically looping over the defined tunnel construction routine.

Evaluate flow-deformation coupling through consolidation analysis

Precisely evaluate the mechanical process by which soil gradually changes volume in response to a change in pressure over time. Evaluate long-term settlement of foundations or earthworks over weak and non-permeable soil layer, such as marine clay. Safely evaluate possible technical risks associated with consolidation in areas like land reclamation, construction of embankments, tunnels, and basement excavation in clay.

Execute dynamic simulation with consolidation calculation type

Simulate the coupling between soil deformations and transient seepage in the dynamic loading phase. Using this new, advanced calculation type offers generally improved stress predictions and accounts for both eventualities of accumulation and dissipation of excess pore pressures during earthquakes.

Fully automate meshing procedures

Speed up mesh generation process with PLAXIS 3D, taking advantage of our fully automated meshing workflow. By default, automatic mesh refinement is provided in areas closed to structural elements, as well as it is being enforced for the satisfaction of optimum element shape and length ratio through our cutting-edge technology enhanced mesh refinement (EMR). Our latest releases offer the new swept meshing option, which automatically determines usable volumes and sweeping direction in mesh generation to develop more efficient meshes, especially for geometry featuring linear objects like tunnels, road embankments, and levees.

Obtain accurate steady-state flow analysis for dewatering and groundwater control

Easily generate non-hydrostatic pore water pressure distribution in the initial hydraulic gradients or after dewatering. Leverage water-level definition for fast and straightforward generation of boundary conditions for groundwater flow analysis. Evaluate steady-state temperature distribution for underground cable system of retaining wall under severe climatic conditions.
 

Perform time-dependent flow analysis

Go beyond the default options of steady-state groundwater flow analysis PLAXIS Advanced with the PLAXIS Ultimate. Assign time dependent variation or fluxes to water levels, model boundaries, or soil boundaries to simulate various complex hydrological and/or thermal conditions. The input of the time dependent properties is based on harmonic, linear, or table functions. This allows seasonal variations of river water levels behind embankments and their effect on the overall slope stability to be modeled. Precipitation, wells, and drains can be included in the model, allowing pumping tests or other hydrological applications to be modeled.

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System Requirements

Operating System
Windows 8 Professional 64-bit
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
 
Graphics Card
Required: GPU with 256 MB OpenGL 1.3
Bentley recommends avoiding simple onboard graphics chips in favor of a discrete GPU from the nVidia GeForce or Quadro range with at least 128-bit bus and 1 GB of RAM, or equivalent solution from ATI/AMD.
 
Processor
Required: Dual Core CPU
Recommended: Quad Core CPU
 
Memory
Recommended: minimum 8 GB 
Large projects may require more
 
Hard Disk
Minimum 2 GB free space on the partition where the Windows TEMP directory resides, and 2 GB free space on the partition where projects are saved. Large projects
may require significantly more space on both partitions.
For optimum performance, ensure that the TEMP directory and the project directory reside on the same partition.
 
Video
Required: 1024 x 768 pixels 32-bit color palette
Recommended: 1920 x 1080 pixels 32-bit color palette

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