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PEYSANJ Crack + Activation Code

PEYSANJ Crack With Keygen Latest

A bundle of powerful geotechnical tools

Version 4.20.2013.825
Updated Nov 4th 2013
Company
Rating 4.8
601 4.8
Crack Size 25 MB
Downloads 4806
Systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit
Category Science-Cad

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PEYSANJ is a series of geotechnical engineering tools bundled as a single software. User data is stored in Access or SQL server database and the program can be run in single or network mode.

By using PEYSANJ you have the possibility to perform various actions such as plate loading tests, soil liquefaction analysis etc.

The following modules are incorporated into PEYSANJ software:

· Analysis of bearing capacity and settlement of shallow footings

· Soil liquefaction assessment

· Pressure meter test analysis

· Plate load test analysis

· Slope stability chart

· Lateral earth pressure coefficients calculation

· Stress distribution below the footings

· Stress distribution behind the retaining wall with surcharge

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23 July 2018
Alice

grazie mille per il keygen del PEYSANJ

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