Full retaining wall elevations drawn by entering elevations and stations in a spreadsheet-like form.
Slopes above the wall can be drawn on the elevation to streamline the cross section design process.
Easily add or modify stations or elevations when design conditions change.
The plan view can be used to see the true retaining wall footprint on your site including the wall’s setback.
This is critical in the planning and design phases of construction. An existing plan can be imported into AB Walls 10 to provide an accurate wall layout. This can be done by any CADD program that can create a .DXF file.
Like previous versions of AB Walls, the retaining wall elevation is divided into multiple wall panels, each of which has a cross section assigned to it.
Geogrid Lengths, Surcharges & Point Loads can all be customized to give an accurate representation of your site.
Slopes above the wall entered from the elevation or assigned to each cross section independently.
Static & Seismic Design:
External Stability - with automated suggestion of design parameters
Internal Stability - with easily modified geogrid parameters
Internal Compound Stability (ICS)
Additional gravity wall options available for each cross section.
With the click of a button, output your design to a .DXF file that is compatible with most CADD programs. It is layered and to scale, ready to be incorporated into your construction documents.
Cross Section Notes
Material Estimates and Proposal Worksheets
After the wall has been designed in AB Walls 10, the last steps would be to generate a material estimate for the project. This includes all the material required to build the wall:
retaining wall blocks & caps
drain pipe etc...
The estimate includes labor and engineering quantities so that all you need to do is type in prices for a complete retaining wall price.
This feature is only available for software listings at the Advanced or Lead Sponsorship Level. Each software provider can upgrade the sponsorship level of their software listing by visiting the sponsorship levels page.
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