ensarSoil Software offers a versatile technology that enables you to design Tensar Systems in accordance with all major industry-standard protocols including: National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) 1997 Federal Highway Administration – Demonstration Project 82 (1997) Federal Highway Administration – National Highway Institute (FHWA NHI 043) 2001 (AASHTO ASD 2002) American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials – Load and Resistance Factor Design (AASHTO LRFD) 2007Download Documentation
Now there’s a better way to design segmental retaining walls: introducing TensarSoil design software from Tensar International. Fully interactive, this new program allows you to input and alter project geometry, geogrid grade or layout, surcharge loads and/or soil characteristics to determine stability data and material costs instantly.
Successfully used in Europe, Asia, and other regions for more than two decades, the latest version has been expanded to evaluate the feasibility, potential performance, and cost benefits of each of our geogrid-reinforced systems, including the Mesa Retaining Wall Systems, SierraScape Retaining Wall Systems and Tensar Temporary Walls.
In addition to TensarSoil, TensarSlope is an add-on program which provides global stability analysis for your TensarSoil design sections.
To schedule a hands-on demonstration of TensarSlope, contact Tensar Customer Service at 800-TENSAR-1 or submit your help request via our Contact Us online form.
TensarSoil Software offers a versatile technology that enables you to design Tensar Systems in accordance with all major industry-standard protocols including:
|Category||Retaining Walls , Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Walls , Earth Retaining Structures , Erosion , Geoenvironmental Engineering , Geosynthetics , Geosynthetics for Containment , Seismic Slope Stability , Numerical & Constitutive Modeling , Slope Stability Analysis , Soil Dynamics In-Situ , Slope Stability , Soil Mechanics , Soil Behavior Modeling , Slope Stabilization , Constitutive Modeling / Soil Behavior|
|Operating Systems||Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows 95/98, Windows XP, Windows 8, Windows 10|