PLAXIS Online Training: Groundwater, dewatering and convergence issues

       
TypeOnline training
Date 30/09/2019
Location Online
Lectures Mr. Richard Witasse

Price €300

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Dewatering and convergence issues troubleshooting

Topics covered

This online training will demonstrate the practical use of dewatering in Plaxis 2D with special emphasis on the analysis of a circular shaft. The training will particularly be focusing on

  • dewatering modelling strategy
  • assessment, understanding and remedies to most experienced convergence issues often associated with this type of problems

The training will first consist of a 30 minutes presentation focusing on the main PLAXIS features about to be used as well as a full model description. The presentation will then be followed by a 1h00 in depth live demonstration for building up PLAXIS 2D model from scratch including in-depth model results post-processing and interpretation. Finally a 15 minute question-answer session will be held.

Deliverables

Upon receipt of payment, the training materials (pdf files of the powerpoint presentation, all elaborated PLAXIS model files using the latest commercial release only i.e. PLAXIS 2D Connect Edition V20) will be distributed along with a link to the recorded video (available 3 months) and a summary of the Questions/Answers session.

Please use the participant email address for further correspondence.

Date & Time

Monday, September 30th 2019, starting at 03.00 PM CEST (UTC/GMT + 1).

Costs

The cost of the Online Training is EUR 300,-.

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