Tech Talk: Understand the PLAXIS Calculation Progress Window

Date 26/09/2019
Location Online
Lectures Mr. Richard Witasse

Learn more about the convergence process and understand the PLAXIS Calculation Progress Window with our upcoming Tech Talk

Sep 26, 2019, 5:00 PM (UTC/GMT +2 hours)

Geotechnical engineers are continually challenged to design safe structures and produce watertight solutions with accurate calculations. With PLAXIS, you can rely on advanced expertise and analyze with sound computation.

Calculations produce meaningful results, and with dozens of verification studies and an optimized calculation kernel, results are being produced as fast as possible and with high accuracy. Master YOUR results with an in-depth look at the Calculations Progress window.

You will:

  • Become familiar with the concepts behind iterative procedure to solve nonlinear sets of equations
  • Understand the convergence parameters in the phase settings dialog box
  • Identify and understand non convergence issues


Participants of this one-hour event can earn one Professional Development Hour (PDH) from Bentley Institute. To review your Bentley Transcript/Learning History, go to There, you can self-report your professional development efforts to the respective organization, licensing board, or professional association. Requirements may vary and acceptance of Bentley Institute PDHs is ultimately at the discretion of the those organizations. Bentley recommends that you confirm board or association terms and conditions.

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