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Bentley Systems has made several new additions to its Geostructural line of geotechnical and geoenvironmental software tools, targeted at sustaining infrastructure.

With the release of its new Geostructural offerings, Bentley claims to bring a new category of software tools to surface and subsurface project work.

The software is designed to pave the way for the inclusion of geotechnical and geoenvironmental considerations in integrated project workflows and decision making.

Bentley also announced enhancements to its Gint software for subsurface projects, including geospatial context for geotechnical data management within Projectwise.

Bentley’s Geostructural Analysis and Advanced Geostructural Analysis products are designed to provide interchangeable data for the lifecycle of infrastructure.

Their scope includes capabilities for the design and analysis of walls, slope stability, sheeting, piling, footings, abutments, soil pressures, settlement, finite element analysis and ground analysis.

The products are available to infrastructure organisations and professionals through Bentley’s Passport Subscriptions and other subscription offerings, and can also be acquired as perpetual licenses.

Geostructural Analysis includes the following modules: Cantilever Wall, Gabion Wall, Gravity Wall, Masonry Wall, Prefab Wall, Nailed Slopes, Sheeting Design, Sheeting Check, Slope Stability, Spread Footing, Abutment, Earth Pressures, Micropile, Pile CPT, Piles, Rock Stability, Settlement, and DXF Export.

Gint V8i geotechnical software is fully compatible with Bentley’s Microstation V8i desktop platform for information modelling and documentation and its Projectwise V8i project team collaboration platform.

This increases data interoperability across multiple disciplines and leads to more streamlined and efficient collaborative workflows, which can now include the project contributions of geotechnical specialists.

With Gint V81, geotechnical information such as boreholes can be encapsulated through callouts within the geospatial context provided by Projectwise, leading to improvement in project quality.

The software includes Enhanced Compressed Wavelet (ECW) support to further improve performance when combining geotechnical data with raster images.

It also includes support for the latest AGS4 standard from the UK Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists.

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