Geotechnical engineering:

Geotechnical engineeringBecause all buildings and structures are in contact with the soil in some way, studying the engineering behavior of soil materials and the potential hazards associated with them is necessary. Unlike other soil engineering materials, due to heterogeneity and some other properties, they behave more complexly than other materials. Understanding the type of soil at the project site, its physical and mechanical properties is done through local identification and field and laboratory tests. In geotechnical engineering, the forces and stresses and consequently the deformation of the soil in contact with the structure are investigated, and its stability and bearing capacity are controlled. Potential soil hazards include earthquakes, landslides, liquefaction, etc. Geotechnical engineering issues need to be considered when analyzing and designing various types of soil-contact structures such as foundations, guard structures, earthworks, and so on. In fact, structures in contact with soil have two phases of design. A geotechnical design phase and a structural design phase. Radishes, piles, and piers are examples of foundations and retaining walls and earthen dams are examples of guard structures, and construction of embankments, pits, tunnels, canals, tanks, etc. are examples of soil operations.

Services :

  • Austrian Tunneling Method Analysis (NATM)
  • Soil Testing and Soil Type Determination and Submission of Soil Mechanics Report and Approval from Engineering System and
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  • Soil Bed Improvement
  • Design of all kinds of earth dams
  • Environmental Studies
  • Stabilizing the roofs
  • Design of retaining walls
  • Designing a variety of foundations
  • Seismic Geotechnical Studies
  • Providing educational and research services related to geotechnical engineering

Abilities :

  • Full knowledge of soft soil behavior, hardening soil, low strain hardness, joint and creep including Mohr-Coulomb, Models of Hoek-
  • Brown, Modified Cam Clay, and Sekiguchi- Ota
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  • 3D dimensional square modeling and bearing capacity calculation
  • Modeling earth dams and calculating the summit while building a stage
  • Calculation and modeling of seepage in soil-seepage from sub-shield
  • Modeling of seepage beneath earth dam body
  • Modeling of seepage under the concrete dam in case of steel or concrete shield
  • Modeling of geotextile reinforced soil walls phased construction of a reinforced soil wall
  • Modeling of weighted concrete walls in the actuator, resistive and static, calculating the lateral pressure distribution
  • Modeling different types of tunnel construction methods
  • Simulation of all types of excavation conditions

Advantage of simulation and geotechnical analysis:Advantage of simulation and geotechnical analysis:

  • Prediction of ground motion, structural deviations, and high-precision loading
  • Reduce unnecessary caution in design
  • Understand performance changes due to loading and uncertainty and material instability


Dynamic Analysis:

By calculating the dynamic response of structures by PLAXIS software it is possible to determine the damper/spring model for more precise ground structures.



  • Students and graduates of civil engineering, geotechnical, and other related fields
  • Supervising engineers
  • Road and Building engineers


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