Clisp Studio csTriax produces results views, graphs and tables which provide you with all the required calculated data, results and associated values usually associated with the Consolidation Stage of a Triaxial Test.
The Consolidation Results Views provide you with the calculated t90 value, the estimated strain to failure percentage, the Consolidation and Compressibility values and the corrected Dimensions of each individual specimen.
With csTriax you are able to display predefined Volume Change and PWP Dissipation Consolidation Results Graphs for individual specimens or all those tested. For Volume Change, on screen cursors enable you to calculate the t90 value and there are many features to manipulate both graphical displays to your display requirements. The results graphs can also easily be copied into commercial data manipulation and presentation packages. You may also customize your own graphs from the list of variables that are relevant to the Consolidation stage should there be a requirement (see the customisation section).
Using csTriax you are able to display the data table containing the relevant measured and calculated values from the Consolidation stage and the table data can be easily exported to MS Excel or copied and pasted to other packages. You can also customize your own desired Table from the list of variables that are relevant to the Consolidation stage (see the customisation section).
When you purchase Clisp Studio csTriax we
provide a wide variety of Industry Standard reports (in the relevant
language) for the different Triaxial Stages that would be of interest to
a geotechnical engineer or end User. There is also an extremely useful
summary report which summarizes the Test Type and Sample Details, the
Initial Conditions, summaries of the Test Stages, descriptions of the
Test, Client and Site and also signatory boxes for Quality Control
purposes. All reports can be printed, saved as a PDF file or exported to
Word or Excel. The industry standard reports available are:
· Saturation: B vs. Cell Pressure
· Saturation: B vs. Pore Pressure
· Consolidation: Volume Change
· Consolidation: Pore Pressure
· Shear: Stress vs. Strain
· Shear: Mohr Circles
· Shear: Combined Path and Mohr Graph
· Shear: Stress Path