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The "Settings" frame allows us to introduce the basic settings, such as standards and theories of analysis, the way of proving the safety of a structure, and individual coefficients of the analysis.

The programs not only contain the pre-defined basic Settings for individual countries, but also allow the user to create user-defined Settings, which can be subsequently used in all GEO5 programs.

The "Select" button allows us to choose an already created setting from the "Settings list".

The "Settings Administrator" button opens the "Administrator" dialog window, which allows for viewing and modifying individual Setting. It is also possible to identify the visible settings in the Settings list. Data in the Settings administrator can also be exported and imported.

The "Add to the administrator" button allows us to create user-defined Settings, which are subsequently added to the Settings administrator.

The "Modify" button enables a quick visualization and editing of the current Setting in the opened program. Modifying any of the parameters changes the title to "Input for the current task". Individual analyses are then performed with this local setting. Should we consider this setting as suitable also for other tasks, we add the setting into the "Settings administrator" by pressing the "Add to the administrator" button.

The "Input for the current task" setting is usually created when importing older data.

Settings of analysis parameters are performed in the "Materials and standards" and the "Pressure Analysis" tabs.

When performing analysis according to EN 1997 or according to the theory of limit states, the program enables to set whether to reduce the soil parameters for the calculation of limit pressures. For correct modeling of a real behavior of the structure, we recommend not reducing them.

The frame allows the user to specify the subdivision of a wall into finite elements (by default, the number of elements equals 100) and specify whether the structure is loaded by the minimum dimensioning pressure.

When calculating the pull-out resistance of anchor, bond strength can be inserted as a soil parameter.

Frame "Settings"

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