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NovoSPT is a software for analyzing Standard Penetration Test (SPT/ DCPT) blow counts and correlating N with soil engineering properties. Totally more than 170 formulas are implemented into NovoSPT from 50 papers and reference books
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January 3, 2010
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NovoSPT is designed for analyzing Standard Penetration Test (SPT/ DCPT) blow counts and correlating N values to soil engineering properties. The following features are incorporated: correction factors including depth, rod length, etc., Consistency classification for all soil types, Liquefactions potential and many other soil correlations such as friction angle, Es, Vs, Gmax, Dr, fs, Qall, Settlement, etc., Save, Load, Graphs and reports
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