Webinar Invitation: Exploring the New PANDA DCP WebSprint Module for Liquefaction Risk Estimation

Nov 27, 2023 | Insitutek, Soil & Site Investigation

We are excited to introduce the addition of a new Liquefaction Risk Estimation module in WebSprint©. Paired with our cutting-edge products, PANDA® and GRIZZLY®, this module enables you to assess the liquefaction risk of soils exposed to seismic stress.

PANDA® Instrumented DCP: This cutting-edge tool provides dynamic penetrometer soundings, delivering precise data crucial for seismic risk evaluations.

GRIZZLY® Dynamic Probing Super Heavy: Unleash the power of GRIZZLY®, a dynamic probing tool used to measure the in-situ strength of fine- grained and granular subgrades, base and sub base materials, and weakly cemented materials.

The Liquefaction Risk Estimation module can also be used with our Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) equipment from A.P. van den Berg.

With this WebSprint© module, you can:

  1. Tailor the module to your project’s specific needs by inputting geographical, seismic, geological, and project planning data.
  2. Analyse data from PANDA®GRIZZLY®, CPT(u), and SPT to generate accurate results.
  3. Benefit from the support of EUROCODE 8 for seismicity analysis, along with various calculation methods such as NCEER.
  4. Determine the safety factor to ensure the stability of your project in seismic conditions.
  5. Calculate settlements of saturated soils post-liquefaction using different methods.
  6. Evaluate the LPI to gauge the likelihood of liquefaction occurrence.
  7. Generate a detailed test report encompassing input data, calculation assumptions, and graphical representations of analysis results.
To help you get acquainted with the WebSprint© module, we invite you to join our upcoming webinar. This session will provide an in-depth exploration of the module’s functionalities, practical demonstrations, and a Q&A session for any inquiries you may have.


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Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your liquefaction risk analysis capabilities with the powerful tools offered by the WebSprint© module. We look forward to your participation and value the opportunity to share this innovative solution with you.

We have been very happy with the support from Insitutek. They are knowledgeable and have been super responsive and flexible to our needs.

Federico Velasquez

Senior Geotechnical Engineer, CMW GeoSciences

The PANDA probe is giving us and the construction team very useful insight with immediate feedback on the compaction being achieved on a major new rail construction project in QLD. We have two teams working daily using PANDA DCP’s and the Automatic Hammer on the rail formation, enabling real time decision making with confidence, based on the highly repeatable results.

Federico Velasquez

Senior Geotechnical Engineer, CMW GeoSciences

I felt the training was very thorough. If anyone doesn’t know how to use a PANDA after that session, they shouldn’t be using one at all.

Sam Bamford

Laboratory Division Manager, Protest Engineering

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