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Feedback: Soil friction HDD
26-05-2018, 10:32 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-06-2018, 07:49 PM by shaswin.)
Feedback: Soil friction HDD
In the change logs of version 4.4.2 (July 2017) it is said in the Soil Wizard that, if installation method is a HDD, soil friction is set to zero.

Normal soil friction is taken into account when the HDD is not new (existing HDD). Setting the soil friction hard to zero in this case is not correct. The weak bentonite soil has been hardened. Give the user a choice in the Soil Wizard to apply a Zero soil friction or Normal soil friction if the installation method is a HDD.
19-06-2018, 11:35 AM,
RE: Feedback: Soil friction HDD
Actually, the user already has a choice: If the "installation method" is HDD, then the soil friction is set to zero. If the installation method is different, it is calcualted as "normal".

So just by changeing the installation method the requested functionality is already available.
19-06-2018, 12:07 PM,
RE: Feedback: Soil friction HDD
It is not the right method to do it I think, because choosing another installation method implicates different soil parameters, because the trench width is different.

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