CPT Tool - Correlations

CPT Tool

The most user-definable Cone Penetration Testing software available.

Work without limits as you define which types of soil data to present in log, fence, cross-section and graph reports.

  • Define correlation formulas and reports
  • 200+ Preconfigured correlations and derivations
  • 600+ customisable log, fence/cross-section and graph reports

CPT Tool places advanced reporting directly in the hands of geotechnical engineers with code-free report definition and an array of formula configurations, analysis and report options unmatched in cone penetration testing.

Speed up soil data interpretation with rich-data visualisation in any situation, adapting reporting output to changing requirements and conditions across projects.

CPT Tool - Correlations

  • More than 100 preconfigured correlations included
  • Users can edit and create formulas

Preconfigured correlations FenceLegend

  • Relative Density Index, Dr
  • Undrained shear Strength, su
  • SPT N60 and stepped average
  • Shear wave velocity, Vs
  • Unit Weight, γ
  • Small strain shear modulus, G0
  • Young's modulus, E
  • Constrained Modulus, M
  • Compression Index, Cc
  • Coefficient of volume, mv
  • Preconsolidation stress, σp'
  • Over consolidation ratio, OCR
  • Friction angle, φ'
  • Effective cohesion, c'
  • Sensitivity, St
  • Coefficient of lateral earth pressure, K0
  • Rigidity index, Ir
  • Hydraulic conductivity (permeability), K
  • State parameter, Ψ
  • Fines Content, FC

User Definable Correlation Formulas

The Datgel Formula Tool is the first way for a user to write a formula in gINT without writing complex VBA code.  Simply define the referenced fields, and write your correlation formula in a standard formula syntax. 

  • Reference any related field in the database
  • Built in mathematical and statistical functions
  • Define result format, i.e. decimal places or significant figures
  • Results may be numbers or string/text
  • Store your common formulas in the library, and project specific formulas in the project