Geotechnical Correlations Software (NovoFORMULA)

NovoFORMULA is used to estimate unknown soil parameters based on known parameters.

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The only geotechnical software for correlation between soil parameters!


This software is used for correlation / estimation of soil properties. Many correlations and formulas are developed by geo-scientists in order to estimate one soil parameter based on a series of known parameters. For example if you need to estimate consolidation compression index (Cc), instead of searching through several reference books, just run NovoFORMULA and find the recommended Cc values based on several equations available in its database (more than 140 equations).

In NovoFORMULA, all formulas along with any comments associated with the formula is provided to the user. You can save the equation as image file or print the correlated values.

In addition, NovoFORMULA’s report builder summarizes all available correlations for selected soil parameter in a PDF file. Using this geotechnical software would save your time and increase the accuracy of your analysis.

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The 140 correlations incorporated into NovoFORMULA database cover the relationship between the following soil parameters:

Coefficient of Curvature (Sieve Test)
Uniformity Coefficient (Sieve Test)
Consolidation Compression Index
Consolidation Recompression Index
Coefficient of Consolidation
Undrained Shear Strength
Clay Activity
Swelling Potential
Relative Density
Modulus of Elasticity of Soil
Resilient Modulus of Soil
Modulus of Deformation of Rock
Friction Angle
Shear Wave Velocity
Shear Modulus
Constrained Modulus
Liquid Limit
Plastic Limit
Plastic Index
Porosity
Coefficient of Compressibility
Coeff. of Active Earth Pressure
Coeff. of Passive Earth Pressure
Coeff. of At-rest Earth Pressure
Dilatometer Parameter
Rock Mass Rating
Time Factor-Consolidation
Liquid Index
Moisture Content
Poisson Ratio
Void Ratio
Specific Gravity
Saturated Unit Weight
Dry Unit Weight
Wet Unit Weight
Percent fine-grained (clay & silt)
Percent clay
Over-consolidation Ratio (OCR)
At Rest Earth Pressure Coeff.
Total Overburden Stress
Effective Overburden Stress
Coefficient of Permeability
Effective Particle Diameter
Mean Particle Diameter
Modulus of Subgrade Reaction
Subgrade CBR
Base Course CBR
Pre-consolidation Stress
Degree of Saturation