Labbie, database for the Civil Engineering Soils Testing Laboratory

By: Software Africa  06-26-2009
Keywords: civil eng lab software, civil engineering laboratory software, soils test software,

Does your Lab do the following popular South African Soils Tests?

Sieve Analysis to TMH1 Method A1, Mechanical analysis to TMH1 Method A5, Hydrometer Analysis to ASTM standard D422, Atterberg Limits to TMH1 Methods A2, A3, A4 (Liquid Limit, Plasticity Index, Linear Shrinkage), Maximum Dry Density (MOD) and Optimum Moisture Content (OMC) to TMH1 Method A7, California Bearing Ratio (CBR) to TMH1 Method A8, Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS) and Field tests.
 
Do you classify soils according to: Potential Expansiveness AASHTO Classification (Group Index), Unified Classification, TRH14 Classification (1985), and/or COLTO Type of Material (1998)?
 
If you answered yes to several of the above, then Labbie, the faithful Data Retriever, is what you need for your Civil Engineering Lab! Labbie has been successfully processing concrete test cubes for well over a year at two major Gauteng laboratories. We now have, on First Release, the additional features for the most popular soils tests and classifications including all those above.

There is also a facility for "Generic" tests, where you describe numeric and text results for any test on any material, and the program then stores and prints these (it does no calculations on Generic tests).

Labbie will process your results and get them billed in record time, improving your bottom line!

Keywords: civil eng lab software, civil engineering laboratory software, soils test software,