SRWall Data Files

SRWall Data Files for Miragrid® XT Geogrids.


The files below are in Zipped format for Win 95/98/NT with the exception of NCMA SRWall, which is a self-extracting archive.

NCMA SRWall (ver 2.1) Datafiles for Miragrid® XT Products

SRWall (ver 2.1) is a computer program created by NCMA (National Concrete Masonry Association) to perform engineering design calculations associated with Segmental Retaining Walls.  SRWall (ver 2.1) executes the standardized design methodology described in the "Second Edition Design Manual for Segmental Retaining Walls" as developed by the NCMA.  These data files are only operational when used in conjunction with the SRWall computer program.  For more information on the SRWall program contact NCMA at http://www.ncma.org/. 

ALLAN BLOCK

AB12 3XT  5XT  8XT
AB12 5XT  8XT  10XT

ANCHOR WALL SYSTEMS


Diamond 2XT  3XT  5XT
Diamond 3XT  5XT  8XT
Highland     2XT  3XT  5XT
Diamond Pro 3XT  5XT  8XT
Vertica 3XT  5XT  8XT
Vertica 5XT  8XT  10XT
Vertica Pro 3XT  5XT  8XT
Vertica Pro 5XT  8XT  10XT

KEYSTONE RETAINING WALL SYSTEMS

Country Manor 2XT  3XT
Keystone Compac 2XT  3XT  5XT
Keystone Compac 5XT  8XT  10XT
Keystone Compac II 2XT  3XT  5XT
Keystone Compac II 7XT  8XT  10XT
Keystone Standard 3XT  5XT  8XT
Keystone Standard 5XT  8XT  10XT

VERSA-LOK


Standard 3XT  5XT  8XT
Standard 5XT  8XT  10XT
Square Foot 3XT  5XT  8XT

STONEWALL SELECT

Select 16 3XT  5XT  8XT
Select 18 3XT  5XT  8XT

ROCKWOOD


Classic 3XT  5XT  8XT
Legend 3XT  5XT  8XT



NCMA SRWall (Latest Version 4.0) Datafiles for Miragrid® XT Products
SRWall (ver 4.0) is a computer program created by NCMA (National Concrete Masonry Association) to perform engineering design calculations associated with Segmental Retaining Walls.  SRWall (ver 4.0) executes the standardized design methodology described in the "Second Edition Design Manual for Segmental Retaining Walls" as developed by the NCMA.  These data files are only operational when used in conjunction with the SRWall computer program.  For more information on the SRWall program contact NCMA at http://www.ncma.org/.

 
 
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