Triax Solver is a program for reading triaxial data and
interpreting Young’s Modulus and Poisson’s Ratio. The program
interacts with a database where all the tests along with the results
and other information are being stored.
Triax Solver main window presents information about a test
including a graphical presentation of the time series.
Users can save their working environment to a login username. The
working environment includes working directory and selections of
colors and units. There are several options for units on numeric
Import time series from a text file by specifying columns and
units for time, deformation, and stress, as well as in which line
the program will find confining pressure. The user can also copy
other information from the import file.
The program presents a preview before printing and the user may
choose between two different printouts; Triax Graph and Triax
The graphical presentation shows the stress vs. strain graph in a
coordinate system where the user can interpret
Axial Stress at
user can zoom in and out and select between graph styles and sizes.
Axial Stress at failure and Residual Stress are set either by
built-in functions or by the user marking directly on the graph.
Young’s Modulus and Poisson’s Ratio are set either by the
built-in 40-60% function or by the user marking the region to
Triax Solver interacts with a database and a database interface
where the data can be stored. The database offers an easy way to
store data and to review data later. The interface makes it easy to
search among all tests and make a list of those of interest.
Selecting a test will open this test in Triax Solver. The results
from the database will be accessible through a previous and a next