PleEdu4Win 4.4.2 released
On September 20, 2017 a new version of the educational PleEdu4Win has been released. With this release, the freely available trial version is up-to-spec with the professional version Ple4Win. If you want to get a feeling for what the Ple4Win program can do, feel free to download and try this educational version.
For more information, see the announcement on the Ple4Win website.
Ple4Win 4.4.2 released
On July 24, 2017 a new version of Ple4Win has been released. This version is a minor release focusing on improvements of data entry and data visualisation. It also contains bug fixes and a number of other improvements and modifications.
For more information, see the newsletter about version 4.4.2. A detailed list of all bugs fixed, minor improvements and changes can be found here.
Two new colleagues have joined r+k
Starting January 2, 2017, two new colleagues have joined our team at r+k.
Lester Houtenbos (MSc Offshore Engineering) joined our Ple4Win software team,
Bram Kooiman (BSc Civil Engineering) will support both our Ple4Win software team and our Pipeline and piping integrity team.
50 years Ple4Win anniversary
On October 1, 2015, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of Ple4Win, more specifically that 50 years ago the necessity arose to calculate the behaviour of buried pipelines in soft soils. Since then, we have been analysing the behaviour of pipelines, modelling the pipe-soil interaction and developing specialised computer programs to do those calculations.
For more information about the anniversary, see the Ple4Win website.