Commendations for Repute
"...using REPUTE (hyperbolic model) was the most appropriate approach for the given structures and ground conditions, due to its versatility and ease of use"
Batilas et al. (2021), Design methodology for bridge abutment pile group foundations – a case study, in press
"Perhaps the most sophisticated analysis and design software for pile groups is REPUTE (Geocentrix 2017) ... based on the calculation algorithm PGROUPn (Basile 2003)"
Randolph and Reul (2019), Practical approaches for design of pile groups and piled rafts. 4th Bolivian International Conference on Deep FoundationsPractical approaches for design of pile groups and piled rafts
"For pile groups subject to large horizontal/moment loads, non-linear stress-strain models (such as the hyperbolic model in software such as REPUTE) are likely to be the most appropriate"
Tony O’Brien (2019), From Minor to Major – The Evolution of Deep Foundations for Transportation Projects, 4th Bolivian International Conference on Deep Foundations
"The most effective means of carrying out a Category 3 analysis is to employ a pile group analysis program that considers non-linear pile-soil response and pile-soil-pile interaction, and is capable of handling all six components of loading simultaneously, e.g. the commercially available programs REPUTE or GROUP8."
Harry Poulos (2017), Tall Building Foundation Design, Taylor & Francis, p128
"Does what is required simply and easily"
"Very similar to ReWaRD - easy to use"
"Logical sequence to building model, analysis, and reporting"
"Easy to use compared to previous software of this type (e.g. Piglet/PC-MPile)"
"Soil non-linearity is a significant improvement"
"Output is clear and graphical output is helpful"
"Very easy to get an analysis entered and run"
"The program is very easy to use and ... quick to learn"
"Nice graphical on-screen inputing of problems"
"Repute is a very good program"
"It considers all main features for pile design in a single [program]"
"[I like the] incorporation of non-linear analysis with ensuing analysis/results benefits"