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SHAKE2000 A Computer Program for the 1-D Analysis of Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Problems SHAKE2000 is a Windows based, user-friendly

computer program that will help geotechnical earthquake engineers and researchers with the analysis of site-specific response and the evaluation of earthquake effects on soil deposits. SHAKE2000 is a software package that integrates ShakEdit and SHAKE. ShakEdit was originally developed as a Windows application that provided a graphical interface for SHAKE. It was originally conceived as an aid to the user in the creation of the input file and the graphical display of the programs numeric output. SHAKE was developed at the University of California, Berkeley, by H. Bolton Seed, John Lysmer and Per B. Schnabel. SHAKE computes the response in a system of homogeneous, visco-elastic layers of infinite horizontal extent subjected to vertically travelling shear waves. For more detailed information about SHAKE2000, please go to the Specifics page of this website. The development process of SHAKE2000 is ongoing. The program is continuously updated/upgraded based on input from users and developments in geotechnical earthquake engineering practice. Free updates of the program can be downloaded from out Update web page. The program was developed to work under Windows. Based on information from several users, the program works under Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP Home, XP Pro and Vista with no problems. Also, the program was not developed to work as a networked application, thus it should not be installed on a server. The program requires a USB Hardware Key to work. This key is provided with the software package. Free technical Support for registered users can be obtained by sending us an e-mail . Please, give as much information as you can about your inquiry. It is also very helpful if you could attach your input files. We'll try to get back to you ASAP. Please note that this computer program is not intended as a teaching tool for 1-D dynamic analysis, i.e. it is assumed that the user is familiar with the theoretical background of the analytical tools included with SHAKE2000. If you would like to receive more information about SHAKE2000, or have specific questions, please send us an e-mail . For current prices, please visit our Order web page. Our offices are located in the City of Lacey, Washington State, United States of America [GMT(08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)]. This page was last updated on . Order Programs SHAKE2000: The cost of a one-user license of SHAKE2000 for USA orders is $450.00 (four hundred fifty US dollars) ; and for international orders is $475.00 (four hundred seventy five US dollars). Shipping and handling costs are included in the above prices. When you are ready to order SHAKE2000 or if you need more information, please click on the button below. We accept credit card orders, purchase orders, or you may pay with a check in US dollars. You can order online (via secure server), by fax, by telephone (toll free in the USA only), or by mail through our distributor RegSoft.com, which offers 24-hour service, 7-days a week. Volume discounts are shown on the order page. We ship via FedEx 2nd day for the USA. For USA orders, a USB Hardware Key, a printed copy of the quick tutorial and the software CD are included in the package. For international orders we may ship via FedEx International Economy, UPS, or United States Postal Service. For international orders, the software package includes the USB Hardware Key and the software CD. Orders from European Union countries may need to pay VAT tax. Please note that for international orders you may also need to pay additional taxes at your customs office; and, you may also need to retrieve the package personally. These are beyond our control. To place an International Order, please click the icon below: RspMatchEDT: This program is offered to current users of the USB Hardware Key versions of SHAKE2000 and D-MOD2000; or, it can be ordered at the same time you place an order for

SHAKE2000. The cost of one license is $175.00 US dollars. To order RspMatchEDT please send us an e-mail. If you are a current user of the USB Hardware Key version, please include your key number. We will send you a link to a secure web page that can be used to place your order. After receiving confirmation that your order has been approved, we will send you a link to download the software, and a program to enable use of RspMatchEDT with the USB Hardware Key. GeoMotions Software Suite: We have partnered with GeoMotions, LLC to offer a suite of our computer programs at a reduced price. This suite includes one license each of SHAKE2000, DMOD2000 and RspMatchEDT. For more information or to place and order, please click here. For educational institutions, a 25% discount can be offered for one license of the program. Please contact us using your institution's e-mail address to provide you with a link to the custom order page that will show the discounted price. If you are a professor and would like to use the programs in your classes or research and would like to get more than one copy of the software, please contact us for additional information on special licensing prices for educational institutions. If you have any questions about our software, or questions about special orders, please contact us by email. Software Applications for Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering GeoMotions is a limited liability corporation established to promote nonlinear effective-stress analysis in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering. Our immediate goal is to make our flagship program, D-MOD2000, a user-friendly nonlinear effective-stress code for which generic sets of material parameters have been developed, available to the broader engineering community at a nominal fee. Our long term goals include continuous update of our programs D-MOD2000, SHAKE2000 and RspMatchEDT; and, sharing our experience and knowledge with the engineering and academic communities. We will be offering a short course on Seismic Site Response Analysis with GeoMotions Suite on June 9, 2011 at GeoHunan International Conference II.