Rocscience has a suite of geotechnical software packages that are commonly used for slope stability analysis. At a Deep Foundations Institute virtual conference in August of 2020, a team from Rocscience participated in a panel discussion on analyzing deep foundation resistance in slope stability analysis. It’s not clear if the Rocscience team prepared a demonstration during the conference, or wrote about it after for their website, but the website article is very informative and gives you a very nice window into the various 2D, 3D, limit equilibrium, and finite element methods of analyzing a pile stabilized slope. The programs discussed in the article are Slide2, RSPile, RS2, Slide3, and RS3 with Slide2 being the basis of the analysis as a conventional 2D limit equilibrium slope stability program. It’s a good, short read and something very practical to understand the various methods of slope stability analysis that are currently in practice.
Rocscience hosted a webinar earlier this month on their Dips Stereonet Software. Miss Angela Li from Rocscience explained and demonstrated the latest features and applications of Dips while Dr. Trevor Carter from TGC GeoSolutions demonstrated […]
2019 Osterberg Lecture by Samuel Paikowsky: Capacity Testing of Deep Foundations Successes and Pitfalls
Samuel Paikowsky, Ph.D., Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and president of GeoDynamica Inc. delivered the 2019 DFI Osterberg Memorial Lecture at SuperPile ’19 in Seattle, May 2019. The title of […]