The Generalized Anisotropic strength type in Slide2 and Slide3 is the most flexible way to model anisotropic materials. Everything is in the user’s hands. Anisotropy Definition You can specify the direction of anisotropy either using an angle (dip and […]
Slide3 has the most advanced searching capabilities for identifying slip surfaces out of any 3D limit equilibrium program, and it’s only getting better with the upcoming release. Introducing the New Spline Search Surface The search process […]
Geotechnical engineers know that setting up a 2d or 3d model in programs such as Slide2 or Settle3 is one of the most time consuming parts. In this article by GeoPrac sponsor, Rocscience, find out how easy it is to use RSLog to generate these sections and models from your subsurface data! […]
Determining the accuracy of slope stability analysis has been a primary subject of interest in the geotechnical field for several decades now. Taking preventative measures against slope failure is crucial to minimize casualties and damage […]
Nate Hekman discusses transient stability analyses with SLOPE/W 2007. At the end of the article, he refers the reader to a downloadable example problem for a rapid drawdown condition in both PDF and GSZ (GeoStudio 2007) format.