Rocscience had a busy 2023, with a new program RocSlope, and a plethora of new features for their other products. Check out this video summary that also includes a few teasers about 2024!
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 […]
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! […]
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 […]