Slope stability analysis
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Slope provides an easy and accurate way to study a slip surface to find factors of safety against failure, and to check the improvements from reinforcement. It performs two-dimensional slope stability analysis using the method of slices and presents the results in a clear graphical format. You can also apply partial factors, including EC7, with ease.
As an everyday engineering tool, Slope software is quick and easy to use for a wide range of slope stability problems.Download Product Sheet
Input: Wizards enable you to quickly input your slope data. You can also import stratigraphy data from DXF files to accurately represent your slope.
Analysis: Choose from Bishops method for circular slips and Janbu for non-circular. In both methods the inclination of the interslice forces can be horizontal, constant inclined or variably inclined.
The software program uses established methods to ensure the forces and/or moments acting on each slice are in equilibrium. Partial factors can be applied by the user and Eurocode 7 and British Standard partial factors have been incorporated into the program.
This essential slope software analyses reinforcing elements such as soil nails, rock bolts, ground anchors and geotextiles to BS8006/BS8081. You can specify water pressure, material shear strength, surface loads and horizontal ground acceleration. Slope checks a range of slip circles and gives you the option to force slips through a point or keep them tangential to a strata.
Output: Full exportable tabular and graphical outputs are available.
$376.35 – $3,763.50
Slope is the perfect choice for two-dimensional slope stability analysis – quick and easy to use for a wide range of slope stability problems. Analyse reinforcing elements including soil nails, rock bolts, ground anchors and geotextiles.
Standalone Licences are locked to an individual machine but transferrable by the user to another machine. Ideal for single users.
Network Floating Licences can be activated on any number of machines, however you can only concurrently use the number of licences that you have purchased. Ideal for users requiring more flexibility or when working as part of a team.
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