Slope Stability Analysis Software

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Unit Gradient Method

Find the ultimate transmissivity when the impingement rate is considered to be equal to the permeability of the overlying soil. The Unit Gradient Method is particularly recommended for designing landfill cover drainage.   Visit Tenax SpA website.

TSTAB

2D slope stability analyses of circular slip surfaces using Simplified Bishop or Spencer methods. Includes a search for the critical circular slip surface. Allows applications of line loads and pressures for modelling external loads.   Visit TagaSoft, Inc. website.

TSLOPE3

3D slope stability analyses of arbitrary slip surfaces using the LA County method which is similar to the Simplified Janbu method.   Visit TagaSoft, Inc. website.

TSLOPE

2D slope stability analyses of noncircular slip surfaces using Spencer or Morgenstern and Price methods. Provides for pseudo-static analyses and automatic searches for the critical seismic coefficient.   Visit TagaSoft, Inc. website.

TNMN

Seismic deformation analyses of slopes or retaining walls using the Newmark method, computing the displacement of a potential sliding mass.   Visit TagaSoft, Inc. website.

TINKER

Utility program for manipulating earthquake acceleration histories. Baseline correction, Fourier amplitude modifications.   Visit TagaSoft, Inc. website.

TESS

This program is designed for seismic deformation analyses of slopes or retaining walls using the Newmark method.   Visit TagaSoft, Inc. website.

TCON

3D slope stability analyses of arbitrary slip surfaces using the LA County method which is similar to the Simplified Janbu method. Here the factor of safety is calculated simply as the sum of the resisting forces divided by the sum of the driving forces.   Visit TagaSoft, Inc. website.

Slide

Slide is a 2-D slope stability analysis program that combines an attractive, easy to use CAD based graphical interface with a wide range of modeling and data interpretation options. Slide version 3.0 calculates safety factors for circular and non-circular slope failure surfaces, based on a number of widely used limit equilibrium techniques including Bishop, Janbu, [...]

STABLE

STABLE smoothly integrates three popular methods of slope stability analysis into a single easy-to-use system: Bishop Slip Circle Analysis; Morgenstern & Price Non-Circular Analysis; Sarma Rigorous Non-Circular Analysis.   Visit MZ Associates website.

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