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Slope Stability

This software is used to perform slope stability analysis (embankments, earth cuts, anchored retaining structures, MSE walls, etc.). The slip surface is considered as circular (Bishop, Fellenius/Petterson, Janbu, Morgenstern-Price or Spencer methods) or polygonal (Sarma, Janbu, Morgenstern-Price or Spencer methods). 

Slope Stability - Water Flow is an extension module for the determination of the pore pressures in the slope by using the steady state or transient groundwater seepage analysis.


  • Verification analysis can be performed employing EN 1997-1, or classical approach (limit states, factor of safety)

  • EN 1997 – option to choose partial factors based on National Annexes

  • EN 1997 – option to choose all design approaches, consider design situations

  • Simple input of layer geometry

  • Build-in database of soils and rocks

  • Fast and reliable optimization of circular and polygonal slip surfaces

  • Arbitrary number of surcharges (strip, trapezoidal, concentrated loading)

  • Arbitrary number of anchors

  • Presence of water modelled through ground water table or using pore pressure isolines

  • Rapid draw down analysis, tensile cracks

  • Handles successive construction of slopes within one analysis task

  • Simple modelling of rigid bodies

  • Earthquake effects

  • Analyses methods - Bishop, Fellenius/Petterson, Spencer, Morgenstern-Price, Sarma, Janbu, Shahunyanc, ITFM (Chinese standards)

  • Output of slip surfaces computed during optimisation

  • Optimization of a circular slip surface according to the mesh grid

  • Handles foliation of soils

  • Geo-reinforcement may be included

  • Analysis in effective and total parameters of soils

  • Arbitrary number of analyses within one stage of construction

  • Restrictions on the slip surface optimization may be defined

  • Analysis according to the theory of limit states and safety factor

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