Software for the analysis of stratified slope stability using limit equilibrium methods, with automatic searching of the critical slip surface. Enables to account for the optional insertion of...
The GEO5 suite of programs is designed to solve various geotechnical problems from foundation and wall design to stability and settlement analyses. The easy -to -use suite consists of individual...
|450 to 11500 (Varies depending on included programs)|
Modelling of various geotechnical problems by the Finite Element Method.
|GEO5 MSE wall||
The program MSE Wall is used to verify mechanically stabilized earth walls and segmental retaining walls reinforced by geogrids.
|GEO5 Package Educational||
Fine offers software only at minimal price to cover program administration and maintenance. The price of 10 seats in the network within Educational licence is 900EUR. This price consists of the HW...
|Euro (Depends on number of seats)|
|GEO5 Sheeting Check||
The program is used for the analysis of shallow and deep excavations and retaining structures (anchored, non-anchored cantilever and prop or strut walls) by the method of elastoplastic nonlinear...
|GEO5 Sheeting Design||
Sheeting Design – Design and analysis of sheet piles and other retaining wall types.
Suite of applications for geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. Includes the following products: (1) SLOPE/W for slope stability analysis; (2) SEEP/W for groundwater seepage analysis; (3...
|US Dollar 995 to 11995 (Pricing depends on configuration)|
Geotechnical software for calculation of (1) allowable bearing capacity of shallow foundations; (2) pressuremeter test analysis; (3) plate loading test; (4) soil liquefaction analysis; (5) lateral...
Computer program for analysing the stability of slopes. The program is also applicable to earth pressure and bearing capacity problems. Optional facilities are available for the analysis and...
|Slope Stability (Fine)||
The slope stability problem is solved in a two dimensional environment. The slip surface can be modeled in two different ways - the circular one (Bishop or Petterson method), or the polygonal one...