Seepage News

  • President`s Fiscal 2013 Budget for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers` Civil Works Released

     The President's Budget for fiscal year 2013 (FY13) includes $4.731 billion in discretionary funding for the Civil Works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). The Honorable Jo-Ellen Darcy, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, said, "The fiscal 2013 Civil Works budget for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reflects the Administration's priorities through targeted ...

    By US Army Corps of Engineers

  • Phase2 8.0 - advanced finite element analysis for excavations and slopes

    Rocscience is pleased to announce the release of Phase2 version 8.0, an advanced finite element analysis program for underground or surface excavations in rock or soil. Phase2 is used for a wide range of geotechnical engineering projects including stress analysis, slope stability, support design and groundwater seepage. Typical applications include tunnel design, soil and rock slope stability, ...

    By Rocscience Inc.

  • SVSlope continued development

    SVSlope Continued Development Work has continued over the past number of months on SVSlope and the ease-of-use of the software continues to improve. We would like to extend thanks to the number of firms that have helped us refine SVSlope on real world projects. We also continue to welcome new firms to explore the benefits of the most technically advanced slope stability software currently ...

    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • Slide 6.0 - advanced slope stability and groundwater seepage analysis

    Rocscience is pleased to announce the release of Slide version 6.0, the most comprehensive slope stability analysis software available, complete with finite element groundwater seepage analysis, rapid drawdown, sensitivity / probabilistic analysis and support design. All types of soil and rock slopes, embankments, earth dams and retaining walls can be analyzed. Slide 6.0 is the only slope ...

    By Rocscience Inc.

  • 3D levee intersection analysis

    Levee analysis is becoming an increasingly important topic as the infrastructure ages. Many sections are in need of re-engineering improvements as consideration is given to their replacement. Concepts utilized in their original design are being re-examined. Many of these structures were designed 20 to 50 years ago, and the tools utilized in such analysis have changed significantly. Our ...

    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • Spatial variability in a waste rock pile

    One particularly interesting aspect of numerical modeling is accounting for spatial variability in an individual material property. In the numerical modeling of any subsurface model the aspect of spatial variability of material properties is often a concern. In general, quantifying sources of uncertainty has always been challenging. The list of potential aspects of introducing uncertainty into a ...

    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

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