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Discrete Joint Surfaces

Discrete Joint Surfaces can be modeled in RocSlope. These are surfaces have exactly known Orientation, Location, and Shape. They can come from measured data (e.g., joint mapping of a fault structure) or be synthetically generated (e.g., discrete fracture network).

Any single planar structure, collection of planar structures, or surfaces can be set as a Joint Surface using the Add Joint Surface option.

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