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RocNews August'20: New features in RS2, online course on RSPile and a lot more.


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Using Rocscience Tools to Implement Deep Foundation Resistance while performing Slope Stability Analysis

This year at the Deep Foundation Institute's S3 conference, a Slope Stability challenge that involved two landslides was presented to the Software Discussion Panel. The Rocscience Team performed a comprehensive analysis using both Limit Equilibrium and Finite Element Method.

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The Latest from Rocscience

LATEST RELEASE


RS2: More features added for accurate Groundwater &
Seepage Analysis

When performing a seepage analysis, soil permeability plays a critical part. Users can now add Anisotropic surfaces to their models with just a few clicks of the mouse. 
 

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Understanding Pile behavior based on various soil parameters

RSPile is used extensively for both research and parametric study; helps to optimize the design length based on pile rigidity and soil stiffness, leading to significant cost savings.
 

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Upcoming Webinars & Courses

SEPTEMBER 23, 2020

Webinar: Braced Excavations & Foundation Analysis

SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 20, 2020

Online Course: Pile
Analysis

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To bring you virtual seminars on varied topics of Geotechnical Engineering, we've partnered with TVSeminars. Sign up for the upcoming seminars on 28th August 2020 by click here

RocFact:

Learn from the leading expert in rock mechanics: Dr. Evert Hoek. Rocscience hosts his exclusive online reference library in Hoek’s Corner which includes books, research papers, and a video lecture series

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