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Slope Properties

If you are performing a Probabilistic analysis with SWedge, the following slope properties can be defined as random variables:

  • Slope Face orientation (dip and dip direction)
  • Upper Face orientation (dip and dip direction)

To define the slope plane orientations as random variables:

  1. Select Input Data and select the Slope or Upper Face tab.
  2. Select a statistical distribution for the Dip and/or Dip Direction.
  3. Enter the mean orientation values and statistical parameters.

Constant Slope Properties

The following slope parameters CANNOT be defined as random variables for a Probabilistic analysis (i.e. only a single constant value can be defined for each parameter, for a given probabilistic simulation):

However, it is worth noting that the Slope Height, Rock Unit Weight, Bench Width and Slope Length can be defined as variables for a Sensitivity Analysis, if the Analysis Type = Deterministic.

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