2D limit equilibrium slope stability analysis software refers to specialised computer programs designed to assess the stability of slopes in mining geotechnics. The software typically incorporates sophisticated algorithms and numerical techniques to calculate factors of safety (FOS) and identify potential failure mechanisms in the slope. It takes into account factors such as slope geometry, soil properties, groundwater conditions, and external loads or forces acting on the slope. By performing complex calculations and simulations, the software helps determine the critical failure surface and assess the stability of the slope under different loading and environmental conditions. Furthermore, 2D limit equilibrium slope stability analysis software often provides visualization tools to display the slope geometry, failure surfaces, and factor of safety contours. This allows users to gain a better understanding of the stability analysis results and aids in making informed decisions regardin
Slide2, developed by Rocscience, is a 2D limit equilibrium slope stability program for evaluating the safety factor or probability of failure, of circular or non-circular failure surfaces in soil or rock slopes. Slide2 analyses the stability of slip surfaces using vertical slice or non-vertical slice limit equilibrium methods. Slide2 also includes finite element groundwater seepage analysis built right into the program, for both steady state and transient conditions.
SLOPE/W, developed by Seequent (formerly Geo-Studio), is one of the leading slope stability software for soil and rock slopes, analysing both simple and complex problems for a variety of slip surface shapes, pore-water pressure conditions, soil properties, and loading conditions. SLOPE3D expands on the capabilities of SLOPE/W and offers a practical yet sophisticated approach for capturing 3D slope failure mechanisms.
With this comprehensive range of features, SLOPE/W and SLOPE3D can be used to analyze almost any slope stability problem you will encounter in your geotechnical, civil, and mining engineering projects.
GALENA, developed by Clover Technology, is a powerful, comprehensive and easy-to-use slope stability analysis system developed by geotechnical engineers for geotechnical, mining and civil engineers who want to solve geotechnical problems quickly and easily.
GALENA is one of the world’s leading slope stability analysis packages - now used in 74 countries, in some of the world’s largest mining operations.
Guidelines for Open Pit Slope Design (Editors: John Read and Peter Stacey) is an outcome of the Large Open Pit (LOP) Project, an international research and technology transfer project on the stability of rock slopes in open pit mines. The purpose of the book is to link innovative mining geomechanics research with best practice.