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Slope Stability (soil)

Visual Slope
Slope stability software that uses convenient drawing procedures similar to AutoCAD to
help users establish input files. Can add Reinforced Slope, Soil Nail, MSE Wall, and
Shoring.
SVSlope
SVOffice and SVSlope represents the new standard in slope stability analysis. Users
can perform classic limit equilibrium slope analysis by the method of slices or newer
stress-based methods.
LimitState:GEO
Uses the DLO method to quickly, easily and accurately analyse geotechnical stability
problems of almost any type - including combined problems simultaneously involving
slope stability, retaining walls, footings and tunnels.
STABL WV 2007 - Software by GeoAnalytics
Geotechnical software by GeoAnalytics
Slope Stability Analysis Software (STABL)
- STABL is a computer program written in FORTRAN for the general solution of slope
stability problems by two-dimensional limiting equilibrium methods.
TAGAsoft
- Slope stability, finite element analysis, pile and pile groups, settlement and
consolidation, seismic analysis and foundation design software.
ROC Rocsience
- Geomechanics software and research
Mitre Software Corporation
- Slope stability and inclinometer software
Geotechnical database management and slope stability software
- MZ Associates Ltd has ceased trading. Mark Zytynski, the author of the packages SID
and STABLE will continue to support these systems on an informal basis. SID and
STABLE are available for download free of charge from this site.
XSTABL
- XSTABL performs a two dimensional limit equilibrium analysis to compute the factor
of safety for a layered slope.
XSLOPE for Windows
- XSLOPE for Windows computes the stability of an earth slope using Bishop's (1955)
simplified method for circular failure surfaces or Morgenstern and Price's (1965, 1967)
analysis for non-circular failure surfaces.
WinStabl
- WinStabl is a pre- and post-processor to STABL6. The package supports: Simplified
Janbu, Modified Bishop, and Spencer's analyses. Reinforcing layers.
UTEXAS3
- UTEXAS3 is a slope stability analysis program. Virtually any subsurface stratigraphy,
including embedded walls, tunnels and voids can be included.
TSTAB
- TSTAB conducts limit equilibrium slope stability analyses of circular slip surfaces by
the Simplified Bishop or Spencer methods and searches for the critical circular slip
surface.
TSLOPE3
- TSLOPE3 conducts simple slope stability analyses of arbitrary three-dimensional slip
surfaces. It allows the user to subdivide the basal surface into multiple zones in order
to more precisely define geometry or properties.
TSLOPE
- TSLOPE solves two dimensional limit equilibrium slope stability analyses of non-
circular slip surfaces by Spencer, or Morgenstern and Price methods.
Taylor
- Taylor carries out Slope Stability Analysis according to Taylor's method.
TALREN 4
- TALREN 4 slope stability program allows checking of the stability of geotechnical
structures, with or without reinforcement. The main features include: drawing the
problem geometry with the mouse,...
SWASE
- SWASE is a program for sliding wedge analysis of slope failure. Slope geometry
defined by coordinates or angles and lengths.
SVDynamic
- SVDynamic carries out slope stability analyses using the dynamic programming
method to determine the location of the slip surface and factor of safety of a slope
based on a finite element analysis.
STEDwin 2.6
- STEDwin 2.6 is a pre- and post-processor for Purdue University's PCSTABL programs
from version STABL4 to PCSTABL6 (1999) with soil nailing and geosynthetic
reinforcement.
STEDwin 2.6
- STEDwin 2.6 is a pre- and post-processor for Purdue University's PCSTABL programs
from version STABL4 to PCSTABL6 (1999) with soil nailing and geosynthetic
reinforcement.
STB
- STB carries out slope stability by Bishop's method in a non-homogenous soil, with
some additions (e.g. earthquake loading). With a users manual.
STABLEPRO for Windows
- STABLEPRO for Windows provides a pre and post processor for data input and output
viewing for STABL4 or STABL5.
STABLE
- STABLE carries out slope stability analysis by the methods of Bishop, Morgenstern-
Price and Sarma. Analyses may include: point loads, line reinforcement forces, flexible
soil geometry for representation of lenses, inclusions, clay cores etc.
Stabl for Windows
- Stabl for Windows is the Windows version of PCSTABL 6 program for the general
solution of slope stability problems by two-dimensional limiting equilibrium methods
and includes ...
SLOPNC
- SLOPNC is part of the Prokon suite of programs, but is also available seperately. It
can be used for the analysis of a generalized soil slope using Sarma and Bhave's non-
vertical slice method.
Slope-W
- Slope-W is a circular and non-circular soil and rock slope stability program. Carries
out stability analyses by the methods of Fellenius, Bishop simplified, Janbu simplified,
Spencer, Morgenstern-Price, Corps of Engineers,....
Slope-W
- Slope-W is a circular and non-circular soil and rock slope stability program. Carries
out stability analyses by the methods of Fellenius, Bishop simplified, Janbu simplified,
Spencer, Morgenstern-Price, Corps of Engineers,....
SLOPE/W Basic Edition
- SLOPE/W Basic Edition has the essential features for solving slope stability analyses,
including: Ordinary, Bishop, Janbu Simplified, Spencer, Morgenstern-Price and GLE
methods.
Slope stability analysis
- Slope (GeoStru) carries out the analysis of soil slope stability both in static and
seismic states utilising the limit equilibrium methods of Fellenius, Bishop, Janbu, Bell,
Sarma, Spencer, Morgenstern and Price.
SLOPE 8R
- SLOPE 8R is a program for slope stability analysis with non-circular slip surfaces,
using Spencer's method. Analyses one slip surface at a time.
Slope 2000
- Slope 2000 can locate the critical failure surface of a slope under general conditions
with general constraints. The shape of the failure surface can be either circular or non-
circular.
SLOPE 12
- SLOPE 12 is a computer program for analysing the stability of slopes, also applicable
to earth pressure and bearing capacity problems.
Slope (Oasys)
- SLOPE performs two-dimensional slope stability analysis to study circular or non-
circular slip surfaces. The program uses the method of slices and offers a variety of
established methods for calculating interslice forces.
Slope (ejgeSoft)
- Slope is a program for carrying out slope stability analysis by the Bishop method and
has the following features: Any shape of soil profile can be considered; Change any
parameter for immediate re-calculation;...
SLOPBG
- SLOPBG is part of the Prokon suite of programs, but is also available seperately. It
allows the analysis of a generalized soil slope using Bishop's modified method.
SLIP
- SLIP is used for circular slope stability analysis. Up to 24 soil layers with geometry
specified by coordinates in an interactive graphical display.
Slide
- Slide 5.0 is a 2D Limit Equilibrium Analysis program with a CAD based graphical
interface and a wide range of modeling and data interpretation options.
SHALSTAB
- SHALSTAB is a digital terrain model for mapping shallow landslide potential. It is
based on a simplification of the infinite slope analysis coupled to a hydrologic model.
Sarma
- Sarma is a limit equilibrium slope stability analysis program.
REAME2004
- REAME2004 can be used to analyze slopes of any configuration with a large number
of soil layers. The slopes can be subjected to a large number of external loads applied
on the slope surface as well as internal loads,...
QSIM
- QSIM software for dynamic analysis of slope stability utilising Newmarks method with
automatic generation of project accelerograms.
PCSTABL 6
- PCSTABL 6 is a computer program for the general solution of slope stability problems
by two-dimensional limiting equilibrium methods and includes the analysis of reinforced
soil slopes with geosynthetics, nailing, and tiebacks.
MStab
- MStab carries out stability analysis by the Bishop, Fellenius and Spencer methods. It
provides automatic search of the critical slip circle; user-defined zones that the circle
will not cross; integration of geotextiles;...
LISA
- LISA (Level I Stability Analysis) uses Monte Carlo simulation of the infinite slope
equation to estimate a probability of slope failure for use in relative stability
assessment of natural slopes.
I.L.A.
- I.L.A. is a slope stability analysis program that also incorporates features for retaining
system designing.
GSTABL7 with STEDwin v.2
- GSTABL7 with STEDwin v.2 is a 2D limit equilibrium slope stability program based on
STABL6 but which includes geogrid reinforcement, piers/piles, tiebacks, soil nails,
applied forces, and surcharge loads.
GSlope
- GSLOPE carries out limit equilibrium slope stability analysis of existing natural slopes,
unreinforced man-made slopes, or slopes with soil reinforcement.
GGU-STABILITY
- GGU-STABILITY for slope failure calculations and soil nailing. Considers circular slip
surfaces (Bishop or Krey) and polygonal slip surfaces (Janbu),....
GGU-SLICE
- GGU-SLICE calculates the stability of slope laminae. Colour output and bitmap
graphics are supported.
GFA2D
- GFA2D performs a global failure analysis for 2D geotechnical problems based on the
stress output from a finite element analysis using a weighted method (WFEM).
Geo-Tec B
- Geo-Tec B is a cross platform (Windows and Macintosh) slope stability analysis
program using the Janbu, Bishop and Fellenius methods.
GeoStar
- GeoStar supports standard and improved limit equilibrium methods. Cylindrical or
general shaped (polygonal) shear surface. Progressive failure.
GEOSTAB
- GEOSTAB V3 computes the factor of safety of slopes, which may be strengthened by
nails, pins with or without combined limiting criteria, anchors, geotextiles,....
Galena
- Galena is a slope stability analysis program incorporating Bishop (circular), Spencer-
Wright (circular and non-circular) and Sarma (non-vertical slices) methods for problem
solving in soils and rocks.
FLAC/Slope
- FLAC/Slope uses the explicit 2D finite difference method to model slope stability
problems. It features: a graphical interface; automatic factor-of-safety calculation;
arbitrary slope geometries;....
ESAU
- Effective Stress Analysis Undrained (ESAU) is an all-purpose computer program for
undrained stability, bearing capacity and earth pressure analyses, based on Janbu's
Generalized Procedure of Slices.
DLISA
- DLISA (Deterministic Level I Stability Analysis) is a deterministic program which
calculates the infinite slope equation for a variety of unknowns.
DC-Slope
- DC-Slope carries out slope stabilty analysis according to Krey-Bishop (friction circle)
and Janbu (arbitrary sliding planes) methods.
CLARA-W
- CLARA-W is a program for geotechnical slope stability analysis in two or three
dimensions, using Bishop, Janbu, Spencer and Morgenstern-Price methods.
CHASM
- CHASM (Combined Hydrology And Stability Model) is an integrated slope
hydrology/slope stability software package that aids the assessment of slope stability
conditions.
CADS Re-Slope
- CADS Re-Slope is a general slope stability software package supplied as a complete
suite or as a series of modules. The geometrical slope data, including water surface
points,...
Slope stability, finite element analysis, pile and pile groups, settlement and
consolidation, seismi
- TAGAsoft has been in business for over 15 years, providing innovative, user friendly
geotechnical engineering software to internationally recognised companies, consultants
and universities.
GEO-SLOPE
- Our objective at GEO-SLOPE is to create software that is both technically
comprehensive and easy to use, making geotechnical modeling accessible and practical
for all geotechnical engineers.
Geotechnical database management and slope stability software
- MZ Associates Ltd has ceased trading. Mark Zytynski, the author of the packages SID
and STABLE will continue to support these systems on an informal basis.
STABL for Windows
- Geotechnical Software Solutions (GSS) is a developer of software for the geotechnical
industry. In addition to STABL, it also sells PYGMY, a program for the analysis of
laterally-loaded piles.
SLIDE Slope Stability Software
- Slide 5.0 is a comprehensive slope stability analysis program, complete with
sensitivity, probabilistic and back analysis capabilities.