RS3 is a brand new program for 3D analysis of geotechnical structures for civil and mining applications
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RSPile is a program for the calculation of the axial load capacity of driven piles and the analysis of piles under lateral loading
Settle3D is a 3-dimensional program for the analysis of vertical consolidation and settlement under foundations, embankments and surface loads.
RocFall is a statistical analysis program designed to assist with assessment of slopes at risk for rockfalls.
Slide is the most comprehensive slope stability analysis software available, complete with finite element groundwater seepage analysis, rapid drawdown, sensitivity and probabilistic analysis, and support design.
Examine3D is an engineering analysis program for underground excavations in rock.
RocTopple is an interactive software tool for performing toppling analysis and support design of rock slope
Dips is an unique program used for graphical and statistical analysis of orientation data
RocData is a versatile toolkit for the analysis of rock and soil strength data, and the determination of strength envelopes and other physical parameters.
RocSupport is an easy-to-use software tool for estimating deformation in circular or near circular excavations in weak rock and visulization of the tunnel interaction with various support systems.
CPillar is a quick, interative, and easy-to-use analysis tool for evaluating the stability of surface or underground crown pillars, and laminated roof beds.
RS2 (Phase2 9.0) is a powerful 2D finite element program for soil and rock applications (RS2 = Rock and Soil 2-dimensional analysis program).
RocPlane is an interactive software tool for performing planar rock slope stability and design.
Swdge is a quick, interactive and simple-to-use analysis tool for evaluating the geometry and stability of surface wdges in rock slopes.
Unwedge is a 3D stability analysis and visualization program for underground excavations in rock containing intersecting structural discontinuities.
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