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Slide2 is a powerful 2D slope analysis program that uses the limit equilibrium method to analyze slope stability and the safety factor of failure surfaces in soil or rock slopes.

MMO: The Multi-Modal Optimization feature in Slide2 helps identify the real-world complexities of analyzing a slope by searching for multiple critical regions instead of one.

Probabilistic Analysis: Considering various input parameters such as spatial variability, you can perform in-depth probabilistic analysis in Slide2 to identify multiple failure mechanisms and factor of safety.

Groundwater Analysis: Taking advantage of the finite element groundwater analysis in Slide2, define and analyze a groundwater problem using the same model as for the slope stability problem, saving a lot of time.

Integrates with:
Slide3: Integration between Slide2 and Slide3 allows you to run your 2D models into Slide3 for 3D analyses of all types of soil and rock, embankments, earth dams, and retaining walls and compute them with Slide2 engine.

RS2: Slide2 works with RS2 to provide a powerful verification process giving you the opportunity to transition your 2D models between programs and compare your limit equilibrium and finite element analyses side by side.

RSPile: Importing RSPile files into Slide2 provides comprehensive support capabilities for your slope stability analyses and have the flexibility to model various pile designs in RSPile and analyze their responses under various loads

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Chrysanthos on Apr 21, 2013
Slide 6.0 is very user friendly slope stability software. It has many capabilities and all the usual limit equilibrium methods. You can evaluate reinforced slopes and also perform seepage analysis via FEM. In my opinion this software is among the best available for 2D slope stability calculations. You can evaluate easily numerous situations, easily modify your geotechnical profile and slope geometry. What I have found extremely useful is that you can enter geometry, layers, water tables etc from AutoCAD via .DXF files. It can make your job of slope stability analysis very easy.