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Software tagged with [Bishop method]

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Software by  Fine Civil Engineering  
<p>This program is used for verification of mechanically stabilized earth walls and segmental retaining walls reinforced by geogrids (georeinforcements).</p>
Software by  Fine Civil Engineering  
<p>This program is used to perform slope stability analysis (embankments, earth cuts, anchored retaining structures, MSE walls, etc.). The slip surface is considered as circular (Bishop, Fellenius/Petterson, Janbu, Morgenstern-Price or Spencer methods) or ...
Software by  GGU  
GGU-STABILITY makes it possible to investigate not only slope failure using circular slip surfaces (Bishop or Krey) and polygonal slip surfaces (Janbu), in addition to rigid body failure mechanisms and block sliding methods, but also to dimension soil nailing ...
Software by  Adama Engineering  
<p>MSEW(3.0) is an interactive program for the design and analysis of mechanically stabilized earth walls. It follows the design guidelines of AASHTO98/Demo 82, AASHTO02/FHWA-NHI-00-043, AASHTO 2007-2010, or NCMA97/98.</p>
Software by  Geosolve  
<p>SLOPE is a computer program for analysing the stability of slopes. The program is also applicable to earth pressure and bearing capacity problems. Optional facilities are available for the analysis and design of reinforced soil.<br />&bull;Analyses natural ...
Software by  GeoStru Software  
<p>This program carries out the analysis of soil or rock slope stability both in static and seismic states utilizing the limit equilibrium methods of Fellenius, Bishop, Janbu, Bell, Sarma, Spencer, Morgenstern &amp; Price and Discrete elements method (DEM) ...
Software by  Arnold Verruijt  
<p>Analysis of the stability factor of a slope in a non-homogenous soil, using Bishop's method, with some additions. Includes a users manual, and theoretical background.</p>
Software by  SoilVision Systems  
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.