Apr 9, 2021
As part of the first ARMA Student Design Competition in 2021, this webinar will introduce the use of FLAC/Slope for slope stability analysis.
Feb 25, 2021
This webinar will review and demonstrate the Itasca Constitutive Model for Advanced Strain Softening (IMASS) which has been developed to represent the rock mass response to excavation induced stress changes.
Jan 21, 2021
Griddle 2.0 Has Been Released! Join us for a webinar on "What's New in Griddle 2.0?"
Jan 19, 2021
Lahars represent natural phenomena that can generate severe damage in densely populated urban areas. The evaluation of pressures generated by these mass flows on constructions (buildings, infrastructure…) is crucial for civil protection and assessment of the structures’ vulnerability. The existing tools developed to model the spread of flows at large scale in densely populated urban areas remain inaccurate in the estimation of mechanical efforts.
Dec 1, 2020
This webinar is for people who have used 3DEC before and are interested in the latest developments.
Nov 12, 2020
This webinar will demonstrate setting-up a hydraulic fracturing model in jointed rock using XSite. An overview of XSite and a discussion of the simulation results will also be discussed.
Nov 10, 2020
This webinar is for people who are new or occasional 3DEC users, or those just interested in learning more about it.
Oct 15, 2020
This webinar provides a brief overview of PFC modeling using convex rigid blocks, including example applications ranging from rock-mass behavior to granular flow, and highlights important tip and tricks and modeling challenges.
May 21, 2020
Learn about the major new features and improvements in FLAC3D version 7.0.
Mar 26, 2020
Feb 27, 2020
Presented by Dr. Peter A. Cundall: Numerical modeling is widely used in Geomechanics for design and diagnostic purposes, but there is an art to using the software tools correctly. It's not just a case of plugging in the data, and hitting "run". We need to understand the underlying physics, and whether the model properly represents it.