RocTopple 1.0
Category Slope stability (rock)
Publisher  Rocscience Inc 
Platform Windows 2000 or later, 32 or 64 bit
Status Commercial
Description RocTopple (1.0) is an interactive software tool for performing toppling analysis and support design of rock slopes. The analysis is based on the popular block toppling method of Goodman and Bray. Input the slope parameters, discontinuity spacing, dip angle and strength, and it automatically generates the toppling blocks. Visualize the slope failure in 2D and interactive 3D, and display the potential failure mode of individual blocks (toppling, sliding, stable) as well as the overall safety factor. In addition to deterministic analysis, it features probabilistic and sensitivity analysis options. Probabilistic analysis allows you to define statistical distributions for any combination of input variables. A probability of failure is calculated, and results can be plotted as histograms, scatter plots and cumulative plots. Sensitivity analysis allows you to determine the effect of individual variables on the results. Support can be modeled using rock bolts with user defined length, angle, capacity, spacing and location. A variety of external loading types can be applied, including line loads, distributed loads, seismic load and water pressure. It implements Eurocode 7 design standards, which allows you to define partial safety factors for different components of the analysis. Export images to JPG, BMP, metafile, GIF, PNG. Export DXF file to Phase2.
Cost US Dollars 595.00 (Canadian customers Canadian dollars 595.00)
Data formats supported Drawings  :  DXF 
Images  :  Graphics Interchange Format   :  JPEG   :  Portable Network Graphics   :  Windows bitmap   :  Windows metafile 
Supplier in Canada  Rocscience Inc 

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