Many constitutive soil models enable you to represent a wide range of soils or structural materials. In addition, SIGMA/W models pore-water pressure generation and dissipation in response to external loads. With SIGMA/W you can analyze almost any stress or deformation problem you will encounter.
GeoStudio's Analysis Tree models even the most complex construction sequences. Analyses are added to the Tree, forming a Parent-Child relationship in which each new analysis represents a part of the construction sequence.
The coupled stress and pore-water pressure formulation can be used to model construction sequencing involving fill placement, excavation, and soil-structure interaction.
The stresses and/or pore-water pressures from a SIGMA/W analysis can be used directly in SLOPE/W to do a stress-based stability analysis.
Stress redistribution analysis is used to conduct a strength reduction slope stability analysis, model stress transfer onto structures such as pile walls installed within failed slopes, or calculate permanent deformations.
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