FLAC Introductory Training - Minneapolis
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Mar 9, 2020 - Mar 11, 2020

FLAC3D Introductory Training - Minneapolis
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Mar 16, 2020 - Mar 18, 2020

PFC Introductory Training-Minneapolis
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Apr 6, 2020 - Apr 9, 2020

3DEC and UDEC Introductory Training, Minneapolis
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Apr 20, 2020 - Apr 22, 2020

Focused Seismic and Liquefaction Training 2019
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Oct 12, 2020 - Oct 14, 2020

Software Tutorials

Tutorial: Simple Slope Stability

Using UDEC 6 and the shear-reduction method to calculate the factor-of-safety, this tutorial will show you how to analyze the stability of a simple slope containing: (1) no discrete jointing (continuum), (2) fully-continuous jointing (discrete blocks), and (3) noncontinuous, en echelon jointing.

FLAC3D 6.0 Interactive Model Pane
Fluid Flow through Jointed Rock

As well as flow through joints, 3DEC 5.2 is capable of simulating fluid flow through the blocks or the matrix (i.e., between the joints). It is assumed that the blocks represent a saturated, permeable solid, such as soil or fractured rock mass.

Technical Papers

FLAC3D Soil-structure Model of a Building


Numerical modeling of rock blasting: Validation tests for Blo-Up 2.5

As part of the Hybrid Stress Blast Model (HSBM) project, Itasca has developed software to model the rock blasting process.

Using MINEDWto simulate pore pressure as input for FLAC3Dand 3DEC

It has become common practice to create a three-dimensional (3-D) geomechanical model for the analysis of rock stability.

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