Enhanced user interface with new automated block and zone generation tools, and new structural elements. Built-in Voronoi generator, new joint models, improved commands and FISH. Multi-threaded FISH and Python scripting.
Learn more about developing an effective strategy for open pit dewatering and avoiding common pitfalls in this E&MJ article.
This is a three part tutorial series to calculate the total and effective stresses and water flow in a homogeneous embankment dam.
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Griddle offers automatic, interactive, and easy-to-use surface meshing and volume grid generation capabilities for FLAC3D, 3DEC, and many other engineering modeling formats, including ABAQUS, ANSYS, NASTRAN, LS-DYNA, VRML, and CSV.
The paper "A risk-based methodology to improve the definition of geotechnical sectors in slope design" has been awarded a Silver Medal by SAIMM.
New FLAC3D introductory tutorials are now available on our website. See how easy it is to set-up and work with advanced numerical models in FLAC3D.
They are ideal for organizations with many users at different locations and/or for cloud computing.
Download the 2020 Itasca Symposium proceedings and presentations for free.
Itasca Consulting Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Dr. Tryana Garza-Cruz is now our General Manager.
In this exceptional time of the COVID-19 pandemic, Itasca International and its offices worldwide are closely monitoring the situation. While certain Itasca offices may be physically closed due to local conditions and requirements, we are maintaining business operations, including software sales and shipping, as well as timely delivery of ongoing consulting projects. We have implemented measures to ensure our personnel’s safety and will continue to monitor conditions over the coming weeks and months and, following government and public health guidance, will respond proactively. We will provide updates as necessary.
Registration is now open for the Fifth International Itasca Symposium.
Itasca’s research aims to answer the key industry question “how should block caves be designed and operated to achieve high recovery during cave interactions”?