FLAC 2021 Remote Introductory Training - Online

FLAC 2021 Remote Introductory Training - Online

April 19 - 21, 2021 US$2,800.

Register by February 1 and receive a $300 Discount!

50% Academic Discount available for three-day introductory training.

Optional Focused fourth day, April 22, is an additional US$500

Fourth Day focused options include Dynamics and FISH. If you choose to attend the fourth day, you will select one option.


Registration Form is available online. Click Here.

FLAC Multi Failure

This course is suitable for new FLAC users as well as experienced users who want to become more familiar with the features available in FLAC version 8.1.

You will be provided full access to FLAC 8.1 for the duration of the course and must have a laptop with administrative rights and Windows 7, 8, or 10.

In addition to a basic introduction, you will be working through examples with the assistance of the instructors.

Some of the topics included are:

  • Grid Generation
  • Basic Material Models
  • Boundary Conditions/Initial Conditions
  • Effective Stress and Groundwater Flow Analysis
  • Soil/Rock Structure Interaction
  • Factor of Safety Calculation
  • FISH

Practical applications include Braced Excavation Analysis, Tunnel Construction, and Landfill Stability Analysis.

Registration Form is available online. Click Here.

Instructor(s)

Jin Wang: Senior Geomechanics Engineer, FLAC Product Manager

Mr. Wang, FLAC Product Manager, is a senior geomechanics engineer with experience in mining engineering and geotechnical engineering. His research involves numerical modeling and simulation, and has involved projects related to sheet-pile walls with retained slope, mine-void detection using geophysical methods and stability of underground mines.

Varun: Senior Geomechanics Engineer

Dr. Varun is a geotechnical engineer with specialization in earthquake engineering and soil dynamics. He has experience with analytical and numerical modeling and has been involved with projects related to seismic hazard mitigation for waterfront structures, dynamic response of foundations, site response, and soil-structure interaction.


Zorica Radaković-Guzina

Dr. Radaković-Guzina's research has focused on the areas of structural dynamics, non-destructive characterization of concrete, damage mechanics and wave propagation. She is responsible for FORTRAN and C/C++ programming development and support for Itasca's FLAC and FLAC3D software, and she assists with the development and testing of the Graphical User Interface (GUI) for Itasca codes.

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Course Details

This live course will be conducted online.
Apr 19, 2021 - Apr 21, 2021

Language: English

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