GeoStudio 2021.4 continues Seequent's, a Bentley company, journey to a digital twin with greater interoperability between Leapfrog geological modelling and GeoStudio geotechnical analysis.
Integrate 2D centric geotechnical analysis with sections from your 3D geological model with the new multiple section workflow. Capitalise on new data and interpretations made in Leapfrog with dynamic updating of cross-sections and geotechnical analyses in GeoStudio.
Immerse yourself in 3D with the new GeoStudio 3D FLOW. Combine all new CTRAN3D and AIR3D analyses with existing SEEP3D and TEMP3D and corresponding 2D products for even more flexibility in environmental modelling.
Expand the classes of problems that can be analyzed with SIGMA/W using the new Soft Soil Cap material model and improved SANICLAY model.
Integrate the 2D centric workflow of a typical geotechnical analysis with multiple geo referenced sections generated from a 3D geological model. BUILD3D delivers the power to import multiple 2D sections in a single click to create multiple numerical 2D analyses which can be dynamically updated and re-solved if the sections have been refreshed due to new data or interpretation.
Interoperability with Leapfrog via Seequent Central
Expanding on the 3D mesh interoperability between GeoStudio and Leapfrog products via the online collaboration tool, Seequent Central, BUILD3D can now connect to Central and import multiple geotechnical 2D sections that have been generated from a Leapfrog geological model and published to Central.
GeoStudio 3D FLOW
GeoStudio 3D FLOW combines the all new CTRAN3D and AIR3D with SEEP3D and TEMP3D. Immerse yourself in 3D simulation of real-world problems in environmental protection, groundwater flow and ground freezing. Simulate a large range of solute and gas transport problems with new CTRAN3D analysis using the familiar workflow and project definition of CTRAN/W. Simulate 3D advective gas and heat transfer by combining AIR3D with CTRAN3D.
SIGMA/W Material Models
The introduction of the Soft Soil Cap material model into SIGMA/W expands the classes of problems that can be analyzed involving normally-consolidated soils.
Improvements to the SANICLAY model mean the failure state is no longer a function of anisotropy.
All new UI\IX improvements - visualise the quality of the fitted surface as a colour coded distance from input data elevations to surface geometry.
New transformation option - automatically adjust the base point to a surface’s minimum extents when of an importeding surface used as a background mesh.
New Task Manager option - review errors generated during meshing and easily identify geometry problems.
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