RS2 is a powerful 2D finite element program for soil and rock applications and can be used for a wide range of engineering projects like underground excavation design, slope stability, embankments, mining, tunneling, groundwater seepage analysis, foundations and more. dynamic analysis capabilities.Download Documentation
RS2 is a powerful 2D finite element program for soil and rock applications and can be used for a wide range of engineering projects like underground excavation design, slope stability, embankments, mining, tunneling, groundwater seepage analysis, foundations and more. dynamic analysis capabilities.
RS2 can carry out complex and multi-stage projects can with a wide range of constitutive modeling options and various material models, such as Mohr Coulomb, Generalized Hoek-Brown and Cam-Clay. One of its major features is that finite element slope stability analysis can be performed using the shear strength reduction method. It also includes dynamic analysis, steady state and transient groundwater seepage analysis - built right into the program.
Whether it's a civil or mining project, above ground or below, RS2 enables you to effectively analyze stress/deformation, stability, support design, and staged excavations with ease.
RS2’s integrated seepage analysis tool helps monitor groundwater flow for steady-state and transient conditions of dams, embankments, slopes, tunnels, and excavations.
Conduct slope stability analysis using the Shear Strength Reduction Method which performs a finite element analysis to identify the critical strength reduction factor.
With shared material libraries and analysis tools, you can import RS2 models into RS3 for 3D analysis. Additionally, the Section Creator tool allows you to export a cut of a 3D model to quickly analyze critical sections in RS2.
Save time by seamlessly transitioning your slope models between Slide2 and RS2. By sharing a materials library, running your stability analyses means you will get the most accurate comparison between your LE and FE analysis results. Together these two programs can be your ultimate verification tool.
Streamline your workflow by importing your material strength properties directly into RS2 to be used for numerical analysis.
Export your slope and block geometry from RocTopple as a DXF file and import it into RS2 for advanced analysis using Finite Element Method.
|Finite Element / Finite Difference , Slope Stability , Underground Structures , Tunneling , Tunneling in Rock , Tunneling in Soils , Numerical & Constitutive Modeling , Groundwater & Seepage , Retaining Walls , Dam Engineering , Tailings Dams
|Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista