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SOFTWARE :RocPlane
DEVELOPER :Rocscience
VERSION :3.0
PLATFORM :Windows
FILE SIZE :Unknown
LICENSE :Trial
DOWNLOADS :UserDownloads:284
RocPlane Description

RocPlane is an interactive software tool for performing planar rock slope stability analysis and design. RocPlane makes it easy to quickly create planar models, visualize them in both 2D and 3D, and evaluate analysis results. RocPlane contains many helpful features that allow users to rapidly build, modify and run models.

RocPlane also includes functionalities for easily analyzing results, generating figures and charts, and producing convenient summaries of models and results. The report generation features of RocPlane are especially useful to engineers when writing reports with high-quality, and professional-looking drawings and diagrams. They help slope designers to readily communicate findings to people with varying slope engineering knowledge.

* RocPlane download link provides trial version of the software.

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