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GEO5

Geotechnical software

GEO5 Description
GEO5 is a geotechnical software suite developed by Fine s.r.o. (Czech Republic). First programs were written by Jiri Laurin in 1989 in cooperation with the Faculty of Civil Engineering of CTU in Prague. The software is used in the field of geotechnical engineering to analyze slope stability, shoring excavations structures, retaining walls, foundations (piles, spread footing or mats) and tunnels.
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Latest version of GEO5 is Edition 2017 and it was released on May 2017.

GEO5 Alternatives

  • UTEXAS

    UTEXAS is a slope stability analysis program written by Stephen G. Wright of the University of Texas at Austin. The program is used in the field of civil engineering to analyze levees, earth dams,...

    Tags: Geotechnical Engineering Software
  • SEEP2D

    SEEP2D is a 2D seepage analysis program written by Dr. Fred Tracy of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The program is used to analyze water seepage, typically through dams and levees or...

    Tags: Geotechnical Engineering Software
  • SVSLOPE by SoilVision Systems Ltd.

    SVSLOPE is a slope stability analysis program developed by SoilVision Systems Ltd.. The software is designed to analyze slopes using both the classic "method of slices" as well as newer stress-based...

    Tags: Geotechnical Engineering Software
  • SVFLUX by SoilVision Systems Ltd.

    SVFLUX is a finite element seepage analysis program developed by SoilVision Systems Ltd.. The software is designed to analyze both saturated and unsaturated flow through the ground through the...

    Tags: Geotechnical Engineering Software