Rock Mechanics

360.00 esc. IVA

Rock Mechanics è una suite di 10 software per la meccanica delle rocce si compone di:
Classificazione geomeccanica: Barton, Bieniawki, a cui associata la classificazione di Romana, Sen, Robertson, Sing & Goel, Jasarevic & Kovacevic.
Analisi di stabilità: Scivolamento planare, Scivolamento tridimensionale, Valutazione della forza di impatto di un masso, Previsione del fenomeno di crollo in caso di sisma.

Il software si interfaccia con altri software Geostru per la meccanica delle rocce: Georock 2D, Georock 3D, Rocklab, G.M.S. (GeoMechanical Survey) ed EgeoCompass (Bussola digitale), Geostru MAPS.

Texture – soil textures

99.00 esc. IVA

Library of lithological textures divided into categories: Noncohesive soils, Cohesive soils, Rocks and Other.

Also includes Vector Textures and a Texture Editor that gives the possibility to add new soil textures or alter the existing ones.

Free for customers GEOSTRU

Failure criterion of a rock mass according to Hoek-Brown – RockLab

350.00 esc. IVA

Software for the determination of the failure criterion of a rock mass according to the model of Hoek-Brown (2002). The software also calculates the strength parameters of the rock mass, allows for the calculation of the bearing capacity of foundations on rock according to the methods of Carter – Kulhawy, Serrano – Olalla – Gonzales.

topography - trispace

Topography software – TriSpace

490.00 esc. IVA

Trispace resolves the requirement to effect three dimensional terrain studies through the generation of: digital elevation plans, contoured elevation plans, dynamic sections, three dimensional views, distances or areas and volume calculations. Thus this program becomes a useful tool both in geological fields due to the extreme facility in creation of longitudinal sections, as in the more strictly topographical one as it imposes no limits regarding either triangulation points nor on the number of sections. Further thanks to its integration into geotechnic and geological GeoStru programs it allows the resolution of computational problems connected with Slope Stability and Rock Fall.

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Analysis of rocky elements - RockPlane

Analysis of rocky elements – RockPlane

360.00 esc. IVA

RockPlane is a software tool for the evaluation of localized instability rocky elements affected by seismic movements and/or by presence of water pressures within intersurface fractures. The software provides slide and overturning risk safety factors that enable verification of the stability of the block and as required the design of stabilization works using active or passive anchors and nails.


GeoMechanical Survey – G.M.S.

390.00 esc. IVA

The software GMS (GeoMechanical Survey) has the aim to represent and process the geo-structural survey of rock masses joints performed in-situ with the method of the compass and clinometer, according to the ISRM recommendations. The joints in a rock mass condition, in a more or less evident way, the mechanical behavior of the rock and of the geotechnical model at the basis of any calculation. It is important, in order to correctly evaluate the stability condition, to have a precise description of the rock structure and joints, both in qualitative and quantitative terms.


Rock falls 3D – GeoRock 3D

470.00 esc. IVA

GeoRock 3D is a program for three dimensional analysis of rock fall and for the design and optimisation of protective works utilising a sophisticated algorithm for spatial analysis.

Rock falls 2D – GeoRock 2D

465.00 esc. IVA

GeoRock 2D is a software made by GeoStru for the 2D simulation of rockfalls using Lumped Mass and C.R.S.P. models.

For the Lumped Mass model, the computation assumptions are: plan outline, the slope profile similar to a broken line consisting of straight line segments; point boulder and neglectable air resistance.

CRSP (Colorado Rockfall Simulation Program) model has been developed by Pfeiffer and Bowen (1989) with the purpose of modeling the falling motion of boulders having the shape of spheres, cylinders or discs, with circular cross section in the vertical plane of the movement. The reliability of the model was verified by comparisons between numerical results and the results obtained from in situ tests.