During March and April we are offering a
FREE copy of SVDynamic slope stability
modeling software with the purchase of
Perform your 1D earth cover modeling
including an evapotranspiration analysis
with SVFlux today.
To take advantage of this promotion, contact our sales department here and mention the 2008 Spring Promotion.
SVOffice 2006 is quickly becoming one of the most popular geotechnical software packages available.
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| The finite element mesh is very important in a numerical simulation.
A finer finite element mesh commonly gives better calculation
results. It has always been a question: what is the resolution of the
finite element mesh that provides reasonably accurate results?
This article does not answer the question specifically but will
provide a sense of the relation between:
i) finite element
ii) hydraulic conductivity of the material;
A simple model was created to study these relationships.
This example helps all modelers to be aware of this issue.
When running this model, the “auto mesh refinement” function in
SVFLUX was turned off.
The model is made up of a rectangular region containing a sandy loam which has a
width of 200 m and a height of 100m. The sandy loam has a saturated
volumetric water content of 0.3 and a specific gravity of 2.65. The boundary conditions of the model are shown in the figure below.
To read the rest of this article, click here.
We will be attending and exhibiting at the GeoHazards 2008
conference in May. This conference is being held in Quebec City from the 20th to the 24th.
Please let us know if you are in the area, we
would be glad to see you. In 2008, SoilVision Systems will be attending and exhibiting at GeoConferences across North America.
We will be exhibiting and and attending the the 61st
Canadian Geotechnical Conference and the 9th Joint CGS/IAH-CNC
Groundwater Conference. This event is set to be held from the 21st
to the 24th of September.
To find out more about the conferences SoilVision Systems is planning to attend, click here.