The "Analysis"displays the analysis results. can be performed for a single task.
The starting point in theis the selection of the type of slip surface. The input is available from a combo list in the left top part of the frame containing two options - and . After introducing the slip surface the analysis is started using the "Analyze" button. The analysis results appear in the right part of the frame.
The type of analysis is selected in the mid section of the frame - seven methods are available for the( , , , , , or ), and six methods are available for the ( , , , , or ). For both cases of the assumed slip surfaces it is possible to perform the analysis employing all methods at once (in such a case, however, the slip surface cannot be optimized).
The actual verification of slope stability can be performed, depending on the settings in the "" tab:
- , where the by the analysis partial factors and the verification is performed according to the theory of limit states.
The combo list (items "Standard" and "Optimization") allows for optimizing either theor slip surface. Choosing the "Optimization" option activates the "Restrictions" button - pressing this button changes the frame appearance and makes it possible to introduce .
It is also possible to specify(box "Assume anchors as infinite").
The slip surface, even the optimized one, must bein the frame.
The analysis results appear in the left part of the frame and the optimized slip surface on the desktop. Visualization of results can be adjusted in the frame "".
Frame "Analysis" - circular slip surface
Frame "Analysis" - polygonal slip surface