<b>3D Engineering Analysis for Underground Excavations</b><br><br> <i>Examine3D</i> 4.0 is a 3D boundary element program for designing and analyzing underground excavations in rock. Although the program was developed mainly for stress analysis, its data visualization tools can be applied to a wide range of 3D mining civil engineering data, such as microseismic datasets (velocity, source parameters, event density, etc.). For 2D analyses using multiple materials, plasticity, staged excavations and support, use <i>RS2</i>.
- Why are contours appearing inside an excavation?
- How is the Strength Factor calculated in Examine3D?
- Can Examine3D handle seismic analyses?
- How do I convert a DXF to a GEO file for Examine3D?
- Am I supposed to use an average modulus in Examine3D?
- Can Examine3D be used to determine the safety factor of a mine pillar?