Last Updated March 13, 2018
GeoStudio is a product suite for geotechnical and geo-environmental modeling, broad enough to handle all your modeling needs. Product licenses can be purchased individually or in single-user bundles.
All seven GeoStudio products are available to buy on their own.
SLOPE/W is the leading slope stability software for computing the factor of safety of earth and rock slopes. SLOPE/W can effectively analyze both simple and complex problems for a variety of slip surface shapes, pore-water pressure conditions, soil properties, analysis methods and loading conditions.
SEEP/W enables analyzing of groundwater seepage and excess pore-water pressure dissipation problems within porous materials such as soil and rock. SEEP/W can be applied to the analysis and design of geotechnical, civil, hydrogeological, and mining engineering projects.
SIGMA/W can be used to perform stress and deformation analyses of earth structures. SIGMA/W can perform a simple linear elastic deformation analysis or a highly sophisticated, nonlinear elastic-plastic effective stress analysis.
QUAKE/W enables dynamic analysis of earth structures subjected to earthquake shaking, or point dynamic forces from a blast or a sudden impact load. It determines the motion and excess pore-water pressures that arise due to shaking.
TEMP/W enables analyzing of thermal changes in the ground due to environmental factors or the construction of facilities such as buildings or pipelines. TEMP/W can be applied to the geothermal analysis and design of geotechnical, civil, and mining engineering projects.
CTRAN/W models the movement of contaminants through porous materials. It makes it possible to analyze simple particle tracking in response to the movement of water, to complex processes involving diffusion, dispersion, adsorption, radioactive decay and density dependencies.
AIR/W analyzes groundwater-air interaction problems within porous materials such as soil and rock. It enables analyses ranging from simple, saturated steady-state problems to sophisticated, saturated/unsaturated time-dependent problems.