Earthquakes

Itasca’s engineers have wide experience working on earthquake engineering, microseismic measurement and analyses, and explosive and impulsive loading; Itasca’s commercial software is the best available for dynamic modeling for engineering design, factor of safety prediction, research and testing, and back-analysis of failure. The finite volume strength reduction method (FV-SRM) approach can incorporate structural elements for soil-structure interaction, hydrodynamic effects, and groundwater pore pressure and flow for time-dependent pore pressure change associated with liquefaction. Itasca uses the most advanced 2D liquefaction constitutive models available (UBCSand and PM4Sand) and has developed a new 3D liquefaction constitutive mode, P2PSand, that is based on standard soil property data.

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Upcoming Events
16 Aug
RockEng 2022
The theme of RockEng22 is Canadian Strengths and Future Directions in Rock Mechanics.... Read More
26 Aug
Deep Foundations Institute S3: Slopes, Slides and Stabilization
The conference focuses on effective application of deep foundations, ground improvement, and soil mixing for stabilization of slopes an... Read More
30 Aug
ACG Caving 2022
The Block and Sublevel Caving Conferences provide a platform for mining companies to be kept informed of the latest technological devel... Read More