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GeoStudio 2019
Lingua: Ing S.O.: Win
Produttore: GeoSlope
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Introduzione in Italiano

GeoSlope sviluppa e commercializza i migliori software CAD per la modellazione geo-tecnica e geo-ambientale.

GeoStudio è la suite software che integra tutti i prodotti GeoSlope in un unico ambiente di lavoro (SLOPE/W, CTRAN/W, SEEP/W, SIGMA/W, TEMP/W, QUAKE/W, VADOSE/W).
Questa suite risponde in maniera completa a tutte le necessità di modellazione geo-tecnica.
In GeoStudio la definizione del modello viene condivisa tra i diversi tipi di analisi; per esempio una volta specificata un'analisi della stabilità con SLOPE/W, è possibile utilizzare SEEP/W per rappresentare graficamente la geometria senza definirla di nuova.
Tutti i dati sono ora salvati con la stessa tipologia di file basata sul formato XML; in questo modo è possibile applicare le diverse analisi agli stessi dati e condividere i risultati in tutte le analisi.

GeoStudio è disponibile in quattro versioni diverse per rispondere a al meglio a ogni tipo di esigenza. Inoltre i software inclusi in GeoStudio possono essere acquistati anche come pacchetti singoli.




Why choose GeoStudio?

Rigorous analytical capability. Sophisticated product integration. Broad application to diverse geo-engineering and earth science problems.

Combine analyses in a single, integrated project

GeoStudio enables you to combine analyses using different products into a single modeling project, using the results from one as the starting point for another.

Draw geometry directly or import CAD files

GeoStudio provides many tools to define the model domain including coordinate import, geometric item copy-paste, length and angle feedback, region merge and split, and DWG/DXF file import. 

Solve multiple analyses simultaneously

GeoStudio runs each analysis solver in parallel, allowing multiple analyses to be solved efficiently on computers with modern, multi-core processors.

Interpret results with visualization & graphics

GeoStudio provides powerful visualization tools, including graphing, contour plots, isolines, animations, interactive data queries and data exports to spreadsheets for further analysis.



GeoStudio's integrated products enable you to work across a broad range of engineering use cases.

Product Integration

Product Integration Diagram

Use GeoStudio products together for an integrated modeling experience.


Stability analysis of soil and rock slopes


Finite element analysis of groundwater flow in saturated / unsaturated porous media.


Finite element stress and deformation analysis of earth and structural materials.


Finite element analysis of earthquake liquefaction and dynamic loading.


Finite element analysis of heat transfer and phase change in porous media.


Finite element analysis of solute and gas transport in porous media.


Finite element analysis of air transfer in mine waste and other porous media.

How SLOPE/W works with other GeoStudio products

Use pore-water pressures from SEEP/W, SIGMA/W, or QUAKE/W

Using finite element computed pore-water pressures in SLOPE/W makes it possible to deal with highly irregular saturated/unsaturated conditions or transient pore-water pressure conditions in a stability analysis. For example, you can analyze changes in stability as the pore-water pressure changes with time.

Use stresses from SIGMA/W or QUAKE/W

Using finite element computed stresses in SLOPE/W allows you to conduct a stability analysis in addition to a static deformation or dynamic earthquake analysis. For example, you can compute the minimum factor of safety that will be reached during an earthquake, or you can find the resulting permanent deformation, if any, using a Newmark-type procedure.


How SEEP/W works with other GeoStudio products

Dissipate excess pore-water pressures generated by SIGMA/W or QUAKE/W

Excess pore-water pressures generated by static loading (e.g., fill placement) or by dynamic motion during an earthquake can be brought into SEEP/W to study how long it takes to dissipate the excess pressures.

Use SEEP/W pore-water pressures in SLOPE/W

Using finite element computed pore-water pressures in SLOPE/W makes it possible to deal with highly irregular saturated / unsaturated conditions or transient pore-water pressure conditions in a stability analysis. For example, you can analyze changes in stability as the pore-water pressure changes with time.

Use SEEP/W data inside a CTRAN/W model for contaminant transport or a TEMP/W model for convective heat transfer analysis.


How SIGMA/W works with other GeoStudio products

Use SIGMA/W stresses in SLOPE/W or QUAKE/W

Using finite element computed stresses in SLOPE/W makes it possible to conduct a rigorous stability analysis using the same stress values resulting from the deformation analysis. In addition, you can use SIGMA/W stresses as the initial stress state for a dynamic earthquake analysis in QUAKE/W.

Use SIGMA/W pore-water pressures in SLOPE/W or SEEP/W

Excess pore-water pressures generated by static loading, such as fill placement, can be brought into SEEP/W to study how long it takes to dissipate the excess pressures in the foundation. You can use SLOPE/W to analyze the effect of these excess pressures on stability during construction, allowing you to determine the need for staged loading.


How QUAKE/W works with other GeoStudio products

Use QUAKE/W results in a SLOPE/W stability analysis

Earthquake shaking of ground structures creates inertial forces that may affect the stability of the structures. The shaking may also generate excess pore-water pressures. Both the dynamic stress conditions and the generated pore-water pressures can be taken into SLOPE/W to study how an earthquake affects the earth structure stability and deformation. SLOPE/W can perform a Newmark-type of deformation analysis to determine the yield acceleration and estimate the permanent deformation of the earth structure.

Dissipate excess QUAKE/W pore-water pressures in SEEP/W

Excess pore-water pressures generated during an earthquake can be brought into SEEP/W to study how long it will take to dissipate them.


How TEMP/W works with other GeoStudio products

Use TEMP/W with SEEP/W to simulate interactions at the ground surface

Measured climate data can be imported into a coupled TEMP/W and SEEP/W analysis to determine the actual ground surface temperatures with or without snowpack, and actual evaporation rates. TEMP/W will use precipitation data to accumulate snow depths over the winter. An energy balance approach is used to calculate ground temperatures beneath snow and to melt snow during the spring. This information is used by SEEP/W to determine surface ponding, runoff and infiltration.

Use SEEP/W water flow in TEMP/W

An important consideration in a heat transport analysis is water movement, which can be obtained from a SEEP/W analysis. Once this water flow is known, it can be used in TEMP/W to study its impact on heat transfer.

Couple TEMP/W with SEEP/W or AIR/W to perform a density dependent fluid flow analyses.


How CTRAN/W works with other GeoStudio products

Use SEEP/W velocities in CTRAN/W

One of the major components in a contaminant transport analysis is the velocity of the water, which can be obtained from a SEEP/W analysis. Once this velocity is known, it can be used in CTRAN/W to study the transport of contaminants.

Perform density dependent analyses with CTRAN/W and SEEP/W

In density dependent fluid flow, the velocity of the water is dependent on the solute concentration. The water velocity in turn influences the movement of the solute. The iterative transfer of water velocity from SEEP/W to CTRAN/W and the transfer of concentration from CTRAN/W to SEEP/W makes it possible to analyze density dependent fluid flow.


How AIR/W works with other GeoStudio products

Use AIR/W data in TEMP/W

AIR/W and SEEP/W integrate with TEMP/W so that you can model convective heat transfer due to moving air and water. Conversely, you can have the thermal solution affect the air densities and pressures in AIR/W so that the air will flow based on thermal processes alone. AIR/W passes air content and mass flow vectors to TEMP/W and it returns the new temperature profile to AIR/W. All of this happens automatically based on your analysis type definition.


GeoStudio Integration Workflow

Use SLOPE/W to do a simple global stability analysis using a piezometric line to model pore-water pressures and the water surcharge load of a reservoir.

Use SEEP/W to do a steady-state seepage analysis and use the pore-water pressures directly in the SLOPE/W stability analysis. This provides a more realistic understanding of the stability due to the PWP conditions.

Use SIGMA/W to model load application or removal, and use these stresses directly in the SLOPE/W analysis, along with the finite element pore-water pressures, to determine the safety factor of the earth structure.

Use a coupled stress and pore-water pressure analysis to simultaneously model the effect of loading on the pore-water pressures and stresses. Then use the computed stresses and pore-water pressures directly in a SLOPE/W analysis.

Use QUAKE/W to consider dynamic loading on the structure from an earthquake. QUAKE/W can begin with the initial stress and PWP profile that has already been computed by SIGMA/W and SEEP/W and then apply earthquake accelerations to model the resulting change in stress.  A Newmark analysis can be conducted in SLOPE/W to determine the cumulative displacement along the critical slip surface.

Use SIGMA/W to redistribute the stresses generated by the earthquake in QUAKE/W, revealing the settlement that will occur in the earth structure. Use the final stresses and pore-water pressures in SLOPE/W to analyze stability at the end of shaking.


New Features

GeoStudio 2019

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New Features in GeoStudio 2019

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Improved reinforcement load definition

The method for defining reinforcement loads in GeoStudio 2019 has been improved. Reinforcements (such as anchors, soil nails, piles, etc.) can now be defined separately from the reinforcement geometry. The Define Reinforcements dialog box has been added and has been organized to better reflect natural work flow.

Improvements to drawing and defining individual reinforcements

Reinforcement lines can be drawn and modified in separate Draw Reinforcement Lines and Define Reinforcement Lines commands. Reinforcement lines can now be snapped to the ground surface line, so that the lines move with the ground surface if the geometry is modified.

Reinforcement sets added

A Reinforcement Sets dialog box has been added to GeoStudio 2019. The Draw Reinforcement Sets and Define Reinforcement Sets windows can be used to add, modify, or delete multiple reinforcement lines that share the same reinforcement properties. A single reinforcement type defined in Define Reinforcements can be applied to all lines within the reinforcement set using a single dropdown box. The spacing between reinforcement lines within a set can be based on a specified spacing between reinforcements or a specified number of reinforcements along the set range. Reinforcement sets can also snap to the ground surface line, so that all lines will remain on the ground surface if the geometry is modified.

Multiple geometries now supported

GeoStudio 2019 can now support multiple geometries within a single file. The geometry for separate analyses branches can be modified to account for changes in geometry, such as varying slope face angles, material depth, cross-section location, etc. without the need to create multiple files. This allows the materials and boundary conditions used in each analysis branch to be shared across the file, so that modifications to material or boundary condition property will only need to be changed once for all geometries within the same GeoStudio file.

Import DWG/DXF improved

The Import feature has been improved. The Import dialog box now allows materials to be imported with the regions. An option to simplify a complex geometry that is being imported has also been added to reduce the number of points along region interfaces. The coordinates of the imported geometry can be translated to start at local horizontal and/or vertical coordinates of zero in the GeoStudio file. When exporting the regions from GeoStudio 2019, each region geometry and material are now exported as layers, as well with the layer color.

Sketch pictures improved

The Sketch Pictures dialog box has been improved to include similar features as the other Sketch dialog boxes that were updated in GeoStudio 2018. GeoStudio 2019 now has the option to embed the pictures into the GeoStudio file. This allows the file to be moved or shared without the need to update the picture file location, as the picture will be saved within the GeoStudio file.

Sketch text improved

Sketch Text in GeoStudio 2019 can now be used to add borders, background colors, and anchor alignment to text objects on the drawing. The Sketch Table commands have also been improved to include these features.

64-bit now available

Handle larger analyses on 64-bit operating systems. The entire GeoStudio application is now 64-bit. (A 32-bit installer is available for older 32-bit operating systems.).


Complete Feature List

Combine Analyses in a Single, Integrated Project

The integrated GeoStudio software suite allows you to combine multiple analyses using different products into a single modelling project. You can then use the results from one analysis as the starting conditions for another one. New analyses can be easily created by cloning an existing analysis and adjusting its properties. When you are ready to analyze the model, GeoStudio solves the analyses in the appropriate order, taking advantage of parallel processing.

This unique and powerful feature greatly expands the types of problems you can analyze. Use this approach to model construction sequences, establish initial conditions, perform sensitivity analyses, model complex time sequences, or simply decompose a complex problem into a number of smaller, more manageable analyses.

Multi-view Modeling Environment

Docking windows in GeoStudio allow you to view information in multiple views so you can quickly access the data you need. You can customize the display of docking windows to suit your particular needs. A status bar provides both view information and quick access to commands such as zooming, and a progress bar during lengthy operations such as solving.

Docking windows include an Analysis Explorer, Solve Manager, Result Times, Slip Surfaces, and Sensitivity Runs. The Analysis Explorer displays a tree view of the analyses in the project, allowing you to quickly change the analysis you are viewing. The Solve Manager allows you to solve one or more analyses and watch their progress even while continuing to work on another analysis. The Result Times window displays a list of time steps that have computed results. When you select a time step, all currently displayed views and dialog boxes show the results computed for the selected time.

The Slip Surfaces window displays a list of SLOPE/W computed trial slip surfaces. When you select a slip surface, the Results view will show the complete slip surface results. If detailed results are unavailable, GeoStudio will compute them on-demand, allowing you to view detailed forces or graphs on any particular slip surface without having to designate it as a "critical" slip surface.

The Sensitivity Runs window displays a list of runs performed for a sensitivity analysis. Each sensitivity run is now a complete slope stability analysis, allowing you to view all computed slip surface results for each individual run.

Define Geometry using Drawing Tools or by Importing CAD files

Defining the geometry of the physical system is usually the first step in a numerical analysis. GeoStudio provides all the tools necessary to define the model domain including coordinate import, copy-paste geometric items, length and angle feedback, region merge, region split, and direct keyboard entry of coordinates, lengths, and angles.

AutoCAD DWG or DXF files can be imported directly into GeoStudio for the definition of domain geometry. In addition, image files can be imported, scaled, and the region geometry drawn directly over top.

Apply Materials to the Domain for each Analysis

Once the domain regions are defined, you can apply material properties to each of the regions individually or as a group. Applying materials to individual regions allows you to model different materials in different analyses. You can also remove portions of the domain in different analysis by not applying materials to these regions; this allows each analysis to consider new regions added to the domain in stages.

Material properties can also be applied globally to all analyses in the project or to individual analyses. Applying materials across all analyses makes it easy to change your material definition when you are using many analyses in a single project.

Define Soil and Rock Material Models using Flexible, Generalized Functions

GeoStudio makes broad use of generalized functions for material property and boundary condition definition. Enter parameters for pre-defined functions, or create your own functions using your own data. You can even write your own Add-In functions or constitutive models to compute material property values while the analysis is being solved, allowing you to extend GeoStudio in nearly infinite ways.

Automated Finite Element Meshing of the Geometry

When materials are applied to the domain regions in a finite element analysis, a default finite element mesh is automatically generated. While in many cases the default mesh is adequate, you can adjust the mesh either globally or by applying constraints to specific locations. This allows you to keep a coarse mesh in most regions while applying a fine mesh within particular portions of the domain that may have highly nonlinear properties or boundary conditions. As you adjust the local constraints, GeoStudio re-generates the mesh over the entire domain, while still preserving your existing model definition.

Use the Keyboard to Enter Coordinates While Drawing Objects

Coordinates can be entered using your keyboard while any drawing command is active. This keyboard input option allows you to enter Point coordinates using the x-y coordinates, length and angle input, offset lengths in the x-y directions, or simply the Point numbers. A tooltip displays this information while drawing points using drawing commands such as Draw Regions. Undo and Redo is supported while using the drawing commands.

Integrate your own Code using GeoStudio Add-Ins

You can write supplemental programs called Add-Ins that will be called by the GeoStudio Solver when it solves your analyses. A Function Add-In takes the place of a function defined in GeoStudio, and offers the flexibility of computing function results that vary dynamically based on the current mesh state.

GeoStudio provides an Add-In API ("application programming interface") that your Add-In can use to query parameter values while GeoStudio is solving the analysis. You can use these values to return the required function parameter value. You can also use the Add-In API to write out your own custom parameters for later viewing using the regular GeoStudio result visualization features.

Each Add-In function is an object that GeoStudio associates with either a node or gauss point, depending on the kind of function that references the Add-In. Boundary condition functions are assigned at nodes, and Material property functions at gauss points. There are many instances of the function object created when the solver runs, one for each node or gauss point where the function is used.

In SLOPE/W, an Add-In can be written to access data that exists at the base of a slice where that slice contacts the failure plane (or slip circle).

GeoStudio Add-Ins are based on Microsoft .NET, allowing you to write your Add-In using languages such as C#, F#, or VB.NET.

Efficient, Parallel Solving of the Project Analyses

GeoStudio runs each analysis solver in parallel, allowing multiple analyses to be solved efficiently on computers with modern, multi-core processors. When analysing a single problem, the appropriate GeoStudio solver will still perform much of the computations in parallel.

Interpret Results with Powerful Graphing, Visualization, and Data Management

Interpretation is one of the most difficult aspects of numerical modelling. GeoStudio provides powerful tools for visualizing and interpreting the results:

  • Graphing tools let you plot almost any computed parameter
  • Contour plots display computed parameters that vary spatially over the domain
  • Isolines display a single parameter value as a line in the domain
  • Isolines computed at different times can be shown simultaneously on the domain
  • Computed results over time can be plotted or animated in a movie
  • Data can be interactively queried at any location
  • Data can be exported and taken directly into a spreadsheet for further analysis
  • Each GeoStudio product provides additional ways of interpreting the analysis results

Display Legends for Material Properties, Contour Plots, and Color Maps

When defining material properties, you can apply a Material Legend to indicate the materials applied to the model domain for visualization purposes. Legends can also be displayed for contour plots and other visualization tools like factor of safety color maps in SLOPE/W.

Add Notes, Labels, Pictures, and Dimensions on the Drawing

Additional notes can be added as text to the drawing. Add any text you like, or use "dynamic" text that is connected to your model data. This allows you to place labels on the drawing that automatically update as the model changes.

Add pictures to your drawing such as a drawing created in AutoCAD, a corporate logo, or a photo of the site.

Add dimensional objects to the drawing page by simply clicking on the beginning and end point of interest and dragging the dimension object above or below the line. You can also choose the colour of the dimension drawing and text by changing the colour prior to drawing the dimensional object.

Create a Printing Template in Page Layout Mode

The Page Layout mode allows for improved presentation of models and results. After setting up an analysis, you can switch to Page Layout to specify the printing properties, including page size and orientation, and drawing scale. This configuration can be saved as a template or an existing Page Layout configuration can be imported into the current file for consistent presentation of model results in multiple project files.

Automate GeoStudio with the GeoCmd Command Line Interface

GeoCmd is a command-line utility that makes it more convenient to work with large numbers of data files. You can automate GeoStudio to solve, upgrade, or generate reports for many project files sequentially.

Upgrade Files from Older GeoStudio Versions and Save to Older Formats

GeoStudio can read in files created by any earlier version of GeoStudio. GeoStudio can also save your current project file as an older version, allowing you to continue working with other members of your team who are not using the latest GeoStudio version.

Multi-language GeoStudio Versions

The GeoStudio user interface can be shown in multiple languages besides English, including Chinese, French and Spanish. When installing GeoStudio, you can select your preferred language or change it later.

GeoStudio Licensing and Delivery

GeoStudio is delivered completely in digital form, without any physical packaging. This eliminates your shipping costs, speeds up and simplifies the purchasing process, and is more eco-friendly! All GeoStudio resources, including engineering books, are digitized and available online.

Stand-alone licenses do not require a hardware dongle attached to your computer, although one can be used if preferred. Instead, you can simply activate your computer to use your GeoStudio license. To use your GeoStudio license on a different computer, you can transfer your activation to that computer.

Instead of activating GeoStudio on each computer, you can purchase a Network license, allowing access from anywhere on your network. Network licenses are controlled using a license server with a web-based monitoring interface. Network licenses can be "re-hosted" onto new server hardware using an included activation utility.

Licenses are renewed annually, and can be automatically downloaded and installed when running GeoStudio.

Maintenance for GeoStudio can be purchased annually to ensure access to the latest GeoStudio versions. Maintenance also provides you with access to basic engineering support as you create your models, as well as full licensing and installation support.


Minimum System Requirements

Microsoft® Windows® 10, Windows® 8.1, Windows® 8, Windows® 7 SP1

Intel® Pentium® 4 or better, or AMD OpteronT or AthlonT 64 or better (GeoStudio is optimized for multi-core Intel processors.)

1 GB hard disk space

1024x768 screen resolution

Microsoft® .NET 4.0 will be installed automatically if it is missing.

License Activation

An Internet connection is helpful to activate or renew a license, although offline activations can be accommodated by contacting
Ensure your firewall allows access to and

Supported Virtual Machines

The latest release of GeoStudio can be run on these VM platforms:

  • VMware® ESXiT 5.5 and 6.0
  • VMware® WorkstationT 11 and 12
  • Microsoft® Hyper-V® on Windows Server® 2016, 2012 R2, 2012, and Windows® 10
  • Citrix® XenServer® 6.2, 6.5 and 7.0

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