TSLOPE has evolved through use by leading geotechnical engineers, and is in the final stages of development before full commercial release. We are currently soliciting proposals from interested geotechnical engineers to work with us on problems that will challenge the software.
Read more about TSLOPE here.
Dr Robert Pyke has worked in the geotechnical engineering industry for over 30 years. He was responsible for the development and support of the original software.
Dr Ian Brown, a geological engineering consultant based in New Zealand,has assumed responsibility for further development of the TAGAsoft program library.
Over the history of TAGAsoft, there have been a number of talented software engineers who have developed the TAGA programs.
The current software development is lead by Mr Peter Wood, who has qualifications in both civil engineering and computer science. He has been responsible for the breakthrough in programming Spencer’s method in 3D, is now available in TSLOPE.
How would you carry out a stability analysis of this open pit mine slope using your present software of choice?
Do you want to be able to analyse real world slope stability problems using a 3D model?
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