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If you are looking for GEO5, you have come to the right place. We explain what GEO5 is and point you to the official download.

What is GEO5?

GEO5 is an application suit developed and released to provide solutions to problems related to geotecniques. The entire package is made up of individual platy forms that are tasked to address different facets of geotechnical problems. All modules generated using this application suite can be programmed to interact with on another to generate a single analysis of the problem. The initial set of GEO applications were published in the early ‘90s by the company Fine Limited.

Aside from being used in the field of geotechnical engineering, the software is also employed by professionals in conducting analysis of the properties surrounding runnels such as slopes, and potential building damages brought about by the establishment of tunnels. The software is built around a set of analytical and scientific measure called Finite Element Method. Methods of computation used in identifying stability of slope and design of sheets also let users to conduct the essential verification before a structure is built. The Finite Element Method technology provides an overall look at the structure and its surrounding prior to the construction which therefore elevates the design safety aspect of a project.

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File types supported by GEO5

About file types supported by GEO5

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Last updated: : July 15, 2013