|Registration is Open for DFI’s Virtual S3: Slopes, Slides and Stabilization Software-Series Webinar|
May 18, 2020, Hawthorne N.J.:
Registration is now open at www.dfi.org/S3-2020 for DFI’s S3: Slopes, Slides and Stabilization webinar being held Wednesday, August 5, from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST (US).
The webinar is part of an ongoing software discussion series for DFI's S3: Slopes, Slides and Stabilization conferences developed to further industry understanding of the use of software for slope stabilization problems.
The software panel discussion kicks-off with a presentation, “Incorporating Deep Foundations in Limit-Equilibrium Slope Stability Analyses: Revisiting Fundamentals and Seismic Applications,” by Ben Turner, Ph.D., P.E., Dan Brown and Associates. The presentation puts forward a real-world slope stabilization problem that a panel will then address.
Following the introductory presentation, providers of commonly used software packages will discuss, analyze and present solutions to the problem; discuss how the software was used to prepare various solutions; and provide tips on using packages to produce and validate solutions. Panelists represent Bentley/Soilvision/Plaxis, GEOSTASE, Itasca and Rocscience.
Next year, DFI’s S3 2021: Slopes, Slides and Stabilization will be held at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco from August 3-5, 2021.About Deep Foundations Institute (DFI)
DFI (www.dfi.org) is an international association of contractors, engineers, manufacturers, suppliers, academics and owners in the deep foundations industry. Our multidisciplinary membership creates a consensus voice and a common vision for continual improvement in the planning, design and construction of deep foundations and excavations. We bring together members for networking, education, communication and collaboration. With our members, we promote the advancement of the deep foundations industry through technical committees, educational programs and conferences, publications, research, government relations and outreach. DFI has more than 3,500 members worldwide.