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AEC Slope seamlessly integrates within AutoCAD and enables you to quickly analyze roads, railways, canal embankments and the stability of slopes.
Although AEC Slope works with most CAD applications, the process of specifying the minimum details is quite simple. All you have to do is to input the reservoir and the tail water level, then let AEC Slope do the rest of the work.







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AEC Slope is a slope stability analysis and design tool. It provides a 3D visual analysis of a range of slopes. It can be used for slope stability analysis, slope design and slope failure analyses. It can be used to analyse, design and document any slope up to 5 degrees and perform a simulation of the slope.
AEC Slope is an analytical solution and is built for extensive use. Its systematic analysis is based on decades of research. It is a versatile tool that can be used to analyse any kind of slope no matter how complex. It can be used as a design tool for client projects and to support engineering teams.
AEC Slope is great to use when the client needs to provide a sketch or configuration of the problem. AEC Slope has the ability to generate 3D cross-sections and summaries of the problem, which can then be used to generate your own complex analysis. The results can then be emailed to the client.
AEC Slope is also great for simulating failures. This can be used to investigate what effect a change in the ground conditions would have on a slope or to assess the natural consequences of large man-made works.
AEC Slope uses the most advanced numerical simulation code available. It uses the ground condition data supplied to work out the stresses and the maximum deflections of any particular point of interest. This simulates any scenario you need.
AEC Slope is one of the most advanced slope design tools available. It is part of the single package, AEC SUITE.
AEC Slope is always ready to use. AEC Slope is designed so that you can start working with it straight away. To use it, simply follow the on-screen instructions and enter your reservoir and tail water level. AEC Slope will then give you an analysis of your problem.


AEC Slope was created with the following Applications:

• AutoCAD
• AutoCAD Map 3D
• AutoCAD LT
• MSDraw
• Quantum GIS
• QGIS 3D — r1.7
• QGIS 2D — r1.8
• QGIS 1.7 — r2.3
• IrfanView
• SnapIt

AEC Slope can work with these file formats:


AEC Slope supports the following operating systems:

AEC Slope

— Specifies the reservoir, the tail water level and the watershed.

— Allows you to specify the minimum area, length and width of the tract.

— Calculates the slope of the watershed and the centerline of the river.

— Calculates the slope and the deposit area (depth) of the river.

— Calculates the base and the height of the watershed.

— Calculates the area of the foothills.

AEC Slope Free Download is a Windows-based program, but AEC Slope Crack Free Download can be easily converted to a Mac program.

Let’s test the program:

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Set up the inputs:


In reservoir (in meters):


In tail water level (in meters):


In tracts (in hectares):


Then run AEC Slope.

AEC Slope Output. Click image to enlarge.

Possible Slopes, Minimum Area, and the Amount of Water Dumped into the Reservoir

Every calculation is based on a value called ‘contents’. A water course is considered a ‘route’ which automatically registers in a dictionary. The dictionary contains 20 route classes, the names of which start with ‘RO’ and ‘HO’, which correspond to the following 20 classes:
RO-01, RO-02,…, RO-19, and HO-01, HO-02,…, HO-19.

If the route class name starts with RO and one of its priority characters is ‘1’, this means that the route class is a ‘River Route’. If the priority is zero, this is a ‘Water-Reservoir Route’. The route class names start with ‘HO’, ‘WP’, ‘BW’ and ‘SW’ if they relate to hill, pool, basin and swale, respectively.

The following example has been generated for a reservoir, the tail water level is at 70m, and the river tract is at 100 ha.

Here is how the calculation process works:

The process begins by reading the inputs and checking if there are any

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* For all engineering projects;
* For hydrogeology projects;
* For glaciology projects;
* For seawater level (the sea floor and tides and currents);
* For dams;
* For trenches and canals;
* For pipeline route planning;
* For pipeline stability analysis;
* For canal and river engineering and for engineering of channeling systems;
* For transportation projects;
* For railways.

AEC Slope Demo Video:

See also
Comparison of software for geomorphology


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What’s New In AEC Slope?

What’s New
AEC Slope 3.0 is a new version of AEC Slope. Following are the key differences between AEC Slope 3.0 and AEC Slope 2.0.

New functionality
Enhanced Slope Conditioning with its graphical User Interface and 3D visualization capability have made AEC Slope more effective and easier to use for engineers.
When defining the slope condition, you can now choose «Degree» from the «Configuration» tab as well as from the «Plate Elevation» tab. This gives you a better understanding of the condition and can simplify your operation.
When defining the slope, you can now choose the «Variable Joints» option from the «Slope Type» tab, which enables you to directly specify the gradient of each joint.
New spreadsheet functionality: you can now choose the test method from the «Estimation Methods» tab to perform the calculation.
Support for BS_XML format: you can now import slope design results from BS_XML format.

User Interface Enhancements
The visualized AEC Slope results, the profile, hillshading and horizon display are all adjustable to improve the user experience.
When defining the slope conditions, there is now a «Description» field available in the Main screen to describe your condition.
Previously, the «Display Mode» field was used to specify the display mode, which had not been the most user-friendly. AEC Slope 3.0 has now moved this function to the «Display Settings» screen.
To improve the user interface (UI), AEC Slope 3.0 supports different UI schemas: icon, interface, tooltip, and ribbon.

Regional functions
AEC Slope 3.0 supports to calculate and generate the GIS layout from AEC Slope results, which is useful for the design of information architecture.

Core functions
AEC Slope 3.0 supports many more functions, including generation of GIS layout from slopes and reservoirs, simulation of surface flow and subsurface flow, and many more.

The first part of «New functionality» means that you can get more information about the slope condition from the «Configuration» tab. For example, when you choose «Degree» from the «Configuration» tab, you can specify a «Maximum Slope Degree Angle» and a «Maximum Angle between Slope Sections».

System Requirements:

— A fully patched copy of the Windows operating system
— At least 1 GB of RAM (or 8 GB RAM if the processor has 512 MB of ECC)
— A graphics card with a DirectX 9-capable 3D display
— An Intel or AMD Processor with MMX or SSE2 support
— A CD or DVD drive (including a bootable DVD)
— Approximately 32 MB of free hard disk space
— Supported sound card and driver
— A fully patched copy of the


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