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try simulation model nays2d+

  • Mar 12 2022
  • vickyanggara09

I am a user of IRIC software from Indonesia, my activity is a teacher at one of the universities in Indonesia, and I tried several new features in the IRIC software including the nays2D+ solver. and when I did the experiment I found a problem that I couldn’t continue at the running stage, is there a solution with that.
I attached the message data from the iRIC app

massage stop running.pdf
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  1. vickyanggara09 says:

    thank you for the suggestions and input. after I followed your directions it turned out that the application was working

  2. pritikumaricetpa says:

    NAYS2D+ is a two-dimensional (2D) numerical simulation model that is used to simulate the behavior of soil and rock masses in geotechnical engineering. It is based on the finite element method (FEM) and can be used to simulate a wide range of geotechnical problems, such as slope stability, excavation, tunneling, and foundation engineering.

    The NAYS2D+ model is developed by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan. It has been used extensively in research and practical applications in geotechnical engineering.

    Some of the features of NAYS2D+ include the ability to model nonlinear soil behavior, such as plasticity and strain softening, and to incorporate the effects of groundwater flow. The model also includes various material models for soils and rocks, including the Mohr-Coulomb model and the Drucker-Prager model.

    Overall, NAYS2D+ is a powerful tool for simulating geotechnical problems and can provide valuable insights into the behavior of soil and rock masses in various geotechnical applications.
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