REE develops their advanced geotechnical numerical modelling capabilities with Itasca’s FLAC 8.0

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REE has routinely been using geotechnical Limit Equilibrium Modelling (LEM) codes such as Rockscience’s Slide and GeoSlope’s Geostudio, and Finite Element Modelling (FEM) codes like Rockscience’s Slide and RS2, Plaxis, and Optum G2 for design and analysis tasks. For advanced and specialist geotechnical modelling, such as earthquake-induced deformation or static liquefaction assessment, we also use…

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Light at the end of the Tunnel!

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REE are proud to have been awarded the certification and geotechnical assessment services for the Rocky Creek Dam tunnel plug. The project comprises the careful excavation of a new 20m deep tunnel shaft and access adit (horizontal passage for the purposes of access) to enable a plug to the existing Rocky Creek Dam tunnel.  The works will…

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REE present at ACIGS workshop on Geosynthetics in Mining Engineering

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Red Earth Engineering were proud to sponsor the Australian Chapter of the International Geosynthetics Society (ACIGS) half day workshop in Brisbane Friday 22 February, 2019. During the event, REE Senior Engineer Drew Crossley presented a case study on a TSF closure project that we successfully completed. The workshop focused on the application of geosynthetics in mine operations and…

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