December 2005
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CONTENTS
  • Special Discounts!
  • Plant Transpiration
  • Electronic Help Files
  • Lite Versions
  • Upcoming Conferences
  • Free Student Versions
  • Landfill Slope Stability
  • 2006 Short Courses
  • Congratulations!
Special Discounts!

As further incentive to choose SoilVision software for your next project, we would like to extend a 10% discount on our ChemFlux and SVSolid packages.





Place your software order today, because this special discount only lasts for the month of December.

To access our price listings, click or download a software order form, click here.
Plant Transpiration

SVFlux version 5 now implements evapotranspiration. This feature is designed to simulate the extraction of water from a root zone by plant transpiration.

This is another feature that distinguishes SVFlux as the most advanced seepage and groundwater modeling package available.

The evapotranspiration feature is a FREE update for SVFlux 5.0 Professional customers.

Click here to find out more.
Electronic Help Files

Our finite element modeling software products now contain context-sensitive electronic help files. Content from user's manuals can be accessed with an F1 click from any dialog within our software. This feature was designed to make modeling with our software even easier!

Click here to download the latest student versions of our finite element modeling software.
Lite Versions

Cost-effective Lite versions of our SVFlux and SVSolid packages are available. These Lite versions are similar to the standard versions, but are missing some advanced features. For the month of December 2005, we are offering the commercial version of SVFlux Lite at $1798 USD!

Click here to download the latest student versions of our finite element modeling software.
Upcoming Conferences

See us at the NGWA Ground Water Expo, December 13-16 in Cobb County, Georgia. At this conference we will have an exhibitor booth and be part of the groundwater modeling session.

In February, SoilVision Systems will be attending and exhibiting at the GeoCongress2006 conference, in Atlanta, GA.

In March, we will be exhibiting at the 7th ICARD and SME annual meeting in St. Louis, Missouri. We are also holding a numerical modeling short course at this conference. To find out more about the short course, click here.

In April, SoilVision will have an exhibit at the 4th International Conference on Unsaturated Soils in Carefree, Arizona.

To find out more about past and upcoming conferences, click here.

Free Student Versions

Due to our committment to education, free student versions of all our software packages are available. Allow your students to solve problems in a fraction of the time. Available to students and consultants.

SVFlux ChemFlux
SVSolid SVHeat
SVDynamic SVAirFlow
Landfill Slope Stability

Birdsall Engineering, Inc. has completed an unconventional slope stability project using our SVDynamic software.



To find out more about this project, click here.

Software Discounts!

SoilVision Systems Ltd. would like to invite you to attend our 2006 modeling short courses.

January 25, 2006
Numerical Modeling Of Unsaturated Soils
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC, Canada

March 25-26, 2006
State of the Art Techniques for Mine Waste Closure Planning: Characterization, Monitoring and Modeling
St. Louis, MO, USA
7th ICARD

April 1, 2005
Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice
Phoenix, AZ, USA
4th International Conference on Unsaturated Soils

For more information on these short courses, click here.
Congratulations!

SoilVision Systems Ltd. would like to extend our congratulations to Bob Nelson of PDESolutions Inc. on 31 years of finite element development.

His focused work on the FlexPDE finite element solver has resulted in a unique product which forms an integral part of the SoilVision Systems Ltd. geotechnical product line.

His implementation of advanced features such as automatic mesh generation and refinement, automatic timestep refinement, and moving meshes allow application of cutting edge numerical concepts to geotechnical engineering practice.

For a more complete description of the history of this unique product please click here.