The student version of SVOffice™ 2009 is free to download! SVOffice™ 2009 will run on any PC with Windows 2000 or later, with at least 100 MB of free hard disk space.

DOCUMENTATION

    SVOffice 2009 Brochure

MODEL CREATION TUTORIALS

Creating models with SVOffice™ is done the same way in all of its modeling applications. The following animated tutorials demonstrate standard software features to create these models:

Opening a Problem - This video shows users how to access the Projects/Problems form. Users are shown how to navigate through the tree structure and select a problem. (180 Kb)

Drawing Geometric Figures (2D) - This video shows users how to access the Regions form. New regions are created and users are shown how to draw shapes. (290 Kb)

Specifying Plots - The user is shown how to specify individual plots through the Plots form. (330 Kb)

Specifying Output Files - The user is shown how to specify output file type through the Plots form. (340 Kb)

Analyzing & Visualizing - The user is shown how to analyze a problem. FlexPDE launches, solves the problem, writes a script, and gives a 2D visualization for each variable. (225 Kb)

Using AcuMesh™ - The user is shown how to alter the view of a model and what each model displays in AcuMesh™. In this example, a contour plot is selected and available for full 3D rotational viewing. (950 Kb)

Solution Modification - Users are shown how to modify equations, and thus solutions in FlexPDE. How to define variables and their corresponding plots is also provided. (360 Kb)

APPLICATION SPECIFIC TUTORIALS

Each modeling package in SVOffice™ contains unique features designed to solve a particular problem. The following animated tutorials demonstrate these features, grouped together by application.



FAQ

  • Is SVOffice™ 2009 a separate program ?
  • Why should I purchase this package over other geotechnical software suites?
  • What type of support do you offer?
  • What testing has been performed to ensure the accuracy of SVOffice™ 2009 programs?

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