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Finite element analysis program of Liquefacqtion Process/Response of Soil-structure systems during Earthquakes, FLIP ROSE®, is a computer program for dynamic effective stress analysis of soil-structure systems during earthquakes, including soil liquefaction. The program computes residual displacements of soil-structure systems induced by earthquakes and associated stress and strain in structural members.
The FLIP programs are available for the members of the FLIP Consortium. A corporation or an individual in overseas who wants to use the FLIP programs, please apply for the Overseas Membership of FLIP Consortium.
The FLIP programs include two dimensional effective stress analysis that allows redistribution and dissipation of excess pore water pressures based on the constitutive model called cocktail glass model, three dimensional effective stress analysis with various structural elements, two dimensional large deformation/finite strain effective stress analysis, and a program applicable to analysis of clayey materials. (Click here for examples of applications of FLIP ROSE 2D and 3D). For admission to the Overseas Membership of the FLIP Consortium, click here.
| FLIP ROSE® was originally developed by Port and Harbor Research Institute, Ministry
of Transport (currently Port and Airport Research Institute) and advanced
through the cooperative efforts with Kyoto University and Coastal Development
Institute of Technology.
FLIP ROSE has been widely used for seismic performance evaluation and seismic design of urban structures.
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