|Model name||SLAMMER （Seismic LAndslide Movement Modeled using Earthquake Records）|
|Related websites||Official website|
|Operating conditions||Windows, Apple, and Linux operating systems，225 MB of storage space on a hard drive|
|update time||2018-08-15 00:00|
|Tag||None None None|
This program is designed to facilitate conducting sliding-block analysis (also called permanent-deformation analysis) of slopes in order to estimate slope behavior during earthquakes. The program allows selection from among more than 2,100 strong-motion records from 28 earthquakes and allows users to add their own records to the collection. Any number of earthquake records can be selected using a search interface that selects records based on desired properties. Sliding-block analyses, using any combination of rigid-block (Newmark), decoupled, and fully coupled methods, are then conducted on the selected group of records, and results are compiled in both graphical and tabular form. Simplified methods for conducting each type of analysis are also included.
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