NEWS

  • 13th August 2019 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.7.4) is available for download.

  • 1st May 2019 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.7.3) is available for download.

  • 15th March 2019 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.7.2) is available for download.

  • 5th February 2019 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.7.1) is available for download.

  • 6th December 2018 - The new RocPro3D version (5.7.0) is available for download.

  • 13th November 2018 - The Sichuan University (China), acquires an education license of RocPro3D.

  • 14th July 2018 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.6.4) is available for download.

  • 17th May 2018 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.6.3) is available for download.

  • 30th April 2018 - The company IMSRN, PACA/Corsica branch (FR) acquires a professional license of RocPro3D.

  • 22nd February 2018 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.6.2) is available for download.

  • 16th February 2018 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.6.1) is available for download.

  • 19th November 2017 - The new RocPro3D version (5.6.0) is available for download.

  • 16th November 2017 - The Italian National Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA, IT), acquires an education license of RocPro3D.

  • 10th September 2017 - The new RocPro3D version (5.5.0) is available for download.

  • 31st August 2017 - The Candelaria Mine, Lundin Mining Corporation (CL), acquires a professional license of RocPro3D.

  • 17th May 2017 - The company Pyrite Ingénierie (FR), acquires a professional license of RocPro3D.

  • 15th May 2017 - The Nevsehir Haci Bektas Veli University (TR), acquires an academic license of RocPro3D.

  • 3rd May 2017 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.4.1) is available for download.

  • 1st April 2017 - Service de l'Urbanisme (SAU), Papeete (PF), acquires a professional license of RocPro3D.

  • 18th March 2017 - The new RocPro3D version (5.4.0) is available for download.

  • 14th February 2017 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.3.2) is available for download.

  • 13th January 2017 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.3.1) is available for download.

  • 3rd January 2017 - The Institute for environmental geology and geo-engineering (IGAG-NRC), Faculty of Engineering, Sapienza University, Roma (IT), acquires an education license of RocPro3D.

  • 15th December 2016 - The Geology Department of Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon (PT), acquires an education license of RocPro3D.

  • 12th August 2016 - The new RocPro3D version (5.3.0) is available for download.

  • 18th July 2016 - University of Portsmouth (UK) acquires an education license of RocPro3D.

  • 29th June 2016 - University of Rijeka (HR) acquires a professional and an education license of RocPro3D.

  • 26th June 2016 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.2.1) is available for download.

  • 18th June 2016 - The new RocPro3D version (5.2.0) is available for download.

  • 25th May 2016 - University Putra Malaysia (MY) acquires an education license of RocPro3D.

  • 13th May 2015 - The company GéoChablais (FR) acquires the RocPro3D software.

  • 8th January 2015 - The company françoisxaviermarquis sàrl (CH) acquires the RocPro3D software.

  • 25th September 2014 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.1.3) is available for download.

  • 4th April 2014 - The RocPro3D patch version (5.1.2) is available for download.

  • 5th March 2014 - The new RocPro3D version (5.1.0) is available for download.

  • December 2013 - University of Siena (IT) acquires an education license of RocPro3D.

  • September 2013 - Aix-en-Provence and Nouméa branches of the group GINGER-CEBTP choose RocPro3D for their study of rockfall hazards.

  • October 2012 - IGME (Spanish Geological and Mining Institute) acquires the RocPro3D software.

  • 2012 - The CEREMA (FR) branches from Lyon, Ouest and Méditerranée acquire the RocPro3D rockfall simulation software.

RocPro3D software



The software for simulation of rock falls in three dimensions !

2019/08/13 - RocPro3D v.5.7.4 has just been released : Contact us to test the trial version!

Download the information leaflet of RocPro3D release 5.1

CONCEPT

RocPro3D is a three-dimensional software for trajectography modeling of rock falls and for assisting protection design. It has been marketed since 2005.

RocPro3D uses a probabilistic approach reflecting both changes in shape of blocks, in soil characteristics and in the terrain irregularities.

Our powerful grid computing algorithms allows:

• definition of various soils with different geomechanical characteristics
• definition of several initial starting lines or areas for rock fall simulations
• instantaneous calculations with hundreds of non-homogenous blocks
• visualization of trajectories through cross-sections in 2D or 3D view
• visualization of digitalized maps for DTM rendering
• determination of true zones of risks
• positioning of protection works


DIGITAL TERRAIN MODEL

Our easy to use front end will allow you to be productive in quick delays:
• building a terrain from scratch, starting with a scanned image, is a 20 minutes process. And it is easy to add/remove mesh points at each step of your study,
• importing a TXT, CSV or DXF files (AUTOCAD data, ARCVIEW data,...) is even faster. You can also import DEM, PLY, 3DS and STL files.
Moreover a mesh is quickly built using a modified Delaunay algorithm, which can be constrained with level curves or other boundary conditions.
Elevation models can also be defined from a simple cross section, by entering topographic coordinates and a width for extruding this cross-sectional area.


SOIL PARAMETERS

Integrating soil parameters is a "one" click process :
• creation of various soils with their physical characteristics (Rn, Rt, angle variations of horizontal and vertical rebound, sliding coefficient, random parameters and distribution method, color...)
• assignment of a soil to each triangle of the mesh. This process is fully managed with a simple mouse click or region boundaries selection


RESULTS

RocPro3D is articulated on four interactive windows for analysing results, which allows to see :
• cartographic 2D & 3D views
• cross-section views, with data on each impact point (coordinates, soils, angle and speed before and after rebound…), and variation of block energies along trajectories

• perpendicular views across trajectories, with height & energy data when blocks were stopped by your defined protection works
• curves and statistical graphs & plots for height and energies




• Percentage & location of blocks reaching your protections and other useful informations
• maps of energy, class energy, height of blocks, velocity, travel time of blocks, trajectory density, impacts and stopping points


DIMENSIONING OF PROTECTION WORKS

The dimensioning of protection works is very easy using RocPro3D.
Create a protection work by simply drawing a line catching block trajectories (blue line), and specify a height.
In the 3D view, the trajectories catched by your protection do not pass through, and are traced so you can instantly see and analyze the results while varying the height and the position (simple drag the line in the 2D view).
in the block energies view, all the catched trajectories are represented by a point in a XZ plotting representation.
The ground is also drawn by a topographic line. Finally the color variation of points indicate the energy intensity.