STABL is a computer program initially developed as a public domain program by engineers at Purdue University. The program is used for slope stability analysis. The windows version of the program allows analysis of unreinforced slopes, slopes with tiebacks, as well as slopes reinforced with nails or geogrids using the Bishop, Janbu simplified, and Spencer methods.
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