Course: 5th HEC-RAS Water Modelling
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Using the latest version 5.0 of HEC-RAS, this week-long series of courses covers basic, intermediate and advanced levels across both 1D and 2D.
HEC-RAS is recognised as an industry standard hydraulic modelling program that is widely used throughout the world.
The 1-day courses run consecutively through the week, enabling attendees to join any combination of the courses.
Date: Monday, 11 September, 2017 - Friday, 15 September, 2017
Location: Mercure Hotel Brisbane
Contact: Trevor Pillar T: 08 8236 5200 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Surface Water Solutions
Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineering design, and project management for flood mitigation, mine rehabilitation, river and wetland restoration, stormwater management and catchment assessment projects. Krey’s specialties include: 2D hydraulic modelling, bridge and culvert replacement, bank stabilisation, landform design, mine closure, coastal engineering, river mechanics, environmental restoration, geomorphic design, fish passage, and dam decommissioning. Krey has extensive software development and lecturing experience; his career includes 15 years developing hydraulic models for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and he has recently provided training to over 100 course attendees using the newly released HEC-RAS 5.0 software.
Mark has over 34 years of experience in water resources engineering, specialising in flood control planning and design, floodplain management, rainfall/runoff modelling, hydraulic modelling, dam breach analysis, and alluvial fan modelling. He has extensive experience in a wide range of modelling programs, including the Corps of Engineers hydrologic and hydraulic modelling programs. Mark has also conducted numerous hydrologic and hydraulic modelling and floodplain management training courses, including HEC-RAS 2D analysis for individual clients and technical society conferences. He also has considerable experience in both the public and private sectors performing technical review of hydrologic/hydraulic reports and providing litigation support as an expert witness. As the global Practice Leader for Floodplain Management and Modelling, Mark is responsible for development of technical best practices and training in these disciplines, oversight of the Surface Water Modelling Practice Group and providing technical leadership and risk management.
Dr Robert Keller has over thirty years of experience in Civil Engineering Hydraulics. Currently a consulting engineer, he has over twenty years of experience in river engineering and hydraulic structures. He was previously an Associate Professor at Monash University where the department honoured Robert by naming its Hydraulics Facility after him. He has carried out many flood studies using the HEC-RAS program and has conducted many training courses in the use of HEC-RAS. Dr Keller’s main areas of expertise are: Open channel flow, flood plain hydraulics, physical and numerical modelling, sediment transport, hydraulic structures, urban hydraulics.
Workshop PROGRAM Note: All course days will be taught using HEC-RAS 5.0 software
This training is offered in association with Floodplain Management Australia, Engineers Australia the Australian Hydrographers Association and the Australian Water Association. Members of EA, FMA, AHA, AWA receive a 20% Discount.
This training will use the latest Version 5.0 of HEC-RAS, a globally-respected water modelling package, available for free download from the US Army Corps of Engineers, who author and support this software. The new version includes two-dimensional floodplain modelling, unsteady sediment transport, bank erosion, water quality, and the RAS Mapper GIS interface.
This week consists of five courses, run consecutively, and you can attend any combination of courses with respect to your level of experience and understanding.
Course attendees will learn to build, run, and animate flood models using the free HEC-RAS software
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– Understand the methods used by HEC-RAS software in modelling channel and flood plain storage
– Learn about unsteady flow and sediment transport analyses
– Undertake hands-on HEC-RAS modelling exercises with full instruction
– Know how to consult with modellers and to engage with management regarding HEC-RAS models
– Know when it is appropriate to build an expensive model and when back-of-envelope will do
– Recognise the “point of diminishing return” in a model construction and implementation
– Learn troubleshooting and computational optimisation techniques
– Learn how to scope model development and review model results provided by others
There will be ample opportunity to discuss issues that course participants have encountered in professional practice.
All courses include lectures and workshops with hands-on case studies.
Attendees bring their own Windows-based laptops for installing software (installation links will be provided prior to the course). If you are unable to provide one, please inform us on your registration.
|Who Comes:||– Department of Works- PNG|
|– ACOR Consultants||– Envirotech|
|– Agfirst Engineering||– Land Dynamics Australlia|
|– Alluvium||– Melbourne Water|
|– ATC Williams||– Millar Merrigan|
|– Beveridge Williams||– Murray Darling Basin Authority|
|– Byrne Design||– pitt&sherry|
|– Chow Consulting||– Queensland Murray-Darling Committee|
|– City West Water||– Queensland Urban Utilities|
|– Commonwealth Environmental Water Office||– SARDI|
|– Demlakian||– SEQ Catchments|
|– Department of Energy and Water Supply||– TGM Group Pty Ltd|
|– Department of Main Roads||– Thiess Environmental Monitoring|
|– Dept. Science, Info. Tech. & Innovation||– VicRoads|
|– Department of Water||– Water Corporation|
– Open Channel Hydraulics & Introduction to HEC-RAS
– One Dimensional Flow Profiles in Context
– Cross Section Locations & Friction Slope Options
– Bridge Analysis and Modelling
– Mobile Boundaries, Bridge Scour
– 1D, 2D and Coupled 1D/2D Floodplain Modelling
– Culvert Modelling, Junction Modelling and Dam Break Modelling
– Unsteady Flow Modelling
– Introduction to Sediment Transport Modeling
– Hands-on Case Studies & Discussions
Registrations by Mon 21st August 2017 receive 20% Fee Discount.