Webinar: Rain-on-Grid Modelling with HEC-RAS

Software improvements, access to meteorological data and new improvements under development.

Continuing improvements to hardware, software, and meteorological data availability are allowing the increased application of direct precipitation modelling around the world, blurring the lines between hydrological and hydraulic software applications.

Date: Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Time: 1:30pm (Australia/Adelaide; find your local time)

Format: Presentation, Discussion + Q&A (up to 60mins)

Cost: Free

Chair: Trevor Pillar, National Partnerships Manager

Resources: Webcasts and other documents will be available here

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Presenters:

Krey Price

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, engineeri... Read more

Chris Goodell

Kleinschmidt Associates

Chris is the Principal Consultant for Hydraulics and Hydrology at Kleinschmidt Associates. Chris specializes in water resources hydraulic engineering. He has a background in both hydraulic design and... Read more

Mark Forest

HDR Engineering

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 breac... Read more

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Webinar: Rain-on-Grid Modelling with HEC-RAS

Water Modelling & GIS

25 Jul 2018

Details:

Register for the below online courses in HEC-RAS:

This webinar demonstrates the use of rain-on-grid modelling in HEC-RAS, including theoretical background, common practices for model adjustments and improvements to infiltration and roughness parameters that are under development and the additional capabilities they will provide in future versions of HEC-RAS.

Topics covered includes:

  • Basic demo or animation of a rain on grid setup and results
  • Discussion of rain on grid principles and how it’s conceptually different from regular flood modeling (roughness, tolerances, sheet flow paths, etc.)
  • Introduction of what’s coming in 5.1 to improve rainfall-runoff modeling in HEC-RAS (infiltration, spatially varying patterns, etc.)
  • Where the industry is heading with using hydraulic models as rainfall-runoff models (gridded radar data, etc.)

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