Water Modeling Events

  • Short Course on Computer-Assisted Oil Spill Environmental Assessments in Land and Water

    The huge volume of hydrocarbons transported through pipelines and by ships poses a continuous risk to the environment due to accidental spills. Understanding the processes determining oil trajectory and fate, and learning oil spill simulation tools, allows environmental professionals to design better response plans, and help with mitigating future events. This course provides insight into the ...


    NEW FOREST

  • GIS and Remote Sensing Applications for the Water Sector

    The aim of this course is to provide both a solid theoretical understanding and a comprehensive practical introduction to the use of geographic information systems and remote sensing technologies for the analysis and solution of different water and environmental problems.


    DELFT

  • Applying Real-Time Hydraulic Models to Everyday Operations - Webinar

    Utilities are using real-time hydraulic models to predict operational changes and respond to operational conditions more efficiently. Learn from three different utilities about how they are using real-time hydraulic models to tackle both day-to-day and longer-term strategic challenges. Real-time hydraulic models are another tool to help utilities become both more proactive and also ...


    ONLINE

  • Short Course on Water Supply 2020

    Generally speaking, we believe that an evaluation and improvement of a water supply network must be carried out by following the following steps. First evaluation of the network. Water balance. Collection of network data. Selection and application of performance indicators. Construction of the mathematical model of the network. First quantitative assessments. Application of optimization models. ...


    NEW FOREST

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