The Sydney Water Panel is running a full day 2D Modelling Workshop. Those with an interest in two-dimensional modelling and flood hydraulics should find this a fascinating insight into the current techniques for application in solving complex flooding problems. The workshop will also be a great opportunity to network and hear what other 2D modellers are doing.
|0900 – 1000||Arrival/Registration|
|1000 – 1015||Introduction|
|1015 – 1100||Appraisal of approaches for assessing bridge losses using a 2D model||Bill Syme|
|1100 – 1130||Morning Tea|
|1130 – 1215||Assessment of bridge losses using a range of 2D modelling tools – Gold Coast Case Study||Andrew McCowan|
|1215 -1300||Sources of information which are available to validate numerical models (bridge hydraulics)||Grantley Smith|
|1300 – 1415||Lunch|
|1415 – 1500||Modelling Structures and Bends – Benchmarking Study||Bill Syme|
|1500 – 1600||Direct Rainfall versus Lumped Rainfall-Runoff Modelling Approaches||Rhys Thomson|
|1600 – 1630||Afternoon tea and networking|
Date and Location
16th June 2015
UTS Aerial Function Centre Jones Street, Ultimo
Early Bird Registration (closes 1 June 2015) ==> Members $150 + GST
After 1 June 2015 ==> Members $250 + GST Non Members $300 + GST
Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon tea included
Online registration is now open.
For further information contact Scott Button
Attendance at this session is worth up to 6 Engineers Australia CPD hours.
A printable PDF flyer is available for further distribution.