2D flood modeling interprets the 2D equations of flow to find out the water depth and depth-averaged velocity on a grid or mesh. It uses digital terrain modeling and bathymetry of a water channel in the question to outline the 2D-flow of an expected flood. This course will examine how use 2D flood modelling for urban areas. It will also provides an overview of the elements and processes involved in the urban drainage systems and provides guidance on solving routine as well as exceptional issues associated with water management in urban environments. Topics covered include gutter flow, roadway inlet interception, storm drain systems, detention ponds, and storm water management.
➤ Understanding of basic 2D flood hydraulic modeling and applications.
➤ Basic theory and knowledge of unsteady flow hydraulics
➤ Determine runoff (peak flows and volumes) from urban watersheds
➤ Identify the hydrologic cycle processes most important to transportation hydraulic engineering.
➤ Learn the basics of storm water management
➤ Apply basic hydraulic principles to urban drainage design
➤ National /State Road & Transport Engineers
➤ Highway Engineers and Managers
➤ Hydraulics personnel
➤ Private Consultants & Contractors
International Road Federation
Eric Dean Cook, PE is a Senior Advisor and Lead Trainer for the International Road Federation. Since 2008, Eric has served as a trainer, speaker, moderator, facilitator and fellow colleague at numerous IRF workshops, panels, forums and trade visits. Eric is the current Chair for the IRF Committee on Alternative Finance & Procurement. He formerly served as a Member of the FIDIC Procurement Policy Sub-Committee and is a former Chair of the American Council of Engineering Companies International Committee. In practice, Eric is a registered professional civil engineer and has successfully supervised and managed over $1B in construction placement over his 30 year engineering career. He has a well-rounded stakeholder perspective having worked for such organizations as the West Virginia Department of Transportation, Louis Berger Group, Kanawha Stone Construction Company, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Eric has passed the FINRA Series 79 Investment Banking Representative Exam and holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech, an MBA from the University of Manchester, and a MS in Finance from Indiana University.
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