HEC-HMS and HEC-RAS Training in Auckland

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Please join us in Auckland in June 2018 for an intensive, interactive course using free hydrologic and hydraulic modelling software:

* Learn rainfall-runoff and flood routing with HEC-HMS

* Build, run, and animate 1D and 2D hydraulic models using HEC-RAS

Come find out what’s new in HEC-RAS 5.0.4 in the first New Zealand course covering these powerful new features:

  • Variable time steps
  • New culvert options
  • Mesh refinement regions
  • Internal boundary conditions
  • Access faster computation speeds
  • And more!

 

Registration:

Places are limited, so please register early to guarantee your place! Please fill out the form below to be kept updated about the course details.

Click below for a pdf version of our course flyer and registration details:

To register, please download the registration form and e-mail the completed form to steven@golovin.co.nz.


Pricing:

Please refer to the table below for pricing options:

Registration discounts are available for previous course attendees, multiple registrants from a single organisation, and members of selected professional organisations, including ANCOLD, NZSOLD, EA, and IPENZ. Please enquire for coupon codes to apply at checkout.


Content:

The course covers hydrology and hydraulics using freely downloadable HEC software. The course consists of 4 modules across 4 days:


DAY 1 Monday 11 June: HEC-HMS Rainfall-Runoff
Instructor: Steve Joynes, Golovin
Facilitator: Krey Price, Surface Water Solutions

The following topics will be covered:

  • Review of TP108
  • Overview of Precipitation-Runoff Processes
  • Basin Precipitation
  • Rainfall Loss Rates Computation
  • Channel Routing
  • Multiple catchment and stream modelling
  • Basin Model Manager
  • Meteorologic Model Manager
  • Control specifications and time-series data
  • Conducting simulation runs
  • Data interpretation and calibration
  • Exporting results for use in HEC-RAS

DAY 2 Tuesday 12 June: HEC-RAS 1D Hydraulics
Instructor: Steve Joynes, Golovin
Facilitator: Krey Price, Surface Water Solutions

The following topics will be covered:

  • File management with HEC-RAS
  • Setting up a network
  • Entering reach data
  • Entering cross sectional data
  • Junctions
  • Bridges and culverts
  • Steady and unsteady flow
  • Executing plan files
  • Floodplain analysis
  • Interpreting and checking 1D results

DAY 3 Wednesday 13 June: HEC-RAS 2D Hydraulics Part 1
Instructor: Krey Price, Surface Water Solutions
Facilitator: Steve Joynes, Golovin

The following topics will be covered:

  • RAS Mapper and GIS interfacing
  • Importing terrain files
  • Computational mesh generation
  • Creating 2D areas
  • Hydrologic boundary conditions
  • Time step selection
  • Entering unsteady flow data
  • Computational options and tolerances

4: Thursday 14 June: HEC-RAS 2D Hydraulics Part 2
Instructor: Krey Price, Surface Water Solutions
Facilitator: Steve Joynes, Golovin

The following topics will be covered:

  • Adding internal structures
  • Breaching dams and lateral weirs
  • Viewing and exporting in RAS Mapper
  • Troubleshooting models
  • Calibrating models
  • Benchmarking HEC-RAS vs. other models
  • Building your own model from scratch

Certification of continuing professional development hours will be provided to all course attendees.


Location:

Quality Hotel Parnell
10-20 Gladstone Road, Parnell
Auckland 1052 New Zealand


Contact:

Click here to register your interest for a future course

Click here to enquire with any questions about this course or future courses in New Zealand

Get a head start on the course by trying our “Making Middle Zealand” and “Flooding Hobbiton” tutorials.

Hope to see you there!

Coramandel NZ photo by Krey Price


Previous Auckland Courses

Following the success of our inaugural HEC-RAS 5.0 course in Australia, we were pleased to have The RAS Solution and Breaking the HEC-RAS Code author Chris Goodell return to the southern hemisphere to teach a sold-out dam breach analysis course in Auckland in 2016. We held additional 2D flood modelling courses in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Manukau, Parnell, Devonport, and Raglan in 2017, and we plan to hold additional courses in 2018 subject to interest levels.

In light of the recent Kaikoura Earthquake, we have added an exciting case study in which you have one hour, working as a team from scratch, to use HEC-RAS to decide whether or not to send the order to evacuate downstream population centres after an earthquake-induced landslide dam blocks an upstream valley.


 

 

 

Coramandel NZ photo by Krey Price

Training Services

Register your interest for open or in-house course in your area in 2018! Learn what's new in HEC-RAS 5.0.4 and get started with our Introductory Workshop document. Who attends our courses?  What are they saying?

Consulting Services

Need help setting up, reviewing, or troubleshooting models? We also offer drainage designs, surface water management plans, QA/QC, and more. See our consulting services or book in customised, in-house training.

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