12:00pm - 12:30pm





Event description

Join this introductory webinar to learn more about open channel modelling. The session will include an overview of 1D river modelling and how it can be applied to applications ranging from steep river flows to tidally influenced estuaries.

Jacobs will also demonstrate how you can quickly and easily simulate flows and levels in open channels using Flood Modeller's 1D river solver.

This accredited training course is specially for professionals in junior roles or new to 1D river modelling, including water engineers, hydraulic/flood modellers and hydrologists from government bodies/local authorities and engineering consultancies.

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the benefits of 1D modelling to simulate flows and levels in open channels, floodplains, reservoirs, and estuaries.
  • Learn about the applications of 1D modelling from steep river flows to tidally influenced estuaries.
  • Discover how Flood Modeller can allow professionals to quickly and accurately represent subcritical, supercritical and transitional flows to gain a better understanding of flood risk.

This course is approved by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management and attendance will contribute toward your continuing professional development (CPD).

If you have any queries about this event, please contact Marion Neale at marion.neale@jacobs.com.

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Wiktor Lewkut, Flood Modeller, Jacobs

Wiktor has a background in civil engineering and has been part of Jacobs' modelling team for 3 years, successfully delivering a number of hydraulic and hydrological models. He has also been providing technical help and guidance regarding the usage of Flood Modeller.

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