Develop design hydrographs and calibrate model results to observed flow records.
(Course code: LS-22-3-049)
In this 3-hour intensive training course attendees will increase their knowledge of rainfall-runoff techniques for generating and routing flow, including the sensitivity of peak flow results to the selected parameters. Throughout the course attendees will be shown practical working examples, learning hands-on how to use and apply different rainfall-runoff approaches, leading to an increased understanding of confidence limits, probability, and uncertainty in the analysis and application of flow routing.
Michael Konieczki, PE, D.WRE has over 15 years of experience as a civil engineer modeling complex hydrologic and hydraulic systems, including flood warning and reservoir operation decision support sys... Read more
Tony Ladson has 35 years' experience in hydrology and river management and has worked on projects throughout Australia and in the US, Taiwan and PNG. He has a PhD from the University of Melbourne and ... Read more
Dr Martin R. Hendriks is Associate Professor (retired) of Physical Geography & Hydrology at the Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University. He studied Physical Geography at the University of Amste... Read more
Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineeri... Read more
Types of hydrologic models: rainfall-runoff routing vs rain-on-grid/direct precipitation
Transform methods vs routing methods
Unit hydrographs and kinematic wave models
Lag, modified Puls, and Muskingum-Cunge flow routing
Modelling and designing detention and storage systems for flow attenuation
Generating a probable maximum flood from the probable maximum precipitation
How to select a rainfall-runoff model
Calibrating peak flow rate, lag time, and flow volume to observed results
How to apply ensemble and Monte Carlo approaches
How to conduct and interpret sensitivity analyses
This course is part of our H&H Essentials series, comprised of 8 individual intensive 3-hour courses with each course flowing into the next enabling attendees to build their skills piece by piece through every course. Each course in the series will focus on a key principle of hydrology and hydraulics. Click hereto register for the ENTIRE series.
These courses are designed to cater for engineers and non-engineers alike, with a range of provided background materials that make the course suitable for both beginners and experienced professionals seeking a refresher for the underlying concepts behind hydrologic and hydraulic modelling applications.
Each course consists of a 3-hour live session with pre- and post-course materials delivered through sequential units via our customised learning platform. Recordings of the live sessions will be made available to all attendees for later review. The courses include electronic copies of background material and workshop instructions, with pre-readings/videos and manuals available for ongoing learning.
As a live attendee, you will have unlimited access to all courses in the series until the 30th of September 2022.
What’s included within each of the 8 courses in the series:
3-hours of session recordings to view as many times as required;
Ability to ask questions to the presenters at any time through the learning platform;
PDF manual of the course available for ongoing use;
Workshop material for hands-on exercises downloaded from the learning platform before starting the session recordings;
Pre-reading and viewing materials.
Pre-course reading and video watching is encouraged.
A good internet connection and software and downloads as described in the learning platform. To provide the best desired learning outcomes, set up in a quiet space with dual monitors (i.e., one screen with the on-demand recording and the other with the software/exercise that attendees can work on simultaneously).
On completion of the course attendees will be issued with a Certificate of Participation. Attendees earn CPD hours/points with professional organisations for at least 5 hours per course (therefore 40+ hours for the series).