Live course: HEC-HMS Essentials

Learn about data wrangling, GIS delineations, and model setup

(Course code: LC-21-3-030)

This 3 part-series of live and interactive course is intended for both experienced and beginner HMS users who want to build an understanding of the new GIS tools. The course will cover data wrangling, GIS delineations, and model setup.

All sessions will be held 9:00am – 12.00pm (Sydney Time, 3 hours per session)

Session 1, Tuesday, 2 Nov: Covering data wrangling, GIS delineations, and model setup
Session 2, Tuesday, 9 Nov: Covering the application of gridded rainfall, loss sensitivities, interpreting and calibrating results
Session 3, Tuesday, 16 Nov: Covering the application of Australian Rainfall and Runoff in HEC-HMS using Storm Injector (temporary license provided)

Date: Tuesday, 2 November 2021 - Tuesday, 16 November 2021

Time: 9:00am (Australia/Sydney; find your local time)

Format: x3, 3-hour live and interactive sessions, over 3 weeks via the AWS learning platform

Cost: AUD$595 (includes GST)

Contact: training@awschool.com.au

Presenters:

Martin Jacobs

pitt&sherry

Martin is a Principal Hydraulics Engineer at pitt&sherry. His experience covers almost three decades in civil engineering consultancy in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and UK. Martin’s projec... Read more

Michael Bartles

USACE

Mr. Bartles is a Hydraulic Engineer with ten years of experience specializing in Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling, Statistical Hydrology, and Software Development. Mike has been the project lead for... Read more

Matthew Fleming

United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

Matthew (Matt), is the Chief of the Hydrology and Hydraulics Technology (HH&T) Division at the Hydrologic Engineering Center (CEIWR-HEC-HH). Matt's technical specialties include; continuous hydrol... Read more

Thomas Brauer

USACE

Tom is a Water Resources Engineer specialising in Hydrologic Modelling and Software Development. As lead developer of HEC-HMS, Tom oversees all code activity undertaken by the HEC-HMS team. Tom archi... Read more

Chris Ryan

Catchment Simulation Solutions

Chris Ryan is a Managing Director at Catchment Simulation Solutions based in Sydney, New South Wales. Previously, Chris was a Hydrologist (International) at SMEC Read more

Krey Price

Surface Water Solutions

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

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Details:

This course is designed to be highly practical, with 9+ hours of training session recordings.

Course Contents

The course will cover 3 main topics across 3 parts.

Session 1 | Nov 2, 9am – 12pm (Sydney time)

  • Introduction to HEC program architecture and overview of HEC-HMS program structure
  • Overview of the HEC-DSS data storage system, and how HEC programs interact with it.
  • Downloading and preparing terrain data for HEC-HMS and using HEC-HMS catchment delineation tools to create a hydrological model
  • Downloading and preparing meteorological data for HEC-HMS
  • Creating and computing a simulation run
  • Viewing model results

Session 2 | Nov 9, 9am – 12pm (Sydney time)

  • Downloading and preparing observed, gauge data
  • Applying gauge data to the hydrological model
  • Calibration using HEC-HMS parameter optimisation for storm events
  • Calibration using long term continuous simulation and flood frequency analysis using HEC-SSP
  • Overview of parameters (loss, transform, reach-routing)
  • Sensitivity analysis using HEC-HMS Monte-Carlo

Session 3 | Nov 16, 9am – 12pm (Sydney time)

  • Downloading and preparing gridded rainfall data for an Australian catchment
  • Using ARR gridded data within HEC-HMS
  • Brief introduction to Storm Injector by Catchment Simulation Solutions for ARR 2019
    • Importing basin model into Storm Injector
    • Downloading point and gridded ARR 2019 data
    • Computing peak flow, volume, and time to peak
    • Interpreting box charts for adopted temporal pattern and critical duration
    • Plotting hydrographs and rainfall hyetographs
    • Post storm-injector modifications to hydrological model

Format

  • 9+ hours of session recordings with unlimited access for 30-days after the last live session.
  • Pre-and-post-course materials to go through via the learning platform.
  • Exercises between the 3 parts.
  • Manual of the course and working model download/s.
  • Ability to ask questions to the presenters at anytime through the learning platform;
  • PDF manual of the course. The manual is recommended for ongoing use;
  • Any working models/ software’s necessary as per instructions in individual course, downloaded from the learning platform before starting the session recordings;
  • Some courses have Exercises / homework to complete between courses;
  • Pre-reading and viewing materials;
  • Attendees earn CPD hours/points (ie with Engineers Australia) for at least 14 hours for the entire course.

Preparation and Pre-requisites

  • Students must have installed the following on their computers in advance of the course
    • HEC-HMS Version 4.8
    • HEC-DSSVue Version 3.2.2
    • HEC-SSP Version 2.2
    • Storm Injector free temporary Licence
  • It is advisable to have installed a GIS program; we recommend QGIS
  • Course notes and data for examples will be provided during the course

Requirements

A good internet connection and software and downloads as described in the learning platform.

Outcome

On completion of the course attendees will be issued with a Certificate of Participation.

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