The Saint-Venant shallow water equations are hidden inside the “black box” of most hydraulic modelling programs. Get stoked with Stokes et al. as our expert presenters pull the equations out of the box and trace their origins back to first principles. If differential equations do your head in, we’ll start with real-world analogies to outline the basic foundations of hydraulic modelling, including:

• Conservation of mass, energy, and momentum
• Implicit vs. explicit solutions
• Finite difference, finite element, and finite volume analyses
• The significance the Courant Number
• Navier-Stokes vs. Saint Venant equations

This free webinar will launch our Hydrology and Hydraulics (H&H) Essentials training series beginning May 5.


Hubert Chanson

University of Queensland

Hubert Chanson is Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Queensland, where he has been since 1990, having previously enjoyed an industrial career for six years. His main field of expertis... Read more

April Jennifer Choi

Jacobs | Kennedy Space Center

Although April is most well known for her skills with a whip (she has broken over a dozen Guinness World Records in whip cracking, after all!), she is also an engineering manager for mechanical analys... Read more

Chris Goodell

Kleinschmidt Associates

Chris is the Principal Consultant for Hydraulics and Hydrology at Kleinschmidt Associates. Chris specializes in water resources hydraulic engineering. He has a background in both hydraulic design and... Read more

Casey Kramer

Natural Waters

Casey Kramer is a recognized expert in the fields of hydrology, hydraulics, scour, river engineering, sediment transport and fish passage, while specializing in the hydraulic design of transportation ... Read more

Krey Price

International Water Training Institute

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

Full details here for the Hydrology and Hydraulics Essentials Series from May 5, 2022!


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