The Revitalised Flood Hydrograph Method (ReFH) is a technique for estimating design hydrographs, designed to overcome many of the problems and limitations of the FEH rainfall-runoff method. It has superseded the FEH rainfall-runoff method for most applications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The course covers ReFH in detail.
Who should attend
The course is designed for those who already have some understanding of FEH methods (for example, through attending a Flood Estimation Handbook course) and would like to update their knowledge to the latest methods and guidance.
Delegates will have a more detailed understanding of the theory behind ReFH and the ReFH Design Flood Modelling Software.
- Reasons for the development of ReFH
- Theory of the ReFH model
- Application of ReFH for estimating design events
- Simulation of observed events
- Estimating model parameters from catchment descriptors and flood event data
- Cautionary notes and situations where ReFH performs poorly
- Using the ReFH software (both the spreadsheet and the full software package)
- Choice between ReFH and alternative methods
- Comparison of results from ReFH and other methods
- Urban Hydrology
- Flood Estimation Handbook (FEH)
- Duncan Faulkner MA MSc DIC CSci FCIWEM
- Oliver Francis MEng MSc
- One day course
- Counts as 6 CPD/CET hours
Please contact Felicity Clarke for details (+44 (0) 1756 799 919)
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