This one day course builds on existing knowledge to utilise the 2D engine in HEC-RAS. The course builds on real world examples to demonstrate the capabilities of the HEC-RAS 2D to allow the modelling of flows within the floodplain, produce dam breach analysis and analyse flow around structures. This is a hands on course using practical data supplemented with essential theoretical background.
Project managers, engineers and hydraulic modellers requiring an overview of the HEC-RAS 2D and practical tuition on the use of HEC-RAS 2D. Previous knowledge or experience of HEC-RAS is required.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Understand the capabilities of HEC-RAS 2D
- Develop 2D grid to include terrain modifications and specify roughness
- Run and troubleshoot a basic 2D model
- View results and spot basic errors
- Run and create a fully linked 1D-2D hydrodynamic model
Gavin Hodson BSc FdSc
Gavin has been involved in a wide range of hydraulic modelling studies using HEC-RAS (1D), Flood Modeller- TUFLOW (1D-2D) and JFlow (2D). He has also contributed to engineering studies for local authorities involving outline design of flood alleviation options. Gavin has experience in undertaking Flood Risk Assessments for varying sized developments and outline design surface water drainage systems and SuDS to support planning applications.
Jeremy Benn FREng MA MSc CEng C.WEM FICE FCIWEM MASCE MIEI
Jeremy is the Executive Chairman of JBA Group. He has over 32 years’ water engineering, management and hydrology experience working in the UK and overseas and has published and lectured widely on these subjects. He has been involved with flood risk mapping (at national and local scales) since 1984 and is Framework Director for the Water & Environmental Management Framework with UK flood management authorities. He is also a lecturer on the Lancaster University and JBA PgCert course on river hydraulics.
Jose Sabatini BEng PgDip MSc
José is a Senior Analyst with JBA and has 13 years’ experience in the field of environmental consultancy. Over the last nine years José has worked in UK environmental consultancy and has a wealth of knowledge in both 1D and 2D modelling gained across numerous projects and over a decade of hands-on experience. He has been involved in fluvial, pluvial (surface water), coastal and sewer model assessments utilising a vast array of common modelling packages to achieve the best results, from macro scale scour assessments of individual bridge piers, site-specific Flood Risk Assessments (FRA) in support of development applications, up to catchment and national scale flood risk mapping projects.