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[DHI WEBINAR] USING LONG CULVERTS AND FREE OUTFLOW BOUNDARY CONDITIONS FOR 2D FLOOD MODELLING - 41600019-65
In this free 45 minute webinar including a Q&A session, you will be introduced to the new Long Culverts and Free Outflow Boundary Conditions in MIKE 21 FM . We will demonstrate how Long Culverts allows for the convenient representation of long, buried culverts where there are many mesh elements between the inflow location and the outflow location. This feature can also be used to effectively represent bridges where the deck of the bridge is represented by the surface topography. The Free Outflow Boundary Conditions provides outflow boundary conditions for model domains with no measured or otherwise well-defined boundary conditions along the edge of the model. It allows water that reaches the edge of the model domain to exit the model by continuously calculating the hydraulic conditions along the boundary, assuming normal flow conditions.

In summary
• See how Long Culverts can be used to represent buried culverts and bridges in your models
• How to use the Outflow Boundary Conditions
• Questions and Answers to the Expert!

This webinar will take place on Thursday February 20, 2020 at 19:00UTC (2:00pm EST)

We look forward to your participation!

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Feb 20, 2020 07:00 PM in Universal Time UTC

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Speakers

DR. YI WANG
Water Resources Modeller @DHI
Dr. Yi Wang is a water resources modeller with extensive experience in water, stormwater, and flood modelling. Yi is proficient in many numerical modelling products including MIKE 21 FM, TUFLOW, and SRH-2D for 2D flood modelling, MIKE HYDRO RIVER, MIKE URBAN, EPASWMM, and HEC-RAS for 1D stormwater and flood modelling, HEC-HMS for hydrologic modelling, and InfoWater and EPANET for water system modelling. He has developed dozens of tools in ArcGIS, R, and Python to facilitate pre- and post-processing for the modelling exercises.