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Webinar: FEFLOW Applied to Dams
For the calculation of fluxes, pore pressure distribution and hydraulic heads in earth dams, taking into account drains, curtains, different materials and transient variation of the reservoir level, it is necessary to use robust numerical models with mesh flexibility .

This webinar will take place on September 30 2020 at 15:00 UTC (11am EST, 3pm GMT, noon Sao Paulo time) by Water Services and Technologies specialist, Nilson Guiguer, in partnership with HydroInfo and DHI, will demonstrate how the FEFLOW software can be used for this type of analysis.

During this 45 minute webinar including a Q&A session, the following topics will be covered:

• Water table elevations and its relation to dam stability;

• Calculation of fluxes and pore pressures;

• Calibration of measured vs. observed levels using FePEST

Register now! There are only seats available for the first 100 attendees.

We look forward to your participation!

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Sep 30, 2020 03:00 PM in Universal Time UTC

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President @Water Services and Technologies
An expert in groundwater simulation and an author of many groundwater software packages, including Visual MODFLOW, Flowpath, Airflow/SVE, Flonet, and others, Nilson routinely applies MODFLOW and FEFLOW based models to a variety of projects involving water supply, mine dewatering, and contaminant transport. The founder and former President of Waterloo Hydrogeologic, and former Vice President of Schlumberger Water Services, he is currently President of Water Services and Technologies, a specialized consultancy firm, and an Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil. Dr. Nilson Guiguer holds a M.Sc. in Hydraulics from the University of Sao Paulo and a Ph.D. in Hydrogeology from the University of Waterloo. He is also a recipient of the John Hem Award for Excellence in Science & Engineering, presented annually by NGWA in recognition of a significant contribution to the understanding of groundwater. Nilson is a recognized instructor of professional short courses