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Delft3D FM - Environmental Modelling Course

22 Nov 2021 - 25 Nov 2021 09:00 - 13:00 (CET)
Online Course

€ 1450 (excluding 21% VAT)
Room : MS Teams
Remaining places : 24

Pressure on ecosystems and the environment is increasing as the population and the economy grow. At the same time, governments are becoming more ambitious in terms of improving water quality. Deltares has developed knowledge about the quality of water systems, and shares this knowledge via the new Delft3D Flexible Mesh Suite and the course "Delft3D Flexible Mesh – Environmental modelling".

Environmental modelling is based on the transport of substances using the so-called advection-diffusion equation. The water quality module D-Water Quality of the Delft3D Flexible Mesh Suite (Delft3D FM) is based on this equation and it offers different computational methods to solve it numerically on an arbitrary irregularly shaped grid, on a grid of rectangles, triangles or curvilinear computational elements. The sediment transport module of D-Water Quality can be applied to model the transport of suspended (cohesive) sediment, for instance to study the spreading of dredged materials, to study sedimentation/erosion patterns and to carry out water quality and ecology studies where suspended sediment is an important factor because of turbidity or as a carrier of pollutants. It is in fact a sub-module of the water quality module. The ecology transport module D-Water Quality distributes the available resources (nutrients and light) in an optimal way among the different types of algae. It is in fact a sub-module of the water quality module.

 

Some areas of applications:

  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), objective evaluation of alternatives;
  • Sewage and/or storm water outfall studies;
  • Bio-availability of heavy metals (and organic micropollutants);
  • Recirculation of cooling water from power and desalination plants including the release of bio-fouling chemicals such as chlorine;
  • Effects of dredging on the environment;
  • Simulation of oil spills with floating and dispersed oil fractions.

 

Objective of the course

Setting up and running a water quality, an ecological, particle tracking as well as an oil disposal simulation.

 

Course subjects

  • Some basic theoretical concepts of environmental modelling;
  • Some numerical aspect to transport modelling;
  • Coupling hydrodynamic output to the environmental model input;
  • Selecting substances and processes with the Processes Library Configuration Tool;
  • Setting up and running a sediment, oxygen, nutrients and algae simulation;
  • Setting up and running a tracer simulation.

 

This course is aimed at

Knowledge how to model the hydrodynamics;
Project engineers, project leaders and researchers.

 

Online course dates

Session 1: Monday 22 November 2021,  09:00 – 13:00 CET (Delft time, UTC+1)
Session 2: Tuesday 23 November 2021,  09:00 – 13:00 CET
Session 3: Wednesday 24 November 2021, 09:00 – 13:00 CET
Session 4: Thursday 25 November 2021,  09:00 – 13:00 CET

 

Course leader

dr. A.A. (Arjen) Markus, Deltares

 

Fee

The registration fee for this course is € 1.450, – excluding VAT.
50% discount for lecturers at centers of education.

 


REGISTRATION

Please sign in (top right corner) using your MyDeltares account. 

If you already have either a DSD or OSS account and no MyDeltares account yet, then click on the link Forgot Password? to setup your MyDeltares account including a new password. Once you have completed the password reset you can login. 

After the MyDeltares registration or signing in, it will be possible for you to register for individual 2021 events, get a personal overview (My schedule), make changes in your schedule, profile etc. 

You will receive an email confirmation from Microsoft Teams (MS Teams) with further instructions.

If you come across any problems with the registration, please contact our team at mydeltares@deltares.nl

 

START OF THE SESSION

Please check in early to test your audio and video. We will open the session at 08:50 (CET, Delft time), 10 minutes before the start of the session.

 

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