This course is aimed at experienced users of InfoWorks ICM as well as users who are looking to take advantage of the software's full capabilities.
The data requirements for 2D flood modelling will be explored as well as the range of model types that can be utilised. The course will cover creating fluvial models within InfoWorks ICM as well as a detailed look at the representation of structures such as bridges. This will be built on exploring the advanced mesh editing capabilities and how to represent flood receptors. This will culminate in the creation of an integrated 1D-2D river and sewer model.
An overview of the hydrological approaches that are available within ICM including direct rainfall runoff and undertaking model calibration will be explored. The attendee will examine the complexities of multi-system simulation for design and the InfoWorks ICM RiskMaster module will be introduced. Considerations during model build and analysis for Options Development will also be covered.
The attendee should leave the course with a solid understanding of the data requirements and how to undertake a river and 2D flooding study using InfoWorks ICM and the Risk Master module.
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Participants are guided through a series of practicals by computer hands-on training interspersed with Powerpoint presentations.
Day 1: Study Definition and Model Build
- Data requirements
- Types of model
- River structures
- Developing 2D domain
- Coupling models
Day 2: Calibration and Analysis
- Hydrological approaches
- Design Simulations
- Results Analysis
- Risk Master