ULC Course Description

Advanced 1D/2D Modeling with HEC-RAS
Control Number: 352
Course Number: 35ADM01A
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This is an advanced course in applying computer program HEC-RAS. The course provides participants with the knowledge to effectively use computer program HEC-RAS to analyze difficult hydraulic conditions in natural and constructed channels, utilizing one-dimensional and two-dimensional modeling techniques.

Topics include: Developing terrain models for 2D modeling; Creating a 2D computational grid; Boundary conditions for 2D Flow Areas; Hooking up 1D elements to 2D Flow Areas; Running a combined 1D/2D model; Viewing 1D/2D results with RAS Mapper; and Debugging 2D model computations.

Nominees must be assigned (a) Occupational Series: Selected 0800 and 1300; (b) Grade: GS-7 or above. Students must be experienced engineers who have attended Steady Flow with HEC-RAS (Crs. No. 114), and have also either attended Unsteady Flow Modeling with HEC-RAS (Crs. No. 188) or have experience applying HEC-RAS using the Unsteady Flow modeling components. Participants must be in positions where they are currently engaged in using HEC-RAS in hydraulic investigations.


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