Kleinschmidt Associates Takes HEC-RAS Workshop Digital
3-day intensive workshop led by Chris Goodell will be offered in a webinar series
PITTSFIELD, Maine, May 4, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Kleinschmidt Associates is pleased to announce that the 3-day 1D/2D HEC-RAS Workshop led by Chris Goodell, author of The RAS Solution Blog and Principal Consultant of Hydraulics & Hydrology, will be offered as a 6-part webinar series. The first session will begin May 20, 2020 and run through June 27, 2020. Each webinar live session will be two to four hours in length and held on Wednesday of each week.
Course workshops will take place in between weekly live sessions and will include: Creating a 2D Model, 1D/2D Channel and Flood Plain Modeling, River Restoration, Dam Breach Analysis, and Levee Breach. These will be supplemented with lectures on topics that cover the necessary knowledge and skills needed to use RAS Mapper and to perform 2D and combined 1D/2D modeling in HEC-RAS.
“Very technical and practical, packed with a lot of information and some clever tricks to get HEC-RAS model running. Chris is very thorough, and an expert in this area. Very good workshops that enhance everything you learn in this training.” – Course Participant, Atlanta Workshop 2019.
“We are so excited to be able to offer an online version of our very popular 1D/2D Modeling with HEC-RAS course. Removing the cost issues with traveling to a professional development course opens the door to provide this valuable training to anyone, anywhere. There are a lot of HEC-RAS users around the world and this online course will give them access to high-quality training too!” says Chris Goodell, Principal Consultant of Hydraulics & Hydrology, Kleinschmidt Associates.
We look forward to providing this training and meeting you all in this online format. You can learn more by visiting The RAS Solution at https://www.kleinschmidtgroup.com/the-ras-solution.
Kleinschmidt Associates performs engineering, regulatory and environmental consulting for North American energy companies and governmental agencies who strive to protect and enhance the natural environment without compromising performance. We work at the intersection of regulatory requirements, environmental science, and engineering solutions to achieve our client’s objectives.
Source: Kleinschmidt Associates