Are you a professional, a researcher, or similar in the fields of water supply and water distribution? Do you have a basic knowledge of pipe network hydraulics?
Are you prepared to allocate time for twelve self-paced modules and two online one-to-one meetings (approximately thirteen hours)?
If yes, you can benefit from this online learning course. Upon completion, you will be able to apply the features of MIKE URBAN+ that are essential to set up water distribution models, run simulations and review results.
This is a self-paced course. You will learn online, through video lectures, demonstration videos and quizzes, hands-on exercises and reading materials. Additionally, you get two one-to-one online meetings with your own DHI urban tutor. In this way, your learning process and objectives are optimised.
Approximately 60 minutes (one hour) work per module is expected to get the maximum out of the course in addition to two 30-minute one-to-one online tutor meetings.
You are expected to complete your course and online meetings within 30 days of receiving receipt of your free, Internet license.
Module 0: Introduction to modelling theory and practice
Basics of water distribution modelling and MIKE URBAN+ model elements
Module 1: Create new project
Creating and registering a new project
Module 2: Import EPANET model
Importing data from EPANET into a new project
Module 3: Network import
Importing data from GIS into a new project
Module 4: Network editing
Adding pipes, pumps and valves to the model
Module 5: Demand distribution
Distributing demands and developing node consumptions
Module 6: Demand allocation
Working with water metered consumptions, demand allocation and geocoding
Module 7: Hydraulic simulations
Setting-up and running hydraulic simulations, viewing results and reporting, time series and map views
Module 8: Fire flow modelling
Basics of fire flow modelling, residual pressure and available flow
Module 9: Pipe criticality analysis
Analysing critical pipes within the network
Module 10: Water age analysis
Understanding water age modelling
Module 11: Source tracing analysis
Source trace analysis and travel times
Register for the course whenever it suits you. When we have received your payment, your seat is guaranteed and you will receive your password and free, Internet license. Your tutor will contact you directly to arrange the approximate timing of your two online meetings. You are expected to complete your course and online meetings within 30 days after receipt of software license.
This course offer is available until 31 December 2020 by which date you should have completed your course, including your online meetings.