WHERE:
Online training
DATE:
Nov 5, 2024
WORKSHOP ID:
*W1251
Overview

Stormwater runoff can contain significant amounts of harmful pollutants that contribute to adverse water quality impacts in receiving watercourses and waterbodies. EPA SWMM5 generates pollutant loads and concentrations from various sources including atmospheric deposition, surface buildup and washoff in stormwater systems, dry and wet weather inflows in wastewater systems, and discharge from groundwater systems. These constituents can then be routed through the drainage system and discharged into the outfall. Along the way, a portion of the pollutant load can be treated and deposited within the hydraulic network.

This specialized workshop is intended for experienced modelers interested in building skills in modeling water quality. The workshop will include the modeling fundamentals described above including building an input file and interpreting model results. Model applications to be explored include statistical and flow duration analyses of pollutant loads/concentrations, analytical methods/metrics to characterize long-term pollutant removal efficiency, and detention pond design considerations. Concepts will be reinforced through several case studies of design/analysis projects throughout North America.

PCSWMM will be used throughout the workshop to speed learning and program execution as well as enhance understanding of the underlying EPA SWMM5 processes. Through presentations, demonstrations, and hands-on exercises, attendees will understand the relevant water quality modeling processes, the capabilities and limitations of PCSWMM and EPA SWMM5, and develop the necessary skill and confidence to undertake water quality modeling projects.

ACCREDITATION

1-day: 0.75 CEUs

LANGUAGE

English


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Cancellation Policy

Cancellations prior to 14 calendar days before the workshop will be refunded in full. Cancellations received within 14 days but prior to 7 calendar days before the workshop will forfeit 50% of the registration fee. Cancellations received less than 7 days before the workshop will not be refunded; however, registrants will be eligible for a 50% credit towards any future workshop.

CHI retains the right to cancel the workshop. If the workshop is canceled registrants will receive a full refund of the registration fee. CHI will not be liable for any other expenses occurred by the registrant. Normally, cancellation will not occur within 7 days of the date of the workshop.

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