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Stormwater System Design and Modeling

Stormwater System Design and Modeling

About this course

This training begins with the fundamentals of hydraulics & hydrology and then takes the participants through the advanced processes of stormwater system modeling including, Low Impact Development Strategies, Pre- and Post- Development studies, detention & retention ponds design, modeling culverts, and lastly, generating reports.

Skills taught

Upon successful completion of this course, the participant shall be able to:

  • Apply the fundamental principles of modeling;

  • Assembling the model

  • Modeling basics and Analysis Tools

  • Scenario Management to Compare Network Designs

  • Ponds and their Outlets

  • Building Network from External Data Sources

  • Water Quality Analysis using EPA SWMM Solver

Course prerequisites 

The participant must be a diploma/ graduate of Civil/ Environmental/ Mechanical Engineering. Basic theoretical understanding of Fluid Mechanics, Hydrology and Hydraulics is desirable but not compulsory.

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Course duration

16 Hours

Meet the trainer


Tanay Kulkarni is a Master of Engineering (Hydraulics) and a graduate of Civil Engineering. He is also certified on ‘Big Data’ from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. He is highly experienced Water Professional with a record of training thousands of water practitioners and engineers of the globe and helping them tackle their unique challenges using hydraulic modeling technologies. He has offered consultation to some of the World's Largest Water Utilities like Public Utilities Board- Singapore, Colombo Municipal Corporation- Sri Lanka, Department of Engineering- Bhutan, Manila Water Board and Maynilad Water Board- Philippines, Saudi Aramco- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Federal Electricity and Water Authority- United Arab Emirates, and many more. Previously, he was with Bentley Systems where he led as Water Solutions Consultant and was responsible for Asia Pacific and Middle East Regions. Tanay specializes in water mechanics, hydropower engineering, surge analysis, big data, hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, GIS. He is often invited to speak at various conferences to speak on 'water', nationally as well as internationally.

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