FLOW-3D for Water Infrastructure: 2019 Review

FLOW-3D is a widely-used computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling platform that empowers engineers to accurately characterize complex free surface flows and their interactions with the environment.

In this presentation, John Wendelbo will showcase modeling applications in which CFD methods are currently used in water civil infrastructure. Topics include municipal conveyance and wastewater processes, dam-related hydraulics, river and environmental flows, transportation, and coastal resilience. Throughout the discussion, John will highlight current strengths, existing challenges, and how cloud-based high performance computing (HPC) is radically transforming the functionality of CFD tools for water resource engineers.

February 28, 2019 | 1:00 pm EST

About the Presenter

John Wendelbo, Director of Sales

John Wendelbo, Director of Sales, focuses on modeling challenging water and environmental problems. John graduated from Imperial College with an MEng in Aeronautics, and from Southampton University with an MSc in Maritime Engineering Science. John joined Flow Science in 2013.