We Travel to You!
Flow Science offers one-day introductory workshops for water and environmental modeling applications using FLOW-3D. If you would like to host a workshop, we are happy to travel to your location.
These hands-on workshops allow attendees to receive a broad overview of FLOW-3D modeling capabilities, with a focus on setting up a range of models that cover municipal, dam, and river applications: from combined sewer overflows, to weirs, to inundation modeling and much more. As the workshop progresses, open channel flow simulations lead to more advanced features such as sediment scour and deposition, air entrainment, particles, and scalars.
Attendees receive a one-month license, fully supported, to further explore and develop their skills with FLOW-3D.
How does it work?
You provide a conference room for up to 15 attendees, a projector and Wi-Fi. Flow Science provides the training, workshop materials, lunch and licenses. As host, you also receive three workshop seats free of charge, which you can offer to your own engineers, to consultants, or to partnering companies.
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About the Instructors
John Wendelbo, Senior CFD Engineer, 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.
Brian Fox is a Water and Environmental applications engineer with Flow Science. Brian received an MS in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University with a focus on river hydraulics and sedimentation. He has over 10 years of combined experience working within private, public and academic sectors in water and environmental engineering applications. His experience includes using 1D, 2D and 3D hydraulic models for projects including fish passage, river restoration, bridge scour analysis, sediment transport modeling and analysis of hydraulic structures.