Hydrometeorology and Hydrology (September 2013) – MODULES 1 TO 5
Guidance for design flood estimation is provided in Australian Rainfall and Runoff. Since the last edition in 1987 there has been development and increasing application of stochastic simulation approaches for design flood estimation. There has been associated improved information and more sophisticated treatment of inputs such as design rainfalls, areal reduction factors, losses, baseflow and initial contents of reservoirs. A significant development has been the recent release of the new IFD estimates from the Bureau of Meteorology. The session will cover improved approaches to design flood estimation such as Mont-Carlo analysis and the characterisation of inputs.
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$0.00 - $80.00
Technical Seminar: Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams Day 1 (March 2012) – MODULES 1 TO 5
This seminar emphasizes the importance of periodic evaluation of the safety of existing dams, and provides specific information and guidance on the visual and instrumented monitoring of the various types of dams and their appurtenant structures. Failure modes analysis is stressed as the basis for an effective and efficient monitoring program. At the conclusion of the course, attendees will have a thorough understanding of the procedures and techniques essential to carrying out meaningful dam safety evaluations and monitoring, and should be able to apply these principles to improve their own effectiveness and the effectiveness of their dam safety programs.
Technical Seminar: Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams Day 2 (March 2012) – MODULES 1 TO 4
ANCOLD Convenor, David Watson, Managing Director of Davwil Designs & Management Services
Shane McGrath, Director of SMG Consulting
David Watson, Managing Director of Davwil Designs & Management Services
Malcolm Barker, Principal Engineer Dams of GHD
Mark Foster , Technical Director – Dams of AECOM
Peter Hill, Director of Hydrology and Risk Consulting (HARC)
Robert Keogh, General Manager, Asset Strategy & Management for SunWater
Tailings Dams (May 2014) – MODULES 1 to 4 (Full Seminar)
Tailings dams are critical elements in most mine operations throughout Australia but it is evident that many of these dams have not been implemented and sustainably managed in line with modern day “risk management” approaches. This course is being provided to assist tailings dam owners, and their professional staff and advisers to provide up-to-date information on how to plan, implement, operate and sustainably close their dams in a safe and effective manner consistent with various Government and “duty of care” obligations.