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SY-20 Synergi Water training

This is an introduction course to Synergi Water that also touches upon some intermediate concepts hydraulic modelling

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SY-20 Synergi Water hydraulic modeling training

Training Information

  • Durata del corso:

    3 days

  • Prerequisiti:

    A basic level of proficiency in the Microsoft Windows environment is assumed. The number and relative experience levels of the participants will dictate the speed and sometimes the content of the course.

  • Course:

    SY-20 Synergi Water training

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    Aggiungi al calendario 2018/11/20 09:00 2018/11/22 18:00 SY-20 Synergi Water training This is an introduction course to Synergi Water that also touches upon some intermediate concepts hydraulic modelling
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Available dates and venues

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Dates
20-22 November 2018
Venue
DNV GL office, Loughborough, UK
Register by
06 November 2018
Course fee
GBP 1500 per person, including lunch (excluding tax) or free with M&S places
Computer
Laptop provided by DNV GL

Description

This is an introductory course to Synergi Water that also touches upon some intermediate concepts hydraulic modeling. Concepts of modelling potable water systems are covered with respect to how they are represented in Synergi Water. With this training, modellers will be more able to utilize Synergi Water software to learn about the operations of their system and perform what-if scenarios for planning purposes.

Learning objectives

Learn how to get data to create a new model, add data to an existing model, navigate the interface and learn some intermediate modelling techniques to use Synergi Water software.

Target group

Hydraulic and civil engineers and technicians performing system analysis for the purpose of general system hydraulic analysis, advanced hydraulic analysis, including age and contamination, and planning purposes.