• Paid Event

Music - Stormwater Modelling for WSUD

Wednesday 2nd Mar 2011 - Thursday 3rd Mar 2011 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Event Location to be advised closer to the event

eWater’s urban stormwater software, music, can accurately simulate real-time water sensitive design, making it easier to design and assess urban developments to Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) standards.  Music (Model for Urban Stormwater Improvement Conceptualisation) is an aid to decision making. It enables users to evaluate conceptual designs of stormwater management systems to ensure they are appropriate for their catchments. By simulating the performance of stormwater quality improvement measures, music determines if proposed systems can meet specified water quality objectives.

Day One - Introduction to music
‘Introduction to music’ will enable participants to apply the MUSIC software and understand the theory and assumptions behind the model. Users will learn how to simulate and evaluate the performance of stormwater treatment measures, either singly or in a treatment train.

Day Two - Intermediate music
Intermediate music provides a greater understanding of the theory behind music and its application to successfully model stormwater treatment. Participants will also complete a series of tutorials on various stormwater treatment scenarios and develop a model for a real urban development.

For more information, or to register, visit http://www.ewater.com.au/products/training/music-training/