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Training: 3.6 Intermediate LID Design: Hydrologic Modeling - Bothell - Monday, March 20 (10:00am - 4:00pm)
This modeling course will replace the modeling course originally planned for Seattle.
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Audience: Washington designers, engineers, planners, landscape architects, plan and permit reviewers.
- Gain a basic level of knowledge using WWHM and MGSFlood to predict pre- and post-development flow volumes and durations.
- Learn basic skills to size bioretention systems, permeable pavement, rainwater collection, and vegetated roofs in residential and commercial settings using WWHM and MGSFlood.
- Understand the advantages and limitations of WWHM and MGSFLood and become aware of additional modeling tools for specific predictions.
This is an intermediate level course for engineers, planners, landscape architects, architects, local jurisdiction staff, and allied disciplines that produce and review modeling outputs for LID projects. The course provides current continuous simulation modeling tools and methods and practical experience necessary to predict flow volume and durations when designing LID facilities through hands-on modeling exercises.
You can find printable course materials at http://www.wastormwatercenter.org/lidswtrainingprogram.
Prerequisites and Certificate
There are no in-class prerequisites for this course. Module 3.6 is required for the LID Design Certificate.
Available in the South Garage.
One day in-class with instructors.
Coffee and lunch will be provided.