October 03 - 05, 2023Where:
900 Auraria Pkwy. Denver, CO 80204
2023 Fall Workshops
October 3-5, 2023
1-day and 2-day workshops, including:
Dams in Revit
Role of Instrument…Details
November 14 - 16, 2023Where:
Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown 1701 Commerce Street Fort Worth, Texas
Through this training course, establish the essential skills for assessing internal erosion potential failure modes in support of dam and levee risk assessments. This course provides pertinent background related to physics and mechanics of the internal erosion processes, summarizes important case histories, and identifies best practices for estimating probabilities of failure.
Physics-based analytical models are central to assessing internal erosion potential failure modes, and an in-depth understanding of their application is essential to informing judgment for sound and consistent risk-informed decision-making. This training course includes demonstrations and hands-on practice with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Risk Management Center (RMC) Internal Erosion Suite of toolboxes.
Intermediate (200 series) courses at this level are devoted to a particular discipline. Intermediate courses may require a prerequisite at the fundamental level.
This course is designed for geotechnical engineers and scientists with 5-15 years of experience, who are involved in quantitative risk assessment of internal erosion failure modes.
More information, and registration form, available via the below Details link:Details
April 22 - 27, 2024Where:
Call for Abstract Closes Thursday, July 13, 2023. For more information, see our General Guidelines. More conference information coming soon.Details