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STANDARD TRAINING COURSES


COAST AND MARINE The ACADEMY by DHI provides training courses and packages in topics related to coasts and marine environments such as shoreline management and monitoring and management of estuaries. We also provide training in using our coast and marine software to improve your activities. Coastal environments are continuously reshaped by natural forces and there is increasing pressure on our coasts from the competing needs of commercial, recreational and residential interests. Careful planning and comprehensive assessment is required to safeguard the coasts for future generations. Planning, design and construction of ports and marine structures as well as any marine operation require a range of hydraulic and environmental engineering services and tools to ensure viable design, safe and efficient operation and minimal environmental impact.


STANDARD TRAINING COURSES #01

MIKE 21 FLOW MODEL HD - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using ´classic´ grid

#02

MIKE 21 FLOW MODEL HD FM - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh

#03

MIKE 21 SW - Spectral wave modelling

#04

MIKE 21 BW - Wave disturbance modelling in ports

#05

MIKE 21 SW/BW - Introduction to spectral wave and Boussinesq wave modelling

#06

MIKE 21 ST FM - Sand transport modelling using flexible mesh

#07

MIKE 21/MIKE 3 TR FM, MT FM, PT FM - Fine sediment modelling using flexible mesh

#08

MIKE 21 ST FM AND MIKE 21/3 MT FM - Sediment transport using sand (2D) and mud (2D/3D) modelling

#09

MODELLING LONG-TERM SHORELINE EVOLUTION IN COMPLEX COASTAL PROJECTS - Using MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (SM)

#10

LITTORAL PROCESSES FM - Modelling longshore sediment transport and coastline evolution in 1D

#11

MIKE 3 FLOW MODEL HD - 3D hydrodynamic modelling using ´classic´ grid

#12

MIKE 3 FLOW MODEL HD FM - 3D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh

#13

MIKE 21/3 FLOW MODEL HD FM - 2D & 3D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh

#14

MIKE 21/3 OS FM - Oil spill modelling using flexible mesh

#15

OIL SPILL ANALYSIS: MODELLING APPROACH - How to model the fate and transport of oil in water environments

#16

MIKE 21/3 ECO LAB - 2D and 3D water quality and ecological modelling

#17

ABM LAB - Agent based modelling

#18

BATHING WATER AND WARNING SYSTEMS - How to improve bathing water management with focus on human health

#19

SHORELINE MANAGEMENT - How to protect and develop our coasts!

#20

COASTAL SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND MORPHOLOGY - Basic processes and models for sediment transport and bed dynamics in the coastal zone

#21

MORPHODYNAMIC SHORELINE MODELLING - Steps in completing morphodynamic shoreline studies

#22

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT - Processes, regulations and management

#23

MANAGEMENT, MONITORING AND MODELLING OF ESTUARIES - Introduction to estuarine dynamics, data and survey methods

#24

PHYSICAL MODELLING OF MARINE STRUCTURES - When, why and how!

#25

SCOUR AROUND MARINE STRUCTURES - Dealing with scour related problems in water environments

#26

METOCEAN MODELLING FOR MARINE RENEWABLES - New trends in offshore metocean modelling and analysis

#27

FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT - How to prepare for and manage floods

#28

COASTAL FLOODING - ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT - Preparing for flooding and the impact of climate change on your coasts

#29

MODELLING OF UNDERWATER ACOUSTICS - Risk assessment of environmental noise impacts


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 FLOW MODEL HD 2D hydrodynamic modelling using 'classic' grid

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of 2D hydrodynamic modelling and give you an introduction on how to set up a hydrodynamic model using MIKE 21 Flow Model HD and MIKE 21 NHD (Nested) using rectangular grid bathymetry. The MIKE 21 Flow Model HD module provides the basis for computations of processes performed in many other modules such as sediment and mud transport, transport of heat and suspended matter, oil spill, agent based modelling and ecology but can also be used as a stand-alone application. The module simulates unsteady flow taking into account bathymetry, sources and external forcing. Typical application areas of MIKE 21 Flow Model HD include assessment of hydrographical conditions in nonstratified waters, coastal flooding and storm surge, inland flooding and overland flow, forecast and warning systems. COURSE TOPICS 

Selection of geographical coordinate system and bathymetry digitisation (grid)

Data organisation, import, editing and quality control

Fundamentals of 2D flow modelling

Setting up simple hydrodynamic models

Managing boundary conditions

Calibration and validation procedures

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analyses of model input and output

Interpretation of results and visualisation, including video animation

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in hydraulic engineering and management working with inland flooding, lakes, coastal areas or marine environment.

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Some experience with hydraulic modelling would be an advantage.

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This course constitutes a basic platform for further marine courses and activities.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 FLOW MODEL HD FM 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of 2D hydrodynamic modelling (HD) and give you an introduction on how to set up a hydrodynamic model using the MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM model using flexible mesh bathymetry. The hydrodynamic module of MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM provides the basis for computations of processes performed in many other modules such as sediment and mud transport, transport of heat and suspended matter, oil spill, agent based modelling and ecology but can also be used as a stand-alone application. The module simulates unsteady flow taking into account bathymetry, sources and external forcing. Typical application areas of MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM include assessment of hydrographical conditions in nonstratified waters, coastal flooding and storm surge, inland flooding and overland flow, forecast and warning systems. COURSE TOPICS 

Selection of geographical coordinate system, bathymetry digitisation (mesh)

Data organisation, import, editing and quality control

Fundamentals of 2D flow modelling

Setting up simple hydrodynamic models

Managing boundary conditions

Calibration and validation procedures

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analyses of model input and output

Interpretation of results and visualisation, including video animation

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

© DHI/Photo © Niels Hvam, DHI-DK

Professionals in hydraulic engineering and management working with inland flooding, lakes, coastal areas or marine environment.

LEARN MORE AND CONTACT US

Some experience with hydraulic modelling would be an advantage. This course constitutes a basic platform for further marine courses and activities.

courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 SW Spectral wave modelling

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of wave modelling and give you an introduction to how to set up spectral wave models for various applications using MIKE 21 SW. The knowledge of the wave conditions is needed for the design of offshore, coastal and port structures where accurate assessment of wave loads is of outmost importance to the safe and economic design of these structures. MIKE 21 SW is used for the assessment of wave climates in offshore and coastal areas. MIKE 21 SW is particularly applicable for simultaneous wave prediction and analysis on regional scale and local scale. MIKE 21 SW also provides the basis for calculating wave-induced currents that occur in the surf zone as well as used in connection with sediment transport. COURSE TOPICS 

Introduction to wave modelling

Theoretical background for MIKE 21 SW

Application areas of MIKE 21 SW

Decision of spectral formulation

MIKE 21 SW setup editor

Mesh generation

Data organisation, import, editing and quality control

Calibration techniques and model validation

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analysis and presentation of results, including video animation

Coupling MIKE 21 SW with other MIKE Powered by DHI engines

Hands-on exercises

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in offshore and coastal engineering.

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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It is recommended that participants have a basic knowledge of wave hydrodynamics either through experience or through following the course ‘MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh’ prior to the course.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 BW Wave disturbance modelling in ports

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of wave modelling and give you an introduction on how to set up wave agitation models for various applications using the MIKE 21 Boussinesq Wave (BW) in both 1D and 2D. The course will also help you predict and analyse wave conditions in ports where accurate assessment of wave impact is of utmost importance.

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The disturbance inside harbour basins is one of the most important factors when engineers are to select construction sites and determine the optimum harbour layout in relation to predefined criteria for acceptable wave disturbance, ship movements, mooring arrangements and handling down-time.

MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems.

MIKE 21 BW module is the state-of-the-art tool for studies and analysis of short and long period wave disturbance in ports and harbours and coastal areas. It includes full surf and swash zone dynamics.

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COURSE TOPICS 

Introduction to wave modelling

Theoretical background and application areas of MIKE 21 BW

MIKE 21 BW setup planner

Bathymetry generation

Wave generation

Wave absorption using sponge layer maps

Wave reflection / transmission using porosity layer maps

Calibration techniques and model validation

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analysis and presentation of results, including video animation

Introduction to advanced applications (eg. wave breaking)

Hands-on exercises

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training.

Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

LEARN MORE AND CONTACT US

Professionals in port engineering. It is recommended that the participants have a basic knowledge of wave hydrodynamics either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21 Flow Model HD - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using ‘classic' grid' prior to the course.

courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 SW AND BW Spectral wave and Boussinesq wave modelling

This two-day, hands-on course teaches you the fundamentals of wave modelling and gives you an introduction on how to set up both spectral wave models using MIKE 21 SW and wave agitation models using the MIKE 21 Boussinesq Wave (BW) in 2D, for various applications. The course also helps you predict and analyse wave conditions in ports where accurate assessment of wave impact is of utmost importance. The knowledge of the wave conditions is needed for the design of offshore, coastal and port structures where accurate assessment of wave loads is of outmost importance to the safe and economic design of these structures. MIKE 21 SW is used for the assessment of wave climates in offshore and coastal areas. MIKE 21 SW is particularly applicable for simultaneous wave prediction and analysis on regional scale and local scale. MIKE 21 BW module is the state-of-the-art tool for studies and analysis of short and long period wave disturbance in ports and harbours and coastal areas.

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COURSE TOPICS 

Introduction to wave modelling

Theoretical background and application areas of MIKE 21 BW and MIKE 21 SW

MIKE 21 BW and MIKE 21 SW setup planner

Decision of spectral formula

Bathymetry/mesh generator

Wave generation

Data organisation, importing, editing and quality control

Wave absorption using sponge layer maps

Calibration techniques and model validation

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analysis and presentation of results, including video animation

Introduction to advanced applications (e.g. wave breaking)

Coupling MIKE 21 SW with other MIKE Powered by DHI engines

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in offshore and port engineering. It is recommended that the participants have a basic knowledge of wave hydrodynamics either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21/3 Flow Model HD FM Introduction to hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh' prior to the course.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 ST FM Sand transport modelling using flexible mesh

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of sand transport modelling for both pure currents and a combined waves and current regime. You will learn how to set up a sand transport model and simulate the sand transport and morphological changes using a coupled setup with flow and wave models. We shall also discuss when to apply a 3D approach

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The sand transport module in MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM calculates the sediment transport capacity, the initial rates of bed level changes and the morphological changes for noncohesive sediment (sand) due to currents or combined currents/waves.

MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems.

Typical applications include the ability to predict sediment transport and resulting morphological changes along coasts and in estuaries. This will support the investigation and optimisation of coastal and estuarine infrastructure projects. COURSE TOPICS 

Fundamentals of sand transport modelling

Application of MIKE 21 ST FM

Setting up wave and flow conditions

Specifying sand properties

Generating sand transport tables

Calculating sediment transport

Decoupling, dynamic coupling and morphological changes

Factors for when to apply a 3D approach

Overview of MIKE 21 Flow Model HD module and MIKE 21 spectral wave module

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Hands-on exercises

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training.

Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

LEARN MORE AND CONTACT US

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Professionals in hydraulic or engineering and management working with impact assessment in coastal, estuarine and coastal areas. It is required that participants have a basic knowledge of the flexible mesh modelling complex either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh' prior to the course. courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 AND MIKE 3 TR FM, MT FM, PT FM Fine sediment modelling using flexible mesh

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of fine sediment modelling and give you an introduction on how to set up a transport model using the MIKE 21 and MIKE 3 transport model (TR), the mud transport model (MT) and the particle tracking model (PT). Processes and factors that are decisive for when to apply which model and in which dimension (2D/3D) will be discussed. The TR module simulates the spreading and fate of dissolved or suspended substances under the influence of the fluid transport and associated dispersion processes. The MT module calculates the erosion, transport, settling and deposition of cohesive sediment. The PT module calculates the transport path and fate of the individual dissolved and suspended substances discharged or spilled in lakes, estuaries and coastal areas or at the open sea. The fate of dispersed fine sediments or dissolved substances is often mentioned in discussions regarding local environmental conditions and sedimentation. A typical application could be the impact of dredging works. COURSE TOPICS 

Fundamentals of fine sediment modelling

Issues to consider when selecting model

Application of fine sediment transport models

Setting up wave and flow conditions

Specifying particles and sediments

Calculating sediment transport

Transport of tracers

Decoupling and dynamic coupling

Hands-on exercises

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in hydraulic engineering and management working with impact assessment in coastal, estuarine and coastal areas. It is required that participants have a basic knowledge of the flexible mesh modelling complex either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh' prior to the course.

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

LEARN MORE AND CONTACT US

courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21 ST FM AND MIKE 21/3 MT FM Sediment transport using sand (2D) and mud (2D and 3D) modelling

This one-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of sand transport modeling and mud transport modelling for both pure currents and a combined waves and current regime. You will learn how to set up a sand/mud transport model and simulate the sand/mud transport and morphological changes using a coupled setup with flow and wave models. We shall also discuss when to apply a 3D approach. The ST module in MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM calculates the sediment transport capacity, the initial rates of bed level changes and the morphological changes for noncohesive sediment (sand) due to currents or combined currents/waves. The MT module calculates the erosion, transport, settling and deposition of cohesive sediment. Mechanisms such as flocculation and resuspension are also accounted for. Typical applications include the ability to predict sediment transport and resulting morphological changes together with suspended sediment concentration along coasts and in estuaries. This will support the investigation and optimisation of coastal and estuarine infrastructure projects. COURSE TOPICS 

Fundamentals of sand and mud transport modelling

Applications of MIKE 21 ST FM and MIKE 21/3 MT FM

Specifying sediment/particle properties

Generating sand transport tables

Calculating sediment transport

Factors for when to apply a 3D approach

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

© DHI/ Photo: iStock © Torsten Karock

Professionals in hydraulic or engineering and management working with impact assessment in coastal, estuarine and coastal areas.

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It is required that participants have a basic knowledge of the flexible mesh modelling complex either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21/3 HD Flow Model FM - Introduction to hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh' prior to the course.

courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

LITTORAL PROCESSES FM Modelling longshore sediment transport and coastline evolution in 1D

The aim of this two-day, hands-on course is to provide you with an understanding of how to establish a morphological baseline and estimate the overall coastline evolution in areas represented by quasi-uniform depth contours. LITTORAL PROCESSES FM is a numerical model capable of simulating littoral drift and coastline evolution in areas with noncohesive sediment and quasiuniform beaches in which the flow and transport can be assumed to be primarily in the longshore direction. The model can be used for studies regarding sediment budgets, morphological baseline and the impact of coastal works. COURSE TOPICS 

Introduction to littoral process modelling

Sediment transport calculations

Setting up littoral drift models

Establishing morphological baseline

Setting up sediment transport tables

Setting up simple coastline evolution model

Shoreline evolution with structures

Result viewing and presentation

Walk-through of model examples

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in the fields of shoreline management and planning of coastal development schemes. Participants should preferably have a background in sediment transport and a good understanding of the coastal processes. It is an advantage but no condition that participants have followed the course 'MIKE 21 ST FM - Sand transport using flexible mesh' prior to the course.

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courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MODELLING LONG-TERM SHORELINE EVOLUTION IN COMPLEX COASTAL PROJECTS Using MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (SM)

This two-day, hands-on course gives you a good understanding of the capabilities of the new MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (MIKE 21 FM SM). The aim is to enable you to set up and use the shoreline model in complex coastal projects as well as elaborate on the differences between shoreline model and for instance DHI’s LITTORAL PROCESSES FM. The traditional numerical tools used for studying coastal morphology include oneline models such as LITTORAL PROCESSES 1D FM and 2D models (eg MIKE 21 ST FM ). However, the development of the coastal profile is not sufficiently accurate in these models to allow the models to simulate real long-term evolution. The new MIKE 21 Shoreline Morphology combines the detailed 2D sediment transport fields from MIKE 21 ST FM with a one-line description for the shoreline evolution. This enables long-term prediction of shoreline evolution in cases where 2D effects are important, e.g. for complex bathymetries or coastal structures. COURSE TOPICS 

Module 1: Introduction to MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (MIKE 21 FM SM) Keywords: longshore and cross-shore sediment transport processes, acute and chronic erosion problems, MIKE 21 FM SM concept

Module 2: Introduction to Shoreline Morphology Mesh Generator tools Keywords: description of Shoreline Morphology inputs, making to inputs using the Shoreline Morphology Mesh Generator tools, hands-on exercises focusing on generation of inputs and model set-up

Module 3: Using the Shoreline Morphology tools in practice Keywords: Steps in completing a study with the MIKE 21 FM SM, speeding up morphological simulations, practical examples of speeding-up simulations

Module 4: A Practical hands-on example: Palm Beach, Queensland

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in the fields of shoreline management and planning of coastal development schemes. Participants should preferably have a background in sediment transport and a good understanding of the coastal processes. It is an advantage but no condition that participants have followed the course ‘LITTORAL PROCESSES FM Modelling longshore sediment transport and coastline evolution in 1D’, ‘MIKE 21 ST FM - Sand transport using flexible mesh'‘, ‘MIKE 21 SW - Spectral wave modelling’ and ‘MIKE 21 Flow Model FM - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh’ prior to the course.

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

LEARN MORE AND CONTACT US

courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 3 FLOW MODEL HD 3D hydrodynamic modelling using 'classic' grid

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of 3D hydrodynamic modelling and give you an introduction on how to set up a hydrodynamic model using MIKE 3 Flow Model HD and MIKE 3 NHD (Nested) using rectangular grid bathymetry. The MIKE 3 Flow Model HD module provides the basis for computations of processes performed in many other modules such as sediment and mud transport, transport of heat and suspended matter, oil spill, agent based modelling and ecology but can also be used as a stand- alone application. The module simulates unsteady flow taking into account density variations, bathymetry and external forcing. Typical application areas of MIKE 3 Flow Model HD include assessment of hydrographical conditions in stratified and nonstratified waters, oceanographic circulation studies and lake and reservoir hydrodynamics. COURSE TOPICS 

Selection of geographical coordinate system and bathymetry digitisation (grid)

Data organisation, import, editing and quality control

Fundamentals of 3D flow modelling

Setting up simple hydrodynamic models

Managing boundary conditions

Calibration and validation procedures

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analyses of model input and output

Interpretation of results and visualisation, including video animation

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

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Professionals in hydraulic engineering and management working with inland flooding, lakes, coastal areas or marine environment.

LEARN MORE AND CONTACT US

Some experience with hydraulic modelling is highly recommended either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21 Flow Model HD - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using 'classic' grid' prior to the course.

courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 3 FLOW MODEL HD FM 3D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of 3D hydrodynamic modelling (HD) and give you an introduction on how to set up a hydrodynamic model using the MIKE 3 Flow Model HD FM model using flexible mesh bathymetry. The hydrodynamic module of MIKE 3 Flow Model HD FM provides the basis for computations of processes performed in many other modules such as as sediment and mud transport, transport of heat and suspended matter, oil spill, agent based modelling and ecology but can also be used as a stand-alone application. The module simulates unsteady flow taking into account density variations, bathymetry and external forcing. Typical application areas of MIKE 3 Flow Model HD FM are assessment of hydrographical conditions in stratified and nonstratified waters, oceanographic circulation studies and lake and reservoir hydrodynamics. COURSE TOPICS 

Selection of geographical coordinate system, bathymetry digitisation and vertical grid resolution (mesh)

Data organisation, import, editing and quality control

Fundamentals of 3D flow modelling

Setting up simple hydrodynamic models

Managing boundary conditions

Calibration and validation procedures

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analyses of model input and output

Interpretation of results and visualisation, including video animation

Hands-on exercises

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THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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Professionals in hydraulic engineering and management working with inland flooding, lakes, coastal areas or marine environment. Experience with hydraulic modelling and the flexible mesh modelling complex is highly recommended either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh' prior to the course. courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MIKE 21/3 FLOW MODEL HD FM 2D and 3D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of 2D and 3D hydrodynamic modelling (HD) and give you an introduction on how to set up a hydrodynamic model using MIKE 21/3 Flow Model HD FM models using flexible mesh bathymetry. The hydrodynamic module of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models HD FM provides the basis for computations of processes performed in many other modules such as sediment and mud transport, transport of heat and suspended matter, oil spill, agent based modelling and ecology but can also be used as a stand- alone application. The module simulates unsteady flow taking into account density variations, bathymetry, sources and external forcing. Typical application areas of MIKE 21/3 Flow Model HD FM include assessment of hydrographical conditions in stratified and nonstratified waters, coastal flooding and storm surge, oceanographic circulation studies and lake and reservoir hydrodynamics.

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COURSE TOPICS 

Selection of geographical coordinate system, bathymetry digitisation and vertical resolution (mesh)

Data organisation, import, editing and quality control

Fundamentals of 2D and 3D flow modelling

Setting up simple hydrodynamic models

Managing boundary conditions

Calibration and validation procedures

Using the utility software of MIKE 21/3 Flow Models

Analyses of model input and output

Interpretation of results and visualisation, including video animation

Hands-on exercises

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THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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Professionals in hydraulic engineering and management working with inland flooding, lakes, coastal areas or marine environment. Experience with hydraulic modelling and the flexible mesh modelling complex is highly recommended either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21 Flow Model HD FM - 2D hydrodynamic modelling using flexible mesh' prior to the course. courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


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MIKE 21/3 OS FM Oil spill modelling using flexible mesh

This two-day course teaches you the fundamentals of 2D/3D oil spill modelling using flexible mesh and how to set up and model the fate and transport of oil using the MIKE 21/3 Oil Spill model (OS) FM. Oil spills pose serious threats to water environments and place massive pressure on the entities that are responsible for the emergency response and clean-up operations, such as oil companies and national authorities. The Oil Spill module simulates the spreading and weathering of suspended substances using a dedicated oil spill template. Oil spill modelling is important for emergency response planning and environmental impact assessment. Oil spill models predict the spreading and weathering processes acting on the spilled oil. Results can be evaluated with respect to the impacts on flora, fauna and selected species or habitats. COURSE TOPICS 

Theoretical background for MIKE 21/3 OS FM

Application areas of MIKE 21/3 OS FM

Basic concepts of oil spills

Advantages in modelling oil spill

Main properties of oils

Weathering processes

Hydrodynamics, effects of currents, winds, waves and water properties

Numerical modelling of oil dispersion

How to set up an oil spill model using MIKE 21/3 OS FM

Interpretation of results and visualization

Guidelines on when to use 2D and 3D modelling

Hands-on exercises

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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Professionals in hydraulic engineering and management working with coastal areas and or marine environments. Experience with hydrodynamic modelling (MIKE 21 Flow Model FM or MIKE 3 Flow Model FM) is essential. Pollutant/ dispersion modelling (eg using ECO Lab) is an advantage but not a condition.

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OIL SPILL ANALYSIS: MODELLING APPROACH How to model the fate and transport of oil in water environments

The purpose of this two-day, thematic hands-on course is to give professionals working with environmental impact assessment and contingency planning an introduction to oil spill modelling and analysis. The course will cover the technical aspects of the use of models and how modelling tools can help professionals make decisions based on the results provided by the models.

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Oil spills pose serious threats to water environments and place massive pressure on the entities that are responsible for the emergency response and clean-up operations, such as oil companies and national authorities.

MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems.

Oil spill modelling is important for emergency response planning and environmental impact assessment. Oil spill models predict the spreading and weathering processes acting on the spilled oil. Results can be evaluated with respect to the impacts on flora, fauna and selected species or habitats. COURSE TOPICS 

Basic concepts of oil spills

Advantages in modelling oil spill

Main properties of oils

Weathering processes

Hydrodynamics, effects of currents, winds, waves and water properties

Numerical modelling of oil dispersion

What type of model to select 2D or 3D? and why?

How to set-up an oil spill model using MIKE 21/3 OS FM

Real world case studies

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training.

Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals from consultancy companies, oil and gas companies, port authorities, emergency response companies and governmental environmental agencies interested in planning emergency response to accidental oil spills and assessing its impacts on water environments.

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Experience with hydrodynamic modelling (MIKE 21/3) is essential. Pollutant/ dispersion modelling (eg using ECO Lab) is an advantage but not a condition.

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MIKE 21/3 ECO LAB 2D and 3D water quality and ecological modelling

This two-day, hands-on course will teach you the fundamentals of ecological modelling and give you an introduction on how to develop an ecological, process oriented model using either MIKE 21 or MIKE 3 ECO Lab (classic or FM series). Depending on the level of your experience and specific wishes topics can be added or tailored course offered.

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Ecological modelling is used to describe and simulated various process and phenomena of ecosystems. It is usually applied to model water quality aspects, the fate of dissolved substances or biological relations on population or individual level.

MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems.

ECO Lab is a numerical modelling tool for ecological modelling integrated in both MIKE 21 and MIKE 3, which gives easy access to the equations of an ecological model. MIKE 21 ECO Lab is used for 2D simulations of shallow lakes or coastal areas with insignificant stratification whereas MIKE 3 ECO Lab 3D is applied to stratified systems in either marine areas or in deep, stratified lakes. COURSE TOPICS 

Fundamentals of ecological modelling

Introduction to ECO Lab and dialogue overview

Introduction to existing ECO Lab templates

Guidelines for ecological model development

How to set up the ECO Lab model

Calibration and validation procedures

Trouble-shooting advice

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training.

Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

- to construct your own basic ecological model descriptions

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- to set up and run MIKE 21/3 ECO Lab simulations (classic or FM series) TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

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Professionals in environmental engineering and management in the public or private sector working with shallow inland lakes or coastal areas. You should have a background in applied water quality aspects and/or biology. Experience with hydraulic modelling is an advantage but no condition.

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ABM LAB Agent based modelling

In this one-day, hands-on course you will receive an introduction to AMB ('Agent Based Modelling') Lab and how to set up simple agent based models in the MIKE FM modelling complex. The ABM Lab module allows you to formulate agent based models within the MIKE FM series of hydrodynamic environments of the MIKE by DHI framework. ABM Lab is a flexible numerical laboratory where you can define agents, their behaviour and their states. The Lagrangian ABM Lab can work with hydrodynamics alone or it can be combined with the Eulerian ECO Lab in order to make the agents react to water quality parameters. ABM Lab allows you to address questions that are beyond the scope of traditional water quality models. Therefore, agent based modelling has received much attention in recent years. COURSE TOPICS 

Fundamentals of ecological modelling

Introduction to ECO Lab/ABM Lab and dialogue overview (working with the editor; integration to HD engines)

Guidelines for ecological model development

How to set up ECO Lab/ABM Lab

Calibration and validation procedures

Trouble-shooting advice

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

- to construct your own basic ABM model - to set up and run MIKE 21/3 ECO Lab simulations (FM series)

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in environmental engineering and management working with shallow inland lakes or coastal areas. You should have a background in applied water quality aspects and/or biology and preferably with experience in ECO Lab either through experience or through following the course 'MIKE 21/3 ECO Lab 2D and 3D water quality and ecological modelling' prior to the course.

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It is also an advantage if you have knowledge of the MIKE 21 and MIKE 3 FM modelling complex.

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BATHING WATER QUALITY AND EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS How to improve bathing water management with focus on human health

This two-day, thematic course provides an overview of the most important parts of the European Bathing Water Directive and gives an introduction to real life cases of good management of bathing water and different early warning methods. The course includes a field trip to relevant beaches/ sites in Denmark. Recreational use of water can deliver important benefits to health and well-being. Yet, there may also be adverse health effects associated with recreational use if the water is polluted or unsafe. Clean water is essential to ensure the health and safety of the bathers. Good bathing water management is the key to minimise health risks while maximising the recreational value as well as the revenue of bathing waters. The European Bathing Water Directive sets the standard for the management of the bathing waters of rivers, lakes and coastal water with focus on people´s health. COURSE TOPICS 

Introduction to bathing water quality and human health

The European Bathing Water Directive

Management of bathing water - strategies and tools

Stakeholders and information needs

Dynamic early warning systems

Case studies of the implementation of online bathing water forecast systems in Denmark and Sweden

A one-day field trip to relevant beaches/sites in Denmark

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

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Regional and local water bodies, tourism boards, professional bodies and engineering companies, city planners, urban water utilities and authorities in general that work with topics related to bathing water quality and tools for the management of safe bathing waters.

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SHORELINE MANAGEMENT How to protect and develop our coasts!

The aim of this two-day, thematic course is to provide professionals involved in shoreline management with an understanding of the available tools and procedures that can help creating a sustainable management of the physical environment in the coastal zone. The course may be extended to three-day course including a one-day field trip to relevant coastal site (upon request).

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An increasing number of conflicts in coastal areas are caused by the extensive development of industry, infrastructure and tourism development projects. In addition, many other human activities deprive our shores of a natural supply of sand, such as coastal protection works, river regulation works, sand mining on beaches and in rivers and the on-going sea level rise.

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Coastal environments are transient, continuously reshaped by the natural processes of the waves, tides, surges, erosion and deposition.

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COURSE TOPICS 

Introduction to shoreline management

Coastal processes and classification

Climate changes and the coastal zone

Causes of coastal erosion and beach degradation

Shore and coast protection concepts

Shoreline impact assessment

Water front developments

Optimisation of port layout on littoral transport coasts

Introduction to numerical modelling (MIKE 21 SW, LITTORAL PROCESSES FM, MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology (SM))

A one-day field trip to relevant coastal site (optional)

THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training.

Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in the fields of coastal consulting, master planning, and coastal administration active in the areas of shoreline management, planning of coastal development schemes and port planning. It is preferable, but no condition, that participants have a background in sediment transport investigations and a good understanding of the coastal processes.

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COASTAL SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND MORPHOLOGY Basic processes and models for sediment transport and bed dynamics in the coastal zone

This modular, self-paced, online course presents a broad overview of the field of coastal engineering in a number of lectures. First lecture gives a basic course in coastal hydraulics, i.e. waves and currents. Then a lecture focusing on the description of the detailed mechanisms behind sediment transport in the coastal zone is given. Having established the basic process understanding an introduction to different coastal protection schemes is given. In order to quantify the coastal phenomena in real projects, the most used numerical model types are presented in two overview lectures describing the background for numerical modelling as well as the different possible applications. Finally the course is rounded off by a discussion of how to couple the knowledge and modelling capabilities for estimating the impact of climate change on the coast.

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Coastal engineering is a field where three skills are needed: 1) A basic understanding of the processes, 2) (numerical) modelling skills and 3) a thorough understanding of the context of the given project (coastal protection, morphological impact from structures, climate change, etc.).

Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc.

Coastal environments are transient, continuously reshaped by the natural processes of the waves, tides, surges, erosion and deposition.

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COURSE TOPICS 

Basic terms and concepts

Wave and currents in the surf zone

Sediment transport mechanisms

Coastal protection schemes

Numerical models for coastal processes

Overview of possible applications of different model types

Climate change – impact on coasts

Small exercises with answers

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Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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Students who want to look into what coastal engineering is about. Young professionals with a need for gaining a basic background for the job as a researcher or a consultant coastal engineer. Experienced engineers who feel the necessity for a brush up on their basic knowledge and that an introduction to the latest models would benefit him or her. Professionals from other branches engineering, e.g. urban, hydrology or marine engineering. courses@dhigroup.com www.theacademybydhi.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION

MORPHODYNAMIC SHORELINE MODELLING Steps in completing morphodynamic shoreline studies

This modular, instructor led, online course gives you a sound understanding of the steps that are required for you to undertake and complete a successful morphodynamic coastal study. The course focusses on which field measurements are required and how to integrate the data into a sound understanding of the physical processes using DHI’s state of the art numerical modelling tools. We shall discuss the definition and selection of numerical tools so that you can plan and mitigate problematic developments in the most successful way. The coastal zone is under increased pressure owing to the combined effect of urbanisation of the coastal zone and increased water levels due to sea level rise from climate change or subsidence. To make the right decisions you must, as a coastal planner, be thoroughly informed about the physical processes that impact your coastline. This course will provide you with the necessary physical and numerical understanding and knowledge to address these issues in a sustainable way. COURSE TOPICS AND MODULES

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Module 1 - Coastal zone processes and infrastructure Keywords: longshore sediment transport processes, cross-shore sediment transport processes, acute and chronic erosion problems, types of projects in the coastal zone)

Module 2 - Field measurements and remote sensing Keywords: useful field measurements, obtaining and analysing field measurements, understanding coastal evolution alongshore and cross-shore

Module 3 - Numerical modelling tools Keywords: overview of DHI’s state of the art numerical modelling tools, from field measurements to process understanding using numerical models, use of advanced morphological models

Module 4 - Decision making adequate terms of reference for coastal studies, what to expect and demand from coastal models, handling uncertainty in predictions

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All modules will include case studies from DHI’s coastal projects around the world. TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals in the fields of coastal consulting, master planning, and coastal administration active in the areas of planning of coastal development schemes and shoreline management. It is preferable, but no condition, that participants have a background in sediment transport investigations and a good understanding of the coastal processes and numerical modelling.

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COASTAL DEVELOPMENT Processes, regulations and management

In this two-day, thematic course you are given an overview of the physical processes of dredging and reclamation and their impacts on marine environments. The focus is on the environmental impacts of dredging and reclamation projects and the available tools and procedures that can help to sustainably manage these projects both during the design and implementation of the works. The course includes stakeholder analysis and stakeholder involvement in the management of dredging and reclamation projects. Coastal environments have diverse environmental receptors sensitive to potential impacts arising from dredging and reclamation. These include habitats such as coral reefs, natural resources such as fisheries, economic resources such as water intakes and socio-cultural resources such as tourism facilities. Coupled with the fact that the physical processes of currents and waves can transfer the potential impacts of dredging and reclamation many kilometers from the work area, it becomes clear that the management of environmental impacts of dredging and reclamation is a challenging activity. The course provides you with the necessary knowledge of the physical, chemical and biological impact processes resulting from dredging and reclamation works and how these can be minimized through project planning and environmental management during execution.

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COURSE TOPICS 

Overview and analysis: The dredging and reclamation process and techniques

Potential environmental impacts

Mitigation options

Sediment physical properties

Natural sediment processes

Handling contaminated sediments

Introduction and analysis of the EIA process

Optimisation of reclamation design

Environmental management during construction

Stakeholder management

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Public servants, developers and professionals in the fields of environmental management, coastal engineering, master planning, coastal administration and project management who are involved in the planning, management or approval of dredging and reclamation projects.

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MANAGEMENT, MONITORING AND MODELLING OF ESTUARIES Introduction to estuarine dynamics, data and survey methods

The purpose of this three-day, thematic hands-on course is to give project engineers, managers and planners of projects located in estuarine environments an introduction to estuarine dynamics, wind generated waves, stratified flow, transport of fine cohesive sediments. Participants will also learn about the interaction between sediment transport, morphological evolution, flora, fauna and water quality. This includes a discussion of improved survey and monitoring techniques for estuarine environments that are important to integrate into engineers’ and managers’ activities along with state-of-the-art numerical modelling tools. Sedimentation problems in estuarine harbours are among the challenges that engineers and managers face today. Other issues necessary to deal with are impact assessments of major structures in an estuarine environment, design of artificial lagoons with good water quality and the stability of inlets to estuaries and lagoons on littoral drift coasts.

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COURSE TOPICS 

Estuarine dynamics

Hydrodynamics

Sediment transport

Inlet stability

Harbour sedimentation

Numerical modelling

Data requirements for setting up and calibrating the models

Relevant parameters for estuarine studies

Survey and monitoring

Hands-on exercises using the tools to optimise solutions

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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Professionals in the fields of estuarine environments and projects such as biologists project engineers, managers and planners. project engineers, managers and planners of estuarine projects. Preferably, participants should have a general knowledge of estuarine processes and basic knowledge of use of modelling tools.

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PHYSICAL MODELLING OF MARINE STRUCTURES When, why and how!

The aim of this four-day, thematic course is to introduce you to the basic principles of scale modelling and the methodologies involved. The main focus is on our wave generation and acquisition system Wave Synthesizer and wave analysis software within the MIKE Zero software. Physical modelling is a recognised and well established technique for hydraulic studies. It bridges the gap between what can be simulated accurately using numerical models and the real world. It also facilitates the calibration of numerical models and increases confidence in future predictions. When designing coastal, harbour and other marine structures it is a challenge to secure resilience against wind, water and storms as well as long-term stability. A number of hydraulic structures with water/structure/land interaction cannot be modelled numerically in a sufficient way manner. Accordingly, our physical laboratories provide test facilities. COURSE TOPICS 

Cases suitable for physical modelling

Scaling laws

Metocean design conditions including climate change scenarios

Wave generation and analysis

Choice of scale and scaling model and materials used

Stability testing of coastal structures in 2D and 3D

Modelling impact forces

Modelling vessel movements and mooring forces

Model tests execution and results documentation

Hands-on experience in designing and conducting coastal lab experiments

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

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Professionals employed at physical modelling laboratories or engineers carrying out supervision of model tests at physical modelling facilities for our clients.

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Participants should preferably have a background in coastal, port or marine engineering and management. Some experience in using results of physical modelling is preferable but no condition.

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SCOUR AROUND MARINE STRUCTURES Dealing with scour related problems in water environments

This two-day, thematic course introduces you to the procedures of analysis related to assessing scour risk at marine structures. The focus is on offshore wind turbine foundations and how to protect against or mitigate the scour formation by applying scour protection systems of, for instance, rock dump or mattresses. After the course the participant will be able to identify and define scour issues, asses the risk of scour and possible mitigation solutions for various types of marine structures and obtain the recent knowledge gained over the last decade from significant development and research within the field of marine scour. Scour is a well-known issue for hydraulic and marine engineering. Scour occurs when structures are placed on erodible beds and exposed to current and waves. The foundations of e.g. offshore wind turbines are often erected in harsh hydrodynamic environments, exposed to tidal currents and large waves individually or in combination. Therefore, it is essential to have a detailed understanding of how these hydrodynamic environments affects the structure as a whole, including the foundation and the interaction between flow, structure and sea bed to ensure short– and long term stability. Evidently, the formation of scour around marine structures can pose a threat to the structural stability and the cables transporting electricity. COURSE TOPICS 

Flow and force processes in the presence of cylindrical structures

Explain drag, inertia and lift forces in currents and waves

Scour around marine structures including offshore wind turbine foundations, gravity based structures (GBS), cables and pipelines

Scour related problems: depravation of the general sea bed level, migration of large bed forms, edge scour and sinking of scour protections.

Scour in complex soils

Scour protections systems (counter measures): types, rock dump, mats, installation and monitoring

Hands-on exercises including computer simulations in MIKE 21

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

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Professionals in hydraulic or engineering and management working with design, installation and commissioning of marine structures. You should preferably have a background in coastal, port or marine engineering and management.

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METOCEAN MODELLING FOR MARINE RENEWABLES New trends in offshore metocean modelling and analysis

This two-day, thematic hands-on course introduces modelling and analyses of relevance for marine renewable energy projects. It enables the practitioner to understand the benefits and limitations of metocean design data and provides guidelines on how to develop these. The course is focused on our ‘Best Practices’ for coastal and offshore projects for wind turbines wave and tidal power and marine infrastructure projects. Project managers and others working with coastal or offshore projects are facing the forces of nature and must develop reliable designs, able to withstand the waves and currents in harsh environments and at the same time harness the energy of the oceans to the benefit of society Part of the planning or design process of marine projects is to find valid data sources either from observations or via modelling and to carry out relevant analyses which can pertinently quantify the environmental conditions. COURSE TOPICS 

Metocean data sources and quality assessment

Recognised standards and guidelines

Introduction to wave modelling using MIKE 21 models

Introduction to flow modelling using MIKE 21 models

Metocean modelling

Model calibration and skill assessment

Hindcast and forecast simulations

Analysis and presentation of metocean data

Yield estimation for wave and tidal power plants

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES This two-day thematic course is directed towards project engineers, who need an introduction to off-shore metocean modelling and analysis, or project managers with a need to understand the advantages and limitations of best practice methods in the establishment of normal and extreme environmental parameters.

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FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT How to prepare for and manage floods

In this this one-day, thematic course we aim to provide you with an overview of integrated solutions available to allow you to address disaster risk management with respect to floods. How can you make a difference in preparing and subsequently manage floods. Disasters are of concern for almost all countries and are growing in terms of people affected and economic losses. A majority of all disasters today are related to hydro-meteorological factors, with floods (inland and coastal) as the main factor causing disasters. A changing climate will increase the risks for many regions. In recent years several floods have resulted in severe damage and health problems due to lack of timely and coordinated communication and lack of preparedness of local government and support services. The missing integration of knowledge and dissemination of information causes greater damage and hence costs. COURSE TOPICS 

What is disaster risk management

Prevention and mitigation of floods

Improving preparedness

Prediction and warning,

Response in form of flood maps and dissemination of information to the public

Presentation of integrated solutions for flood risk management

Examples of local/regional/international cases

Legislative framework (optional and depending on the office)

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES

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Managers and professionals involved in flood management and flood risk management. It is preferable but no condition that participants have previous experience with water management, hydrology and models.

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COASTAL FLOODING - ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT Preparing for flooding and the impact of climate change on your coasts

In this two-day, thematic course we teach you how to develop coastal flood risk assessments and maps. The course focusses on the estimation of extreme marine events, as well as introduction to the practical application of flood management tools. The effect of climate change on coastal floods is also discussed. Modelling tools are introduced through examples and project cases. The course contains presentations and discussions, but hands-on exercises are not included. Populations increase on the coasts all over the world, putting in danger a growing number of people facing the coastal flooding risk. Climate change further increases this risk. Coastal flood risk assessment is vital for decision makers in order to monitor urbanization and to minimise the costs related to extreme flooding. This assessment requires integrated analysis of extreme sea conditions, overtopping, assessment of flow through breaches and over dikes, as well flood hazard mapping. COURSE TOPICS 

Overview of tools for coastal floods analysis

What to request and expect from a model

Assessment of extreme marine events : - Definition of statistical water levels and wave heights from coastal models - Use of joint probabilities

How to set up a flood model

Definition of boundary conditions : overtopping, overflows, flow through breaches

Mapping flood risks, values and economic costs related to flooding

Methods to evaluate the effectiveness of proposed adaptation measures

Examples of coastal flooding projects

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc. Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses.

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Professionals working with adaptation to climate change, risk assessment and software tools for flood and waves management. It is preferable, but no condition, that participants have previous experience with shoreline management, statistical analysis and models.

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MODELLING OF UNDERWATER ACOUSTICS Risk assessment of environmental noise impacts

This 1-day course teaches you the fundamentals of underwater acoustics modelling with the aim of being able to carry out biological risk assessments of environmental noise impacts for e.g. wind farms, seismic surveys, shipping, dredging and other human activities. Marine mammals and other marine life face threats from many different human activities, including fishing, habitat destruction and man-made noise. Increased background noise and specific sound sources can impact marine animals in several ways. The potential impacts include sounds that cause marine animals to alter their behaviour, prevent marine animals from hearing important sounds (masking), cause hearing loss (temporary or permanent), or damage tissue. The Underwater Acoustics Simulator (UAS) module in MIKE simulates propagation of noise in the far-field with a state of the art Range dependent Acoustic Model (RAM). UAS provides the option to specify a number of outputs in terms of sound exposure level or transmission loss depending on the objective of the environmental risk assessment. COURSE TOPICS 

Introduction to underwater acoustics

Biology and marine impact assessment

Effects of noise on aquatic life (e.g. fish and marine mammals)

Setting up a UAS model with site specific properties

Interpretation of results and visualisation incl. introduction to Matlab postprocessing

Presentation of case studies

Hands-on exercises

THE ACADEMY BY DHI THE ACADEMY offers a palette of courses and capacity building packages designed to fit your needs and challenges. We offer standard and/or tailored training. MIKE Powered by DHI courses focus on practical skills, hands-on exercises and teaching you how to get the most out of your software. These courses also enable you to understand the power of the MIKE tools for building decision support systems. Thematic courses allow you to apply concepts, applications and decision support principles to the entire business process within current areas: aquaculture and agriculture, energy, climate change, flooding, coast and marine, surface and groundwater, urban water, industry, environment and ecosystems, product safety and environmental risk, etc.

Our trainers are experienced professionals, many of whom are recognised international experts in their fields. The use of highly skilled trainers guarantees the quality of THE ACADEMY courses. LEARN MORE AND CONTACT US

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TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES Biologists performing an EIA, professionals in hydraulic engineering, acousticians and management working with coastal areas and or marine environments. No pre-qualifications are needed. Basic experience in either environmental risk assessment, hydrodynamic modelling (MIKE), or acoustics is useful but not a condition.

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