ASCE Central Branch Announces
HEC - HMS COURSES
Course 1: “Engineering Hydrology: Applications using HEC-HMS”
August 6-8, 2018
This 3-day course serves as an introduction to hydrologic modeling of the rainfall-runoff process and covers the following topics: precipitation, hydrologic losses (infiltration), surface runoff (hydrographs), channel routing, and parameter estimation. Commonly used methods such as the NRCS Curve-Number, Snyder and NRCS’s Synthetic Unit Hydrographs and the Muskigum-Cunge River Routing Technique will be discussed in detail.
Cost: $1,200 per participant
Course 2: “Advanced Engineering Hydrology” August 9-10, 2018
This 2-day course focuses on advanced topics in hydrologic modeling of the rainfall-runoff process. The following topics are presented: unit hydrograph derivation, changing the duration of a unit hydrograph using the S-curve method, estimation of the NRCS’s Peak Rate Factor, multiple sub-basin modeling, parameter estimation, resevoir modeling, dam breach analysis.
Cost: $800 per participant
EARN UP TO 40 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS (PDHs)!
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) are now required in order to
maintain currency with your Professional Engineering License (P.E.) This
course satisfies the requirement as set forth by the New Jersey State Board
of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors as a means of earning PDHs.
Course 1: “Engineering Hydrology: Applications
Using HEC-HMS” is eligible for 24 PDHs Course 2: “Advanced Engineering Hydrology: Applications Using HEC-HMS” is eligible for 16
Instructor: Dr. Michael Horst, Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Civil Engineering at TCNJ
Location: 156 Armstrong Hall, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ 08628-0718
Early Registration Discount:
Sign up on or before Friday July 20 to receive a $100 discount per participant.
To register for the course, or if you have further questions, please contact Dr. Michael Horst at 814-571-5607 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Please visit the website for specific details about the course including: a complete course agenda, information about the instructor, course materials, and directions to The College of New Jersey: http://www.tcnj.edu/~horst/coned.htm