This online course provides an introduction to groundwater modeling with FEFLOW software. Participants will have a review of the theory of flow and transport of contaminants in saturated media, as well as basic concepts to create three-dimensional models, run simulations and analyze scenarios using the FEFLOW software. As well as the acquired knowledge will be exercised in practice with modeling exercises at FEFLOW aimed at mining applications.
- Introduction to groundwater flow modeling
- Introduction to contaminant transport modeling
- Meshing with FEFLOW
- Defining boundary conditions
- Overview of the software interface and key features
- Basic practical exercises: water flow and transport of contaminants
What will you get
- Theoretical class exercise booklet
- Participants will have access to a training license to use the software for 15 days after the course.
- Certificate of participation
- Discount for participation in the Advanced Modeling Course with FEFLOW with PEST.
- Minimum requirements for installing FEFLOW software
- Personal computer
Professionals, students, researchers and managers who deal with challenges involving water, contaminants, quantification of resources, quality analysis, impact assessment and environmental licensing in underground environments, who want to know the finite element method and have an introduction to applications with FEFLOW .
NILSON GUIGUER, Ph.D.
He is a specialist in numerical groundwater models. Author of many computer models, including Visual MODFLOW, Flowpath, Flonet and others. Master in Hydrology and Hydraulics from the University of São Paulo and PhD in Hydrogeology from the University of Waterloo, Canada. He served as a consultant on numerous projects, applying mining models, water resource management, environmental impacts and remediation. He is a recognized instructor, having taught more than 100 professional courses in various parts of the world. He is currently a managing partner at Water Services and Technologies and professor of undergraduate and graduate courses at the Federal University of Santa Catarina.