Do not miss the opportunity to improve your skills in various topics of hydrogeology, join us in one of our online webinars!
In September we will offer the following webinars:
Water Balance in Industrial Plants and in Mining - How to Know and Monitor the Water Circuit in its Operations (IN PORTUGUESE)
In this webinar that will be presented on 09/02 (Wednesday) at noon (Brasília time), the sanitary and environmental engineer Christian Preis, from Water Services and Technologies will demonstrate through a tool for monitoring and managing water resources how the information shown via the dashboard or updated reports directly from the database facilitates the understanding of the water balance in operations of industrial units and in mining units.
FEFLOW Aplicado a Barragens (EM PORTUGUÊS)
This webinar will be presented on 09/09 (Wednesday) at noon (Brasília time) by Water Services and Technologies specialist, Nilson Guiguer, in partnership with HydroInfo and DHI. It will demonstrate how the FEFLOW software can be used for this type of analysis. The following topics will be addressed: delimitation of the water table in studies of dam stability; pore flow and pressure calculation; calibration of measured and observed levels using FePEST.
Pumping Tests Interpretation using AquiferTest 10.0 (IN ENGLISH)
In this webinar to be presented on 23/09 (Wednesday) at 11 AM EST, 3PM (GMT, noon Sao Paulo time) by Mauro Prado, M.Sc, from Water Services and Technologies, using AquiferTest Pro, will do practical examples of interpretation of pumping tests using analytical equations, as well as the use of inverse modelling of numerical models through PEST and Visual MODFLOW, which allows the interpretation of a much wider range of aquifer types, including heterogeneity, multiple layers, variable pumping rates and more. Main topics covered in this webinar: interpretation of pumping tests; aquifer type identification using the derivative method; interpretation of pumping tests in fractured media and limitations of analytical solutions and inverse modeling for estimating aquifer parameters with numerical models.
Why Use Visual MODFLOW Flex for Modelling Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport (IN ENGLISH)
In this webinar to be presented on 23/09 (Wednesday) at 11 AM EST, 3PM (GMT, noon Sao Paulo time) by Mauro Prado, M.Sc, from Water Services and Technologies will demonstrate how Visual MODFLOW Flex can easily simulate contaminant transport and remediation scenarios. This will include demonstration of mass balance calculations, particle tracking with MODFLOW-USG, transport of non-reactive and reactive transport with MT3D and RTS, an much more.