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Get Real: Using AutoCAD Civil 3D and Storm and Sanitary Analysis to Prepare EPA SWMM Models
Instructional demo    LD15697
Robert Ward
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The Stormwater Management Model (SWMM) is a powerful analysis engine inside Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis. SWMM empowers both Landscape Architects and Urban Planners analyze sites and create sustainable stormwater solutions. This class uses the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA as case study on how to build a complete SWMM analysis from the ground up including techniques for open channels, bioswales, infiltration trenches, as well as a deep dive into the extended functions of SWWM.   If time allows, also a look at injection wells and more complex BMP routing.  By the end of this class users will have a solid foundation of workflows between Autodesk Civil3D and Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to create import-ready SWMM subbasins, links, and nodes
  • Learn how to use GIS techniques to prepare SWMM geometry
  • Learn how to import, troubleshoot, and prepare a SWMM model
  • Learn how to use storage nodes to model BMPs with infiltration

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<p>Robert is an Environmental Designer in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has worked in various design roles at the meeting point of Civil Engineering, Urban Design, and Computer Science for 10+ years, 8 of which were with multinational planning-engineering companies, AECOM (Guangzhou) and Parsons Brinkerhoff (Shanghai) as a BIM/CAD manager and GIS analyst. His passion for Hydrology lead him to a co-teaching position at Tongji University Planning Department; Applications of Civil Engineering Hydrology for Urban Planners. He was a key speaker at Wuhan Sustainability in Urban Planning Conference; GIS Based Simulations of Energy and Water, as well as a selected speaker for World Architecture Day Shanghai; BIM Techniques for Multimodal Mass Transit Station Design. He has taught at AU2012; CI4820-V: Feeling the Lay of the Land: Civil 3D + Civil View for Landscape Architects. He was a key technical consultant for Roundabout and LID tools in Infraworks360. He is a certified professional in AutoCAD, Civil3D, Revit Architecture, RevitMEP, Revit Structure, Autodesk Building Performance Analysis, and ArcGIS 10.3, as well as being a LEED accredited professional. He was trained as a landscape architect in the rigorous curriculum of North Carolina State University College of Design, and currently works at Hyphae Design Lab an environmental engineering consultancy.</p>
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