This year’s conference will begin with a general session featuring comprehensive development talks for both the FLOW-3D solver and graphical users interface, presented by Michael Barkhudarov, VP of R&D and John Ditter, VP of Software Engineering at Flow Science. In addition, a special development talk will focus on the advanced meshing capabilities of the software.
Advanced training for the use of FLOW-3D in the water & environmental industry will be held Monday, September 9. Training topics include the all new Sediment Scour model in FLOW-3D v11, hybrid 3-D/2-D shallow-water modeling for large domains, and efficient model and project workflows for hydraulics problems. The training will also provide hints and tips for using FlowSight™, FLOW-3D‘s new post-processing and visualization tool.