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XP-LIVE Online Webinars

Join XP Software Engineers for free online seminars to discuss important water resources issues, or view recorded presentations

XP-LIVE Webinars are our way of reaching out to discuss not only the tools in XPSWMM and XP2D, but the hot topics in water collection in our present world.  Once a month, XP Software will offer a live hour-long webinar presented by one of our experienced engineers.  During the presentations you will be invited to ask questions along the way via the chat feature.

We invite you to join us by clicking on one of the links below and registering for our webinars.  Once you register, you will receive an email confirming the registration with information you will need to login.  If you are unable to attend the live presentation, all webinars will be recorded and made available on this page.

 

UPCOMING XP-LIVE WEBINARS
(PLEASE NOTE TIME ZONE)

 

 

 

 

Next Webinar To Be Announced

Modeling Extreme Events

presented by Zach Sample

This webinar discusses extreme event hydrology and hydraulics, including simulation of moving storm events, value of 1D/2D rainfall storage/ponding, importance of quality rainfall data and more.

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Dam / Levee Breach Modeling

presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
101MB, 0:54:34


A discussion of XP2D’s capabilities to assist in emergency action planning and flood mapping of levy breaches, dam breaches and catastrophic pipeline / canal failures.

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XP-LIVE WEBINAR RECORDINGS:
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HEC-RAS 1D to XPSWMM 1D/2D

presented by Zach Sample, EIT
57.0MB, 0:31:39

A discussion of typical 1D hydraulic model limitations overcome by using a 1D/2D integrated approach, as well as an overview of HEC-RAS model conversion to XPSWMM.

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Water Quality 101

presented by Bob Carr, P.E., CSM
53.45MB, 0:37:15

This webinar reviews various approaches and parameters used for water quality modeling including Land Use, Event Mean Concentration, Build-Up, and Wash off of Pollutants.

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Hydraulics 101

presented by Bob Carr, P.E., CSM
Thursday, February 3, 1:00PM PST (USA) or
Friday, February 4, 8:00AM AEDT (Aus)

This webinar will compare different approaches to hydraulics modeling including Manning’s Equation, Kinematic Wave, Diffusion Wave and Dynamic Wave.

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Theory Behind Modeling Structures in 2D

presented by Ashis Dey, M.Eng, Ph.D.
48.7MB, 0:32:09

We will use the XPSWMM and XP2D software to demonstrate how to apply integrated 1D/2D modeling options to address complex floodplain issues such as modeling  culverts, bridges, thin floodwalls, etc. can be difficult with many 2D models, and the theory behind it.

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Hydrology 101

presented by Bob Carr, P.E.
61.72MB, 0:47:09

This webinar discusses various ideas about hydrology, including how XPSWMM calculates runoff from various hydrology methods such as SWMM Runoff, SCS, Rational Method and unit hydrographs.

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Estimating Probable Maximum Flooding

Presented by Sreejith Gangadharan, M.E.

The need to estimate the effects of flood events caused by rainfalls in excess of the 100 year ARI has become more apparent and is now becoming mandatory.  This webinar covers the methodologies (GSDM, GSAM and GTSMR) and review projects utilizing these methodologies.

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New XPWSPG

presented by Michael Crenshaw, P.E., CFM
48.2MB, 0:38:06

Explore the new WSPG hydraulic calculations, see the new graphical users interface, new data input and output along with a host of other capabilities. The WSPG methodology is of special interest to those in the Los Angeles County and other areas around the Western States.

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FEMA Floodplain Mapping

presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
108MB, 0:56:45

This webinar discusses tools for flood mapping from 1D and 2D modeling including:

·         generation of profile plots and cross section plots

·         tools and processes for exporting 1D and 1D/2D flood extent results to CAD/GIS for DFIRM mapping

·         Fully automated 1D/2D flood extent mapping and Base Flood Elevation (BFE) generation.

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Modeling Water Quality

presented by Tony Kuch, Eng, MSc
69.5MB, 0:52:14

We discuss the modeling of contaminant uptake and transport through the hydraulic system, including storm water, sanitary or river systems as well as:

·         Buildup and Washoff Theory

·         Street Sweeping and Erosion

·         Dissolved Oxygen Cycle Simulation

·         Pollutant Storage and Treatment Theory

·         Pollutant routing from roads, runways and natural surfaces

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Modeling Structures in 2D

presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
115MB, 1:00:13

2D modeling is becoming standard practice to understand the complexities of overland flow; however, the integration of structures such as culverts, bridges, thin floodwalls, etc. can be difficult with many 2D models.  We will use the  XPSWMM and xp2D software to demonstrate how to apply integrated 1D/2D modeling options to address complex floodplain issues.

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Continuous Simulation

presented by Tony Kuch, Eng MSc
88MB, 0:54:06

Discuss advantages of continuous simulation, supporting hydrology methods, management and processing of time series and hydraulic elements such as evaporation, exfiltration losses in ponds and others.

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Combined Sewer Overflows

presented by Bob Carr, P.E.
83.6MB, 0:53:58

We will discuss combined sewer systems modeling using the EPA’s RTK approach and various diversion devices such as weirs, orifices, bypasses and more.

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Reviewing an xpswmm/xpstorm Model

presented by Tony Kuch, Eng, MSc
80.3MB, 1:00:00

This webinar will be of interest to those who review hydraulic/hydrologic models.  Learn where to find the information you need in XPSWMM and XPStorm.

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Watershed Delineation and Hydraulic Modeling with WMS and XPSWMM

presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
104MB, 0:51:27

Learn about how the Watershed Modeling Software (WMS) now links to XPSWMM with the new Stormdrain Link for watershed delineation and advanced hydraulic modeling.

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Low Impact Development Modeling

presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
95.5MB, 0:59:45

A discussion of storage & treatment at the sub-catchment level inc. pollutant removal methods such as green roofs, swails, rain gardens, pervious pavements, and more.

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Interconnected Pond Routing: Sustainable Wetlands

presented by Tony Kuch, Eng, MSc
86.6MB, 0:48:01

Water mgmt modeling & dynamic analysis of ponded systems inc. storage, backwater effects, weirs, & outlet structures in a single model.

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Flood Modeling Technologies: The Implications of a 1D/2D Approach

presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
92.4MB, 0:55:43

A discussion of 1D and 2D technologies, and the benefit of a combined approach. Also the modeling of pipes, rivers and overland flow in a single model.

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