Bentley water, wastewater, and storm water products continue to deliver excellence in hydrologic and hydraulic system analysis and design. These products are deployed across the full plan, design, operate, and maintain lifecycle of water resource infrastructure to optimize designs, manage leaks, prioritize investments, manage energy consumption, and enhance operations workflows.
- The main objective of the water supply system is to provide adequate storage capacity to supply potable water for the buildings & commercial areas with adequate quantity and pressure, and with minimum construction and operation costs, complete with necessary provisions to meet the fluctuating demands of the site.
- The main objective of wastewater collection systems is to convey the domestic wastewater from its sources to the public sewage collection, then to a location where it may be treated and ultimately reclaimed for reuse or recycling.
- The main objective of a storm drainage system is to prevent the accumulation and retention of water on paved and parking areas.
Bentley offers a streamlined utility network design and management product with Bentley Utilities Designer. This product is a comprehensive design and GIS based management application for electric, gas, water, and wastewater networks and can be configured to integrate with a variety of GIS and WMS systems. Bentley Utilities Designer is fully integrated with WaterCAD, WaterGEMS, SewerCAD, and SewerGEMS
This course covers the design, management and drawing of infrastructure different networks:
- WaterGEMS (WaterCAD)
- SewerGEMS (SewerCAD)
- Using Autodesk Civil3D in WaterGEMS & SewerGEMS
Infrastructure Diploma 17 class x 2.5 hours = 42.5 hours
|COURSE TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER READING MATERIALS|
We recommend the following books:
- Advanced Water Distribution Modeling and Management Walski, Tom
- Computer Applications in Hydraulic Engineering, 8th Edition Multiple Authors
- Floodplain Modeling Using HECRAS Dyehouse, Gary
- Heastad Methods Water Resources Modeling Collection
- Security and Emergency Management for Water Systems Doe, Steve
- Storm water Conveyance Modeling and Design Durrans, Rocky
- Wastewater Collection System Modeling and Design Walski, Tom
- Water Loss Reduction Multiple Authors
- Water Supply and Wastewater Removal Multiple Authors
- Basic knowledge and skills about using computers.
- Hydraulics background is recommended.
Attendance 40% Assignments (workshop + 2 projects)
60% To pass the course and receive both Autodesk certificate & CAD MASTERS certificate you should:
- Attend at least 80% of course hours.
- Score more than 70% as a total score.