Camille has more than ten years of experience specialising in geology, hydrogeology and environmental geosciences. Her background and experience cover a range of geological and hydrogeological projects, including pre-feasibility, feasibility, specialist studies for input into environmental impact assessments and water use license applications.
The main objective of this course is to demonstrate the implementation of numerical modeling and geomechanics simulation in reservoir engineering. The course focuses on the practical applications of numerical modeling for simulation and analysis of geomechanics problems such as wellbore stability, geothermal analysis, flow analysis, and hydraulic fracturing.
Mr Moabelo is a recent graduate who has completed his BSc Honours degree in geology, He is currently enrolled for a MSc in Hydrogeology at the University of the Witwatersrand.
Civil engineers with knowledge of geotechnical engineering, but with little or no experience with FLAC.
Size capped at 10 participants to maximize student-instructor interaction.
16 hours total of synchronous hands-on training separated over four days over a 1½-week period.
Module 1: Numerical and Constitutive Modeling and FISH
Module 2: Advanced Constitutive Modeling
Module 3: Two-Dimensional Analyses
Module 4: Seismic Analyses of Embankment Dams
Itasca Consulting Group is pleased to collaborate with Dr. Richard Armstrong on this course.
Dr. Richard Armstrong is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at CSU, Sacramento and serves as an on-call Senior Engineer at GEI Consultants Inc.
Specializing in geotechnical earthquake engineering, Dr. Armstrong has research and project experience in the seismic evaluation of dams and other water-resource structures.
He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in mechanics, computer programming, and geotechnical earthquake engineering. He also provides training in geotechnical modeling using FLAC (Itasca Consulting Group).
Dr. Armstrong is a member of ASCE, EERI, ASDSO, and USSD. He serves as a committee member on the USSD Earthquakes Committee.
Zoom video conferencing
02 Feb 2021 - 11 Feb 2021
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