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Ian Small

Principal Modeller

Location
Leeds, United Kingdom
Industry
Civil Engineering
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Background

Summary

Hydraulic modeller specialising in InfoWorks CS with substantial project management and business development experience. Focus on water company framework delivery, leading and developing modelling teams.

Interest in new technologies and modelling techniques, especially real time modelling.

Specialties:Hydraulic Modelling in InfoWorks CS. Project Management. Knowledge Management.

Skills

  • Hydraulic Modeling
  • Team Building
  • Capacity Building
  • Water
  • Business Development
  • Drainage
  • Sewer
  • Flood
  • Hydraulics
  • Stormwater Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Modeling
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Hydrology
  • Water Quality
  • Water Management
  • Water Engineering
  • GIS
  • Urban Drainage
  • InfoWorks
  • Stormwater
  • Surveying
  • Flood Risk
  • Water Resources
  • Design Management
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Publications

Live Data for Live Modellers(Link)

WaPUG
November 2010

The Sewer Risk Management website, v1.1 recommends that Sewerage Management Plans have a 25 year time horizon and that the impact of interventions should be monitored post construction. Therefore regular model updates are needed to enable accurate assessment and to identify any changes in risk. There is a step change possible from the current cycle of revisiting a DAP. Increasingly models are also required by external stakeholders for other purposes (SWMPs etc).

Proactive management of assets and issue identification is important to operators. This can be facilitated through the use of live telemetry such as ultrasonic depth monitors and internet linked flow monitors.

The potential next stage would be to link the models and the live data together to provide real time benefits to all parties with an interest in the operation of the network.

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