Modelling and Simulation Techniques

GIS based Spatial Analysis

  • Automated Catchment Delineation
  • Generation of Digital Terrain Models

GIS Based Satellite Image Analysis

  • Supervised & unsupervised Maximised likelihood classification
  • Training and machine learning techniques

LIDAR Data Processing

  • Creation of Digital Elevation Models
  • Creation of Digital Terrain Models
  • Extraction of Levels for use in preliminary designs

Statistical Modelling of Rainfall Extremes, Peak Discharges and Water Levels

  • Curve fitting using Log Pearson Type III, Gumbel Extreme Value and Generalised Extreme Value (GEV) Distributions
  • Extraction of Peak Values corresponding to Higher Return Periods

1D/2D Hydrological Modelling

  • Physically based hydrological modelling of urban drainage systems
  • Urban flood modelling
  • Development of lumped models for design peak flow estimation

Hydraulic Modelling

  • Steady state modelling
  • Water Surface Profile Modelling
  • Computation of flow velocities and profiles
  • Bridge scour analysis
  • Hydraulic analysis of water distribution networks

Finite Element Modelling

  • Extraction of plate moments for design of structures
  • Identification of most stressed element for detailed design
  • Extraction of stresses for comparison with material strengths
  • Crack width checks

The aforementioned modelling tools and techniques are applied in analysis and design of water distribution networks, urban drainage systems, road drainage and bridge structures, dams and hydropower projects among others.