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Transitioning from Visual MODFLOW Classic to Flex

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Transitioning from Visual MODFLOW Classic to Flex

USD$349.00

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After more than 20 years, Waterloo Hydrogeologic is retiring development on the Visual MODFLOW Classic interface and focusing our development efforts on the new and improved Visual MODFLOW Flex interface.
This short course is meant for long-term users of Visual MODFLOW Classic who would like to begin the transition to the Visual MODFLEX Flex interface.

 

SKU: CLAS-1-WEB Category:

Description

Transitioning from Visual MODFLOW Classic to Visual MODFLOW Flex

Course Code: CLAS-1-WEB

Course Software: Visual MODFLOW Flex

After more than 20 years, Waterloo Hydrogeologic is retiring development on the Visual MODFLOW Classic interface and focusing our development efforts on the new and improved Visual MODFLOW Flex interface.

This short course is meant for long-term users of Visual MODFLOW Classic who would like to begin the transition to the Visual MODFLEX Flex interface.

The course will touch on the following topics:
• Which engines/packages/grid types are supported in Visual MODFLOW Classic and Flex
• How to import Visual MODFLOW Classic projects into Visual MODFLOW Flex
• The conceptual modeling workflow in Visual MODFLOW Flex
• Using data objects to define model boundaries and properties
• How to work with multiple models and grids in Visual MODFLOW Flex
• New VMOD Flex features which weren’t available in Classic, such as the expression builder, scripting tool, and advanced translation settings”

Who Should Attend?

This short course is meant for long-term users of Visual MODFLOW Classic who would like to begin the transition to the Visual MODFLEX Flex interface.

Learn about your trainer: Brayden McNeill

Brayden is Waterloo Hydrogeologic’s in-house Training Specialist. He has his BASc, in Environmental Engineering and MSc in Earth Sciences, both from the University of Waterloo. His research focus was mine waste management, specifically the geochemistry of sulfide oxidation causing acid rock drainage. He is also interested in contaminant transport and novel subsurface remediation techniques. Brayden has been with the team at Waterloo Hydrogeologic since his graduation in 2016, and starts as Training Specialist in January 2018. Brayden leads our online training sessions, and manages our roster of expert consultants for advanced and international training opportunities. In his spare time, Brayden is an avid rock climber and likes to spend time with his dog, Opal.

Additional information

Experience Level:

Introductory

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