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Delivering Flood Risk Management Solutions to our clients in Ireland

Throughout Ireland, Flood Modeller is used by the Office of Public Works (OPW) for the development of flood relief schemes as part of the national Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management (CFRAM) programme. Flood Modeller has been used to undertake CFRAM studies of the Suir and Shannon catchments.

It was also used in the Fingal and east Meath region for a Flood Risk Assessment and Management Study which focused on urban areas known to have experienced flooding in the past and areas subject to significant development pressure both now and in the future.

Flood Modeller is used in many other projects in Ireland including the Dublin MetroLink project for which the National Transport Authority commissioned Jacobs to provide engineering design services.

“Flood Modeller has been used on a number of OPW’s Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management studies and will be used in the development of some flood relief schemes over the coming decade.”

Gerry Gallagher, Flood Risk Assessment & Management Section, Office of Public Works

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Flood Modeller

Available for free, Flood Modeller’s 1D and 2D solvers allow you to seamlessly model rivers, floodplains and urban drainage systems.

It provides users with a flexible and cost-effective range of tools for proactive decision-making to help manage our environment and the challenges associated with flood risk. It is suitable for a wide range of engineering and environmental applications, from calculating simple backwater profiles to modelling entire catchments to mapping potential flood risk for entire countries.

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Flood Cloud

Flood Cloud is an innovative service that enables users of Flood Modeller, TUFLOW and HEC-RAS to seamlessly undertake modelling in the cloud.

Until recently, the required outputs from flood modelling were typically selected water levels and flood extents from a handful of simulations such as three return period events. Now, a much richer set of results are required, with more annual exceedance probabilities, various climate change scenarios and a range of flood management options with different flood defence performance assumptions.

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Training courses in Ireland

Training course

Release the full potential of Flood Modeller with our 1D and 2D modelling training courses in Dublin.

Due to the popularity of our September course, we have scheduled additional dates:

  • 22-23 October 2019 - 1D modelling using Flood Modeller
  • 24 October 2019 - 2D modelling using Flood Modeller

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