The webinar takes place from 1 pm-2 pm (AEST) and participation is free of charge.
The project: Development of odour control system for Salalah wastewater network
DHI was commissioned as a sub-consultant to Associated Consulting Engineers International (ACE) to develop and calibrate a MIKE URBAN model for the sewer network in Salalah, Oman. The model was also designed to undertake the assessment of risk of H2S forming in the entire network based on Wastewater Aerobic-anaerobic Transformations in Sewers (WATS) simulations. The WATS simulation results were used in the design, supply and installation of an optimised chemical dosing system in the sewer network.
DHI was also commissioned to undertake capacity building and training of staff in Salalah Sanitary Drainage Services Company (SSDC) in using MIKE URBAN. The MIKE URBAN model of Salalah includes all sewer pipe networks, pumps and force mains - including approximately 8,500 pipes and 80 pumping stations. The wastewater loads of a population of approximately 180,000 are loaded to the model.
About the presenter
The webinar will be held by Morten Kjølby. Morten is a Principal Engineer with nearly 20 years’ experience in water engineering projects and software development. Morten joined DHI in 1999 and has a Master’s Degree in Science with a Civil Engineering major, awarded from the Technical University of Denmark in 1995. He has a long history and experience with MIKE URBAN software and has worked on numerous projects in Australia, Denmark, New Zealand, USA, and most recently Oman.
Click on the link to the left to register for the webinar. Deadline for registration is 11 June 2015. Before the webinar, you will receive a link to attend directly from your computer.