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2017 User Conference - Registration and call for abstract
The upcoming XXIVth TELEMAC-MASCARET Users Conference will take place this year at the Graz University of Technology in Graz (Austria) on the 17th-20th October 2017. A preceding workshop will be organized on the first and second day.
The conference is now open for registration. If you wish to present a paper, the deadline for abstract submission is May 29, 2017. The official TUC 2017 website with all the conference informations can be accessed here: www.tuc2017.tugraz.at
2016 User Conference registration ending soon
This is a reminder that registrations to the TELEMAC user conference 2016 will be closing on the 3rd October.
The conference program is available online at the following address: http://www.eau-mer-fleuves.cerema.fr/programme-program-a1472.html
2016 User Conference programme
The conference as well as the publications will be in English.
TELEMAC summer school 2016
TELEMAC summer school, 13-17 June 2016.
Howbery Park, Wallingford, UK.
This TELEMAC summer school provides a background to the hydrodynamic tools available in the openTELEMAC system. This hands-on course is delivered by experienced HR Wallingford consultants who have worked on many diverse projects.
This five-day summer school covers five different modules:
Module 1 - Meshing in TELEMAC (1 day)
Sébastien Bourban, member of the steering committee of the TELEMAC MASCARET consortium, will start the day with an introductory presentation. This course will then focus on meshing using Blue Kenue. Blue Kenue is freely available and can be used for both pre processing and post processing. This hands on session will highlight the functionality and processes in Blue Kenue that are used in the creation and modification of mesh structures.
Module 2 - Introduction to TELEMAC 2D (1 day)
TELEMAC 2D is a two dimensional in the horizontal (2DH) shallow water flow model with options for running in finite element, finite volume and Boussinesq styles. TELEMAC 2D provides a powerful insight into hydrodynamic processes and uses a flexible mesh, which optimises computational efficiency whilst maintaining fine detail in the area of interest. This course will provide a useful background on the steering files used in TELEMAC 2D. It will also cover the parameters and schemes including modelling turbulence and friction, how to run, modify and interpret results from a simulation.
Module 3 - Introduction to TELEMAC 3D (1 day)
TELEMAC 3D is a three-dimensional (3D) model that uses the same horizontally unstructured mesh as TELEMAC 2D. Applications of TELEMAC 3D include:
- simulation of discharges of buoyant or negatively buoyant effluent;
- flushing assessments where flows are driven by wind and density effects;
- evaluation of impacts of schemes for tidal power generation;
- simulation of flows in vertically stratified water bodies such as estuaries and reservoirs.
The course will introduce modelling with TELEMAC-3D using hands-on test cases. Advanced topics will also be covered, such as quality assurance for 3D modelling assessments, sensitivity testing and model limitations, which are vital for studies carried out to support environmental and engineering decisions.
Module 4 - Wave modelling with ARTEMIS and TOMAWAC (1 day)
ARTEMIS is a model for harbour disturbance assessment that solves the mild slope equation in elliptic form. It includes the processes of wave refraction by bed shoaling, partial reflection and diffraction due to structures. TOMAWAC represents the generation of waves due to winds or offshore climates and propagation into shallow water. It includes the processes of refraction due to the seabed and ambient currents, wave growth due to the wind, energy dissipation due to bottom friction and white capping, wave breaking and wave blocking. Breaking wave stresses are computed in the TOMAWAC model and these can be used within TELEMAC 2D or 3D to represent wave-driven longshore currents. This hands on course will cover examples of wave modelling with ARTEMIS and TOMAWAC.
Module 5 - Introduction to sediment modelling with SISYPHE (1 day)
SISYPHE is the 2D sediment transport module of the TELEMAC system. It solves the equations of bed load and suspended load for both sand and sand mixtures. Specific cohesive sediment properties can also be accounted for and the model includes a multilayer consolidation algorithm. Areas of inerodible bed and the reduction of transport rates in the presence of tidal flats are fully taken into account. SISYPHE can be tightly coupled with TELEMAC 2D and TELEMAC 3D while including inputs from the wave model TOMAWAC. The use of optimized numerical schemes and parallel processors enables medium to long term morphodynamic simulations. This course will cover sediment transport modelling in 2D, morphodynamics modelling and a review on basic sediment transport processes included in the model. The method of coupling with the hydrodynamics model and the effect of waves will be presented and a riverine typical application, including sand grading effects and a littoral application.
Who should attend?
Consultants and students who are working on riverine, coastal and maritime hydrodynamic modelling projects and are wishing to use the open source TELEMAC software suite.
At the end of the course participants will understand:
- the components of the TELEMAC suite;
- applications of TELEMAC;
- pre and post processing;
- how to set up and run a TELEMAC-2D model;
- how to set up and run a TELEMAC-3D model;
- how to set up a model and perform wave modelling with ARTEMIS and TOMAWAC;
- the process of modelling with SISYPHE and the different parameters.
For further details and to register your place, please go to: http://training.hrwallingford.com/training/telemac-suite-summer-school
2016 User Conference details
Initial details for the 2016 (23rd) TELEMAC-MASCARET User Conference are now available on the conference page.
The abstract template is now available for download.
Further information will be made available once the registrations open.
2015 User Conference proceedings available for download
The proceedings of the 2015 user conference - which took place at STFC Daresbury Laboratory in Liverpool - are now available for download (registered users only).
The 2016 user conference will be organised by CEREMA in Paris this autumn. Further details will be provided in a few months.
New and Advanced User Trainings 2016 for Telemac, Sisyphe, Telemac-AD / Adjoint Modelling, QGIS, Paraview and many other pre & post processing tools.
UHM River Engineering organizes 3 training courses for 2016, which will be held at the Fasanenschlösschen in Karlsruhe, Germany.
New in 2016 are the two "Advanced User Trainings", which are only possible due to the help of our guest speakers.
4 day Entry Level Training "Course I - Free Surface Flow Modelling with Open Source Software and Tecplot"
by Uwe Merkel from UHM Consulting Engineers and our guest speaker from Genius Graphics for Tecplot
Date: a) January 2016, 25th to 29th
Date: b) April 2016
4 day Advanced Users Training "Course II ‐ Telemac & Sisyphe in Full Depth"
by Jean‐Michel Hervouet and Catherine Villaret
Date: February 2016, 16th to 19th
3 day Advanced Users Training Course III ‐ Reverse Engineering of Interactions with Adjoints - A Hands‐On Introduction to Telemac‐AD"
by Uwe Merkel, Uwe Naumann, Jan Riehme
Date: May 2016, 2nd - 4th
User conference abstract submission deadline
The deadline for abstract submission for the 2015 TELEMAC-MASCARET User Conference is now two weeks away.
2015 User Conference - Registration and call for abstract
The upcoming XXIInd TELEMAC-MASCARET Users Conference will take place on the 15th and 16th October 2015. It will be held at STFC Daresbury Laboratory in the United Kingdom. Training courses and workshops will be organised the two days preceeding the conference.
The conference is now open for registration. You can register at a discounted price until the 25th September 2015. If you wish to present a paper, the deadline for abstract submission is 3rd July 2015. All necessary information can be obtained on the following page.
Compact Course: Hydraulic modelling of open channel flow with free software (GERMAN / ENGLISH )
This compact 3(+1) day course will be held at the Fasanenschlösschen in Karlsruhe by Dr.-Ing. Uwe H. Merkel from UHM Consulting Engineers, Karlsruhe.
Date: April 2015, 20th to 23rd (German)
Date: June 2015, 22nd to 25th (English)
The course is suitable for those who want to use Telemac, Paraview and QGIS in daily business.
- Understand the whole tool chain, learn to set up and use your own cluster.
- Adapt the source code to your own needs.
- Find out what is really important to produce the optimum results for your projects.
TELEMAC Summer School 2015 at HR Wallingford announced
This hands-on 5 day course will be held in Wallingford, Oxfordshire (UK) between the 6th and 10th July 2015. The summer school will cover meshing with Blue Kenue, hydraulic modelling with TELEMAC-2D/TELEMAC-3D, sediment modelling with SISYPHE, and wave modelling with ARTEMIS and TOMAWAC. You can choose to attend the whole week or choose to attend modules individually
This course is suitable for consultants and students who are working on riverine, coastal and maritime hydrodynamic modelling projects. You will have the opportunity to meet the tutors and other TELEMAC users.
Please click here for more details and to register.
XXIst TELEMAC-MASCARET User Conference Planning
A provisory planning of the Conference is now available
Next User Conference
We are pleased to announce that the next (XXIInd) openTELEMAC-MASCARET user conference will be organised on the 15th and 16th October 2015 in Daresbury Laboratory, between Manchester and Liverpool in the U.K.
We also would like to let you know that we are going to run a training session on the 13th and 14th October, where the attendees will get the chance to run their simulations over a large number of processors on our Blue Gene/Q.
More details to follow next year...
2014 Conference - Important information
The conference will start on Wednesday (15th) at 14:00 to finish on Friday afternoon around 15:00
The workshop will be limited to the Wednesday morning (start at 09:00)