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Urban flooding poses risks to residents, property, and infrastructure, and disrupts urban services. Hydraulic simulations help engineers to better predict and understand vulnerabilities, leading to more resilient drainage systems. ​

OpenFlows SewerGEMS has long offered fully dynamic, 1D analysis capabilities to help engineers design and assess hydraulic systems. SewerGEMS now also provides new tools for connecting 1D network elements with 2D overland flows. This integrated 1D/2D analysis provides a more detailed picture of flooding extents and impacts, helping engineers as they contend with increased flood frequency and severity, aging infrastructure, and other design challenges. ​

Results from the SewerGEMS 2D analysis include surface depth and velocity, flood hazard, and inundation times. Easy visualization tools enable better understanding and communication of flood impacts. ​

Please join us for a free webinar to explore SewerGEMS 2D hydraulic modeling features and tools.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Model applications and benefits of integrated 1D/2D hydraulic analysis​
  • 2D Hydraulic Modeling features and tools available in SewerGEMS​
  • 2D model results visualization​
  • Virtuoso subscriptions and SewerGEMS offerings from Virtuosity


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Webinar Presenters


Diego Rodriguez

Product Sales Engineer,

Diego Rodriguez is a Product Sales Engineer at Virtuosity, A Bentley Company. After obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Diego worked as a Water/Wastewater Engineer. Diego has experience working with various water resources projects and site development. 

Kristen Dietrich

Kristen Dietrich

Senior Product Manager,

Kristen Dietrich is the Senior Product Manager for OpenFlows desktop software. Since joining Haestad Methods in 1999, and Bentley via its acquisition of Haestadshe has served as an instructor, Learning Content Manager, Managing Editor for the development of Hydraulics and Hydrology textbooks, Technical Support Manager, Senior Consultant, and Consultancy Manager. Prior to joining Bentley, Kristen worked in civil engineering consulting, where she was involved with site design, land development and water resources projects.