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XP Solutions is a leading provider of high performing industry standard software solutions and education devoted to improving our use and understanding of designed infrastructure. Our professional engineers and software development professionals are experts in their fields, and are dedicated to helping our customers succeed in their project work. XP Solutions clients, ranging from small engineering firms to worldwide professional service companies to government agencies, have used our software to design, model, analyze and sustain our global infrastructure with confidence for nearly 40 years.
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A Request for Startups post on January 3rd on the Y Combinator Blog caught my eye. The blogger talked about the need to prepare for things to get worse with regard to climate change, and called for applications for funding from those working on new technologies that could inexpensively produce clean water.
Conversation at the 2016 SESWA Stormwater BMPs, LID and Green Infrastructure Seminar in Atlanta GA that I attended recently touched upon the idea of computers taking our jobs and ‘Engineering Bots’. This has of course happened in other industries, but I didn’t anticipate it happening in the stormwater planning, design and management world.
The effort required to develop water resources engineering models can be significant. But once developed, in many instances the models are only evaluated for a limited, or a single set of conditions. The results and predictions obtained from these evaluations are the ones used in design, presented in reports and conveyed to decision makers and the public.
XP Solutions, a world leading provider of environmental engineering software solutions that instill confidence, proudly announces the release of XPDRAINAGE 2017.
You may have heard about the tragedy in Flint, Michigan — but to keep everyone on the same page the water in that system has turned toxic.
Living near water requires that we plan for situations when we have too much of it. Throughout history we have dealt with flooding when weather events exceed “normal” parameters.
XP Solutions in Brisbane recently presented a webinar on the design of detention basins. In response to the session, the support team were asked a number of questions on some of the other options that are available to engineers and designers of these systems as well as specific requirements that may need to be addressed. The following items apply within the Australian context but are applicable across the world.
Established in 1974, XP Solutions is a world leading provider of industry standard sustainable drainage and flood hazard software for the civil engineering and environmental sectors. Our reliable software technology and professional solutions are used every day around the world by government agencies, engineering companies and environmental management organizations to plan, design, simulate and manage the impact of human interaction with the natural world.
XP Solutions brings nearly 40 years of experience in developing and supporting professional software systems devoted to improving our use and understanding of water resources, and has expanded its expertise to include a broader scope of designed infrastructure. From designing drainage systems and managing water quality, to mapping flood risk and emergency response and road and site design, our solutions provide our clients with the efficient tools needed to promote safer communities, sustain ecosystems, optimize infrastructure investment, and manage environmental impact.
XP Solutions is devoted to developing tools that allow our clients to succeed in their project work. Our clients range from small engineering firms where one or two engineers provide site planning and drainage design, to global professional service companies that have teams of hundreds providing water resource management and environmental services, to governmental agencies charged with regulating and protecting the infrastucture of the world.
When you work with us, you will find that we are committed to more than providing a product; we are committed to earning your confidence through advancing technology, supportive relationship and problem-solving solutions.
XP Solutions is comprised of professional engineers, accomplished software development professionals, and dedicated client service managers – all armed with a wealth of industry knowledge and experience working together to provide solutions to our clients. With company teams in North America, Australia and the United Kingdom, augmented by distributors around the world and a network of professional research and development associations, our people possess the expertise and innovation built into each of our software solutions.
By Michael Crenshaw, P.E., CFM
Storm and Flood Products Manager
The actions taken in the initial minutes of an emergency are critical. A practical Emergency Action Plan comes from a reasonable risk assessment to identify potential emergency scenarios. XP Solutions Engineers look at the assessment of dam/levee breach scenarios, floods and Emergency Action Planning through effective modeling.
Coupled 1D/2D Modeling Tools for Single-Event Stormwater & Floodplain Management Applications
Learn about our exciting new site and road design software package. xpsite3D, which can be a standalone tool or compliment to existing CAD packages, has been developed over the past four decades by engineers who use the software. This webinar reviews some of the many time-saving and automated tools for road system, junction and roundabout design as well as inevitable design review. You will also see a demonstration of the fully engineered outputs and visualisation tools.
|Detailed 1D/2D Modeling Webinar
By Ryan Retzlaff
An application of 1D/2D modeling in Josephine County, Oregon with a detailed discussion of the 1D and 2D interaction across the entire study area. This case study contains a 1D element which floods, travels over land in the 2D domain, then enters a different 1D element. This occurs over and over with 6 different 1D elements. So if one drop of water was followed, theoretically it could move from the original 1D element and in and out of five additional elements while crossing over the 2D domain in between. The study was completed as part of a stormwater masterplan and therefore includes all major elements across the entire catchment.
|Linked Surface And Subsurface Modeling Webinar
Presented by Tom Ryan, P.E., Senior Project Manager at RBF Consulting, a Baker Company
Surface flood modeling within urbanized areas has traditionally been performed using 1-D modeling techniques, i.e. HECRAS modeling for FIRM preparations. The recent implementation of 2D surface flow modeling has allowed urbanized areas to be modeled more accurately, but lack the subsurface drainage infrastructure interface.
|Dam/Levee Breach Modeling
presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
A discussion of xp2D’s capabilities to assist in emergency action planning and flood mapping of levy breaches, dam breaches and catastrophic pipeline / canal failures.
|FEMA Floodplain Mapping Recorded Webinar
presented by Colby Manwaring, P.E.
This webinar discusses tools for flood mapping from 1D and 2D modeling including:
|XP-LIVE FREE ONLINE WEBINARS
Join XP Solutions Engineers for free online seminars to discuss important water resources issues, or view recorded presentations.