Topic: Water Resources

John Wolfhope

Three Questions Every Dam Owner Should Prepare For

In light of recent flooding incidents at dams across the country, dam safety is now on the minds of many […]

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Ashley Poe

HEC-RAS Version 5.0.3 Released

The USACE has released a new version of HEC-RAS that supersedes versions 5.0.1 and 5.0.2 (which was withdrawn due to […]

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Ashley Poe

HEC-RAS Modeling Series: Modeling a Steady-State Floodway in HEC-RAS

This article is the first in our blog series on HEC-RAS modeling. Be sure to check back for subsequent series […]

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Ashley Poe

HEC-RAS Version 5.0.2 Released, Now Temporarily Withdrawn

UPDATE: The USACE posted the following update on their website, regarding HEC-RAS Version 5.0.2 – “We’ve temporarily taken down HEC-RAS […]

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Ashley Poe

HEC-RAS Version 5.0.1 Now Available

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently released HEC-RAS 5.0.1, which fixes a few computational bugs that were identified in […]

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Héctor Olmos

10 Tips for Troubleshooting Unsteady HEC-RAS

Unsteady HEC-RAS can be a useful tool for modeling complex river systems; however, it can also be more difficult to […]

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Jill Trevino

New TxDOT Inlet and Manhole Standard Drawings Effective February 2014

Happy New Year from Ebb and Flow! The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) issued new inlet and manhole standard drawings […]

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Jeremy Dixon

Bridge Modeling in HEC-RAS

In riverine systems, bridges typically represent an obstruction to channel and floodplain flow. The obstruction to flow can be a […]

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