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Automated Optimal ACO Q-Brake flow control design within Flow

Register for this webinar to find out how to design ACO Q-Brake flow controls within Causeway Flow.

We will discuss the new vortex-based flow control within Causeway Flow for which the head and discharge relationship can be fine-tuned to optimise your surface water drainage design.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to design the ACO Q-Brake within Causeway Flow, whilst satisfying hydraulic constraints
  • How to increase the hydraulic efficiency and achieve a reduction in storage requirements
  • How to fine-tune designs to reduce storage costs and achieve an optimal design
  • How to specify multiple ACO Q-Brake devices in the same location at varying depths

You will be able to request a CPD Certificate at the end of the webinar.

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  Agenda

  1. Introduction of ACO Technologies plc & Causeway Technologies Limited
  2. The advantage of using ACO Q-Brake flow control
  3. Designing ACO Q-Brake flow control within Flow
  4. Optimal design, achieving ultimate storage requirements
  5. Q&A session

  Presenters

David SmokerDr David Smoker, Business Development Director, ACO

David Smoker has worked in the supply chain side of the water industry for more than 30 years. He chairs the ICE SuDS Task Group, is Vice-chair of the British Water Surface Water Management Focus Group and sits on various EN and BSI standards workgroups.

Netsanet MebrateNetsanet Mebrate, Product Owner, Causeway Technologies

Netsanet Mebrate brings years of both academic and commercial experience within drainage design software. Having completed a PhD in Scientific Computation, Netsanet is involved in Flow's strategic roadmap, conducts both technical and market research, and builds the training and support capability for Flow.

Tom_Fox.pngTom Fox, Sales Executive, Causeway Technologies

Tom Fox has worked in the flood mitigation and drainage sector for 15 years. Tom has worked on site in Europe, the Middle East and in London alongside Thames Water, later using that experience to aid drainage engineers in finding the right design tools for their scope of works.

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