CIRP Technology-Transfer Workshop (#38)
6-8 March 2012
US Army Corps of Engineers
The 13th Annual Coastal Inlets Research Program (CIRP) Technology Transfer
Workshop (38th overall) will be held in March 2012. The workshop will be held using facilities
at the Philidelphia District. Workshop attendees were provided Laptops or PCs with pre-loaded
software, a bound notebook with presentations, and a link to download all software and data sets
prior to the conference. A temporary 60-day license* for the Surface-Water Modeling System (SMS)
including the Coastal Modeling System (CMS), and GenCade.
NEW - Webinar Information
Most of the Workshop will also be set up as a Webinar (call-in and connection
information below). If you are interested in participating in the workshop via webinar, please email
so we can let you know where workshop materials are posted beforehand and add your name to our list.
You are welcome to participate for any portions of the workshop in which you have interest.
It is likely to be difficult for us to respond to individual off-site questions
during the workshop, but we will respond to you each as time allows, so please use the webinar
"participant chat" option for questions as these arise. Or, as always, feel free to email
workshop instructors anytime.
Webinar access and call-in information:
Toll-Free #: 888-273-3658
Participant Code: 6760180
Webinar: https://www.webmeeting.att.com (Internet Explorer works best). The Meeting
Number is the same at the phone number as listed above. The Participant Code is the same as above.
A temporary license (~2 months) to SMS is needed unless an existing SMS license that
includes the CMS Models is already in place. Please contact Mitch at
email@example.com to get that license information.
Agenda - Updated 3/1/2012
- Click here for CMS-Flow data folder.
- Click here for CMS-Wave data folder.
||Tuesday, March 6th
||Wednesday, March 7th
||Thursday, March 8th
|8 - 9
||Start of Workshop
||Pre-workshop assistance by appointment
||Welcome and Overview
of the Workshop
- Introduction to GC
- Question and Answer session
- Hydro Calibration and Validation
WaveNet and Other Cool
|10 - 12
Overview of SMS 11.0
- GenCade Demo
- Simple Example Walk-Thru
- Sediment Transport
- Morphology Change
- Calibration and Validation
|12 - 1
||Lunch on your own
1 - 5
- Grid Creation
- CMS-Flow model
- CMS-Wave model
- Advanced Sediment Transport
- Particle Tracking Model
- Advanced Topics and Future of CMS
|GenCade Future Plans
||Group Discussion: District needs
|5 - 6
||End of Workshop
Julie Rosati and CIRP PIs
Julie D. Rosati, PhD (
ERDC, Coastal & Hydraulics Laboratory