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St. Johns River, 2005, Peter J. Singhofen



ICPR4 Hands-On Training Workshop

This workshop takes you step by step through numerous examples, where you will learn about the theory, use and practical application of ICPR4.


Class sizes are limited to 24 to assure personalized attention.  Extensive course materials are provided and included in the course fee.  




     Day 1 - 1D H&H Modeling


          1D H&H Basic Concepts & Computational Methods

                ICPR Building Blocks (Nodes, Links, Basins)

                Distributed Approach to Rainfall Excess Computations

                      Curve Number Method

                      Green-Ampt Method

                      Vertical Soil Layers

                Physically-Based Percolation


          Basic Drawing Skills

                Working in the Graphic View

                Create and Edit Points, Polylines and Polygons


          Group Example #1, Building a Model in Schematic View




                Lookup Tables

                Simulation Control & Execution

                Analysis of Results


          Group Example #2, Building a Geo-referenced Model

               Background Images (Import, Scale, Move, Rotate)

               Construct Nodal Network

               Prepare Map Layers (Basins, Land Use, Soils, Grading)

               Prepare Lookup Tables

               Data Forms

               Simulation Control & Execution

               Analysis of Results


     Day 2 - 1D H&H and 2D Overland Flow


          Group Example #2, (continued)


          1D Examples Including Analyzing Results

               Channel Routing

               Storm Sewer Systems

               Pump Stations

               Bridge Rating Curves from HEC-RAS


          2D Overland Flow Computational Methods

               The Finite Volume Method

               Triangles, Honeycombs, Diamonds & Auto-Parameterization

               Graphic Elements for Mesh Development


          2D Overland Flow Example #1: Residential Area

               Base Data

               1D Model Setup

               2D Graphical Elements

                     Interface with 1D Components

                           Storm Sewer System Including Inlets

                           Detention Ponds

                           Open Channel System

                     Terrain Characterization

                           Obstructions (Buildings)

                           Use of Break Lines and Break Points

                     Treatment of Boundary Conditions

               Mesh Construction and Parameterization

                     Specifying Map Layers and Surfaces for Parameterization

                     Preprocess Mesh Generation & Evaluation

                     Final Mesh Construction and Parameterization

               Simulation Control & Execution

               Analyzing Results


          2D Overland Flow Example #2: Rural Setting


     Day 3 - Integrated Surface and Groundwater Flow


          2D Overland Flow Example #2 (continued)


          Basic 2D Groundwater Flow Modeling Concepts

               Finite Element Method

               Triangles, Honeycombs, Auto-Parameterization

               Interaction with Vadose Zone and Surface Hydraulics

               Leakage Through a Confining Layer

               Continuous Simulation


          Detailed 2D Groundwater Example

               Region Boundaries

               Connecting the Surface System to the Groundwater System

               Mesh Construction and Parameterization

                     Specifying Map Layers and Surfaces for Parameterization

                     Preprocess Mesh Generation & Evaluation

                     Final Mesh Construction and Parameterization

               Simulation Control & Execution

               Analyzing Results Including Groundwater Mounding Animations


          Other 2D Groundwater Examples

               Traditional Hydrology and 2D Groundwater

               French Drains and Injection Wells

               Continuous Simulation of a Land-Locked Lake System


Course Instructors: Peter J. Singhofen, P.E. and F. Warren McKinnie, P.E., C.F.M. will serve as the course instructors. Mr. Singhofen is the original developer of ICPR and  has taught more than 200 workshops on the use and application of ICPR. Mr. McKinnie has more than 12 years experience in Water Resources Engineering including extensive experience with ICPR3, ICPR4 and ArcGIS.


Workshop Details

3-Day Workshop (21.5 PDHs)


Price: $1,795


Seminar Registration

If you would like to attend, please contact us at:




2019 Dates:  

Apr. 24-26, 2019

June 12-14,  2019 



City of Altamonte Springs

Public Works Building 

Lake Lotus Room

950 Calabria Drive

Altamonte Springs, FL  32714


Hotel Accommodations

There are numerous hotels near the I-4/SR 436 intersection, about 2 miles from the training facility.

Continuing Education: Streamline Technologies is an approved Florida Board of Professional Engineers Continuing Education Provider (CE Provider # 0003714, License #134 for the period beginning June 1, 2017 and ending May 31, 2019).  This workshop has been approved for 21.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) in the "area of practice" category.  We encourage Florida PEs to familiarize yourself with the current rule. 

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Cancellation Policy: Attendance is on a first come, first served basis and prepayment is required to confirm your registration. No refund to those who cancel less than 14 calendar days prior to the seminar.  If insufficient enrollment necessitates canceling the seminar, full tuition will be refunded.  Streamline Technologies is not responsible for non-refundable travel expenses. 



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