Termis Topology workshop

Course Description

The Termis 7 Advanced - Topology course is a 1-day, instructor-led class designed to provide in-depth knowledge of how to create a model and different scenarios. This compact workshop provides lectures and hands-on activities that explain how to use external data (GIS, CAD, and consumer databases) to create a model. Model update and scenario simplification tools are also covered.  


Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Create models based on external data, including importing network geometry, elevation, and consumption

  • Create scenarios and perform scenario simplification

  • Update a model and use the Smart Update tool

  • Work with spatial attributes


Engineers, Specialist solution providers, consultants, and other individuals who have fundamental knowledge in Termis, but need more information on best practices; modeling processes; and sequences in model creation, update, and simplification


  • Fundamental understanding and knowledge in Termis

  • 3-day Termis Fundamentals course, which is delivered the same week (highly recommended)

  • Previous experience in hydraulic modeling would be helpful

Course Outline

Section 1 – Model Creation Workflow

This section describes the sequence for creating a model based on external data. It covers the different sources of information, suitable file formats, data structure for attribute mapping, and parameters to ensure connectivity.  

Section 2 – Model Update

This section explains how to add additional information once the model is created. It describes how to reload data from the same source of information or from a new source. It also explains how to use the Smart Update tool.

Section 3 – Consumers and Elevation

This section describes how to work with consumers and elevation in the model, both of which are relevant data, usually coming from external data sources, but which are not part of the previous Model Creation Workflow.

Section 4 – Scenario Simplification

This section explains how to create a simplification scenario of the model, which is hydraulically equivalent to the 1:1 model, but more manageable and has better performance. This is especially important for the online models, which should be running in cyclic mode every “x” minutes, and where key points for hydraulic supervision are monitored.  


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