November 15, 2014

How to Design OSD for MSMA 2 Seminar at IEM PJ on 3 Dec, 2014 (Wed)

We would like to invite you to attend the seminar on On-Site
Detention (OSD) to be held at the Institution of Engineers Malaysia
(IEM), Petaling Jaya on 3 December, 2014.

The registration form can also be downloaded from
http://seminar1.msmam.com

Or SMS now at 012-710 2620 to book your place!

As you are aware, the second edition of MSMA (MSMA2) was enforced
on 1 July, 2012.

Based on our case studies for Kuala Lumpur, we found significant
changes in major design parameters using MSMA2 as follows:

(1) Design storm increased by up to 126%,

(2) Design discharge using Rational Method increased by 131%,

(3) OSD storage volume increased by up to 235% and

(4) Storage volume for wet sediment basin increased by 165%.

The seminar covers the problems of applying MSMA2 in the design of
OSD. Case studies have shown that the storage (SSR) computed using
MSMA2 is about 2.3 times higher than MSMA1 for Kuala Lumpur due to
the approximation method used.

In this Seminar, we discuss alternative approach to the design of
OSD using the Exact Swinburne's Method which results in SSR
of less than half the MSMA2 estimate.

We will show you how to do this using spreadsheet and
software.

We invite you to attend the seminar as follows:

Seminar Topic: Problems of Applying MSMA2 in the design of
On-Site Detention (OSD)- Issues and Solutions.

Date: 3 December, 2014 (Wednesday) Time: 9:00 am to 5 pm.

Venue: C&S Lecture Room, Wisma IEM, Petaling Jaya

Fee: Discounted price of RM490 for early birds. Additional discount
for company sending in more than 1 participant.

We have developed a new and innovative software (MSMAware) for
MSMA2 that allows you to do the following effortlessly:

1. The software allows you to design for OSD using any one of the
following approaches: MSMA1, MSMA2 and the ESM (Exact Swinburne's
Method) Method.

2. Firstly, to compute the design storm for use in OSD computation,
you can click to select any one of the 135 stations in West
Malaysia on a map, and the software will compute the design storm
for you.

3. Secondly, to compute the peak discharge data using the Rational
Method for use in OSD computation, all you need to do is to select
the nearest stations on a map, enter the catchment area and select
the runoff coefficient and the software will compute the design
discharge for you.

4. Thirdly, for On-Site Detention (OSD) design, the software will
apply the three methods of computing the Site Storage Requirements
(SSR) i.e., the Swinburne method in MSMA1, the approximate
Swinburne method in MSMA2 and the Exact Swinburne Method (ESM) in
the first edition.

We will show you how to do this using spreadsheet and software.
Benefits of our seminars:

1. Find out how you can design OSD more economically and yet
complies with the requirements of MSMA2.

2. You will get free OSD design spreadsheets worth RM1,750 and free
Lite version of MSMAware worth RM8,000.

3. You will gain invaluable insight on MSMA2 from an expert with
nearly 3 decades of industry experience.

4. You will qualify for valuable CPD hours from BEM by attending
the seminar.

Signup now for the Seminars by faxing the attached registration
form!

The registration form can also be downloaded from
http://seminar1.msmam.com

Details at: http://msmam.com.

SMS Dr. Quek now at 012-710 2620 to book your place!

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