Learning Resources

GoldSim Webinars

We offer free, monthly webinars to present GoldSim features and applications. Upcoming webinars are listed below. If you would like to be placed on our Webinar Mailing List to be reminded every month of the upcoming webinar, contact us.

All webinars are recorded (and posted to the site within a day or two), and these provide an excellent resource for learning about GoldSim features and applications.

Materials and video recordings of past webinars are available on our Webinar Archive Page.

    Next Webinar

    Making the Most of the Pool Element

    The new Pool element was added to GoldSim 12.1. If you are considering upgrading your model to this version, there is a good chance you might also need to upgrade your Reservoirs to Pools. There are advantages to doing it and the process is quite simple. This webinar will introduce the Pool and its features along with showing how to swap the old Reservoir element out with the Pool. There are some additional steps you need to take in the process of switching to the Pool, including removal of excess elements like the Allocator and summation of inflows and outflows since the Pool is designed to take care of this for you. This webinar is also useful for those that are building new models and plan to incorporate the pool for simulation of dams, reservoirs, ponds, and other storage-type facilities.

    Presented by: Jason Lillywhite

    Presentation Time:

    25 April 2019 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PDT


    If you would like further information about this topic, please contact us via the GoldSim Help Center.

    Future Webinar Schedule

    Below is a listing of our future webinars that are planned for 2019.

    • May:  Guest speaker, Nicholas Brink with Stantec - Modeling Consolidation of Slurries: A Water Balance Approach
    • June: Modeling treatment processes using the Contaminant Transport Module
    • July: The PID controller
    • August: Time series analysis
    • September: Tips and tricks for managing large models

    If you have a suggestion for a webinar topic, please contact us.