DSI is an engineering, planning, and research & development firm with its headquarters in the United States. A Representative Office was established in Hanoi in 2002 to provide the international/national development agencies and international companies with focused and experienced technical and management support.more
DSI has over 30 years of experience in providing water resources planning, flooding analysis and control, reservoir systems, groundwater flow, toxics transport, and water quality consulting services. DSI offers considerable expertise on a worldwide basis in water resources and environmental projects.more
Sydney Harbor Model
DSI successfully created a Linux-based real-time model (with visualizations between 24-48 hours) for the hydrodynamics and salinity of the Sydney Harbor, Australia for the SHED Project.more
Latest DSI News
2015 EFDC_Explorer & EFDC User Conference
Dynamic Solutions International is planning on hosting a user conference in early 2015 in Seattle. The conference will be an opportunity to present and receive papers on EFDC and EFDC_Explorer. Please let us know if you have interest in attending.more info
VACI 2013 Conference
Paul Craig, DSI CEO, presented a paper on arsenic contamination in the treated water supply at the “Vietnam Water Cooperation Initiative for livable cities”. The goal of the conference was to build a Vietnam‐based global partnership where scientists, engineers and policy makers can work together on innovations for Livable Cities in Vietnam and the region.more info
New Grid Generator
DSI is currently developing a new grid generating tool called CVL Grid. This grid generator will allow it’s user to quickly develop accurate grids of complex water bodies as well as make detailed edits of existing grids. The projected release date is Fall 2013.more info
San Francisco Bay Modeling Study
DSI has been tasked to provide technical support for hydrodynamic modeling studies in northern California. These studies will provide a rigorous look at the coastal flood hazards which integrate watershed outflows and tidal effects for the San Francisco Bay area.
Lake Washington Model
Final calibration is now being made on a hydrodynamic and temperature model of Lake Washington, Seattle. The model comprises 3,180 cells and 4 layers. The model will be used to develop water quality studies of the Lake.