DSI Senior Consultant, Paul Craig, made a presentation at the World Environment & Water Resources Conference on June 11. Mr. Craig spoke about the “Application of a Dynamically Coupled Near/Far Field Propeller Wash Scour Sediment Transport Model to Estimate Scour Around a Berthing Facility.” Over the years, several approaches have been developed to compute the effect of propeller wash (propwash) linked to a numerical sediment transport model. These approaches have limitations that usually prevent full dynamic coupling. In this presentation, the development of a propwash model dynamically linked to the widely used open-source EFDC+ code was outlined. The model computes shear stresses and scour induced by propwash, including propeller energy on the three-dimensional flow field. The presentation may be viewed here.