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  1. September 2017
    TUFLOW 2017 release now available for download..
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  2. August 2017
    There are plenty of TUFLOW workshop, training and..
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  3. August 2017
    The TUFLOW Team is growing. We wish to welcome..
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  4. July 2017
    The United Kingdom TUFLOW Conference will return in..
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  5. March 2017
    UK Training..
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  6. September 2016
    The Ultimate 1D-2D Flood Modelling Webinar..
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  7. September 2016
    Floodplain Management Association Conference Award..
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  8. August 2016
    TUFLOW 2016-03-AB Update..
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  9. August 2016
    TUFLOW Example Model and Demonstration Webinars..
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  10. August 2016
    USA TUFLOW Training Workshops..
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2017 Release

See the download page for
release notes and the executable
download

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TUFLOW Conference

Bristol Zoo, United Kingdom
18th - 19th April, 2018

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TUFLOW GPU

Use the computational performance
of GPUs to deliver a 10 to 100
times speed increase compared to
CPU simulations.

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TUFLOW Classic

Our flagship 1D network and 2D grid
based software for simulating flood
and tidal flow. TUFLOW’s leading
1D/2D dynamic linking capabilities,
robustness, established performance
and wide ranging functionality.

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Try TUFLOW For
FREE

Free unlicensed tutorial models are
available for download and use

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miTools

The MapInfo and TUFLOW Productivity
Utilities (miTools) have been developed
specifically to improve the efficiency of
setting up and reviewing TUFLOW© models,
as well as improving the day to day ease of
using MapInfo Professional

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TUFLOW FV

TUFLOW FV is a 2D / 3D flexible
mesh (finite volume) numerical model
that simulates hydrodynamic, sediment
transport and water quality processes
in oceans, coastal waters, estuaries
and rivers.

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TUFLOW AD

TUFLOW AD (Advection Dispersion) is a
module for simulating depth-averaged, 1D
and 2D constituent fate and transport. Both
dissolved and particulate constituents
can be simulated, as can water temperature
via a spatially variable atmospheric heat
exchange.

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