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2020.01 TUFLOW Tutorial Module 1 – Part 1
2020.01 TUFLOW Tutorial Module 1 – Part 2
2021.07 2D Cell Sub-Grid Sampling in TUFLOW
2021.05 TUFLOW DOS Configuration Tip
2021.03 Sourcing Topography Data (Australia)
2020.09 How to Implement Quadtree
2020.04 3D Visualisation of 2D TUFLOW Results Using SMS
2019.12 Flood Modelling Output Management Advice
2019.11 Creating QGIS Animations with Embedded Dynamic Plot Windows
2019.02 Notepad++ Configuration Tips for TUFLOW Modelling
2019.02 QGIS TUFLOW Configuration and First Time User Tips
2019.01 2D Flood Modelling 101: Historic Event Calibration
2018.12 ARR 2016 Design Flood Ensemble Event Identification
2018.10 ARR 2016 Ensemble Analysis Result Processing
Follow these steps to create a 2D TUFLOW model. It is based on Tutorial Module 1 from the TUFLOW Wiki Part one focuses on: 1) Establishing the model environment 2) Defining the 2D model domain (elevations and mesh) 3) Delineation of materials within the modelTUFLOW Wiki Tutorial Module 1
This presentation covers: Where to obtain free topography data for Australia. How to read in 1000's of DEM tiles quickly and easily in a TUFLOW model. Simple quality control review datasets, and how to fix data gaps between neighbouring datasets.
Notepad++ is a free text editor. This recording provides a demonstration on how to configure it for TUFLOW modelling. In particular, it focuses on how to enable TUFLOW syntax highlighting, file navigation options and running TUFLOW simulations directly from Notepad++.
For those wanting to get started with QGIS here are some tips. Timings of sections are: 0:00 Installing QGIS; 1:05 Configuring QGIS for TUFLOW modelling; 4:00 Creating and opening layers; 7:50 Creating a TUFLOW project; 9:20 Editing layers; 13:00 Attribute data; 15:00 Project files and symbology; 17:20 Other useful information.
This webinar focuses on flood model calibration. It discusses the reason why calibration is necessary and uses past lessons learnt to provide recommendations for input data preparation. An example real world calibration demonstration is presented.