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  1. We’re pleased to announce the forthcoming TUFLOW FV New Features and Application Seminars. The seminars are free to attend and will be led by Dr Ian Teakle, the primary developer of TUFLOW FV. The next seminars will be held in: Melbourne on Tuesday, 12 May 2015 Sydney on Wednesday, 13 May 2015 Please refer to the TUFLOW website for more information about the seminars: http://www.tuflow.com/Training.aspx?ws To register for one of the events please contact training@tuflow.com and specify your city.
  2. Dear TUFLOW users, The agenda for the TUFLOW FV New Features and Applications Seminar in Brisbane on Thursday 19 March 2015 is now available via the TUFLOW website: http://tuflow.com/Training.aspx?ws There are only a few places still available for the Brisbane event so please register by contacting training@tuflow.com. Dates for other capital cities will be announced shortly.
  3. Dear TUFLOW users, I’m pleased to announce the forthcoming TUFLOW FV New Features and Application Seminars. The seminars are free to attend and will be led by Dr Ian Teakle, the primary developer of TUFLOW FV. The first seminar will be held in Brisbane on Thursday, 19 March 2015. Dates for other capital cities will be announced in the near future. Please see the flyer (link below) for more information about the seminars and don’t forget to register your interest at training@tuflow.com. Flyer link: www.tuflow.com/Download/Flyers/150108_TUFLOW_FV_Training.pdf
  4. A robust method for 3D modelling of tidal environments using TUFLOW FV is to adopt a hybrid z-coordinate vertical mesh (i.e. the vertical discretisation). Following this approach, fixed z-level coordinates are specified for water levels below the tidal range (i.e. the always wet levels) and sigma coordinates are used within the tidal range. Example syntax for applying a hybrid z-coordinate vertical mesh is as follows: vertical mesh type == z layer faces == ..\geo\zfaces\zlayer_001.csv sigma layers == 3 Where the zlayer_001.csv file contains the following z-levels: Z -2.0 -3.0 -4.0 -5.0 -6.0 -7.0 -8.0 -9.0 -10.0 In this example, the TUFLOW FV model would apply three (3) sigma layers between z = -2m and the tidally varying free surface. Note that the highest z-level should always be below the lowest expected water level.
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