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  1. Hi all, New user to TUFLOW/SMS trying to overcome this issue (pictured). When importing a 2dm mesh data (created from TUFLOW Tutorial 06) which featured a 1d solution area along the river and a 2d solution area at the floodplains, I have observed that the Z elevation values of the 1D area is positioned above the 2D area. This does not affect the viewing of results in plan view but I am curious if there would be a way to properly align the two areas so that results viewing would be realistic in 3D view. Thank you very much, Tyson
  2. Hi everyone, For TUFLOW simulation, generally I use shapefile as a source to define Landuse/material properties. Is there any way in SMS to use a raster file as a landuse file. TIA -Fahad
  3. Hi everyone, My study area for a TUFLOW 2D simulation is given below. The red arrows indicates ocean and yellow arrows are for river. I have water level vs time data for both of the side. For the river I can easily draw a BC to represent the flow. But how should I model the BC at the ocean side. Should I draw a big arc acorss the ocean side to represent the BC?
  4. The study area I want to model in TUFLOW is as below. I have couple of question about the Initial water level and the boundary conditions. 1. The DEM I have is merged with the bathymetry and vertical datum for that is NAVD1988. 2. I want to use two upstream boundary conditions (marked by green line in the picture). And both of the station gages are at the same level from the vertical datum. (Datum of gage is at 0.00 ft NAVD of 1988) 3. The red circled are my downstream boundary conditions. But they datum of gage are not always at 0.00 ft of NAVD88. For example the middle red ci
  5. The study area I want to model in TUFLOW is as below. I have couple of question about the Initial water level and the boundary conditions. 1. The DEM I have is merged with the bathymetry and vertical datum for that is NAVD1988. 2. I want to use two upstream boundary conditions (marked by green line in the picture). And both of the station gages are at the same level from the vertical datum. (Datum of gage is at 0.00 ft NAVD of 1988) 3. The red circled are my downstream boundary conditions. But they datum of gage are not always at 0.00 ft of NAVD88. For example the middle red ci
  6. SMS training course to be held May 1-4, 2012 in Orem, Utah. Space is still available for this training. This is our introductory course that has been refreshed with new content focusing on new generation models such as ADH, TUFLOW, and some of the models supported by the generic model interface. For details on this course see the link below: http://www.aquaveo.c...aining_saltlake Also, we are planning additional SMS training courses focusing on TUFLOW in Brisbane, Australia and Belfast, N. Ireland. See these links for details on these courses. Brisbane Course: http://www.srit.com....tails.p
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