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28/05/2019 14:50:50

Taking place on 5th June at 12:00 BST and 10:00 CDT, Dr. Bob Potter, Development Manager for Flood Modeller, will demonstrate some of the latest features within Flood Modeller. This 20-minute webinar will provide an overview of:

  • More memory – Load larger GIS datasets

  • New Asymmetrical Conduit Unit - Model closed-topped conduits of any possible shape of cross-section

  • New Catalogue Tool - Organise and manage all data associated to a river / floodplain modelling project using Flood Modeller and/or TUFLOW

  • New Pier-Loss Bridge Unit - Model the afflux at bridges where the dominant cause of losses is the friction from piers

  • New Link Lines Tool - Link your Flood Modeller and TUFLOW models by automatically filling in certain data fields

  • Flood Cloud - Enhanced model packaging functionality to enable a wider range of model configurations to be run in the cloud

  • Damage Calculator- Enhance your calculations to include additional damages beyond direct property damage

  • Link Line Generator Tool – Simpler process thanks to multiple options for creating link lines, utilising properties from the active network, shapefiles and underlying DEM.

  • 1D enhancements -

    o   Extension of links with TUFLOW HPC to enable inclusion of ESTRY components in linked 1D to TUFLOW HPC models

    o   Option to select multiple results when charting 1D model results and functionality to select multiple nodes in 1D

    o   Enhanced auto-georeferencing when loading 1D networks without an associated gxy file

  • 2D enhancements

    o   Functionality to allow simulations to start without the user needing to specify a 1D-2D mass balance diagnostic filename

    o   Ability to write out the calculated maximum extent in an ASCII grid format

    o   Compatible with the latter of these changes; users can now select to write out check grids or automatically generate maximum flood extents in ASCII or GeoTIFF format

    o   Improved 2D active area draw tool which now includes the option to trace along a specified polyline shapefile.

Dr. Bob Potter has over 15 years of international post-doctoral experience. Bob has a key role in the decision process for what new functions are introduced in Flood Modeller during each development cycle. He is also involved in the running of training courses and the provision of support to help the wider Flood Modeller user community.

Please note that our webinars are extremely popular and limited spaces are available.

All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance that can be used towards your CPD.

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