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  1. HI all, I am trying to Run TUFLOW from Indonesia accessing Councils Server for the License... However I get this error ?? Initialising TUFLOW Dongle Settings... Looking for "C:\BMT_WBM\TUFLOW_Dongle_Settings.dcf"...not found. "C:\BMT_WBM\TUFLOW_Dongle_Settings.dcf" does not exist - default settings assigned. Simulations Log Folder == C:\BMT_WBM\log WIBU Retry Time == 60 WIBU Retry Count == 0 WIBU Dongles Only == OFF ! If set to ON, searches for WIBU dongles only. Searching for a WIBU (Metal) Dongle... TUFLOW Engine Server could not be found. Searching for a SMS WIBU (Metal) Dongle... TUFLOW Engine Server could not be found. Halcrow dongle service is not running. NOTE - 64-bit TUFLOW requires a maintained 64-bit compatible dongle. Closing any unclosed GIS layers... Any Clues how I can resolve this ??? Regards Rudy
  2. As a TUFLOW user in Local Government we are often put in a position to check TUFLOW models. One aspect that needs checking is the location of cross section data, and the continuity of capacity along various reaches. That is, the cross sectional area / conveyance progressing from one cross section to the next. I have been searching for tools to do this but as yet have not found anything suitable. Is anyone aware of such a tool that allows both users and checkers of models to quickly assess the many cross sections that may occur within a model? I had started working on a python tool and was hoping to find a tool in the QGIS TUFLOW tool ...
  3. On this topic, what is the best way to review the shape of cross sections and the lengths of reach over which they have been applied ?
  4. I am going through a model that is modelling flow down a 4% - 7% grade and the results are showing Sub-critical flow with Froude ~ 0.6 - 0.8. When I do simple hand calc checks I am expecting Froude to be up around 2.0 ? What could be impacting the model. I have noticed that one of the materials layers has two overlaping surface roughness definitions? How is this resolved ?
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