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  1. Hi all, The first in a series of demonstration models has been added to the TUFLOW Wiki @ http://wiki.tuflow.com/index.php?title=Main_Page (refer to the "FMA Challenge 1" on the new "Demo Models" tab). The fully functional FMA Challenge 1 (1D-2D linked) provided, will allow you to review the model setup, run and review results improving your skills in: Nested 1D/2D models; Understanding urban riverine conditions and over-bank floodplains; Using the powerful functionality of scenarios and variables to determine a suitable cell size, timestep and log output scenarios; Understanding the influence of structures on open channel hydraulics; Using bc layers with HX, XP, CD and CN types; and Understanding the impact of data quality on DEM development. This Wiki assumes an intermediate to advanced user level and can be supplemented with our existing Wiki Tutorial series. As with our previously provided tutes, the downloads have the option of either running with MIF or SHP file depending on your preference of GIS software. Happy modelling, kind regards, the TUFLOW team.
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