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2017-09 Release Now Available

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We are pleased to announce that the TUFLOW Release 2017-09 is now available.  To download the release and view the release notes please use the links further below. The 2017-09 release includes some major new features and range of enhancements.  The most significant of these are:

  • New HPC solver (major rework of TUFLOW GPU).  Changes include:
    • Ability to run on CPU or GPU.
    • New cell schematisation (to be consistent with Classic and use of cell side elevations and sampling).
    • Enhanced 1st order and new 2nd order spatial schemes.
    • Full 1D/2D linking using the same SX and HX methods as TUFLOW Classic, giving access to all 1D functionality.
    • Significantly better scaling when running one simulation over multiple GPU devices.
    • Inclusion of more TUFLOW Classic functionality (e.g. layered flow constrictions, SA Trigger boundaries, and additional outputs).
    • Previous “GPU” solver available for legacy models.
  • Improved stability and stability options for SX connections to large 1D structures for Classic and HPC.
  • New software based licencing options.
  • Numerous enhancements and new functionality in TUFLOW for both Classic and HPC solvers, including a range of new output options including new map output formats and data types, as well as plot output regions.

Links to download:
Downloads Page
Release Notes

Any queries or issues, please don't hesitate to email support@tuflow.com. And enjoy!

Best Regards
Bill Syme
(TUFLOW Author and Manager) 

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