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2020: 2020 Vision – Running TUFLOW in the Cloud (Whitepaper)
2019: Numerical Modelling of Bed Sorting and Armouring in Meandering Channels - Applications from the East Fork Lewis River - Ridgefield Pits Area, USA. Gao et al. (ISRS, 2019).
2019: United Kingdom Environment Agency 2D Benchmarking Results - 2019.01 TUFLOW FV Release Update
2018: Assessing the Accuracy of a Two-dimensional Hydraulic Model for Dambreak Analysis: Sheehy et al (ANCOLD, 2018)
2018: Near-Census 2D Model Comparison Between SRH-2D and TUFLOW GPU For Use In Gravel/Cobble Rivers. Pasternack and Hopkins (2017)
2017: Collecutt and Syme, Experimental Benchmarking of Mesh Size and Time-Step Convergence for a 1st and 2nd Order SWE Finite Volume Scheme, 37th IAHR World Congress, 2017
2016 Flood Modeling: How Accurate is Your Model? Huxley and Ryan (Floodplain Management Association Newsletter)
2016 Impact of Natural Variability on Design Flood Flows and Levels: Nathan et al (HRWS 2016)
2016: TUFLOW GPU – Best Practice Advice for Hydrologic and Hydraulic Model Simulations: Huxley and Syme (HWRS 2016)
2015: Brisbane River Catchment Flood Study: 1d models are back! – Monte Carlo hydraulic model analysis: Ryan, Syme et al (FMA 2015)

2015: Brisbane River Catchment Flood Study: Comprehensive Hydraulic Assessment Overview: Barton et al (FMA 2015)

2015: Flood Integrated Decision Support System for Melbourne: Kirby et al (FMA 2015)
2014: The Application of Direct Rainfall Models as Hydrologic Models Incorporating Hydraulic Resistance at Shallow Depths. Boyte.pdf(1.5Mb)
2013: Parameter sensitivity of a 2D finite volume hydrodynamic model and its application to tsunami simulation. Nielsen et al. IAHR (1.1Mb)
2012: BMT WBM FMA Challenge Model 1 Submission
2012: BMT WBM FMA Challenge Model 2 Submission
2012: BMT WBM FMA Challenge Model 3 Submission
2012: BMT WBM, 2012 UK EA 2D Benchmarking Results for TUFLOW Products (9Mb)
2012: Wallace et al.Stormwater Flooding in Bankstown – The Hidden Threat, a Consistent Approach to Managing the Risk, NSW FMA.pdf
2011: IAHR. Leister, Jempson: Backwater Effects of Bridge Piers and Abutments in 2D
2011: IAHR. Vienot, Sexton, McNulty (ARUP) Cell Based Modelling of Bridge Piers Using TUFLOW
2011: Syme.Mapping of Floodways.Stormwater 2011, NZ.pdf (2Mb)
2010: Investigating the Influence of Loss Models Associated with 2D Flood Modelling Applications
2010: Backwater Effects of Piers and Abutments in 2D - Replication of Physical Model Tests in a 2D Hydrodynamic Computer Model. Leister
2009: Two-Dimensional Flow Modeling of Hydraulic Structures in a 2D ADI Scheme
2008: 2D Modelling Approaches for Buildings and Fences.Syme.pdf (1Mb)
2007: Entire Catchment Flood Modelling as a Planning Tool – River Trent Case Study.Leister et al .Vic FMC 2007.pdf (1Mb)
2006: Storm Tide Inundation Modelling.Syme.ASFPM 2006.pdf (707Kb)
2006: Flood Modelling Simulation Management.Zundel.ASFPM 2006.pdf (320Kb)
2006: Bruce Highway Eudlo Ck Hydraulic Investigations - A Turning Point.Syme.ASFPM 2006.pdf (2.7Mb)
2006: 2D or Not 2D - An Australian Perspective.Syme.UK DEFRA 2006.pdf (587Kb)
2006: Flood Modelling the Complexities of Urban Environments - Meeting the Challenge in Newcastle, Syme and Gibbins.pdf (870Kb)
2005: TUFLOW Response for MHL Software Survey.Oct 2005.pdf (116Kb)
2004: Dynamic Modelling of the Impact of Entrance Scour on Flood, Wainwright.pdf (517Kb)
2004: TUFLOW Validation and Testing, Huxley.pdf (907Kb)
2004: Modelling Flood Inundation of Urban Areas in the UK, Syme.pdf (1Mb)
2001: Modelling of Bends and Hydraulic Structures in a 2D Scheme, Syme.pdf (415Kb)
2001: Urban Flood Modelling and Mapping, 2D or Not 2D, Charteris et al.pdf (600Kb)
2001: Flow Through an Abrupt Constriction - 2D Hydrodynamic Performance and Influence of Spatial Resolution, Barton.pdf (16Mb)
2001: TUFLOW Paper, 2D Seminar, Sydney.pdf (1.8Mb)
1999: Two-Dimensional Modelling of Floodplains, Syme et al.pdf (5.5Mb)
1991: Dynamically Linked 2D and 1D Hydrodynamic Modelling, Syme.pdf (3.8Mb)
1991: Modelling of Flow and Transport Processes, Syme.pdf (317Kb)
1990: Practical 1D and 2D Flow and Transport Modelling, Syme.pdf (365Kb)
1990: Linked 2D-1D Modelling, Syme.pdf (415Kb)
2019: Application of Quadtree Mesh to a Fixed Grid Finite Volume 2D SWE Scheme. Syme, Collecutt, Ryan. (RCEM, Auckland NZ, 2019)
2019: Utilisation of Sub-Grid Sampling of Bed Elevation Data in Gridded 2D SWE Schemes. Ryan, Gao, Syme. (RCEM, Auckland NZ, 2019)
2018: TUFLOW UK Conference – Future Developments
2018: TUFLOW UK Conference – New Features
2018: TUFLOW UK Conference – TUFLOW HPC Overview
2018: TUFLOW UK Conference – TUFLOW FV 2018 Release
2017: IECA-SQ Conference (Brisbane, Australia) - Rapid and Accurate Stormwater Drainage Assessments Using GPU Technology
2016: ASFMP Conference (Grand Rapids, Michigan) - TUFLOW GPU: Next Generation Modeling
2016: FMA Conference (Nowra, NSW) - Informed Evacuation Planning: Simultaneous TUFLOW Flood and Traffic Modelling
2016: FMA Conference (Nowra, NSW) - TUFLOW GPU: Continuing the Evolution of Flood Modelling to Assist Catchment Floodplain Management
2015: UK TUFLOW Conference – TUFLOW New Features and Enhancements
2015: UK TUFLOW Conference – TUFLOW Into the Future
2015: UK TUFLOW Conference – Benchmarking of 2D Schemes at Bends and Structures
2015: UK TUFLOW Conference – Benchmarking of 2D Schemes and Approaches to Modelling Bridge Piers
2015: Coast & Ports: Assessment of Capital Works Options to Mitigate Shoaling at the Mooloolaba Harbour Entrance
2015: Coast & Ports: A Small yet Complex Estuary Alongside the Proposed AQUIS Casino Development
2015: Coast & Ports: Assessing the Impacts of Dredging in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
2015: FMA Sacramento: From Drought to Flood (35.8Mb)
2015: FMA Sacramento: Toward a Robust Flood Emergency Evacuation (27.7Mb)
2015: FMA Sacramento: Using 2D Modeling to Improve Emergency Management (64.8Mb)
2015: FMA Sacramento: Proactive vs Reactive Floodplain Management (36.9Mb)
2015: FMA Sacramento: Flooding Disaster Averted in Grafton, the Result of Good Planning, Not Luck (72.7Mb)
2015: Byron Bay; Managing the Triple Threat: Jensen et al (FMA 2015)
2012: FMA Sacramento - Interpreting 2D Models.1pp.pdf (1.7Mb)
2012: FMA Sacramento - Rapid Flood Modelling using a GPU Solver.1pp.pdf (2.4Mb)
2012: FMA Sacramento - TUFLOW Special Demonstration Session.1pp.pdf (24Mb)
2012: Aust Workshops - TUFLOW Enhanced Output.pdf (10Mb)
2012: Aust Workshops - TUFLOW Modelling Bends, Structures and Obstructions.pdf (14Mb)
2012: 2012 Aust Workshops - TUFLOW Multiple Events and Scenarios.pdf (1Mb)
2012: Aust Workshops - TUFLOW New Features.pdf (4Mb)
2011: Syme.2011 Qld Floods, where to from here.FMA, San Diego, 2011.pdf (3Mb)
2011: Syme.Mapping of Floodways.FMA, San Diego, 2011.pdf (2Mb)
2011: Syme.Pros and Cons of 1D and 2D Modelling.FMA, San Diego, 2011.pdf (12Mb)
2011: 2D or Not 2D.Syme.ASFPM USA 2011.pdf (19Mb)
2011: Modelling Structures.Syme.ASFPM SMS Workshop USA 2011.pdf (4Mb)
2011: TUFLOW Introduction.Syme.ASFPM SMS Workshop USA 2011.pdf (14Mb)
2007: TUFLOW Introduction.pdf (12Mb)

Journal of Hydrology NZ article: Australian Rainfall and Runoff guidance on blockage of hydraulic structures: numerical implementation and three case studies (Ollett, Syme and Ryan)

2017: Guidance on the blockage of cross drainage structures, in particular culverts and small bridges, has now been provided to the industry through the Australian Rainfall and Runoff (ARR) Book 6 Chapter 6. The ARR blockage parameterisation varies with location and event AEP. This article introduces implementation of the ARR blockage approach into TUFLOW.

Download Link: Journal of Hydrology NZ

Technical Memo on modelling bridge piers in 2D using TUFLOW is now available

Arpil 23, 2013 : Technical Memo on modelling bridge piers in 2D using TUFLOW is now available. The memo steps through the different approaches available in TUFLOW to modelling the losses and afflux from bridge piers. The approaches utilise and are compared with Hydraulics of Bridge Waterways, which is widely used for calculating bridge affluxes.

Download Link: Modelling Bridge Piers and Afflux in TUFLOW