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  2. Toby Devlin


    Hi Xixi, We have not compatibility tested the full toolbox on Matlab 2013b in quite some time. I can confirm that it works on 2017b - onward at this stage with certainty. However, that error makes it appear as though it is to do with the input datatype. It appears that one of the inputs is a cell array which is not expected. Its possible that whatever script is calling this function is treating variables in a different way in 2013b compared to 2019b. Do you require 2013b for a particular reason? or are you able to proceed using 2019b (or later)?
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    Hi Toby I have errors when using the code 'ts_000_create_profile_file_WQ ' (tutorial provided by tuflow fv) in Matlab 2013b. It says: Undefined function 'fv_create_profiles' for input arguments of type 'cell'. Error in ts_000_create_profile_file_WQ (line 38) fv_create_profiles(tfv_resfile,out_name,output_sites,site_names); When I use it in Matlab 2019b it works. Could this error because of matlab version issue?
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  5. Hi Xixi, Can you please try opening your .2dm in your preferred mesh generator, renumbering the mesh and saving it off. In SMS this can be done via the Nodes>>Renumber option. Whist this should only renumber the node order can you please check that your nodestrings remain in the same order just to be safe. It’s possible that previous edits to the mesh may have led to some ‘gaps’ between node numbers (for example skipping from node 10 to 14, rather than 10,11,12 ... etc) that in turn has affected the nodestring processing routines. By renumbering, these ‘gaps’ should be removed and the model should initialise correctly. We have put in a fix to better handle meshes that are not renumbered to avoid these types of issues in future and this will come out in the next release of TUFLOW FV. Thanks very much for sending in your query so we could fix it, we are most appreciative. Kind regards, Mitch.
  6. Hi Toby I have this error when I run my model. I created nodestrings in SMS however I have used shift key. The most strange thing is that this happens when I am trying to add some new nodestrings (e.g. nodestring 7,8,9), and then has the error for nodestring 1,exactly the same as you posted here. Do you have any idea about that? Thanks
  7. TUFLOW FV 2020.02 is a major update and launches TUFLOW FV’s GPU capable solver for the first time. This solver takes advantage of the massive parallelism offered by NVIDIA GPU cards, resulting in speed increases of up to 40x serial CPU. TUFLOW FV 2020.02 also includes numerous updates and enhancements. Key components of the release include: New GPU Solver to accelerate your simulations (available on Windows and Linux). New particle tracking tutorial module. New horizontal momentum and scalar mixing models. Particle restart file fixes. Numerous minor output and GIS fixes. For full information please consult our Release Notes available at: https://www.tuflow.com/Download/TUFLOW_FV/ReleaseNotes/TUFLOW_FV_Release_Notes_2020.pdf Software Download: https://www.tuflow.com/FV%20Latest%20Release.aspx If you have any queries concerning the release please don’t hesitate to get in contact at support@tuflow.com. Kind regards, Mitchell Smith - TUFLOW FV Product Lead
  8. Hi Jesper, For the external turbulence, wave and/or water quality libraries please contact support@tuflow.com and we can provide you with further information on how to get these setup. Kind regards, Mitch.
  9. I have similar issue. The simulated flowrate is greater than observed flowrate in some peak conditions.
  10. To reply to my own post in record time. Replace the .so and .so.1 files from the 2020 install with those which worked with a previous install. The .so file in the dropbox is only 1KB
  11. Installed and ready to roll but... From where can I access the compatible tuflowfv_external_turb.dll , libtuflowfv_external_turb.so & libtuflowfv_external_turb.so.1 The versions accessed through the wiki don't seem to work. Thanks
  12. TUFLOW FV 2020.01 Release We are proud to announce the 2020.01 TUFLOW FV release is here!!! With it comes our new state-of-the-art Sediment Transport Module and Particle Tracking Modules as well as numerous updates and enhancements including: Heat module updates. Model output improvements. Python tool updates. QGIS plugin updates including the native read of TUFLOW FV NetCDF and Particle NetCDF. Changes to module licensing. Updates to the TUFLOW FV User Manual. New Sediment Transport and Particle Tracking User Manual. Release Notes: https://www.tuflow.com/Download/TUFLOW_FV/ReleaseNotes/TUFLOW_FV_Release_Notes_2020.pdf Software Download: https://www.tuflow.com/FV%20Latest%20Release.aspx Thank You Thank you for your support. We have a big year planned for TUFLOW FV and are excited to share our modelling software with you. If you have any queries concerning the release please don’t hesitate to get in contact at support@tuflow.com. Kind regards, Mitchell Smith - TUFLOW FV Product Lead
  13. Hi Camille Please find attached. Sorry for the delay - I have only just recently updated my email. Cheerio mybathy.m
  14. Hi Jesper, One way you could do this would be to create a shell script named "tuflowfv_2019_01_008" and save it in a directory on the user/s path (e.g. /usr/local/bin). The script should include the following two lines: LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/path_to_tuflowfv_2019_01_008_installation/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH /path_to_tuflowfv_2019_01_008_installation/bin/tuflowfv "$@" You will need to give the script executable attributes: > > chmod tuflowfv_2019_001_008 +x Hope this helps.
  15. Hi there I would like to install the latest release (I hear its pretty good). Further to the above instructions, I would like to have the latest installation identifiable in shell scripts with a name other than tuflowfv, using instead say tuflowfv_2019_01_008. What is the recommended approach? Thanks
  16. We are happy to announce that the 2019 TUFLOW FV Manual is now available online via the TUFLOW website: https://www.tuflow.com/FV Documentation.aspx. There’s over 120 pages of new and upgraded content including: · New GIS integration commands · A new section on 3D model setup · Increased guidance on boundary and initial conditions · Hydraulic structures and operational controls · Example models, command snippets and demos · Update of all command appendices to be compliant with the 2019 Release. Over the next six months we will be providing regular updates to the Manual to integrate documentation for our advection dispersion, sediment transport, particle tracking and water quality users. If you would like to know more, please contact us at support@tuflow.com.
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