Expert Webinars

Collectively with over 100 years experience in developing and applying hydraulic models, hear from the TUFLOW Team on everything from hydraulic modelling to computer hardware

Upcoming Event Register

Next Webinar: Future of Water Quality Modelling

Learn about new approaches to water quality modelling, with a focus on the use of smart particles that modify ambient water quality and have motilities that respond dynamically to environmental conditions.

TUFLOW Expert Webinar List

Feb 2021: Is Direct Rainfall Modelling Accurate?

We discuss the accuracy of direct rainfall modelling based on benchmarking and calibration to historic data sets, and how new features in TUFLOW’s 2020 release have substantially overcome previous shortcomings of 2D hydraulic solvers for rain-on-grid modelling.

Dec 2020: 2D and 3D Sediment Transport and Morphological Modelling

This webinar explores the requirements and challenges associated with sediment transport and morphological modelling in 2D and 3D hydrodynamic models

Nov 2020: 2D Cell Size Selection for Accurate Hydraulic Modelling

One size does not fit all. Hydraulic models need to be designed to suit the site-specific topography, hydrology and also study purpose. Chris Huxley leads this webinar stepping through a best practice workflow to guide your 2D hydraulic model design and build.

Oct 2020: Hardware Selection and Trends in Hydraulic Modelling

Greg Collecutt discusses how new generations of computer hardware favour certain hydraulic solution schemes and offer lower solution costs. Learn how and why current GPU technology can offer significantly lower costs per solution than CPU hardware.

Sep 2020: The Future of 2D Modelling

Hear from Bill Syme, the original author of TUFLOW with over 30 years practical experience, as he discusses how new computational methods are increasing simulation speeds and analysis accuracy. Learn of the latest and greatest advancements, and the research that has underpinned TUFLOW’s 2020 release.

Jul 2019: How Wrong is Your Flood Model?

All models are wrong to some degree. If so, how wrong is the model and how do we as an industry quantify wrong? Where is the evidence base that a model is right? Watch as Bill Syme draws upon his 30 years experience in applying and developing hydraulic models.