Drainage 2D - TUFLOW Interface
Dates: 7th, 8th, and 10th November 2022
Time: 1pm to 4pm (AEDT - Sydney time), with two 15-minute breaks, each day
Requirements: Dual monitors will be required so that the Trainer can be followed on one and the Course work can be done on the other. Alternatively, a second computer could also be used and projected to a screen or TV for viewing the Trainer.
An Internet Connection is required.
12d Model v15 and Codemeter drivers : 12d Model v15 Installation Document
Civil and Surveying Institute will supply a 12d Model licence and data to use for the course
Course Places: 6 seats available
Part 1 of the Stormwater Drainage Course includes the skills required to complete a minor stormwater drainage design
Working through Chapters 1-7 of the ‘Getting Started for Design’ Manual.
A basic understanding of TUFLOW modelling using the TUFLOW control file commands, and completion of Stormwater Drainage – Part 1 Training, are strongly recommended.
Completion of Drainage 2D – Introduction and Dynamic Drainage Training would be an asset but are not required. The Drainage 2D – Introduction course includes the skills to use the road flow quick start panel and view 2D results and check models. The Dynamic Drainage course includes the dynamic drainage 1D hydrology and pipe hydraulics. These skills are required to understand the coupled 1D pipe system to the 2D surface modelling.
W11: TUFLOW control file (TCF) editor
• Use the 12d model (tcf) editor to review and update the tcf, tbc and tgc files created by the Roadflow quick start panel.
• Modify active area polygons and boundary conditions.
• Use the String attribute editor for advance attribute manipulation and the attribute to spreadsheet tool for bulk changes.
TUFLOW string editor (TSE)
• Use the TSE to create and update string attributes and csv database files. Hydrology Options
• Create strings for inflow hydrographs (SA & QT),
• Rainfall hyetograph regions (RF)
• Tidal boundaries.
• Head discharge (HQ)
• Initial water levels
• Soils file. • Infiltration methods.
• Storage Reduction factors.
• Form Loss Coefficients
• Variable Form Loss Coeff.
Variable Z Options (Dam break)
• Adding a culvert connecting to multiple 2D cells.
• Distributing 1D hydrology results onto a 2D grid
Please note courses may occasionally be cancelled or amended if trainers' availabilities change. If a change to a course occurs and you are unable to attend the new time, we will transfer your registration to the next available course.
All courses are non-refundable if you change your mind.