• 11 Nov 2022
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    Article summary

    You now have had an initial overview of what we mean by a ‘simulation’ and understand the importance of selecting to model components in 1D, 2D, or both. You have seen what is required to run a simulation and have been introduced to various terminology along the way. You have also seen how all aspects of the modelling process can be visualised through the graphical user interface, from building and editing modelling components through to plotting and animating the computed outputs of simulations. 

    What’s next?

    If you would like to find out more about the basics of using Flood Modeller, check out our Getting Started guides, YouTube channel or the other sections of this manual.

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