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Website facelift!
Welcome to the renewed Delft3D open source website! Feel free to surf around but make sure you check out the new sections training and research which include;  Modelling guidelines ,  Process demo's , a  Community WIKI , Delft3D related publications , PhD students working with Delft3D and much more... Also note that the...
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Award for best contribution to Delft3D
  Richard Measures, from the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) in New Zealand, has been named ‘2012 Delft3D best contributor of the year’. He received the corresponding award on Tuesday 27 November during the Delft Software Days held in Delft. Measures: “Since 1 January 2011, NIWA has been working with Delft3D. We knew in...
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Ice modelling with Delft3D
In the coming years, Deltares will extend the ice modelling capabilities using Delft3D Open Source. Initial focus will be on the growth, melt and transport of ice in lakes, rivers, estuaries and coastal seas, under the influence of meteorology, waves and currents. Delft3D community members are invited to participate in developing the ice modelling...
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