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Christoforos Kapopoulos, modified 1 Month ago.

question related to Delft3D-FLOW

Youngling Posts: 3 Join Date: 5/19/16 Recent Posts

Good Morning, 

I am an employee from Greece and I have  some questions related to the following manual file:///C:/Users/user/Desktop/delft3d_2018/MANUALS%20FOR%20DELFT3D/Delft3D-FLOW_User_Manual.pdf.

There exist some tutorials- examples (for instance the   “Friesian Tidal Inlet”). Does anyone know where I can find the those files ?

for example <tut_fti.mdf>, <fti_02.grd> etc.. 

please help me if you know!

king regards!!

 

GR
Gabriel Ruiz, modified 1 Month ago.

RE: question related to Delft3D-FLOW

Padawan Posts: 48 Join Date: 9/29/11 Recent Posts

Hi Christoforos,

you can find the examples files when you get access to the Deltares FTP, you can download the .msi file tutorial. When you request a license to use the GUI-Deltares, Deltares gives the FTP link and password in order to download the files.

 

Regards.

 

G.

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Christoforos Kapopoulos, modified 1 Month ago.

RE: question related to Delft3D-FLOW

Youngling Posts: 3 Join Date: 5/19/16 Recent Posts

Dear Gabriel,

firstly thank you a lot for your assistant. But I have and another question. In particular, when I run the delft3d_x64_tutorial.msi I can't find again the files. I need the files related to the bathymetry, grid, etc. For instance, I need fti_ch02.dep, <fti_02.grd>,tut_fti_1.thd,etc , which are mentioned in the file:///C:/Users/user/Desktop/delft3d_2018/MANUALS%20FOR%20DELFT3D/Delft3D-FLOW_User_Manual.pdf. Do you know where I can find those files when I run the  delft3d_x64_tutorial.msi ? Are those files stored in a different folder ?  

Thank you in advance for your support!!

Kind regards!

Adri Mourits, modified 10 Days ago.

RE: question related to Delft3D-FLOW

Yoda Posts: 1150 Join Date: 1/3/11 Recent Posts

Hi Christoforos,

When installing the GUI using "Install-Shield.exe", a menu will pop-up with the option "Install Delft3D Tutorial".

Regards,

Adri