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Delft3D FM - Open Source Community

Delft3D FM - Open Source Community

This webportal facilitates the Delft3D FM - Open Source Community (447 key partners from 49 countries out of 30.000+ members in total) and enables the community to share knowledge (10.000+ Delft3D publications), to brainstorm on new features and build working relationships (6.000+ joined the Delft3D LinkedIn group). 

Delft3D is Open Source Software and facilitates the hydrodynamic (D-Flow FM module), hydrological (D-Hydrology module), real time control (D-Real Time Control module), morphodynamic (D-Morphology module), waves (D-Waves module) and water quality (D-Water Quality module including DELWAQ kernel) modelling for coastal, estuarine, river, rural and urban applications.

On this portal you can request the source code of Delft3D FM Suite or ask your question about the software or the related modules.  Additionally, we like to draw your attention to the latest news and events, FAQ, webinars and screencasts.

Feel free to explore the webportal and help the community with your questions, your knowledge and your ideas.

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JS

Write % completed to log file?

Is there a switch anywhere to get % completed written to the log file? The log file is full of lines like the following ** INFO   : Solver converged in 16 iterations, res= 0.3395E-11 dt =   6.0000...

Joan Sheldon | 9 May 2022 | 7 Views

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DR

RE: Setting up and post processing 3D models

In 3D computer graphics, 3D modeling is the process of developing a mathematical coordinate-based representation of any surface of an object (inanimate or living) in three dimensions via...

Debra Russell | 8 May 2022 | 10 Views

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RC

Issue in re-opening a project

Hello everyone, I have an issue when I re-open a previous DFM project. Yesterday, I set up a simple 2d flow model and ran it. Everything seemed ok. The outputs were ok and correctly displayed ...

Rémi Caillibotte | 21 April 2022 | 55 Views

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