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General Disclaimer

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Tutorial Model

This tutorial is designed to enable the user to develop a clear understanding of the key concepts and structure of TUFLOW models. It is intended for use in TUFLOW training, and is ideally used by experienced TUFLOW users to train inexperienced users.
Use of the tutorial by those without mentoring available from an experienced TUFLOW user is feasible, although some concepts may be difficult to fully understand. Note that the complete model files are provided allowing the user to cross-check and compare their files with those provided to help identify any problems.
For those with current TUFLOW licences (ie. the 15% annual software upgrades and support fee has been paid), the support@tuflow.com email address should be used to provide any constructive feedback, and may be used for minor support queries. The 15% fee does not cover providing detailed assistance in helping with this tutorial. This service is available on a time-based fee structure from BMT WBM Pty Ltd or other organisations offering TUFLOW training.
For those without a TUFLOW licence, please also use the support@tuflow.com email address to provide any constructive feedback, and to make minor queries.
BMT WBM Pty Ltd makes no guarantee that the modelling approaches presented in this tutorial are the best, or most appropriate, for developing other TUFLOW models.