There are numerous factors that influence hydraulic modelling result accuracy, including:
- Input data quality
- Parameter values (e.g. Manning’s n)
- Model schematisation
- Representation of structures
- Suitability of the computational solver

Consideration of each of these factors is essential to building an understanding of the uncertainty associated with hydraulic modelling results. This webinar steps through the fundamental principles that all modellers should be familiar with when developing fit for purpose hydraulic models. A broad range of subjects is covered, from intuitive data related issues through to often misunderstood, or worse yet not considered, consequences of simplifying the computational solution. The webinar finishes with recommendations to maximise the hydraulic model’s accuracy that will meaningfully increase the confidence in models unable to be validated to measured data.

The webinar is strongly recommended for all stakeholders from inexperienced to experienced modellers, from reviewers to end-users of hydraulic modelling outcomes.


Bill Syme


Bill has over 30 years’ experience working on riverine, estuarine and coastal studies, of which most have been in the flood hydraulics field.  During this time, he has successfully managed and led ... Read more

Chris Huxley


Chris is a Principal Engineer for BMT (the developers of TUFLOW) with over 20 years’ experience in the field of flood / stormwater modelling and floodplain management. Chris is an expert in the fiel... Read more

Shuang Gao


Shuang Gao is an Environmental Engineer and software developer. He currently works at BMT’s Brisbane office on the development and testing of the TUFLOW software suite, a set of shallow water equati... Read more

Phil Ryan


Phil has over 15 years’ experience working on numerical hydraulic modelling tasks. These include flood studies, floodplain management studies, flood impact assessments, storm tide studies, Monte Car... Read more

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