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Eng. sahar shv

Subject: river quality   
Posted: 12/23/2015 Viewed: 9019 times
Hello evry one
I have problem with river quality. I want to model river quality. Is it possible to model pollution concentration along the river lenght. I don't want the timeseries but the river pollution profile.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: river quality   
Posted: 12/28/2015 Viewed: 8979 times
Dear Sahar,

WEAP calculates the river water quality for each time step for each reach of the river. Your river reaches are defined by the infrastructure built along the river.

To view your water quality along the river length, calculate results, and go to Water Quality/River Water Quality. Then, at the bottom of the chart, where it normally says years (your timeseries), open that menu and select "All nodes and reaches." This will show the pollution concentration along your river. Note that you specify which year and month you want to look at, and you can also ask the chart to "represent true relative distance," information derived from how you drew your river. You also will need to choose which contaminant to look at.
Topic "river quality"