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Mr. Pham Quoc

Subject: Infiltration in WEAP   
Posted: 12/30/2015 Viewed: 9156 times
Hello WEAP users
I used Rainfall Runoff Model (not Soil Moisture Method) in WEAP, Are there anyway to simulate infiltration in this module?
IF not consider infiltration, when I calibrate model, the streamflow have tend overestimate.
If not available function to simulate infiltration in this module, Can I create a node and consider infiltration like a demand site to withdraw water from the catchment.
thanks all
Pham Quoc
Topic "Infiltration in WEAP"