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Mr. Ahmed Rafique

Subject: Calculations   
Posted: 4/29/2016 Viewed: 8466 times
Hi,

Is there any way by which we can check the 'calculations of results' (Step by Step) as done by WEAP?

Rafique
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Calculations   
Posted: 5/2/2016 Viewed: 8429 times
Dear Rafique,

If you want to check WEAP's calculations, you can look in the help menu to find the equations your are interested in. For example, all the equations about hydropower generation are in the help topic "Hydropower Calculations" and the Rainfall Runoff Simplified Coefficient Method equations are in the topic "Simplified Coefficient Methods (Rainfall Runoff & Irrigation Demands Only)". These would have to be calculated for your time steps, since the output values change for each, and impact the next time steps' inputs.

Is there a specific result you are trying to look at?

Stephanie
Topic "Calculations"