Welcome to WEAP's Website WEAP
WEAP is an initiative of the Stockholm Environment Institute.


About WEAP

Home
Why WEAP?
Features
What's New?
Sample Screens
Demonstration
Publications
History and Credits

Using WEAP
Download
Licensing
User Guide
Tutorial
Videos (YouTube)

User Forum
Discussions
Members List
Edit Profile

Additional Support
Training
University Courses
Collaboration

About Us
SEI-US Water Resources Program
Please Contact Us

Environmental News
Ocean microplastics: First global view shows seasonal changes and sour...
An estimated 8 million tons of plastic trash enters the ocean each year, and most of it is battered by sun and waves int...

Cause, scope determined for deadly winter debris flow in Uttarakhand,...
The Uttarakhand region of India experienced a humanitarian tragedy on Feb. 7, 2021, when a wall of debris and water barr...

World-first discovery could fuel the new green ammonia economy
Scientists have developed a new technique using phosphonium salts that can help drive the future production of green amm...
Source: Science Daily
LEAP
Interested in Energy?
Read about LEAP: SEI's software for energy planning.

Link WEAP and LEAP for combined Water-Energy planning.
Watch a video demo!
   

User Forum

All Topics | Topic "Water release from inactive zone"
Log in to post new messages or reply to existing messages.
 
Author Message
Mr. Okan Bozkurt

Subject: Water release from inactive zone   
Posted: 5/15/2016 Viewed: 8280 times
Hi,

I have a simple model with two reservoirs and a few demand sites. Upstream reservoir has a higher priority for filling. Downstream reservoir has different inactive zone volume restrictions for each month due to environmental circumstances. Top of inactive level of April is higher than the March's (Inactive zone volume is constant for upstream reservoir). During simulation, in order to fill the inactive zone of downstream reservoir, upstream reservoir releases water for downstream reservoir without satisfying demand sites requirements. At the end of month, both reservoirs' water volume drops below the top of inactive level with the same percentage. There is no significant evaporation effect. It is seen that upstream reservoir continue to release water to downstream reservoir although it is in the inactive zone which should not be done. How do upstream reservoir releases water from inactive zone and is there any default priority for filling inactive zones of reservoirs?

Thanks.

Okan


Topic "Water release from inactive zone"