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Ms. mara shen

Subject: input annual activity level and rate for demand   
Posted: 5/20/2016 Viewed: 8042 times
hi i would like to model reservoir volume. i have outflow data (in cms) to agriculture (1990-2012) but i dont know how to reflect that in the annual activity level and rate. I've tried making the annual activity level to 1second and the rate to be sum of monthly watervolume release per second but when i look at results, theres no demand that is displayed.

basically my question is: how to reflect CMS outflow for the demand?

thank you!
Topic "input annual activity level and rate for demand"