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All Topics | Topic "Surface water treatment represented in WEAP?"
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Mr. Fidel Perez

Subject: Surface water treatment represented in WEAP?   
Posted: 6/24/2016 Viewed: 8618 times
The user Manual and Tutorials for WEAP explain how to represent WASTE WATER TREATMENT plants. In most cases, however, treatment plants are also needed for treatment of SURFACE WATER. That is the purification of the raw water taken from rivers before it is sent to the distribution network. How is this done in WEAP? Is it possible? Using the same object for plants and introducing key assumptions?
Topic "Surface water treatment represented in WEAP?"