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Mr. Muhammad Naseer Rais Shaikh

Subject: Modeling barrage   
Posted: 7/30/2016 Viewed: 8764 times
I am working on Indus Basin, there i need to model barrages, barrages are structures used to divert river water in canal, in our case more than one canal (multiple diversion) are emitting from one barrage, means barrage is on river and diverting river water in canals, in our case barrage can't store water, how to model them?
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Modeling barrage   
Posted: 8/1/2016 Viewed: 8720 times
Dear Muhammad,

What aspects of the barrages are you modeling?
Mr. Naveed Ahmed

Subject: Re: Modeling barrage   
Posted: 8/28/2016 Viewed: 8593 times
Dear Muhammad Naseer,
I am using WEAP for whole IBIS in my PhD thesis research you may contact with me at given cell no in WEAP forum profile.

Thank you
Mr. Ahmed Rafique

Subject: Re: Modeling barrage   
Posted: 9/18/2016 Viewed: 8519 times
Model it as a diversion from the main river.
Topic "Modeling barrage"