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All Topics | Topic "Water Demand with MABIA"
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Ms. Pia Schneider

Subject: Water Demand with MABIA   
Posted: 9/7/2016 Viewed: 8370 times
Dear all,

I have a simple question regarding to the results of Water Demand.
Which factors will be considered for calculation?

In the handbook I can only find the calculation algorithm for Demand Node. I would like to know how this changes (or what is used instead) if I have a catchment with Crops and Irrigation.

I would be very thankful for a prompt reply.

Regards,

Pia
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: Water Demand with MABIA   
Posted: 9/7/2016 Viewed: 8332 times
There is a section in the User Guide that explains how the MABIA method calculates demand (irrigation), as well as evapotranspiration, runoff, infiltration and crop yields.

http://www.weap21.org/WebHelp/Mabia_Algorithms.htm

Jack
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