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Snr. Edilson Mahumane

Subject: How to plot reservoir outflow   
Posted: 10/5/2016 Viewed: 8802 times
Dear Sirs
We are having problems with WEAP when making the reservoirs balance.
We want to print the reservoir water destination as we see in the following example taken from the publication below. Can you please clarify how I can do it? When we make only the decrease in storage and evaporation are plotted or only inflow or only total outflow


Edilson Mahumane

Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: How to plot reservoir outflow   
Posted: 10/5/2016 Viewed: 8794 times
Dear Edilson,

Unfortunately I'm not sure what publication you're referring to. But if you would like to see the destinations of the water in the reservoir, the best thing to do is look at the quantity of water traveling through different conveyance nodes (rivers, transmission links) that emanate from that source.

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