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All Topics | Topic "hydrological modelling of watershed"
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Mr. Randhir Kumar

Subject: hydrological modelling of watershed   
Posted: 12/22/2016 Viewed: 8707 times
How we link SWAT Model To WEAP model....is output of SWAT can be used for WEAP input....in hydrological modelling
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: hydrological modelling of watershed   
Posted: 12/28/2016 Viewed: 8618 times
Hi Randhir,

You can use SWAT to produce a data set that can be entered into WEAP using the ReadFromFile wizard. The data will need to be in a CSV file and formatted according to WEAP's format for reading time step data. To learn more about this, go to the WEAP help menu and search "readfromfile" - the ReadFromFile information has details about formatting.

Stephanie
Topic "hydrological modelling of watershed"