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Mr. Prakhar Modi

Subject: How to enter net evaporation data for a reservoir.   
Posted: 4/24/2017 Viewed: 7062 times
If the data is unavailable how to enter the net evaporation data for a reservoir. I have entered the volume elevation curve, so is it possible to calculate the net evaporation data in the reservoir through weap.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: How to enter net evaporation data for a reservoir.   
Posted: 5/23/2017 Viewed: 7056 times
Dear Prakhar,

Some of the catchment models, like the soil moisture model, will calculate evaporation for you. To use that result, you'd have to use the previous time step value (this is true for using any result in WEAP). It generally is not very direct translation, since it's for a soil moisture model. I find usually it needs to be multiplied by a factor, based on your understanding of the system.
Eng. Amare Tura

Subject: Re: historical data in csv format.   
Posted: 1/29/2018 Viewed: 4442 times
Dear Stephanie,

i found a number of error message while importing historical data into WEAP, like Precipitation data of 24 years at monthly scale. Please i need help.

kind regards,

Amare Tura.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: historical data in csv format.   
Posted: 1/30/2018 Viewed: 4432 times
Hi Amare,

What did the error messages say?
Topic "How to enter net evaporation data for a reservoir."