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All Topics | Topic "Evaporation and Winding losses"
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Dr. Jamal Ahmadaali

Subject: Evaporation and Winding losses   
Posted: 7/16/2017 Viewed: 5977 times
Dear Stephanie
In the soil moisture model for sprinkler irrigation system, how to calculate evaporation and winding losses?

Best regards,
Jamal Ahmadaali
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Evaporation and Winding losses   
Posted: 7/19/2017 Viewed: 5961 times
Dear Jamal,

WEAP will calculate the evaporation losses for you within the catchments (using the Soil Moisture Model). The evaporation losses are based on the climate data you enter in the catchments. You can view the evaporation results in the Results section under Catchments/Land Class Inflows and Outflows.


Topic "Evaporation and Winding losses"