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Mr. Supreme Ugbogbo

Subject: WATER DEMAND AND SUPPLY BALANCING   
Posted: 11/7/2017 Viewed: 4641 times
Dear
I am a masters student in water resources and environmental health engineering and as part of my course term paper, I am to use WEAP to carry out water demand and supply balancing.
I have gone through the tutorials but where I need help is how to carry out the assignment preferably the steps using WEAP.
Thanks,
with regards.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: WATER DEMAND AND SUPPLY BALANCING   
Posted: 11/27/2017 Viewed: 4635 times
Dear Supreme,

We cannot offer step-by-step guidance for homework assignments, but if you have specific questions, please feel free to post them.
Topic "WATER DEMAND AND SUPPLY BALANCING"