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Subject: help please /head flow   
Posted: 12/31/2017 Viewed: 4259 times
dear users
please
if we do not have the head flow is it possible to use just the precipitations and how i have to use it for the hydrologique model.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: help please /head flow   
Posted: 1/22/2018 Viewed: 4241 times
Dear Bekhta,

You can use your precipitation data as water supply to your model through a hydrologic model that calculates streamflow runoff. In WEAP, the hydrologic models (there are a few options) are embedded in the catchment elements. The Hydrology chapter in the wEAP tutorial (available www.WEAP21.org/tutorial ) can get you started with two different options for hydrologic modeling.

Topic "help please /head flow"