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All Topics | Topic "Simulación de Caudal"
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Mr. Carlos Herbas

Subject: Simulación de Caudal   
Posted: 1/23/2018 Viewed: 4247 times
I would like someone to help me with the following problem: I have calibrated my basin with monthly data for 2017, now I want to simulate the flows for 2018 to 2032. When I run the model I get reasonable values for the first year, but for the years The remaining values increase markedly and just increase after the first year. Example: December 2017 1.43 m3 / s (correct value) ... January 2018 I get 60.4 m3 / s ... excessively oversized .... someone has an idea that it can be ... in advance thanks for the help.



Topic "Simulación de Caudal"