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All Topics | Topic "Junctions"
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Mr. Kasra Keshavarz

Subject: Junctions   
Posted: 5/28/2018 Viewed: 208 times
Hello,

A simple question: how to model junctions in WEAP?


Thanks,
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Junctions   
Posted: 5/29/2018 Viewed: 199 times
Dear Kasra,

Do you mean river junctions? You can make one river flow into another by building the river (start with the headflow) and ending with a double click in an existing river.
Mr. Kasra Keshavarz

Subject: Re: Junctions   
Posted: 5/30/2018 Viewed: 194 times
Dear Stephanie,

Thanks for your note. Imagine there are 2 diversion channels which should come to a point and then 3 diversion channels go out from that point. In other words, a node for which this mass balance equation holds: mass of incoming water = mass of outgoing water.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Junctions   
Posted: 5/30/2018 Viewed: 189 times
Hi Kasra,

If you have two sources of water that are joining together, you can model them as river tributaries (two rivers). If you have a source of water that is splitting apart, you can model it as a river and a diversion (or multiple diversions).


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