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Ms. Peggy Kanono

Subject: water flow in the system   
Posted: 5/29/2018 Viewed: 3364 times
Morning fellows.

may i know what may cause no water flow from one demand site to another. i understand water will flow from a higher priority site(eg 2) to a lower priority site(eg 3) and not vice versa. what else can cause no flow in transmission links linking demand sites?
thank you
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