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All Topics | Topic "CALIBRATION PROBLEMS"
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Mr. Darlington Ikegwuoha

Subject: CALIBRATION PROBLEMS   
Posted: 9/10/2018 Viewed: 3657 times
I noticed that one cannot calibrate Prefered flow direction using pest?
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: CALIBRATION PROBLEMS   
Posted: 9/12/2018 Viewed: 3649 times
Did you get an error?
Mr. Darlington Ikegwuoha

Subject: Re: CALIBRATION PROBLEMS   
Posted: 10/6/2018 Viewed: 3607 times
It is not even available in the options to calibrate also Runoff Resistance Factor is not there
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: CALIBRATION PROBLEMS   
Posted: 10/6/2018 Viewed: 3606 times
These two variables are only available at the lowest level branches within a catchment. For example, if you have a catchment named "Farm," which has two branches, "Irrigated" and "Rainfed," then Runoff Resistance Factor and Preferred Flow Direction exist for the "Irrigated" and "Rainfed" branches, but not on the "Farm" branch. Therefore, when you are calibrating with PEST, you must choose the lowest level branch so that you can choose Runoff Resistance Factor or Preferred Flow Direction.

Jack
Mr. Darlington Ikegwuoha

Subject: Re: CALIBRATION PROBLEMS   
Posted: 10/9/2018 Viewed: 3285 times
Thanks so much Jack I am grateful
Topic "CALIBRATION PROBLEMS"