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All Topics | Topic "Hydroelectric modeling"
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Miss Karina Fernanda Palacios Gárate

Subject: Hydroelectric modeling   
Posted: 9/11/2018 Viewed: 3304 times
Good afternoon, I have a doubt I need to model with WEAP a regulated Andean basin which has two electricity generating plants, for which I have two reservoirs, these two reservoirs joins a small tank of hourly regulation, then it goes to a hydroelectric generation plant, after the water leaving that plant plus the river tributary goes to a second small tank of hourly regulation to finally go a second generation plant hydroelectric, my question is how could model these time regulating tanks with WEAP.
Topic "Hydroelectric modeling"