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Mr. vandee HERLIACHUE

Subject: Return 0%   
Posted: 11/19/2018 Viewed: 3391 times
Dear WEAP Team,
Now, I am going with my topic. I had a hydropower project is far from the river and need to build a tunnel for water supply into the powerhouse after that the water flow unable to return to routine stream(river). So, these water discharge must go to another river. But, in the WEAP system asking about return flow when completed model running. How do I can fix it? Someone of you can provide me with a feedback on this issue.

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Vandee
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: Return 0%   
Posted: 11/20/2018 Viewed: 3384 times
It sounds like you are using a transmission link to divert water from the river to the hydropower plant. However, you cannot have a return link from a run of river hydropower or reservoir node. Instead, use a diversion (yellow line) to divert water from the main river, and place the hydropower plant on the diversion. The diversion will terminate in the other river, which receives the discharge.

Jack
Topic "Return 0%"