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All Topics | Topic "Water Seepage Flow"
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Mr. vandee HERLIACHUE

Subject: Water Seepage Flow   
Posted: 11/28/2018 Viewed: 3251 times
Dear Sirs,
Now i am working in WEAP for my thesis "Hydropower project". I found some water seepage linking under the reservoir dam into downstream in small borehole but i have not much information detail about groundwater, when i entered the data into the tab "Loss to groundwater" the system show up " Please specify the groundwater node" that is made my confuse. Please help what is next step.

Thank you
Vandee
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Water Seepage Flow   
Posted: 1/2/2019 Viewed: 3089 times
Dear Vandee,
WEAP does not explicitly model groundwater. If you want to specify "Loss to Groundwater", you will first need to create a groundwater node in your schematic. If you don't have any other information about groundwater inputs and outputs, you're probably better off leaving the small seepage out of your model.
Kind regards,
Anne
Topic "Water Seepage Flow"