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All Topics | Topic "How to model the yearly variation of Volume-elevation curve?"
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Eng. Sisay Teklu Ido

Subject: How to model the yearly variation of Volume-elevation curve?   
Posted: 3/19/2019 Viewed: 2753 times
Dear WEAP members,

The main problem in my case study basin is high sedimentation rate of reservoirs which will be one of the main causes for water availability problem in the future. Due to high sedimentation, the volume-elevation curve varies yearly.

As far as my understanding, WEAP model does not include a yearly time series wizard for Volume-elevation curve. So, how can I model this variation? Any idea?

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