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All Topics | Topic "How does Other Supplies work"
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Ms. Melisa Mena

Subject: How does Other Supplies work   
Posted: 5/3/2019 Viewed: 2688 times
Hello,

To my understanding the element “other supplies” acts as a water container but does not retain water. Accordingly, I would expect the inflows match the outflows when connected to a river. However, it seems in my case the water is contained at “other supplies” as no water flows to my river (I did use a transmission link). Does the release of water then depend on downstream demands ?

Thanks

Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: How does Other Supplies work   
Posted: 5/29/2019 Viewed: 2630 times
Hi Melisa,
You are correct--release of water from an "Other Supply" is contingent upon downstream demands.
Cheers,
Anne
Topic "How does Other Supplies work"