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Mr. Sachin Kumar

Subject: regarding to data requirement   
Posted: 12/5/2019 Viewed: 1812 times
I am Sachin Kumar
M.Tech student

My thesis topic is hydrological modelling in which i want do rainfall-runoff modelling and also water planning of river basin, hence I want to know that what is the minimum requirement of the data and which type of the data (daily or monthly) is required for rainfall-runoff modelling. I want to know the process of calibration and validation of WEAP model.
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: regarding to data requirement   
Posted: 2/6/2020 Viewed: 1664 times
Dear Sachin,
From a previous forum topic:

"Watch this short video for tips on how to choose the best timestep for your WEAP models.

http://www.screencast.com/t/gWMD3sfezyke

"To read more about timesteps in WEAP:"

http://www.weap21.org/WebHelp/Years_and_Time_Steps.htm

A introduction to calibration will be included in the next release of the Tutorial.
Topic "regarding to data requirement"