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All Topics | Topic "Demand Pattern"
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Eng. Patrick Onen

Subject: Demand Pattern   
Posted: 1/10/2020 Viewed: 1662 times
I greet you all in this forum,
Please kindly can someone guide me on how to determine water demand pattern of a town using WEAP (what do you consider in determining water demand pattern?)

Thanks

Regards
Dr. Hossein Babazadeh

Subject: Re: Demand Pattern   
Posted: 1/11/2020 Viewed: 1649 times
Hi Patrick,
Your question is not clear. Usually, we use the demand and its pattern as an input parameter in the model for allocation and scenario analysis. If you want to extract a demand pattern using WEAP, I think you have to breakdown the demand community or sectors to small ones, then put your parameters and coefficients of demand to determine the pattern.

Regards,
Hossein
Eng. Patrick Onen

Subject: Re: Demand Pattern   
Posted: 1/13/2020 Viewed: 1640 times
Thank you for the Reply, My interest is to determine the Urban Water demand pattern in the different demand communities or sectors am considering within the urban area.

The Other concern I have is How do I consider the Effect of change in the population during day and night as this urban area am conisdering if highly populated around 2.5- 3.5 million people during day but at night normalises to around 1.5 million peopel
Topic "Demand Pattern"