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All Topics | Topic "Urban Water Demand projection"
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Eng. Patrick Onen

Subject: Urban Water Demand projection   
Posted: 1/21/2020 Viewed: 1642 times
Hi everyone,

How do I consider the Effect of change in the population during day and night as this urban area am conisdering is highly populated around 2.5-5 million people during day but at night normalises to around 1.5 million peopel

Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Urban Water Demand projection   
Posted: 2/6/2020 Viewed: 1608 times
Dear Patrick,
I would create sub-branches of your city demand site. Right-click and choose "Add...". Call the first branch Daytime ("Day" is a reserved word in WEAP and you might not be able to name the branch "Day"). Repeat to add a branch for "Night". You can then enter the population data and water use data separate for the daytime and nighttime users.

Topic "Urban Water Demand projection"