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Mr. Abdurezak Arage

Subject: Year and time step   
Posted: 6/19/2020 Viewed: 1472 times
Dear all members I need urgent help
Currently I used WEAP to model surface water potential and Demand analysis. I have metrological data like precipitation,Temp,wind and humidity from 1995 up to 2018. Using this data by soil moisture method the surface water is generated by current account year 1995 and reference scenario (1996-2018). But to model the demand by different three scenarios up to 2050 how can I adjest the time step? I have not data from 2019 up to 2050.

Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Year and time step   
Posted: 6/24/2020 Viewed: 1441 times
You should either use projected climate data (preferred method if you can access the data) or when you import the data into WEAP, click on the option to "Cycle" the data. This lets you tell WEAP to reuse your data. In your example, WEAP could use the 1995 data again for 2019, 1996 for 2020, etc.
If you just want to adjust the time step, you can do this under the menu General/Years and Time Steps
Mr. Abdurezak Arage

Subject: Re: Year and time step   
Posted: 7/24/2020 Viewed: 1372 times
Thanks for your help
Topic "Year and time step"