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All Topics | Topic "Calibration"
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Eng. Haya Taweel

Subject: Calibration   
Posted: 4/6/2021 Viewed: 471 times
Hi,

I build a WEAP model without using catchment node or streamflow gage, the model centralizes around demand sites, water resources "mainly groundwater, and WWTPs, and the connection between them "transmission link and return flow". so the Water Year method was used in the model.
My question is how can I make calibration and validation to the model, knowing that I have data for two years (2019 and 2015). does the validation required in this case?

The parameters that I have used for the calibration is the "Maximum flow percent of demand" and the "supply preference", do my steps/procedure correct?

Thanks in advance.



Topic "Calibration"