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Mr. Jacob Kofi Mensah

Subject: Demans Sites   
Posted: 5/9/2021 Viewed: 146 times
Dear WEAP Users
I am creating demand sites of Domestic and Agricultural for my model. The Agricultural site includes irrigation and livestock demand. Can I create one demand site for Agric and under it create a hierarchy of Irrigation and livestock or I need to create demand sites for each of them (Irrigation and livestock)
Thank you
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Demans Sites   
Posted: 5/12/2021 Viewed: 134 times
Dear Jacob,
Yes, you can Add branches by right-clicking on your Agricultural demand site on the tree in the Data View. You can then define the units of water use separately for irrigation and livestock. To learn more, see the domestic disaggregation example in the Refining the Demand Analysis chapter of the WEAP tutorial.

Anne
Mr. Jacob Kofi Mensah

Subject: Re: Demand Sites   
Posted: 5/16/2021 Viewed: 120 times
Very grateful for the response
Topic "Demans Sites"