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All Topics | Topic "Error "Not all the inflow to the demand site is consumed""
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Mr. Naeem Haider

Subject: Error "Not all the inflow to the demand site is consumed"   
Posted: 12/2/2019 Viewed: 2408 times
Hi everyone,


I have modeled a demand site to be active 2 years after the base year, have set the consumption to be 100 %. When I run the results it gives the error:
"WARNING: Not all the inflow to "demand site" is consumed but there are not any return flow links to carry away the wastewater. You probably need to create return flow links.
"
I don't understand, why this error occurs even when the consumption is 100%?


Thanks in advance

Mr. Miroslav Kandera

Subject: Re: Error "Not all the inflow to the demand site is consumed"   
Posted: 12/17/2019 Viewed: 2353 times
hello Naeem,
i tried to recreate this simple scheme, and i am still not sure but would suggest you to check if you have good inputs in current accounts scenario, or actually all of them too, as there could be difference that could be problem.

Otherwise, i hope someone else would find what it could be.

have a good day,

Miroslav
Topic "Error "Not all the inflow to the demand site is consumed""