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All Topics | Topic "Coupling WEAP and Feflow for a Decision Support System for Integrated Water Resources Management"
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Miss Ichrak Khammessi

Subject: Coupling WEAP and Feflow for a Decision Support System for Integrated Water Resources Management   
Posted: 1/13/2020 Viewed: 2255 times
Hello everyone
it is possible to couple WEAP and Feflow (FEM) a software using the finit element method to manage groundwater for a Decision Support System for Integrated Water Resources Management.
Thank you
Mr. Markus Huber

Subject: Re: Coupling WEAP and Feflow for a Decision Support System for Integrated Water Resources Management   
Posted: 1/14/2020 Viewed: 2241 times
Hello Ichrak,

I've worked on a dynamic link between several Finite-Element models (OGS, Feflow, Spring) and WEAP on behalf of BGR, Germany. The link is set up within an external software "LinkKitchen FEM" and results look promising after first tests on a dummy model. Nevertheless, at the time being, the software has not yet been tested on a real case study and needs further testing before being published.

Which Feflow version do you use? Do you already have a calibrated Feflow model that you want to link? If so, would you like to share your model so that I could use it for testing the link?

Best regards
Markus
Topic "Coupling WEAP and Feflow for a Decision Support System for Integrated Water Resources Management"