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All Topics | Topic "Rainfall-Runoff (simplified coefficient method) and Best Practice to Model Distributed Agriculture Land within a Basin"
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Mr. Vikrant Vishal

Subject: Rainfall-Runoff (simplified coefficient method) and Best Practice to Model Distributed Agriculture Land within a Basin   
Posted: 7/22/2020 Viewed: 1900 times
Dear WEAP Users,

I need your help to clarify my two doubts:

1) For my catchment, I am incorporating the "Simplified Coefficient Rainfall-Runoff Method" to simulate runoff from the catchment and assigning this runoff to the main rive. After running the simulation, I am getting -10 Million Liter (constant) Headflow every time even after changing the other parameters. Please explain this.

2) What is the best practice to model Distributed Agriculture Land within a Basin?

Best regards,
Vikrant

Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Rainfall-Runoff (simplified coefficient method) and Best Practice to Model Distributed Agriculture Land within a Basin   
Posted: 9/26/2020 Viewed: 1651 times
Dear Vikrant,
1) Do you have your model set up for the runoff to represent the headflow of the Main River? Are you using historical climate data or is your climate data otherwise variable? Which other parameters are you changing?

2) You could represent Agricultural irrigation as a Demand Site.

Best,
Anne
Topic "Rainfall-Runoff (simplified coefficient method) and Best Practice to Model Distributed Agriculture Land within a Basin"