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All Topics | Topic "Limitation of Groundwater pumping (WEAP-MODFLOW)"
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Mr. Dinh Ty Nguyen

Subject: Limitation of Groundwater pumping (WEAP-MODFLOW)   
Posted: 8/31/2022 Viewed: 132 times
Dear all, anyone could help?

I am linking the MODFLOW model to WEAP, the problem is that I do not know the limitation of groundwater (GW) that can be pumped out, If I set pumping amount is unlimited, WEAP will not stop pumping, and the GW heads dropdown to millions meters.

I appreciate for any share of your experience.
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Limitation of Groundwater pumping (WEAP-MODFLOW)   
Posted: 9/16/2022 Viewed: 45 times
Perhaps what you want to do is decide how much drawdown of the aquifer is acceptable and then play around with the Maximum Flow Volume needed to achieve this level of drawdown in your model. Do you have natural recharge or return flows set up for your groundwater node?
Topic "Limitation of Groundwater pumping (WEAP-MODFLOW)"