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All Topics | Topic "Unmet Demand whereas enough water supply available"
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Eng. Saira Zulfiqar

Subject: Unmet Demand whereas enough water supply available   
Posted: 12/12/2022 Viewed: 219 times
Dear Experts,
I have built a WEAP Model and enough water is available on the Upstream side of the river whereas when the model was run successfully it is showing unmet demand with a very considerable amount. For Example, Upstream 1000 Million Cubic Meters (MCM) of water is available and the demand for city + agriculture is 350 MCM and after running it is showing unmet demand. Both demand sites set the priority as 1.

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Topic "Unmet Demand whereas enough water supply available"