Subject: how can i learn weap programme ?? Posted: 11/8/2007 Viewed: 19916 times
how can i learn weap programme ?? jehad khalaf jehad21 email@example.com all
any one have lectures notes ,
please send it to me
Subject: RE: how can i learn weap programme ?? Posted: 11/9/2007 Viewed: 19914 times
RE: how can i learn weap programme ?? Jack Sieber jsieber firstname.lastname@example.org The best way to start learning WEAP is to work through the exercises in the WEAP Tutorial: http://www.weap21.org/Tutorial The Tutorial begins at a very basic level of creating a simple model in WEAP, and progresses to more advanced topics such as scenario creation, demand modeling, reservoir operations and hydropower, water quality, and hydrology. I am working now on a chapter for linking WEAP to MODFLOW, and will announce it here when it is ready. We have versions in English, Spanish and Chinese, and a Thai version coming soon. (Please let me know if you would like to volunteer to translate it into another language)
syed aamir hameed
Subject: RE: how can i learn weap programme ?? Posted: 11/10/2007 Viewed: 19898 times
RE: how can i learn weap programme ?? syed aamir hameed aamirsan email@example.comHi I am looking for the same, that is to learn how to use the WEAP program properly, all help. advise etc is welcome.
Subject: difference between share and saturation Posted: 11/21/2007 Viewed: 19845 times
difference between share and saturation Marisa Escobar marisaescobar firstname.lastname@example.orgHello,
I am working with the Republica Dominicana team in their national water plan, and we would like to know the difference between share and saturation when entering the different soil use types in demand sites and catchments.
Reuben Nyaoke Dienya
Subject: How to use the WEAP program Posted: 11/22/2007 Viewed: 19789 times
How to use the WEAP program Reuben Nyaoke Dienya Reuben_Shem email@example.comThe simplest advice to Aamir is to take his time and thoroughly study the WEAP User Guide and WEAP Tutorial and to also read the various WEAP related publications.
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Subject: RE: difference between share and saturation Posted: 11/26/2007 Viewed: 19821 times
RE: difference between share and saturation Jack Sieber jsieber firstname.lastname@example.orgBoth saturations and shares are a type of unit that can be used to specify an activity level. Typically you specify some absolute activity (e.g. number of households) at a higher level and then use a saturation or a share at a lower level. Both are always percentage values.
Use shares when you have more than one branch and you want the total across the branches to sum to 100%. For example if you have 2 branches for urban and rural households, use a share because the total share across these must sum to 100%. Similarly, with soil or land use types within a catchment, you would use shares not saturation. Another case is if you have more than one technology, such as sprinkler or drip irrigation, and the technology are perfect substitutes (i.e. only one can be used in any situation) then use a share. In Weaping River Basin, see the Activity Level for South City single and multi family, or the Activity level for Sprinkler and Floor Irrigation in Agriculture North.
Use saturations to represent market penetrations, such as the fraction of households that have a washing machine. (See South City\Single Family\Showers, Toilets, Washing and Other) It does not make sense to sum saturations across branches, although the saturation for one branch can never exceed 100%.
NB: You should not mix saturation and share in immediately neighboring branches.