Using the Water User node

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Using the Water User node

Postby trw1089 » Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:32 am

Hi all

Just thought I would post regarding setting up extractions using the Water User Node in the latest versions of Source (because I had to learn it from scratch with Joel's help).

Firstly, you need to configure up a node to be a Supply Point, then add an additional node to be configured as a Water User Node like in the pic below:
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Don't forget that you need to ensure that you use a partitioner so that excess water goes straight through to the next link, and there are many ways of configuring the Water User, but this is what I needed to do in 3.01 onwards to get extractions working again.

Also, don't forget to add an outlet path if you have a storage upstream, otherwise nothing gets out of the storage!

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Re: Using the Water User node

Postby Dogman » Thu May 31, 2012 12:29 pm

Hey Tony,

Here are some instructions for Source Catchment users – Transitioning to Source:
https://wiki.ewater.org.au/display/R1/Source+Catchment+users+-+Transitioning+to+Source

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Re: Using the Water User node

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