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SCADA tab is available in the Run manager window which allows a simulation based on SCADA data.

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Demand Adjustment Method

Select the appropriate option here and then enter the value in "Demand Adjustment Factor" field.

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Scaling FactorScale the junction node demands according to a user defined scaling factor.  The scaling factor is specified in the Demand Adjustment Factor entry field.  For example, if the total system demand for all junctions is 1200 unit (at the specified Pattern Start Time) and the Demand Adjustment Factor is set to 5, then all junction demands will be multiplied by 5 to give a total system demand of 6000 unit.
Total System Demand Divide the value specified in the Demand Adjustment Factor by the existing system demand (at the specified Pattern Start Time) and then multiply all junction node demands by the resulting ratio.  For example, if the value specified in the Demand Adjustment Factor is 800 gpm and the actual junction demand at hour 2:00 is 1000 gpm, then all junction nodes will be multiplied by the resulting ratio (0.8).
% Inflow / OutflowAdjust all junction nodes by the percentage value specified in the Demand Adjustment Factor to the difference between system inflows and outflows as specified from the SCADA System Data Edit.  For example, if 25 (25%) is entered into the Demand Adjustment Factor field, all junction demands (as computed from the difference between system inflows and outflows) will be multiplied by the percentage value entered into the Demand Adjustment Factor.  If the system inflow/outflow measurement option is chosen, the inflow/outflow measurement meters must first be configured using through the SCADA System Edit dialog box.



Demand Adjustment Factor
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