WRM web version, summary of output variables by node
For each RUN of a scenario, all INPUT and OUTPUT time series are stored with the
respective NODE IDs in the data base to facilitate subsequent post-processing,
display and analysis.
For each individual NODE display, the header should show:
In addition to the network diagram with the current node highlighted,
a small overview MAP of the basin is also shown.
Whenever a NODE is linked to a georeferenced RiverBasinObject,
its position can be highlighted in the map as well.
- Location and project name;
- scenario name, date of computation, user.
For each time series (input and output) associated with a node, a summary table of
statistics should be generated, including, for each variable:
For the main variables we can also show for each node the % of the total:
- average (arithmetic mean);
- min and max;
- SD (standard deviation)
The following time series are available for each node type, can be displayed
as statistical summary, daily time series, monthly time series, monthly table:
- INFLOW (from all start nodes);
- DIVERSION FLOW (gross extractions)
- SUPPLY (net demand satisfied)
- Consumptive use
- INPUT: outflow.
- INPUT: total input
- infiltration flo (capacity constrained);
- bypass flow.
- outflow (combined inflows)
- INPUT: inflow
- INPUT: target flow
- main branch flow
- diversion flow
diversion flow (amount extracted);
- mainstream flow (remaining flow, after extractions).
- violation (target - minstreamflow)
- diversion flow (demand, compensated for conveyance losses);
- mainstream flow (remaining downstream flow after subtraction of diversion flow);
Please note: the mainstream flow time series is only generated or meaningful for
the in-stream configuration of a demand node; else, it is part of the diversion
node upstream of the demand node.
- supply (diversion minus conveyance loss, useful demand);
- conveyance loss (water lost in supplying the demand)
- consumptive use (fraction of supply taken our of the system);
- return flow (supply minus consumptive use * loss factor) DATA MISSING !
- dynamic inflow
- bypass flow
- release or outflow:
- actual outflow, which is depending on strategy either demand
(subject to availability constraints);
- rule based release (as a function of level);
- combined strategy (see below) subject to lower
and upper bounds.
- violation or shortfall (target - actual release);
- storage volume (in the dynamic case, also level and surface area)
- rainfeed (effective precipitation onto the reservoirs surface and possibly immediate
beach area directly contributing to volume);
- evptlosses (evapotranspiration, function of temperature, but also possibly vegetation such as
- deep percolation
- natural recharge
- infiltration balance from losses and in/exfiltration of reaches
- artificial recharge
- sum of inputs
- sum of outputs
- violation (optional, if a target flow was specified).