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I am trying to run a hydraulic model for 48 hrs. in EPS mode in WaterGEMS. I could able to run the model for 24 hrs. Now when I want to extend the run for 48 hrs. what is the best (efficient) method to do the same.
As I have mentioned in my query I have successfully applied all the controls for 24 hrs. Now, say if for one valve there is control for 16 hrs in 24 hrs run, should I have to repeat the same control once again with extended time as per 48 hrs. format for next 48 hrs run. OR is there any in built function in WaterGEMS by just selecting that model will take all the controls for 24 hrs (which are not going to change for any no. of days of runs) and show the results for 48 hrs. 59ce067264