Run simulation for each scenario.

Run simulation for the scenario of existing conditions

Click on the scenario “Existing” tab on the Schematic view. This will display the layout of “Existing” scenario on the Schematic view.

Click the Run button in the Simulation toolbar.

In the opened Batch Run window, add a new run “1991-2007” for the long-term simulation. Make sure your settings are the same as below and un-check the previous runs used for calibrations. You can use Add button or Remove button to add or remove runs.

Click on the Simulation Engine button on the toolbar of the Batch Run window to open the Simulation Engine window. On the Simulation Engine window, click on the Time Step tab and set the Simulation Time Step (min) as 60 min. Click OK to save and close the Simulation Engine window.

Click the Run button on the Batch Run window to finish the run.

Run simulation for the scenario of post-development conditions without control

Click on the scenario “Post” tab on the Schematic view. This will display the layout of “Post” scenario on the Schematic view.

Click the Run button in the Simulation toolbar. In the opened Batch Run window, add a run “1991-2007” and make sure that your settings are the same as below and the simulation Time Step is 60 min. You can use Add button or Remove button to add or remove runs. Click the Run button on the Batch Run window to finish the run.

Run simulation for the scenario of post-development conditions with controls

Click on the scenario “Post Mit” tab on the Schematic view. This will display the layout of “Post Mit” scenario on the Schematic view.

Click the Run button in the Simulation toolbar. In the opened Batch Run window, add a run “1991-2007” and make sure that your settings are the same as below and the simulation Time Step is 60 min. You can use Add button or Remove button to add or remove runs. Click the Run button on the Batch Run window to finish the run.

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