I've been using WaterGems for a few days. I ran the quality model using constituent chlorine. I'm looking for a command that tells me for each simulation step how many nodes have a concentration below a certain threshold (in my case 0.2 mg/l).
Obviously the results already give me the critical nodes at each simulation step but I would like a quick way to understand the number of nodes, so to speak in EPANET there is the query command->find-> nodes with-> parameter->below / above / equal to->value
You can run a query (View>Queries) which reads Concentration (calculated) < 0.2 mg/l, so this will filter out elements with concentration less than mentioned value, so if you double click on the query, it will select those elements in model.
Also, using element symbology, you can color code the nodes based on the range of concentration values, so as you scroll through simulation time steps color changes and you what is the concentration at those nodes based on color legend.
How do you add color coding to an element?
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Answer Verified By: Jesse Dringoli
I can't find concentrations in the results folder
You would need to create new query.
Thank you so much!!