Yes. All adjustments related to the demand at a junction will be applied to it.An example of this is shown below.
The demand adjustments in the calculation options are applied first, in the order they are displayed. The order can be edited with the arrow icons.
After the demand adjustments from calculation options have been applied, then the demand pattern multiplier is applied.
For example, take a look at the following demand and adjustments.
Junction J-1 is included in all demand adjustment scopes listed above.
Row 1: 100*1.5=150 Row 2: 150*0.8=120 Row 3: 120+10=130 "Demand Pattern A" multiplier at current time step = 2Adjusted Demand: 130*2=260
When all adjustments have the multiply operation then the order is arbitrary because of the associative property. However, as shown below, changing the adjustment order can change the resulting demand if there are operations used such as add.
Row 1: 100+10=110 Row 2: 110*1.5=165 Row 3: 165*0.8=132 "Demand Pattern A" multiplier at current time step = 2Adjusted Demand: 132*2 = 264
Each base demand will have the demand adjustments in the calculation options dialog applied (in order). Each of those adjusted base demands will have their respective pattern multiplier applied. Those adjusted demands are summed. The example below assumes that the calculation options adjustment order matches the first example above (add operation last).
Row 1: 100*1.5=150 Row 2: 150*0.8=120 Row 3: 120+10=130 "Demand Pattern A" multiplier adjustment at current time step: 130*2=260
Row 1: 80*1.5=120 Row 2: 120*0.8=96 Row 3: 96+10=106 "Demand Pattern B" multiplier adjustment at current time step: 106*0.5=53
Adjusted demand at junction J-1 at current time step: 260 + 53 = 313
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