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    Hello TIA, The simple way I use to do this is...

    Hello TIA,

    The simple way I use to do this is to use the filter commands in the Output Results or Range Results table to get the check boxes selected for the elements you want, then I save that as...
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    Hello Hannah, This sounds like a challenge to...

    Hello Hannah,

    This sounds like a challenge to model. If you want to use the separate scenarios method, you could specify the initial water age in the tank to match a hand calculation of what the...
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    As far as graphically, I usually just offset them...

    As far as graphically, I usually just offset them parallel so they're easy to click on.

    Hydraulically, you probably want to make sure they're separated at least by a link (i.e., don't connect...
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    I probably wouldn't lower the lower bound; I'd...

    I probably wouldn't lower the lower bound; I'd rather focus on looking for unknown field conditions like a valve closed or a pipeline that's been abandoned, pipeline diameters that are smaller than...
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    I usually use GIS to present this...copy the...

    I usually use GIS to present this...copy the output results over to Excel, get it into a DBF or something ArcMap can read, join it to an export of the Junctions by model ID, then display using...
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