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Saving Pump Scheduling results

Saving Pump Scheduling results

Saving Pump Scheduling results

Dear All

I am working on a model, an excel-base pump scheduling optimization model.

The structure of my coding in the interface as following:

Pump Setting (on and off)
According to the Toolkit user manual, the toolkit function for pump setting during the simulation is ("EN_STATUS" or 11).


Now, I want to save the results of the model in the end of the simulation into an epanet inp file. For doing that I am using (ENsaveinpfile (ActiveWorkbook.Path + "\New Solution.inp"). But, this function (ENsaveinpfile) is actually not saving the interface results, instead it is saving the initial state of the inp file.

Please, I was wondering weather I am wrong in the structure of the coding or I have to use another toolkit function to save the model result in an epanet inp file.

Many Thanks for any advice, and given an example.


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