07-06-2019, 04:06 PM

(07-06-2019, 03:11 PM)Antti-L Wrote: Yes, you could bound the outflow of the storage in each timeslice to be at most the storage level at the beginning of that timeslice. In that way you cannot have any output flow without storage activity (and corresponding capacity).

PARAMETER FLO_SHAR /

BE.0.HYGNSTG_new.HYGN.ACT.ANNUAL.UP 3

BE.2020.HYGNSTG_new.HYGN.ACT.ANNUAL.UP 1

/;

Sorry I did not completely get what you have told. The outflow of the storage in each timeslice can be restricted to be within the storage level at the beginning of every time slice. This will ensure that there is storage activity and capacity. Is this right? But how do I do it? By inputting FLO_SHAR to be what value? What does 3 and 1 signifies in your example? I referred to the documentation II to understand the example provided by you. Whether 3 is the interpolation rule? What 1 signifies? Is that 1 an absolute value for the year 2020?