For Extended Period Simulations, demand factors (multipliers) entered into this table will vary the demand over time. Demand patterns entered into this table may be saved for use in other models. A default diurnal demand curve created by the American Water Works Association is available in the Pipe2012 program file folder. If pumping costs are being calculated over time and there is a variation in the power rate at different times of the day, the rate changes may be entered as a multiplier in the first row of this table.
For Steady State simulations, demand factors (multipliers) entered into this table will vary the demand for individual cases.
Demands may be treated differently by defining them as different Demand Types (e.g. Residential, Type 1, Type 2 etc.).
An overall Global Demand Factor may be defined. This factor affects all cases or times for the entire simulation.