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Definition of multiple timeslice trees in a single model
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Dear Amit, 

VEDA 2.0 is a great tool. 

Would it make sense to have also a possibility to flexibly select different timeslice tree definitions before the run, in a way similar with the flexibility we have to select different definitions of the periods?  

For instance, the TAG ~TimeSlices which is currently supported only in the system settings file could also be available in scenario files? Then the user can flexibly select the active timeslice tree for the run by selecting the appropriate scenario file. Or, perhaps this functionality can be implemented in a different and more efficient way.  

This could reduce the maintenance effort for users needing to maintain the same model with different timeslice trees for different purposes.  

Thanks a lot, 
Vangelis
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Thanks for the confirmation Smile

Yes, what you suggest is possible, and we plan to implement it soon. User will be responsible to ensure that all parameters defined at the timeslice level are consistent with the active timeslice definition. One way to ensure this is to have all such parameters in a single file, along with the timeslice definition.
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(20-04-2021, 12:54 PM)AKanudia Wrote: Thanks for the confirmation Smile

Yes, what you suggest is possible, and we plan to implement it soon. User will be responsible to ensure that all parameters defined at the timeslice level are consistent with the active timeslice definition. One way to ensure this is to have all such parameters in a single file, along with the timeslice definition.


Hi Amit, 

Thank you for considering this option too.  

Yes, the user should be responsible in organising the scenario files in such a way that this feature will work without conflicts, e.g. like as you suggested in your email before. 

Best wishes, 
Vangelis
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