Basic Modelling - PET bottle case study BUG?

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Monica.qc
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Basic Modelling - PET bottle case study BUG?

Post by Monica.qc » 13 Jan 2017 13:55

Hello! I'm just starting to use openLCA 1.5 and I'm following the case study of the PET bottle, I already installed it and I wanted to get more familiarized with the software by following this case example. But when I have reached the part of CREATING A NEW PROCESS for A Water Bottle (point 4.1 in the Basic Modelling pdf.) in the section where it says ''Quantitative Reference'' there is not my previous ''A Water Bottle'' FLOW created...

I'm not sure if it's an internal problem of the software (bug?) but I cannot manage to find any type of Quantitative Reference created in my FLOWS to be able to create a NEW PROCESS...

Anybody help? :)

aciroth
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Re: Basic Modelling - PET bottle case study BUG?

Post by aciroth » 13 Jan 2017 19:48

there is not my previous ''A Water Bottle'' FLOW created...
- what do you mean?
Thank you for a clarification,
Andreas

Monica.qc
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Re: Basic Modelling - PET bottle case study BUG?

Post by Monica.qc » 14 Jan 2017 12:00

Hi Andreas! I post a Screenshot of my inquiry, but after another few intents, I realize this was happening because I didn't specify my Flows as ''Products'' so after changing this everything run through smoothly :)
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