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The input file for the SO pathway for this example will look something like this:

SO STARTING

SO LOCATION  STACK1  POINT  0.0   0.0   0.0

SO SRCPARAM  STACK1  1.00  35.0  432.0  11.7  2.4

SO BUILDHGT  STACK1  34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34.

SO BUILDHGT  STACK1  34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34.

SO BUILDHGT  STACK1  34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34. 34.

SO BUILDWID  STACK1  35.43 36.45 36.37 35.18 32.92 29.66 25.50 20.56

SO BUILDWID  STACK1  15.00 20.56 25.50 29.66 32.92 35.18 36.37 36.45

SO BUILDWID  STACK1  35.43 33.33 35.43 36.45  0.00 35.18 32.92 29.66

SO BUILDWID  STACK1  25.50 20.56 15.00 20.56 25.50 29.66 32.92 35.18

SO BUILDWID  STACK1  36.37 36.45 35.43 33.33

SO SRCGROUP  ALL

SO FINISHED

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     There are a few things to note about these inputs. Firstly, the source ID (STACK1 in this example) is an alphanumeric parameter (up to eight characters) that identifies the inputs for different keywords with a particular source.  It is crucial that the source be identified with a LOCATION card before any other keyword makes reference to that source, since this identifies the source type (POINT in this case), and therefore which parameters the model will allow.  Besides POINT sources, the ISC models also allow VOLUME, AREA, and OPENPIT sources to be specified.

     Another thing to note is that there are 36 building heights and 36 building widths entered on the appropriate keywords, one value for each 10 degree sector beginning with the 10 degree flow vector (direction toward which the wind is blowing), and continuing clockwise.  Since the user could not fit all 36 values on a single record, the pathway, keyword and source ID were repeated as many times as were necessary.  In this case there were 12 values given on each of three lines for the building heights, and eight values on each of four lines plus a line of four values for building widths.  There could have been fewer or more lines as long as exactly 36 values were entered before starting with a new keyword.  Since all of the building heights were the same across the sectors (fairly realistic for the height but not for widths, unless the structure was circular), there is a short cut available for specifying numeric input in the runstream files for the new models.  The user can specify "repeat values" by entering a field such as "36*34.0" as a parameter for the BUILDHGT keyword.  The model  will interpret this as "36 separate entries, each with a value of 34.0," and store the values in the appropriate arrays within the model.  Since the model must identify this as a single parameter field, there must not be any spaces between the repeat‑value and the value to be repeated.

 

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