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     If the DFAULT secondary keyword is included among the parameter fields, then any non‑default option will be overridden.  This includes the non‑default options that may be specified on the MODELOPT keyword, and also any attempt to enter non‑default values of the wind profile exponents (see keyword WINDPROF on the ME pathway) or vertical potential temperature gradients (see keyword DTHETADZ on the ME pathway). If the DFAULT parameter is not specified, then the regulatory default options will still be used unless a non‑default option is specified in the input runstream.  The model will also assume RURAL dispersion if neither the RURAL or URBAN keywords are present, and will assume CONCentration calculations if neither the CONC, DEPOS, DDEP or WDEP keywords are used.  Non‑fatal warning messages are generated in either case.  For the Short Term model, the user may select any or all of the output types (CONC, DEPOS, DDEP and/or WDEP) to be generated in a single model run (up to the number of output types available, which is controlled by the NTYP parameter in the MAIN1.INC file).  The order of these secondary keywords on the MODELOPT card has no effect on the order of results in the output files.  If both the NOCMPL and the NOSMPL keywords are omitted from the MODELOPT card, then the model will implement both simple and complex terrain algorithms and also apply intermediate terrain processing.

 

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