126.96.36.199 Meteorological Data File.
The input meteorological data is read into the models from a separate data file for all three models. The meteorological filename and format are specified within the input runstream file using the ME INPUTFIL keyword. The Short Term models accept meteorological data from unformatted sequential files generated by the PCRAMMET and MPRM preprocessors, and also accept a wide range of formatted ASCII files of hourly sequential records. The Long Term model accepts STability ARray (STAR) meteorological data from sequential ASCII files using either a default READ format, a user‑specified READ format or free‑formatted READs.
The meteorological data file is explicitly opened by the models using a Fortran OPEN statement, and the integer variable, MFUNIT, specifies the unit number for the file. The variable MFUNIT is initialized to a value of 19 in a BLOCK DATA subprogram of the model. The MFUNIT variable is included in a named COMMON block (FUNITS) in the MAIN1.INC include file, and is therefore available to all of the necessary subroutines.
188.8.131.52 Initialization File for Model Re‑start.
The ISCST model has an optional capability to store intermediate results to an unformatted (sometimes called binary) file for later re‑starting of the model in the event of a power failure or user interrupt. This unformatted file may therefore be used as an input file to initialize the model. This option is controlled by the SAVEFILE (saves intermediate results to a file) and the INITFILE (initialize result arrays from a previously saved file) keywords on the CO pathway.
When initializing the model for the re‑start option, the user specifies the name of the unformatted results file on the INITFILE keyword. The default filename used if no parameter is provided is SAVE.FIL. The initialization file is explicitly opened by the ISCST model, and the integer variable, IRSUNT, specifies the unit number for the file. The variable IRSUNT is initialized to a value of 15 in a BLOCK DATA subprogram of the model. The IRSUNT variable is included in a named COMMON block (FUNITS) in the MAIN1.INC include file, and is therefore available to all of the necessary subroutines.
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