TABLE B‑6 (CONT.)

   DESCRIPTION OF RECEPTOR PATHWAY KEYWORDS AND PARAMETERS

                (APPLIES TO ISCST AND ISCLT)

 

DISCCART

Xcoord  Ycoord  (Zelev)  (Zflag)

  where:

Xcoord

Ycoord

Zelev

 

Zflag

x‑coordinate for discrete receptor location

y‑coordinate for discrete receptor location

Elevation above sea level for discrete receptor

  location (optional), used only for ELEV terrain

Receptor height (flagpole) above local terrain

  (optional), used only with FLAGPOLE keyword

DISCPOLR

Srcid  Dist  Direct  (Zelev)  (Zflag)

  where:

Srcid

 

 

Dist

Direct

 

Zelev

 

Zflag

Specifies source identification for which discrete

  polar receptor locations apply (used to define the

  origin for the discrete polar receptor)

Downwind distance to receptor location

Direction to receptor location, in degrees clockwise

  from North

Elevation above sea level for receptor location

  (optional), used only for ELEV terrain

Receptor height (flagpole) above local terrain

  (optional), used only with FLAGPOLE keyword

BOUNDARY

Srcid  Dist(i), i=1,36

  where:

Srcid

Dist

Specifies source identification for which boundary

  distances apply

Array of 36 values corresponding to minimum plant

  boundary distances for every 10‑degree sector,

  beginning with the 10 degree flow vector

    Note: Discrete receptor coordinates are generated

          with an origin referenced to the location

          of the source identified with Srcid

BOUNDELV

Srcid  Zelev(i), i=1,36

  where:

Srcid

 

Zelev

Specifies source identification for which boundary

  distances apply

Array of 36 values corresponding to terrain elevation

  for plant boundary distances for 10‑degree sectors,

  beginning with the 10 degree flow vector

 

 

 

 

 

             

               

                          TABLE B‑7

 

         DESCRIPTION OF METEOROLOGY PATHWAY KEYWORDS

 

 

ME Keywords

    Type

Keyword Description

STARTING

    M ‑ N

Identifies the start of METEOROLOGY pathway inputs

INPUTFIL

    M ‑ N

Describes input meteorological data file

ANEMHGHT

    M ‑ N

Input height of anemometer above stack base

SURFDATA

    M ‑ N

Describes surface meteorological station

UAIRDATA

    M ‑ N

Describes upper air meteorological station

STARTEND

    O ‑ N

Specifies start and end dates to be read from input meteorological data file (default is to read entire file).  (Applies to ISCST Only)

DAYRANGE

    O ‑ R

Specifies days or ranges of days to process (default is to process all data read in). (Applies to ISCST Only)

WDROTATE

    O ‑ N

May be used to correct for alignment problems of wind direction measurements, or to convert wind direction from to flow vector

WINDPROF

    O ‑ R

Input optional wind profile exponents

DTHETADZ

    O ‑ R

Input optional vertical potential temperature gradients

WINDCATS

    O ‑ N

Input upper bounds of wind speed categories, five values input ‑ sixth category is assumed to have no upper bound.  (Applies to Short Term Only)

AVESPEED

    O ‑ N

Average (median) wind speed for each speed category in the STAR summary.  (Applies to ISCLT Only)

AVETEMPS

    M ‑ R

Average ambient temperatures for each stability category and season.  (Applies to ISCLT Only)

AVEMIXHT

    M ‑ R

Average mixing heights for each wind speed, stability category and season.  (Applies to ISCLT Only)

AVEROUGH

    O - R

Roughness length for each season (Applies to ISCLT Only)

FINISHED

    M ‑ N

Identifies the end of METEOROLOGY pathway inputs

               

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