It should be noted that the ISCST3 model does not support the use of hourly decay coefficients, which were allowed for the original ISCST model when "card image" meteorological data were used. If hourly decay coefficients are detected in the original ISCST runstream file, then STOLDNEW will write a warning message to the screen and within the new runstream file indicating that the hourly values of decay coefficients will be ignored. The only other option available in the original ISCST model that is not available with ISCST3 is the option to list the meteorological data for each day processed as part of the main printed output file. In lieu of this option, a separate utility program, called METLIST, is available with the ISC2 package that produces a listing of meteorological data for the period of interest. The METLIST program is described in more detail in Section C.3.
C.2 CONVERTING UNFORMATTED PCRAMMET FILES TO ASCII FORMATTED FILES ‑ BINTOASC
The BINTOASC.EXE program is a utility program that converts unformatted (binary) meteorological data files generated by the PCRAMMET or MPRM preprocessor programs to the default ASCII format used by the ISCST3 Model. The ASCII data file consists of sequential hourly records.
To run this program, type BINTOASC at the DOS prompt. The program will prompt for the name of the unformatted data input file and the name of the ASCII formatted output file. The BINTOASC program will convert unformatted data files generated by a Microsoft-compiled version of PCRAMMET, as well as files generated by versions of PCRAMMET or MPRM compiled with either the Lahey or the Ryan‑McFarland FORTRAN compilers. The program will write a message to the screen indicating which of the three types of files has been identified. If the program encounters an error reading the data file, then a message will be written to the screen indicating which compilers are supported. The program may also have encountered a read error due to the use of "short integers" (INTEGER*2) in the storing of some of the data in the unformatted file. The program assumes that all integer variables occupy four bytes of storage.
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