* ISCST3 (95250): A Simple Example Problem for the ISCST Model              

* MODELING OPTIONS USED:

*  CONC                        RURAL  FLAT          DFAULT                   

*         MAXI‑FILE FOR  3‑HR VALUES >= A THRESHOLD OF    30.00   

*         FOR SOURCE GROUP: ALL    

*         FORMAT: (1X,I3,1X,A8,1X,I8,2(1X,F13.5),2(1X,F7.2),1X,F13.5)         

*AVE   GRP     DATE           X             Y        ELEV    FLAG   AVERAGE CONC

*___ ________ ________  ____________  ____________  ______  ______  ____________

   3 ALL      64010206      76.60445      64.27876    0.00    0.00      30.24433

   3 ALL      64010218      76.60445      64.27876    0.00    0.00      42.91793

   3 ALL      64010424      76.60445      64.27876    0.00    0.00      34.63943

   3 ALL      64010506      76.60445      64.27876    0.00    0.00      38.86485

   3 ALL      64010506     153.20889     128.55753    0.00    0.00      33.00018

   3 ALL      64010512      86.60254      50.00000    0.00    0.00      36.78835

   3 ALL      64010515      86.60254      50.00000    0.00    0.00      33.48914

   3 ALL      64010518      76.60445      64.27876    0.00    0.00      44.44987

   3 ALL      64010521     128.55753     153.20889    0.00    0.00      34.85760

   3 ALL      64010524       0.00000     100.00000    0.00    0.00      58.49796

   3 ALL      64010524      ‑0.00001     200.00000    0.00    0.00      38.87197

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F.5 POSTPROCESSOR FILES (POSTFILE OPTION)

 

     The OU POSTFILE card for the ISCST model allows the user the option of creating output files of concurrent concentration or deposition values suitable for postprocessing.  The model offers two options for the type of file generated ‑ one is an unformatted file similar to the concentration file generated by the previous version of ISCST, and the other is a formatted file of X, Y, CONC (or DEPO) values suitable for inputting to plotting programs.

 

     The unformatted POSTFILE option generates a separate unformatted data record of concurrent values for each averaging period and source group specified.  The averaging period and source group combinations may be written to separate files, or combined into a single file. Each record begins with the date variable for the end of the averaging period (an integer variable of the form YYMMDDHH), the averaging period (e.g., an interger value of 3 for 3‑hour averages), and the source group ID (eight characters). Following these three header variables, the record includes the concentration or deposition values for each receptor location, in the order in which the receptors are defined on the RE pathway.  If more than one output type (CONC, DEPOS, DDEP, and/or WDEP) is calculated, then all of the output values for a particular averaging period and source group are included on a single record, in the order listed here.  The results are output to the unformatted file or files as they are calculated by the model.

 

 

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