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

* MODELING OPTIONS USED:

*  CONC                        RURAL  FLAT          DFAULT              

*         POST/PLOT FILE OF PERIOD VALUES FOR SOURCE GROUP: ALL    

*         FOR A TOTAL OF   180 RECEPTORS.

*         FORMAT: (3(1X,F13.5),1X,F8.2,2X,A6,2X,A8,2X,I8,2X,A8)              

*        X             Y      AVERAGE CONC   ZELEV     AVE     GRP      NUM HRS   NET ID

*  ___________   ___________   ___________   ______  ______  ________  ________  ________

      17.36482      98.48077       0.09078     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1   

      34.72964     196.96155       0.04353     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1   

      52.09445     295.44232       0.02323     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1   

      86.82409     492.40387       0.00646     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1   

     173.64818     984.80774       0.00389     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1    

      34.20201      93.96926       0.00053     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1   

      68.40403     187.93852       0.22839     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1   

     102.60604     281.90778       0.14398     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1   

     171.01007     469.84631       0.06481     0.00  PERIOD  ALL            240  POL1 

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F.6 HIGH VALUE RESULTS FOR PLOTTING (PLOTFILE OPTION)

 

     The OU PLOTFILE card for the ISCST model allows the user the option of creating output files of highest concentration or  deposition values suitable for importing into graphics software to generate contour plots.  The formatted plot files generated by the PLOTFILE include several lines of header information, each identified with an asterisk (*) in column one.  The header information includes the model name and version number, the first line of the title information for the run, the list of modeling option keywords applicable to the results, the averaging period and source group included in the file, the high value (e.g. 2ND highest) included for plotting, and the number of receptors included.  The header also includes the format used for writing the data records, and column headers for the variables included in the file.  The variables provided on each data record include the X and Y coordinates of the receptor location, the concentration or deposition value for that location, the receptor terrain elevation, the averaging period, the source group ID, and either the high value included for short term averages or the number of hours in the period for PERIOD averages.  The last column provides the eight-character receptor network ID for receptors that are defined as part of a gridded network.  For discrete receptors, the network ID field includes the character string '   NA   '.  When more than one output type is selected among the list of CONC, DEPOS, DDEP, and/or WDEP, the PLOTFILE output file will include all of the output types selected, in the order listed here.  The results for each output type will be printed in separate columns, one record per receptor.  The following example from a formatted postprocessor file for high second highest 24‑hour averages identifies the contents of the PLOTFILE:

 

 

 

301 - 302 - 303 - 304 - 305 - 306 - 307 - 308 - 309 - 310 - 311 - 312 - 313 - 314 - 315 - 316 - 317 - 318 - 319 - 320 - 321 - 322 - 323 - 324 - 325 - 326 - 327 - 328 - 329 - 330 - 331 - 332 - 333 - 334 - 335 - 336 - 337 - 338 - 339 - 340 - 341 - 342 - 343 - 344 - 345 - 346 - 347 - 348 - 349 - 350

 

 

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