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1 SUBROUTINE parin
2
3!------------------------------------------------------------------------------!
4! Actual revisions:
5! -----------------
6! +dt_max, netcdf_64bit_3d, precipitation_amount_interval in d3par,
7! +loop_optimization, pt_reference in inipar, -data_output_ts,
8! moisture renamed humidity
9!
10! Former revisions:
11! -----------------
12! $Id: parin.f90 75 2007-03-22 09:54:05Z raasch $
13!
14! 20 2007-02-26 00:12:32Z raasch
15! +top_heatflux, use_top_fluxes in inipar
16!
17! -netcdf_64bit_3d
18!
19! 3 2007-02-13 11:30:58Z raasch
20! +netcdf_64bit_3d in d3par,
21! RCS Log replace by Id keyword, revision history cleaned up
22!
23! Revision 1.57  2007/02/11 13:11:22  raasch
24! Values of environment variables are now read from file ENVPAR instead of
25! reading them with a system call, + NAMELIST envpar
26!
27! Revision 1.1  1997/07/24 11:22:50  raasch
28! Initial revision
29!
30!
31! Description:
32! ------------
33! This subroutine reads variables controling the run from the NAMELIST files
34!------------------------------------------------------------------------------!
35
36    USE arrays_3d
37    USE averaging
38    USE control_parameters
39    USE grid_variables
40    USE indices
41    USE model_1d
42    USE pegrid
43    USE profil_parameter
44    USE statistics
45
46    IMPLICIT NONE
47
48    INTEGER ::  idum
49
50
51    NAMELIST /inipar/  adjust_mixing_length, alpha_surface, bc_e_b, bc_lr, &
52                       bc_ns, bc_p_b, bc_p_t, bc_pt_b, bc_pt_t, bc_q_b, &
53                       bc_q_t,bc_s_b, bc_s_t, bc_uv_b, bc_uv_t, &
54                       building_height, building_length_x, building_length_y, &
55                       building_wall_left, building_wall_south, &
56                       cloud_droplets, cloud_physics, conserve_volume_flow, &
57                       cut_spline_overshoot, damp_level_1d, dissipation_1d, &
58                       dt, dt_pr_1d, dt_run_control_1d, dx, dy, dz, dz_max, &
59                       dz_stretch_factor, dz_stretch_level, e_min, &
60                       end_time_1d, fft_method, galilei_transformation, &
61                       grid_matching, humidity, inflow_disturbance_begin, &
62                       inflow_disturbance_end, initializing_actions, &
63                       km_constant, km_damp_max, long_filter_factor, &
64                       loop_optimization, mixing_length_1d, &
65                       momentum_advec, netcdf_precision, npex, npey, nsor_ini, &
66                       nx, ny, nz, omega, outflow_damping_width, &
67                       overshoot_limit_e, &
68                       overshoot_limit_pt, overshoot_limit_u, &
69                       overshoot_limit_v, overshoot_limit_w, passive_scalar, &
70                       phi, prandtl_layer, precipitation, pt_reference, &
71                       pt_surface, pt_surface_initial_change, &
72                       pt_vertical_gradient, pt_vertical_gradient_level, &
73                       q_surface, q_surface_initial_change, &
74                       q_vertical_gradient, q_vertical_gradient_level, &
75                       radiation, random_generator, random_heatflux, rif_max, &
76                       rif_min, roughness_length, scalar_advec, &
77                       statistic_regions, surface_heatflux, surface_pressure, &
78                       surface_scalarflux, surface_waterflux, s_surface, &
79                       s_surface_initial_change, s_vertical_gradient, &
80                       s_vertical_gradient_level, top_heatflux, &
81                       timestep_scheme, topography, ug_surface, &
82                       ug_vertical_gradient, ug_vertical_gradient_level, &
83                       ups_limit_e, ups_limit_pt, ups_limit_u, ups_limit_v, &
84                       ups_limit_w, use_surface_fluxes, use_top_fluxes, &
85                       use_ug_for_galilei_tr, use_upstream_for_tke, &
86                       vg_surface, vg_vertical_gradient, &
87                       vg_vertical_gradient_level, wall_adjustment, &
88                       wall_heatflux
89
90
91    NAMELIST /d3par/   averaging_interval,  averaging_interval_pr, &
92                       call_psolver_at_all_substeps, cfl_factor, &
93                       create_disturbances, cross_normalized_x, &
94                       cross_normalized_y, cross_profiles, cross_ts_uymax, &
95                       cross_ts_uymin, cross_xtext, cycle_mg, data_output, &
96                       data_output_format, data_output_pr, &
97                       data_output_2d_on_each_pe, disturbance_amplitude, &
98                       disturbance_energy_limit, disturbance_level_b, &
99                       disturbance_level_t, do2d_at_begin, do3d_at_begin, &
100                       do3d_compress, do3d_comp_prec, dt, dt_averaging_input, &
101                       dt_averaging_input_pr, dt_data_output, &
102                       dt_data_output_av, dt_disturb, dt_dopr, &
103                       dt_dopr_listing, dt_dots, dt_do2d_xy, dt_do2d_xz, &
104                       dt_do2d_yz, dt_do3d, dt_max, dt_restart, dt_run_control,&
105                       end_time, force_print_header, mg_cycles, &
106                       mg_switch_to_pe0_level, netcdf_64bit, netcdf_64bit_3d, &
107                       ngsrb, normalizing_region, nsor, nz_do3d, omega_sor, &
108                       prandtl_number, precipitation_amount_interval, &
109                       profile_columns, profile_rows, psolver, &
110                       rayleigh_damping_factor, rayleigh_damping_height, &
111                       residual_limit, restart_time, section_xy, section_xz, &
112                       section_yz, skip_time_data_output, &
113                       skip_time_data_output_av, skip_time_dopr, &
114                       skip_time_dosp, skip_time_do2d_xy, skip_time_do2d_xz, &
115                       skip_time_do2d_yz, skip_time_do3d, &
116                       termination_time_needed, use_prior_plot1d_parameters, &
117                       z_max_do1d, z_max_do1d_normalized, z_max_do2d
118
119
120    NAMELIST /envpar/  host, maximum_cpu_time_allowed, revision, &
121                       run_identifier, tasks_per_node, write_binary
122
123
124#if defined( __parallel )
125!
126!-- Preliminary determination of processor-id which is needed here to open the
127!-- input files belonging to the corresponding processor and to produce
128!-- messages by PE0 only (myid and myid_char are later determined in
129!-- init_pegrid)
130    CALL MPI_COMM_RANK( comm_palm, myid, ierr )
131    WRITE (myid_char,'(''_'',I4.4)')  myid
132!
133!-- Since on IBM machines the process rank may be changed when the final
134!-- communicator is defined, save the preliminary processor-id for opening
135!-- the binary output file for restarts (unit 14), because otherwise
136!-- a mismatch occurs when reading this file in the next job
137    myid_char_14 = myid_char
138#endif
139
140!
141!-- Open the NAMELIST-file which is send with this job
142    CALL check_open( 11 )
143
144!
145!-- Read the control parameters for initialization.
146!-- The namelist "inipar" must be provided in the NAMELIST-file. If this is
147!-- not the case and the file contains - instead of "inipar" - any other
148!-- namelist, a read error is created on t3e and control is transferred
149!-- to the statement with label 10. Therefore, on t3e machines one can not
150!-- distinguish between errors produced by a wrong "inipar" namelist or
151!-- because this namelist is totally missing.
152    READ ( 11, inipar, ERR=10, END=11 )
153    GOTO 12
154 10 IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
155       PRINT*, '+++ parin: errors in \$inipar'
156       PRINT*, '           or no \$inipar-namelist found (CRAY-machines only)' 
157    ENDIF
158    CALL local_stop
159 11 IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
160       PRINT*, '+++ parin: no \$inipar-namelist found'
161    ENDIF
162    CALL local_stop
163
164!
165!-- If required, read control parameters from restart file (produced by
166!-- a prior run)
167 12 IF ( TRIM( initializing_actions ) == 'read_restart_data' )  THEN
168
169       CALL read_var_list
170!
171!--    Increment the run count
172       runnr = runnr + 1
173
174    ELSE
175!
176!--    This is not a restart job.
177!--    Check, if the grid point numbers are well defined.
178       IF ( nx <= 0 )  THEN
179          IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
180             PRINT*, '+++ parin: no value or wrong value given for nx: nx=', nx
181          ENDIF
182          CALL local_stop
183       ENDIF
184       IF ( ny <= 0 )  THEN
185          IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
186             PRINT*, '+++ parin: no value or wrong value given for ny: ny=', ny
187          ENDIF
188          CALL local_stop
189       ENDIF
190       IF ( nz <= 0 )  THEN
191          IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
192             PRINT*, '+++ parin: no value or wrong value given for nz: nz=', nz
193          ENDIF
194          CALL local_stop
195       ENDIF
196
197!
198!--    Allocate arrays which will be already initialized in init_pegrid or
199!--    check_parameters. During restart jobs, these arrays will be allocated
200!--    in read_var_list. All other arrays are allocated in init_3d_model.
201       ALLOCATE( ug(0:nz+1), vg(0:nz+1), &
202                 pt_init(0:nz+1), q_init(0:nz+1), u_init(0:nz+1), &
203                 v_init(0:nz+1),                                  &
204                 hom(0:nz+1,2,var_hom,0:statistic_regions) )
205       hom = 0.0
206
207    ENDIF
208
209!
210!-- Definition of names of areas used for computing statistics. They must
211!-- be defined at this place, because they are allowed to be redefined by
212!-- the user in user_parin.
213    region = 'total domain'
214
215!
216!-- Read runtime parameters given by the user for this run (namelist "d3par").
217!-- The namelist "d3par" can be omitted. In that case, default values are
218!-- used for the parameters.
219    READ ( 11, d3par, END=20 )
220
221!
222!-- Read control parameters for optionally used model software packages
223 20 CALL package_parin
224
225!
226!-- Read user-defined variables
227    CALL user_parin
228
229!
230!-- NAMELIST-file is not needed anymore
231    CALL close_file( 11 )
232
233!
234!-- Read values of environment variables (this NAMELIST file is generated by
235!-- mrun)
236    OPEN ( 90, FILE='ENVPAR', STATUS='OLD', FORM='FORMATTED', ERR=30 )
237    READ ( 90, envpar, ERR=31, END=32 )
238    CLOSE ( 90 )
239    RETURN
240
241 30 IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
242       PRINT*, '+++ parin: WARNING: local file ENVPAR not found'
243       PRINT*, '           some variables for steering may not be properly set'
244    ENDIF
245    RETURN
246
247 31 IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
248       PRINT*, '+++ parin: WARNING: errors in local file ENVPAR'
249       PRINT*, '           some variables for steering may not be properly set'
250    ENDIF
251    RETURN
252
253 32 IF ( myid == 0 )  THEN
254       PRINT*, '+++ parin: WARNING: no envpar-NAMELIST found in local file ', &
255                           'ENVPAR'
256       PRINT*, '           some variables for steering may not be properly set'
257    ENDIF
258
259 END SUBROUTINE parin
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