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Oct 30, 2018 2:29:54 PM (3 years ago)
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eckhard
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inifor: Removed surface forcing and internal arrays from netCDF output

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    1 # INIFOR - Mesoscale Interface for Initializing and Forcing PALM-4U (v1.4.0)
     1# INIFOR - Mesoscale Interface for Initializing and Forcing PALM-4U (v1.4.1)
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    33INIFOR provides the meteorological fields required to initialize and drive the
     
    6464
    6565
    66 ### AVAILABLE NAMELIST PARAMETERS
     66### NAMELIST PARAMETERS
    6767
    6868INIFOR mirrors a subset of the PALM-4U's Fortran namelists `inipar` and `d3par`
     
    103103
    104104
    105 ### AVAILABLE COMMAND-LINE PARAMETERS
     105### COMMAND-LINE PARAMETERS
     106
     107#### INIFOR configuration
     108
    106109    --averaging-mode <mode>:
    107110        Selects how averaged quantities (large-scale forcing terms) are computed.
     
    114117
    115118    -d, --date, -date <date>:
    116         Start date of the simulation in the form YYYYMMDD of YYYYMMDDHH. If no
     119        Start date of the simulation in the form YYYYMMDD or YYYYMMDDHH. If no
    117120        hours (HH) are given, INIFOR assumes that the simulation starts at O UTC
    118121        on that day. Default: 20130721
     
    122125        as either profiles or three-dimensional fields. The corresponding modes
    123126        are 'profile' and 'volume'. Default: volume
     127
     128    -r, --surface-pressure, -p0 <pressure>:
     129        Manually set the pressure at z=0 in the PALM-4U domain [Pa]. If not
     130        given, the surface pressure is computed from the COSMO pressure field.
     131
     132    -u, --geostrophic-u, -ug <velocity>:
     133        Manually specify the geostrophic wind in x direction [m/s]. If not
     134        given, the geostrophic wind is computed from the COSMO pressure field.
     135
     136    -v, --geostrophic-v, -vg <velocity>:
     137        Manually specify the geostrophic wind in y direction [m/s]. If not
     138        given, the geostrophic wind is computed from the COSMO pressure field.
     139
     140    -z, --elevation, -z0 <height>: Specifies the elevation of the PALM-4U domain
     141        above sea level [m]. Default: 35
     142
     143#### I/O
    124144
    125145    -l, --hhl-file, -hhl <netCDF file>:
     
    140160        Scenario path, i.e. the path of the meteorological input data. Default: ./
    141161
    142     -r, --surface-pressure, -p0 <pressure>:
    143         Manually set the pressure at z=0 in the PALM-4U domain [Pa]. If not
    144         given, the surface pressure is computed from the COSMO pressure field.
    145 
    146162    -s, --soil-file, -soil <netCDF file>:
    147163        Location of the netCDF file containing the COSMO soil type map.
     
    152168        to be simulated with PALM-4U. Optional parameter. Default: None
    153169
    154     -u, --geostrophic-u, -ug <velocity>:
    155         Manually specify the geostrophic wind in x direction [m/s]. If not
    156         given, the geostrophic wind is computed from the COSMO pressure field.
    157 
    158     -v, --geostrophic-v, -vg <velocity>:
    159         Manually specify the geostrophic wind in y direction [m/s]. If not
    160         given, the geostrophic wind is computed from the COSMO pressure field.
    161 
    162     -z, --elevation, -z0 <height>: Specifies the elevation of the PALM-4U domain
    163         above sea level [m]. Default: 35
    164170
    165171
    166 #### ADDITIONAL COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS
     172#### FILE PREFIXES
    167173
    168174    --input-prefix <prefix>:
     
    182188        Set the file prefix of soil moisture input files. Default: laf
    183189
     190#### Non-parameter options
     191
    184192    --debug:
    185         Enable debugging messages.
     193        Enable additional terminal messages and netCDF output for debugging.
    186194
    187195    --version:
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