Editing filenameinp AND meccm777 FILES

The input tile for Example 1, exl.inp, has associated with it the RADM mechanism, called meccm.rad and a set of actinic fluxes as a function of solar zenith angles stored as zen.rad. A copy of the RADM chemical species list is found in Table 16.1.

The input file for Example 8 is ex8.inp and has the associated mechanism meccm.cb4, actinic fluxes as zen.cb4 and reac.cb4. "CB4" (or CBIV) stands for "carbon bond mechanism, version 4." A species list is found in Table 16.2.

To run OZIPR, you need to do the following (what you will type in is in boldface):

DOS Version f. Edit the input file exl.inp as you would normally (e.g., using the DOS editor or a word-processing program) and then save it. You might want to change the title listed in the input file for each run while you are editing it. Be sure to leave the file saved as .inp, not as .doc etc. Note: Check the end of the file to make sure that there are no extra lines of "garbage," e.g., a line of open boxes. If there are, delete them or they will cause the program to crash.

2. Similarly, you can edit the meccm.rad file. Again be sure not to change the extension and check the end of the file for "garbage."

3. To do the computation after you have modified the inputs appropriately, type in ozipr exl. Once you have done an OZIPR run using the exl.inp input file, it generates an output file called exl.out.

4. After you have run OZIPR for that particular application, you can print the output using print exl.out

5. To run the isopleth program using Example 8, type in ozipr ex8 (Running this takes much longer than running the first example.)

6. Once it has run, to view the isopleths type in isoplot ex8.inf ex8.iso. This will show the isopleths on the screen one at a time. Press the Escape button to walk through them one at a time.

7. To plot the isopleths, use isoplot ex8.inf / H ex8.iso (Note: the /H is for an HP LaserJet printer; use /E for an Epson RX or FX printer.)

Windows Version

1. Edit the input and mechanism files as discussed above for the DOS version.

2. Under "Run Ozipr" in the toolbar, click once on the example you want to run. This runs the program and generates the output file. For example, if you have edited Example 1 inputs (either the exl.inp file and/or the meccm.rad file), it will do the run and generate the exl.out file.

3. The output file can be printed using the "File -> Print" commands from the toolbar.

4. To run the options which generate the data for isopleths, e.g., Example 8, click once on the appropriate example under "Run Ozipr" on the toolbar. This generates the ex8.out file.

5. To view the isopleths on your screen, choose

"Run Isoplot" from the toolbar and then the example 6. To plot the isopleths, choose "Example8(Plot)"

number. Pressing either the spacebar or the enter key under "Run Isoplot" from the toolbar. Note: This will sequentially steps you through the isopleths. only print to a Hewlett Packard LaserJet printer.

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