how to read CALMET.DAT by fortran or sth. else

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how to read CALMET.DAT by fortran or sth. else

Postby zhangchi » Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:02 pm

Hello,
I use WRF output to run CALMET
and now I have already gotten CALMET.DAT
but I don't know how to read it by NCL or Grads
I'd love to get help from someone ....

Thanks a lot!
Zhangchi
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Re: how to read CALMET.DAT by fortran or sth. else

Postby antonio » Tue Mar 19, 2013 5:51 pm

hi Zhangchi
you can use calmet2netcf to convert CALMET.DAT in a netcd file
http://www.epa.gov/scram001/dispersion_related.htm

or you can use PRTMET Meteorological Display Program
http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/CAL ... sGuide.pdf
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Re: how to read CALMET.DAT by fortran or sth. else

Postby zhangchi » Wed Mar 20, 2013 8:52 am

antonio wrote:hi Zhangchi
you can use calmet2netcf to convert CALMET.DAT in a netcd file
http://www.epa.gov/scram001/dispersion_related.htm

or you can use PRTMET Meteorological Display Program
http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/CAL ... sGuide.pdf



Great,thanks very much..
that's what I am looking for...
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Re: how to read CALMET.DAT by fortran or sth. else

Postby haran » Wed Mar 12, 2014 3:06 am

I have posted a CMET.INP and WRFoutputs related problem today. Since you guys used CALWRF-generated WRF files as inputs for the CALMET, can you help me out with the following questions please?
1- Can we run the CALMET using just a GEO.DAT and a WRF-converted 3D.DAT file?
2- I succesfully executed CALWRF, generating 2d and 3d met fields. Where and how do we use the 2D file in CMET.INP file?
3- Can the 2D WRF-converted file be used as surface data?
4- Have you guys used just a WRF file (and the geo.dat ofcourse) to run CALMET sucessfully?
5-if so, could you send me your own CMET.INP so that I can modify my own?

I apreciate your help.
Thanks
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