Sampling Interval Type (snapshot)

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mingwang
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Sampling Interval Type (snapshot)

Post by mingwang » June 5th, 2019, 9:01 am

Dear all,

According to the online tutorial, Sampling interval type: Snapshot (or now) will give the instantaneous output at the output interval.

What does the output interval mean? Does it mean the last time step within the sampling interval?

If so, the instantaneous output refers to a snapshot of what had been happening in the last time step within the sampling interval?

Your help would be much appreciated. Thanks. :)


Kind Regards,

Ming

christopher.loughner
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Re: Sampling Interval Type (snapshot)

Post by christopher.loughner » June 6th, 2019, 3:48 pm

Hi Ming,

The interval is how frequent output is written to the output file.

Sampling interval: type hour minute
00 01 00 = instantaneous concentrations written to the output file every hour.

mingwang
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Re: Sampling Interval Type (snapshot)

Post by mingwang » June 7th, 2019, 11:19 am

Thank you very much for your help, christopher.loughner. :)

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