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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Models-3 installation procedures for a Sun workstation with a UNIX-based operation system (Models-3 Version 4.1) /|
|Author||Benjey, W. G.|
|CORP Author||Science Applications International Corp., Falls Church, VA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Research and Development.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Exposure Research Laboratory,|
|Report Number||EPA/600/R-01/037; EPA-68-W-99-002|
|Additional Subjects||Installation ; Computer software ; Air quality ; Procedures ; Systems management ; Requirements ; Ozone ; Particles ; Acid deposition ; Models-3 computer Models|
|Collation||214 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
Models-3 is a flexible system designed to simplify the development and use of air quality models and other environmental decision support tools. It is designed for applications ranging from regulatory and policy analysis to understanding the complex interactions of atmospheric chemistry and physics. The May 2001 release of Models-3 contains a Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) modeling system for urban to regional scale air quality simulation of tropospheric ozone, acid deposition, visibility, and fine particles. The major improvements in CMAQ since the June 2000 release include the Modified Euler Backward Iterative (MEBI) chemical solver for use with CB4 gas-phase mechanisms, improved horizontal diffusion, and an improved aerosol module. Principal changes to other parts of the Models-3 system improvements include the replacement of the former emission modeling system with provision to use the Sparse Matrix Operator Kernel Emission (SMOKE) modeling system (available at no cost from MCNC, North Carolina Supercomputing Center), and a SMOKE Tool to create input files for SMOKE. This Installation Manual includes an overview of the system architecture, installation requirements, procedures for installation of the Models-3 server and clients, establishing users, Models- 3 start-up and shut-down, loading of data sets, description of system administration functions, and illustrative examples. Release notes describing system changes (including SMOKE Tool) are in Appendices G and H.
"Models-3 version 4.1." Microfiche.