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howtosimulate:precipitation:export_import_tmt [2020/04/15 10:25]
pwarczok [Preparation of the file for TMT import]
howtosimulate:precipitation:export_import_tmt [2020/04/15 10:30] (current)
pwarczok [Preparation of the file for TMT import]
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 <code> <code>
 [data] [data]
-1*60*60 1280 +1*60*60 1280 
-2*60*60 1170 +2*60*60 1170 
-3*60*60 1070 +3*60*60 1070 
-4*60*60 980 +4*60*60 980 
-5*60*60 900 +5*60*60 900 
-6*60*60 830 +6*60*60 830 
-7*60*60 760 +7*60*60 760 
-8*60*60 690 +8*60*60 690 
-9*60*60 640 +9*60*60 640 
-10*60*60 580 +10*60*60 580 
-11*60*60 540 +11*60*60 540 
-12*60*60 490 +12*60*60 490 
-13*60*60 450 +13*60*60 450 
-14*60*60 420 +14*60*60 420 
-15*60*60 380 +15*60*60 380 
-16*60*60 350 +16*60*60 350 
-17*60*60 320 +17*60*60 320 
-18*60*60 300 +18*60*60 300 
-19*60*60 270 +19*60*60 270 
-20*60*60 250 +20*60*60 250 
-21*60*60 230 +21*60*60 230 
-22*60*60 210 +22*60*60 210 
-23*60*60 200 +23*60*60 200 
-24*60*60 180+24*60*60 180
 [/data] [/data]
 </code> </code>
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 $ by 3600 so that MatCalc recognizes it properly (MatCalc operates with seconds) $ by 3600 so that MatCalc recognizes it properly (MatCalc operates with seconds)
 [data] [data]
-1*60*60 1280 +1*60*60 1280 
-2*60*60 1170 +2*60*60 1170 
-3*60*60 1070 +3*60*60 1070 
-4*60*60 980 +4*60*60 980 
-5*60*60 900 +5*60*60 900 
-6*60*60 830 +6*60*60 830 
-7*60*60 760 +7*60*60 760 
-8*60*60 690 +8*60*60 690 
-9*60*60 640 +9*60*60 640 
-10*60*60 580 +10*60*60 580 
-11*60*60 540 +11*60*60 540 
-12*60*60 490 +12*60*60 490 
-13*60*60 450 +13*60*60 450 
-14*60*60 420 +14*60*60 420 
-15*60*60 380 +15*60*60 380 
-16*60*60 350 +16*60*60 350 
-17*60*60 320 +17*60*60 320 
-18*60*60 300 +18*60*60 300 
-19*60*60 270 +19*60*60 270 
-20*60*60 250 +20*60*60 250 
-21*60*60 230 +21*60*60 230 
-22*60*60 210 +22*60*60 210 
-23*60*60 200 +23*60*60 200 
-24*60*60 180+24*60*60 180
 [/data] [/data]
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 $ Interpretation of the columns is given below (the first column is absolute time, $ Interpretation of the columns is given below (the first column is absolute time,
 $ the second one is the end temperature of the segment) $ the second one is the end temperature of the segment)
howtosimulate/precipitation/export_import_tmt.txt · Last modified: 2020/04/15 10:30 by pwarczok