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Instream Flow Station File (*.ifs)

The instream flow station file contains information to describe the physical properties of each instream flow in the system. This file is read by subroutine DATINP.

Row-data Variable Description
Station Data
1 Format (a12, a24, a12, 1x, a12,1x,a12,i8)
1-1 cifrid(1) Instream flow station ID
1-2 xfrnam1(i,1) Instream flow station name
1-3 cgoto(1) Upstream river node where the instream flow point or reach is located
1-4 ifrrsw(1) Switch; 0 = off, 1 = on
1-5 crtnid Downstream river node where the instream flow point or reach is located. For an instream point enter cgoto(1) or leave blank
1-6 cifrridy(1) Daily Instream station ID (for daily model only). See Section 7.17 for a detailed discussion.
Enter Instream station ID (crunid) if daily data will be provided for this station. Monthly data controls.
Enter another instream station ID to use the daily distribution of another but weight values by the monthly total in *.rim file
Enter 0 to use the average daily value from the monthly data in the *.ifm file. Monthly data controls.
Enter 3 to use the daily value from the daily demand (*.ifd) file. Daily data controls.
Enter 4 use a daily pattern developed by connecting the midpoints of monthly data. Monthly data controls.
1-7 iifcom(1) Data type switch
1 = monthly total demand provided (Section 4.17)
2 = annual total demand provided (Section 4.18)

Repeat for the number of instream flow stations