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 | ''​outstatecompress'' ​    | //​Y/​N// ​     | defines whether the created outstate files are to be compressed and the text file then deleted. Y for yes, N for no. No is default. The filename of the compressed file is the same as for the ASCII-text state file, but with different file ending (state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].tgz). ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                               | | ''​outstatecompress'' ​    | //​Y/​N// ​     | defines whether the created outstate files are to be compressed and the text file then deleted. Y for yes, N for no. No is default. The filename of the compressed file is the same as for the ASCII-text state file, but with different file ending (state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].tgz). ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                               |
 | ''​resetstatedate'' ​     | //​date-time// ​      | defines that nutrient soil states will be reset to the starting state. The date should be in the format yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM]. The default is that no reset is done. Maximum 100 dates may be given. The dates may be written on same or different rows. In the latter case, the code first on every row. The reset starting state is saved in file [[start:​hype_file_reference:​reset_state_save|reset_state_save.txt]]. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                              | | ''​resetstatedate'' ​     | //​date-time// ​      | defines that nutrient soil states will be reset to the starting state. The date should be in the format yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM]. The default is that no reset is done. Maximum 100 dates may be given. The dates may be written on same or different rows. In the latter case, the code first on every row. The reset starting state is saved in file [[start:​hype_file_reference:​reset_state_save|reset_state_save.txt]]. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                              |
-| ''​substance'' ​        | //​string// ​         | gives the substances to be simulated. One or several of: //N P C S T1 T2//. N - nitrogen, P - phosphorus, C - organic carbon, S - total suspended sediment, T1 - tracer, and T2 - water temperature. Substances may be defined on one or several rows (with the code preceding the substance on each row) with one or several substances per row (separated by space). The default is to simulate no substances, only water. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                        |+| ''​substance'' ​        | //​string// ​         | gives the substances to be simulated. One or several of: //N P C S Si T1 T2//. N - nitrogen, P - phosphorus, C - organic carbon, S - total suspended sediment, Si - silica, T1 - tracer, and T2 - water temperature. Substances may be defined on one or several rows (with the code preceding the substance on each row) with one or several substances per row (separated by space). The default is to simulate no substances, only water. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                        |
 | ''​calibration'' ​      | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines whether or not automatic calibration is to be done. //Y// for calibration. Default is //N//. Calibration method and parameters are defined in file [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. Note that reading of initial state does not work with automatic calibration of parameters rivvel and damp, or soilcorr. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               | | ''​calibration'' ​      | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines whether or not automatic calibration is to be done. //Y// for calibration. Default is //N//. Calibration method and parameters are defined in file [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. Note that reading of initial state does not work with automatic calibration of parameters rivvel and damp, or soilcorr. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               |
 | ''​weightsub'' ​      | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines if the objective function and performance criteria should be weighted by a given trust in each subcatchment (only for criteria that are average of subbasins). Default is no.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               | | ''​weightsub'' ​      | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines if the objective function and performance criteria should be weighted by a given trust in each subcatchment (only for criteria that are average of subbasins). Default is no.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               |
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 |''​lakeriverice''​|//​0/​1/​2//​|defines if ice on lakes and rivers should be simulated. Default is no (0), while a positive number means yes. The alternative models are (1) with temperature transfer between air and water and (2) with water surface heat balance. The ice calculations require that //​substance//​ T2 (water temperature) is simulated.| |''​lakeriverice''​|//​0/​1/​2//​|defines if ice on lakes and rivers should be simulated. Default is no (0), while a positive number means yes. The alternative models are (1) with temperature transfer between air and water and (2) with water surface heat balance. The ice calculations require that //​substance//​ T2 (water temperature) is simulated.|
 |''​petmodel''​|//​0/​1/​2/​3/​4/​5//​|defines if an alternative potential evapotranspiration model should be used. Default is temperature dependence or use of observations (0), alternatives are temperature dependent (1), modified Jensen-Haise/​McGuinness (2), modified Hargreaves-Samani (3), Priestly-Taylor (4), and FAO Penman-Monteith reference crop evapotranspiration (5).| |''​petmodel''​|//​0/​1/​2/​3/​4/​5//​|defines if an alternative potential evapotranspiration model should be used. Default is temperature dependence or use of observations (0), alternatives are temperature dependent (1), modified Jensen-Haise/​McGuinness (2), modified Hargreaves-Samani (3), Priestly-Taylor (4), and FAO Penman-Monteith reference crop evapotranspiration (5).|
 +|''​sedresuspmodel''​|//​0/​1/​2//​|define which model to use for river sedimentation/​resuspension. Default is (0) the original HYPE method, the alternatives (1) is flow dependent method with parameter and (2) is a simplified Bagnold Equation.|
 |''​snowdensity''​|//​0/​1//​|defines which snowdensity model to use. Default is snow age dependent snowdensity (0), and alternative is snow compactation snow density model (1).| |''​snowdensity''​|//​0/​1//​|defines which snowdensity model to use. Default is snow age dependent snowdensity (0), and alternative is snow compactation snow density model (1).|
 |''​snowevaporation''​|//​0/​1//​|defines if evaporation (sublimation) from snow and glaciers should be calculated. Default is off (0), and alternative is on (1). Snow and glacier evaporation is governed by the general parameters ‘fepotsnow’,​ ‘fepotglac’,​ and ‘fsceff’ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​par.txt|par.txt]].| |''​snowevaporation''​|//​0/​1//​|defines if evaporation (sublimation) from snow and glaciers should be calculated. Default is off (0), and alternative is on (1). Snow and glacier evaporation is governed by the general parameters ‘fepotsnow’,​ ‘fepotglac’,​ and ‘fsceff’ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​par.txt|par.txt]].|
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 Output can be given for each time step or aggregated to longer periods. This is specified by the code ''​meanperiod''​. For available aggregation periods see table [[info.txt#​aggregation_period_codes|below]]. The aggregation works best if it is in alignment with the simulation and output start date, e.g. yearly output that start 1 January. ​ Output can be given for each time step or aggregated to longer periods. This is specified by the code ''​meanperiod''​. For available aggregation periods see table [[info.txt#​aggregation_period_codes|below]]. The aggregation works best if it is in alignment with the simulation and output start date, e.g. yearly output that start 1 January. ​
  
-It is possible to get output for several different aggregation periods for the same type of output (basin- , class-, region- or time-output) by specifying several groups of the same type of output with ordinal number between **Code 1** and **Code 2**. See example below the table. The files will then have a suffix to their name to separate them, e.g. //​timeCRUN_DD.txt//​. If only one non-numbered group is used no meanperiod suffix will be added to the file(s). The number between **Code 1** and **Code 2** is also used to hold together classoutput information for different variables/​groups/​meanperiods.+It is possible to get output for several different aggregation periods for the same type of output (basin- , class-, region- or time-output) by specifying several groups of the same type of output with an ordinal number between **Code 1** and **Code 2**. See example below the table. The files will then have a suffix to their name to separate them, e.g. //​timeCRUN_DD.txt//​. If only one non-numbered group is used no meanperiod suffix will be added to the file(s). The number between **Code 1** and **Code 2** is also used to hold together classoutput information for different variables/​groups/​meanperiods. Note that the ordinal number need to begin at 1 and go up, no gaps allowed.
  
  
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