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harp -- HARP version 1.4a is now available Posted: 29 Jul 2008 14:54:56
This email is to notify you that HARP version 1point4a is now available for download from the HARP website. Please go to: http://www.arb.ca.gov/toxics/harp/harpdownload.htm. This version fixes issues identified in HARP version 1.4. After the HARP installation is complete, you must update the Pollutant and Conversion tables in each of your project databases (e.g., HARP.mdb). Please follow the step-by-step instructions (provided on the HARP website)for installing the HARP update and for updating your project databases. Please contact Michele Houghton at (916) 327-5635 or Steven Yee at (916) 327-1617 if you have any questions. Changes since version 1.4 • Carbon monoxide (pollutant ID 42101) has been added back to the list of pollutants. Pollutant ID 42101 should be used for reporting carbon monoxide as a criteria pollutant. If you have been using carbon monoxide (pollutant ID 630080) to report your criteria emissions of carbon monoxide, then you should convert those pollutant IDs to 42101. To convert your pollutant IDs, use one of the scripts below in the General Query Report window of HARP. See page 5-39 in the HARP User Guide for instructions on how to use the General Query Report window. Please note that you should continue to use pollutant ID 630080 for reporting carbon monoxide emissions under the Air Toxics “Hot Spots” Program. If you have any questions about this change, please contact Chris Halm at (916) 323-4865. The password for the update command is: CARB1 Update Script 1 - Updates emission records for a specific facility Change the facility id (FACID), county (CO), air basin (AB), district (DIS), and year (YEAR) information that are specific to your facility UPDATE EMISSION SET POL=42101 WHERE POL=630080 AND FACID=3002 AND CO=37 AND AB='SD' AND DIS='SD' AND YEAR=2 Update Script 2 - Updates all emission records UPDATE EMISSION SET POL=42101 WHERE POL=630080 • A bug was fixed in the Keyhole Markup Language (KML) feature that allows you to export the map and risk data to Google Earth. If the risk data was sorted prior to generating the KML file, the risk details in the KML file would not correspond to the receptor location. • A bug was fixed in the KML feature. If there were a large number of receptors in the risk analysis, HARP would error when the KML file was created. • The receptor index in the KML file now matches the receptor index in the Risk Analysis Module.