FF10 format for smoke inventory

#1

I try to create a FF10 format inventory file.
part of my file is as follows:

#FORMAT=FF10_NONPOINT
#COUNTRY=US
#YEAR=2014
#SELECTION_NAME=2014 NEI FINAL V2
#INVENTORY_VERSION=General Purpose Release
#INVENTORY_LABEL=2014 NEI FINAL V2
#CREATION_DATE=20180119 04:01
#CREATOR_NAME=Jonathan Miller
#VALUE_UNITS=TON
#INCLUDES_CAPS=true
#INCLUDES_HAPS=all
#DATA_SET_ID=“27100;2014NEIV2;Jonathan Miller;2014”
#EXPORT_DATE=Thu Jan 25 13:14:38 EST 2018
#EXPORT_VERSION_NAME=remove other sectors
#EXPORT_VERSION_NUMBER=2
#REV_HISTORY v1(01/22/2018) Chris Allen. removed FIPS ending in -777 emissions are not modeled
#REV_HISTORY v2(01/22/2018) Chris Allen. removed emissions that were separated into other sectorized inventories for nonpt sector
country_cd,region_cd,tribal_code,census_tract_cd,shape_id,scc,emis_type,poll,ann_value,ann_pct_red,control_ids,control_measures,current_cost,cumulative_cost,projection_factor,reg_codes,calc_method,calc_year,date_updated,data_set_id,jan_value,feb_value,mar_value,apr_value,may_value,jun_value,jul_value,aug_value,sep_value,oct_value,nov_value,dec_value,jan_pctred,feb_pctred,mar_pctred,apr_pctred,may_pctred,jun_pctred,jul_pctred,aug_pctred,sep_pctred,oct_pctred,nov_pctred,dec_pctred,comment
US,13225,2501050120,PM25-FIL,0,63R,8,2014,20180113,2014GADNR,
US,13225,2501050120,PM25-PRI,0,63R,8,2014,20180113,2014GADNR,

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however, the orignal FF10 file is like as follows:
#FORMAT=FF10_NONPOINT
#COUNTRY=US
#YEAR=2014
#SELECTION_NAME=2014 NEI FINAL V2
#INVENTORY_VERSION=General Purpose Release
#INVENTORY_LABEL=2014 NEI FINAL V2
#CREATION_DATE=20180119 04:01
#CREATOR_NAME=Jonathan Miller
#VALUE_UNITS=TON
#INCLUDES_CAPS=true
#INCLUDES_HAPS=all
#DATA_SET_ID=“27100;2014NEIV2;Jonathan Miller;2014”
#EXPORT_DATE=Thu Jan 25 13:14:38 EST 2018
#EXPORT_VERSION_NAME=remove other sectors
#EXPORT_VERSION_NUMBER=2
#REV_HISTORY v1(01/22/2018) Chris Allen. removed FIPS ending in -777 emissions are not modeled
#REV_HISTORY v2(01/22/2018) Chris Allen. removed emissions that were separated into other sectorized inventories for nonpt sector
country_cd,region_cd,tribal_code,census_tract_cd,shape_id,scc,emis_type,poll,ann_value,ann_pct_red,control_ids,control_measures,current_cost,cumulative_cost,projection_factor,reg_codes,calc_method,calc_year,date_updated,data_set_id,jan_value,feb_value,mar_value,apr_value,may_value,jun_value,jul_value,aug_value,sep_value,oct_value,nov_value,dec_value,jan_pctred,feb_pctred,mar_pctred,apr_pctred,may_pctred,jun_pctred,jul_pctred,aug_pctred,sep_pctred,oct_pctred,nov_pctred,dec_pctred,comment
“US”,“13225”,“2501050120”,“PM25-FIL”,0,“63R”,8,2014,20180113,“2014GADNR”,
“US”,“13225”,“2501050120”,“PM25-PRI”,0,“63R”,8,2014,20180113,“2014GADNR”,

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in the first file, there is no quotation marks in the strings, such as US (different “US”)
my question: is my file ok for SMOKE running?

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#2

Here is the SMOKE-ready full detail FF10 NONPOINT information. Please update your file according to this format.
https://www.cmascenter.org/smoke/documentation/4.6/html/ch08s02s04.html#d0e38111

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#3

If part of your question is about the inclusion of quotes around the text fields, they shouldn’t be needed but they are allowed.

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#4

It is correct that doublers quotes are not required except for Plant Name from point inventory format (PTINV). Because plant name could contain space, it does require double quotes around the plant name field.

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