Yes I understood. So, starting from the total surface convective rainfall (RNC in code module_cu_kfeta.F), I could obtain the level-by-level condensation as follows: (The lines below were taken from the code module_cu_kfeta.F and are in reverse order of what appears in the code.)

RNC = RAINCV(I,J)*NIC ! RNC = Convective Rainfall (mm)

RAINCV(I,J) = DT*PRATEC(I,J)

PRATEC(I,J) = PPFLX(1-FBFRC)/DXSQ

PPFLX = TRPPT-TDER

TRPPT = TRPPT + PPTLIQ(NK) + PPTICE(NK) ! TRPPT = THE TOTAL RATE OF PRODUCTION OF PRECIP UP TO THE

! CURRENT MODEL LEVEL...

! PPTLIQ = THE RATE OF GENERATION (FALLOUT) OF

! LIQUID PRECIP AT A GIVEN MODEL LVL, PPTICE THE SAME FOR ICE,

The variables PPTLIQ (NK) and PPTICE (NK) would provide the amount of liquid and ice generated level by level and which actually reached the surface. The variables PPTLIQ (k) and PPTICE (k) would then provide latent warming level by level.

Together with what was left in the atmosphere (RQVCUTEN, RQRCUTEN, RQCCUTEN, RQSCUTEN e RQICUTEN) I would obtain the total convective latent heating from cumulus convection.

Am I right? Thank you very much for the answers and don't worry about the delay in responding. See you.

Everson