Ayacut Software – Prepare Land Acquisition DPR Quickly
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Percentages Cent Percent Simplified
Prepare Land Acquisition Reports of Survey Boundaries
Compute Percentage of a Particular Survey Boundary in Pocket (Chalks) of Irrigation project
This module serves for the requirements for the extraction of the area which can be irrigated within a chalk. Here we can categorise the area in a particular survey number , its location like which chalk it belongs to, which taluk, which district etc..
This module is most suitable for the professionals working in Irrigation projects and serving the Ayacut requirements.
The Concept the module is detailed below.
The different boundaries like Village, Chalk or DP is marked in the CAD package with specific layers allotted for the same. The survey number pockets are to be a true polygons.
These layers are then exported to the interface for analysis.
The other extra details as collected from the Revenue department or Also popularly known as Pahani are also imported to the interface.
The imported data is processed and then the percentages of the irrigatable land is estimated.
The percentage is calculated based on its boundaries like Chalk,Village etc...
A report in excel showing the irrigatable land , with percentages, picked up from the drawing, and areas picked from the imported pahani details are displayed as a part of the report for submission.
Saves lots of time and improves accuracy.
Generates customized excel report as a ready reference for submissions and analysis.
Preparing drawing to create Ayacut Boundary
Export boundaries to Civil Tools Interface from CAD
Import Boundary and Pahani information to Civil Tools Interface
Export Report and Drawing
a) Introduction to Ayacut Module of Civil Tools
Ayacut Module of ESurvey Civil Tools gives solution for
Preparing an Area report of Land Acquisition or Utilisation of Survey Boundaries along the Project area
Computing Percentage of a Particular Survey Boundary of various villages in Pocket (Chalks / DP) of Irrigation project
For Explaining Ayacut Module Working an Example of Irrigation Project is explained in this help.
Using this module you can compute percentages of various Survey Number as utilised in each pocket of the project area. To achieve the result, You need to follow these steps.
Preparation in Drawing File
Each survey boundary to be defined by a closed polygon
Each Village to be defined by a closed polygon
Each Pocket to be defined by a closed polygon
Each portion survey number within the chack boundary to be defined by closed polygon
For each survey boundary its respective Survey Number and Village name to be assigned
For each boundary within a Pocket – Survey Number, Village Name and Pocket name to be assigned
Once this preparation is done, all the boundaries with attached information to be exported to ESurvey Civil Tools Interface
Working on ESurvey Civil Tools Interface
Import boundary data Exported from drawing File (Both Survey Boundaries defining Village Map and Survey Numbers within Pockets)
Import Survey boundary information from Excel as maintained in Pahani
Once all this information is imported into Ayacut module, then Ayacut module can give report indicating how much percentage of a given survey number is occupied in a given pocket
b) Preparing drawing to create Ayacut Boundary
Each Survey Boundary within the village boundary to be represented as a closed polygon. Similarly, each survey boundary within the pocket needs to be represented as a closed polygon. For each of these polygons, respective information to be attached. For Survey Boundary contributing to village map – You need to attach Survey Number, the Village name. For Survey boundary areas falling within a pocket, you have to attach Survey Number, Village name and Pocket name.
There are multiple AutoLISP commands which will help you prepare this data. To start with, you need to have a base map which has all survey boundaries defined. To make the program work, AutoCAD entities you create, need to be in specific layers.
To create required layers for Ayacut module you have to use LSAY Command. This will display information about each layer which has to be created.
Using a set of lisp command you have to prepare required data.
Layer Specification for Ayacut Module. This command will create all the layers with a Standard Layer name.
Copy Survey Number Text. Survey Numbers to be kept in 2 layers VName and PName. Survey Numbers representing Survey Number within village name to be kept in VName layer, where as Survey Numbers representing Survey Number within in Pocket to be kept in PName Layer. CSUT command will help to copy initial VName to Survey Numbers for Pocket.
This is a quality check command. Hatch Polygons to Find Boundaries yet to be Created.
Reduce Text Height of Multiple Text Entities. If a given survey boundary is falling in multiple Pockets, when Survey name is placed in smaller boundaries, then the text may come out of boundary, to reduce text height of multiple text entities, RTHM command can be used.
Increase Text Height of Multiple Text Entities.
Create Survey Boundaries within the selected Pocket Boundary.
Create Survey Boundaries depending on Pocket Survey Text Selected.
Attach Village Survey Numbers to Polygons representing Survey Boundary in Bulk.
Attach Pocket Survey Numbers to Polygons representing Survey Boundary in Bulk.
Attach Village Name to Village Boundary Survey Boundary.
Attach Village Name to Survey Boundary in Pocket Layer.
Attach Pocket Name to Pocket Boundary & Survey Boundary in Pocket Layer.
Attach Pocket Name to Pocket Boundary & Survey Boundary in Pocket Layer.
Attach Survey Number to Survey Boundaries contributing to Pocket.
Read Information attached to Village Boundary or Survey Boundary.
Read Information attached to Pocket Boundary or Survey Boundary related to Pocket.
After creating boundaries, attaching information might have been left out. Find Error in Village Survey Boundaries.
Similarly, there may be some improvements required in boundaries, contributing to pocket, using FEDS command Find Error in Pocket Survey Boundaries.
c)Export boundaries to Civil Tools Interface from CAD
After preparing required boundaries and finding and fixing all the bugs,
Execute command EXV to Export Village Boundary, Village Survey Numbers (including attached information)
Run Command EXPKT to Export Pocket Boundary, Pocket Survey Number, Pocket Survey Boundary to Civil interface
Exported Data file will be Stored in “C:\ESurvey\Temp” file name are Village.info and POCKET.info
d)Import Boundary and Pahani information to Civil Tools Interface
Open ESurvey Civil Tools--> Go to File menu
Select Ayacut option and give Project Name click on the Save button
Select Ayacut submenu from Main Menu
Select Village option in Village and Pocket Group click on New/Edit button
Give village name and Save it.
Select Pocket option in Village and Pocket Group, Click on New/Edit button
Give Pocket name and Save it.
Select village name, Click on CAD Import button, select village.info file from “C: /ESurvey/Temp”
Select pocket name, Click on CAD Import button, Select POCKET.info file from “C: /ESurvey/Temp”
Import Pahani information
Save pahani info in prescribed Excel template as shown below
Select village name and click on Excel Import button. Choose excel file which you saved pahani details.
e) Export Report and Drawing
Importing data from CAD which includes boundaries and related information and importing pahani data from Excel is key in Ayacut project. Further, there is nothing much to proceed, once you import the data, all the reports will be ready.
To Export Village Report-->Select Village name and click on the Export button
Below is shown report will be generated which will have information related to Village Survey Numbers
To Export pocket report, Select pocket name and click on the Export button.