Irrigation Canal Cross Section with Soil Strata - Help
1. Open ESurvey CADD interface.
Or Follow the path: Start ->All Programs->ESurvey->ESurvey CADD.
2. Go to 'File' ->'New File'
3. Type the name of the file and change the directory if required. Then click on ‘Save’ button.
4. Import the ground data from an Excel file or from CAD.
5. Go to 'Start' ->'Settings'->Select 'Basic' -> 'Project Type' group->select 'Canal Sections' then click on 'Save' button
6. Go to 'CS Template/Assembly' menu -> Standard CS Templates ->Canal Profile
7. Canal Profile window will appear. Select ‘New Canal’ option, click on triple dotted button.
8. Specify profile name and 'Close' the window
9. Select the 'Profile' from the drop down list. Fill the information related to canal parameters then click on 'Create' button. New canal profile will be created.
10. Go to 'Main' -> 'Canal Sections Design'
Or To create canal design click on the 'Canal Design' button shown in the below image.
11. Canal Sections Design window will appear,specify ‘From' section and ‘To' section and the canal 'Profile' that you created and click on 'Save'. In Canal Sections Design window, fill the CBL (Final Level) level, depth of 1st Soil, 2nd Soil, 3rd Soil, 4th Soil for each cross section. [Note: You can copy and paste the values from excel]
12. If you want to change the design specifications or Variables group like 'Bed-Width', 'Canal Slope' etc,
at particular reaches(chainages), click on Section Variables tab. Click on 'New' button. Enter section number and relevant changes in 'Bed-Width', 'FSD', 'FB' & 'Canal Slope'. Click on the 'Save' and 'Process' button.
13. Return to the previous window by selecting the CBL and Soil Data tab. Click on 'Settings' to specify different slopes for soils. Here you can change the slope of soils as per requirement. Select on 'Bore' check box, if you want to show the bore details of soils in cross sections. Then click on 'Save' and then 'Close'.
14. Finally, click on 'Process' button.
15. Now, go to 'Preview' to view the canal section with soil classification as shown below.