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2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar1 Sample Channel Condition 84 84 – CHANNEL CONDITION REPORTER CHANNEL CONDITION REPORTER (CCR) determines the controlling.

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1 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar1 Sample Channel Condition – CHANNEL CONDITION REPORTER CHANNEL CONDITION REPORTER (CCR) determines the controlling depths and generates a report, as required by NOAA for all US federal channels. It was developed for the New England District, US Army Corps of Engineers. –They paid a lot of money. –Tell them Thanks. –REPORTERO de CONDICIÓN de CAUCE –REPORTERO de CONDICIÓN de CAUCE (CCR) determina las profundidades controlando y genera un informe, como requerido por NOAA para todos los cauces federales americanos. –Se desarrolló para la Nueva Inglaterra el Cuerpo de ejército Distrito, americano de Ingenieros. –- Ellos pagaron mucho dinero. –- Les dice 'Gracias.

2 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar2 Sample Channel Condition – CCR – Basics CCR Program consists of two parts: –Defining your Channel and Reaches –Generating a Channel Condition Report, based on new survey data. Defining your channel requires either: –DXF File –Microstation DGN File These files will contain a 2-D or 3-D separate polyline for: –Outside Left –Inside Left –Channel Centerline –Inside Right –Outside Right –CCR - los Elementos esenciales –El Programa de CCR consiste en dos partes: –- Definiendo su Cauce y Alcances –- Generando un Informe de Condición de Cauce, basado en los nuevos datos del estudio. –Definiendo su cauce requiere cualquiera: –- El Archivo de DXF –- El Microstation DGN Archivo –Estos archivos contendrán un 2-D o 3-D polyline separados para: –- Fuera de la Izquierda –- Dentro de la Izquierda –- El cauce Centerline –- Dentro del Derecho –- Fuera del Derecho

3 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar3 Sample Channel Condition – Case Study – Getting Started 1.Open the Sample Channel Condition 84 project. 2.Start CCR from the Utilities – Other – Channel Condition Reporter menu item. 3.Its time to define our channel. The steps are: a.Load your DXF or DGN file and define the layers with the channel lines. b.Identify the type of channel and the various polylines used to define it. c.Specify the number of reaches. d.Define the Channel depth and name. e.Adjust individual reaches. Change the channel depth in the reach. Add boundaries to eliminate depths on the edges from becoming the controlling depths. –el Estudio del caso - se Empezado –Abra el 'el Cauce de la Muestra Condición 84' el proyecto. –Empiece CCR del 'las Utilidades - Otro - Reportero de Condición de Cauce' el artículo del menú. –Es tiempo para definir nuestro cauce. Los pasos son: –- La carga su DXF o DGN archivan y definen las capas con las líneas del cauce. –- Identifique el tipo de cauce y el varios polylines lo definía. –- Especifique el número de 'alcances. –- Defina la profundidad del Cauce y nombre. –- Ajuste los alcances individuales. –Cambie la profundidad del cauce en el alcance. –Agregue los límites para eliminar las profundidades en los bordes de volverse las profundidades controlando.

4 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar4 Sample Channel Condition – DGN File with Channel Elements In CCR, click the ChnlDef menu item and enter the file 046.DGN. Use the Zoom Window tool to center the channel area on the screen. Youre looking at Portland, OR and theres a lot of gunk on the screen DGN File con los Elementos del Cauce En CCR, haga clic el 'ChnlDef' el artículo del menú y entra en el archivo' 046.DGN.' Use el 'la Ventana del Zumbido' la herramienta para centrar el área del cauce en la pantalla. Usted está mirando Portland, OREGÓN y hay mucho 'el gunk' en la pantalla ChnlDef

5 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar5 Sample Channel Condition – Selecting DGN Layers for Display You can control which layers are displayed from the DGN file. 1.Click Layers from the lower menu bar. 2.Click None to turn off all layers. 3.Click Layer 58 on and then click Apply. This is the layer where they placed our polylines. 4.Click OK.

6 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar6 Sample Channel Condition – Selecting the Channel Type Click the L=? button (left menu) to assign each polyline to a channel line type. First, specify the channel type. –Single Channel: One lane. –Quarter Half Quarter Channel: Three lanes. Two outside lanes that extend along the outside of the channel (¼ channel width) and a wider lane in the center (½ channel width). –Four Quarter Channel: Four lanes. Each lane is ¼ channel width.

7 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar7 Sample Channel Condition – Assigning the Polylines 1.For each channel line: a.Click on the line type associated with the polyline. For example, Outside Left. b.Now click on the polyline associated with that line. 2.When finished, click Create Channel.

8 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar8 Sample Channel Condition Reaches The channel is divided into sub-areas called Reaches. Click the Reaches menu item. You can create reaches by: –Entering the number of reaches. –Specifying a distance between reaches. For our example, use Number of Reaches and enter 12. Click the Create button. Reaches R-1 through R-12 are created and placed on the screen.

9 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar9 Sample Channel Condition Reach Adjustment Each reach has a handle where it intersects the centerline. You can select the reach tool (Arrow icon) and drag reaches along the centerline. In this example, the first reach is buggered. Grab its handle and drag it a few feet up the channel until it straightens itself out. Reach Handle

10 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar10 Sample Channel Condition Setting the Channel Info Click the Channel menu item to enter the channel information. 1.Give your channel a name. (Two fields) 2.Enter the Survey Date. 3.Specify the default channel depth. For our case, use Click OK. Note: If the Project Depth changes as you proceed up the channel, you will have to open the properties of each reach and enter the Project Depth for that reach.

11 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar11 Sample Channel Condition Getting to the Reach Properties You can click on the Book icon (right bottom) to open up the file list shown on the left. For each reach, you can right click on the Reach name and select Properties to change the properties of the reach.

12 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar12 Sample Channel Condition – Reach Properties – Part 1 Reach ID: Allows you to change the name of the reach. Reach Depth: Click Override and you can set a Project Depth for this reach that is different from the normal project depth. Reach Width and Length: Just displayed for info. Orientation: This decides how the reach line is constructed. –Minimum Distance –Perpendicular to Centerline –Set Angle

13 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar13 Sample Channel Condition Reach Properties – Part 2 OLT Distance (Outside Left): –This defines an area, inward from the outside left polyline, where depths less than the Reach Depth will be reported as shoals but will not be reported as a controlling depth. –It allows flexibility so that a minimum depth along the very outside edge of a channel does not become a controlling depth, but is still reported as a shoal. ORT Distance: (Same for the right.) Description: (User supplied). For R-7, enter 50 for the OLT Distance and 100 for the ORT Distance.

14 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar14 Sample Channel Condition OLT and ORT Distances You can now see the hatched areas. –50 inward from the outside left polyline (bottom). –100 inward from the outside right polyline (top). Depths falling in these areas cannot become controlling depths but are still reported in footnotes as shoals.

15 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar15 Sample Channel Condition Saving the Channel Configuration Once you have adjusted any necessary reach properties, you have finished creating the channel. You only have to create the channel one time. You can now save the channel configuration to a file. (Click File – Save Project Settings and save it with an RPT extension.) In the future, you can: 1.Start CCR. 2.Open the Channel Configuration (RPT) file. 3.Enter your survey data. 4.Determine the shoals.

16 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar16 Sample Channel Condition – Entering your Survey Data After you have created your channel (or read an existing RPT file) its time to enter your XYZ data. CCR can read: –ASCII XYZ Files –Microstation DGN Files If you use a DGN file, you can select the layer that contains the sounding data. Were going to read 3 DGN files for our data. The soundings are on Layer Click XYZ – Sounding Display. 2.For Dgn Level to Extract Soundings, enter 49. Then click OK.

17 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar17 Sample Channel Condition – Specifying your Data Files 3.Now click XYZ – Load Soundings and give it the name of the files with your soundings. You can specify multiple files.

18 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar18 Sample Channel Condition Initial Display of Data Initially, all of your soundings will be displayed on the screen.

19 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar19 Sample Channel Condition – Controlling Sounding Display 4.Click XYZ – Sounding Display 5.Lets hide all soundings deeper than 34 (Project Depth) 6.Click Apply. The results are shown to the right.

20 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar20 Sample Channel Condition Searching for Controlling Depths and Shoals 7.Hit the Shoals menu item. On the screen display youll see different colored depths. –RED = Controlling Depth –YELLOW = Shoal (Deeper than CD but shoaler than Project Depth.) –BLUE = Would have been a CD but it lies in an OLT or ORT zone.

21 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar21 Sample Channel Condition – Review of Controlling Depths and Shoals 9.Click Review. You can select the Reach and Segment and look at: –Channel Depth (Project) –Controlling Depth of Segment –Any Shoal Depths in Segment You can also output an ASCII XYZ file containing the Shoal Depths and/or Controlling Depths from this window.

22 2003 HYPACK MAX Training Seminar22 Sample Channel Condition – NOAA Report Click Report – Screen to view a summary report in the NOAA format. –Click on the last reach in the bottom of the list to scroll the list downward. Click Report – Text File to generate a TXT file copy of the report for import into other applications.

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