SESResultsViewer


Integrated Graphics and Report Output Processor.

A powerful software tool to view, filter and examine computation results in the form of plots and reports for the intended SES Software package computation modules, i.e., RESAP, MALT, MALZ, HIFREQ, SPLITS and FCDIST.


Data Selection Panel

This is the most important component of the screen because it represents the control center. The Data Selection panel displays various items that can be selected for plotting and reporting. The type of plots and reports can be specified in this panel as well. Plotting thresholds, rendering options and filtering are also available to further discriminate the desired computation results to be displayed.


Ribbon

The Ribbon contains multiple important functionalities such as exporting plotted data into an MS Excel compatible format, recording and playing macros, customization and personalization features and much more.


Computations Plots Panel

The Computations panel allows selecting a group of options to control plotting and reporting of various data computed at the specified observation points such as touch and step voltages, soil potentials, conductor data and much more.

SESResultsViewer offers many features and flexibility. Besides fast background processes to ensure a stable and smooth behavior for SESResultsViewer, it is possible to directly access other graphics and report processors such as SESSystemViewer and GRServer from the Home ribbon tab in SESResultsViewer.

While plotting touch and step voltages, the SESThreshold module integrated into SESResultsViewer is used to compute safety thresholds for multiple zones. Refer to SESThreshold software tool for a highlight of its reach powerful features.

Plotted data can be easily customized using various filters and settings and exported into Microsoft Excel compatible format.


Safety Threshold

While plotting touch and step voltages, the SESThreshold module integrated into SESResultsViewer is used to compute safety thresholds for multiple zones.


Configuration Plots Panel

This panel is used to select a group of options that control the display of the conductor configuration along with color coding and textual labelling of numerical results.


Configuration Plots and Report

Selects a group of options that control the display of the conductor configuration. This can include plain configuration plots as well as labelling of conductor information.

Import data from other formats

  • Import data from DXF and AutoCAD files.
  • Exchange data between equipotential grounding studies and high-frequency studies.
  • Export data back to DXF or AutoCAD files.

Use data from object database

  • Use data from a comprehensive, built-in object database.
  • Add your own objects to the database.

Results Display Panel

The plots displayed in the Results Display panel are also created as thumbnails (plot icons) on the bottom bar.  The thumbnails are used as references to the individual plot windows; clicking on a thumbnail highlights the corresponding plot window.


Other Features

It is possible to open multiple instances of SESResultsViewer at the same time. It allows for an easy comparison of produced plots and reports.


Data Validation and Reports

Validate the data as you go

  • Consult the  Ambiguity Viewer  to quickly find possible problems with your input data. The  Ambiguity Viewer  is updated in the background and can repair problems automatically.
  • Use the  Detect Connected Components  tool to check if the network conductors are properly connected.
  • Use the  Power Tools  to repair bad connections or other problems in the network.

Run the case and generate reports

  • Create a Bill of Materials report from the data specified in a drawing.
  • Run the engineering program directly from within the SESCAD environment.
  • Start one of several SES output processing programs to visualize the results directly from within SESCAD.

Export Results to Google Earth™

Computations results for horizontal profiles can now be exported to Google Earth™ (kml file format). The plot is created by clicking on the Google Earth™ button in the Advanced Plots portion of the ribbon.