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Embed Size px x x x x All rights reserved. No part of this document shall bereproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmittedby any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,recording or otherwise, without written permission fromMINTEC, inc. All terms mentioned in this document that are known tobe trademarks or registered trademarks of their respec-tive companies have been appropriately identified. Using This MineSight Workbook MineSight Overview Familiarization with Deposit Initializing the Pit Optimization Files Pit Optimization Symbol Maps Running Pit Optimization Programs Pit Optimization Display and Analysis Complex Pit Design Displaying Pit Designs Reserves Calculations MV1 Summary Plotting in MineSight 3-D Appendix A - MV1 Summary Appendix B - ePit Basics Notes:Using this Mintec WorkbookThe objective of this workbook is to provide hands on training and experience with.
This workbook does not cover all thecapabilites of MineSight, but concentrates on typical mine geologists duties using agiven set of data. To begin, we would like to thank you for taking the opportunity to enrich yourunderstanding of MineSight through taking this training course offered by MintecTechnical Support. Please start out by reviewing this material on workbook conventionsprior to proceeding with the training course documentation.
This workbook is designed to present concepts clearly and then give the userpractice through exercises to perform the stated tasks and achieve the required results. All sections of this workbook contain a basic step, or series of steps, for usingMineSight with a project. Leading off each workbook section are the learning objectivescovered by the subject matter within the topic section.
Following this is an outline of theprocess using the menu system, and finally an example is presented of the results of theprocess.
MineSight provides a large number of programs with wide ranges of options withineach program. This may seem overwhelming at times, but once you feel comfortablewith the system, the large number of programs becomes an asset because of theflexibility it affords. If you are unable to achieve these key tasks or understand theconcepts, notify your instructor before moving on to the next section in the workbook. This section explains for the student the mouse actions, keyboard functions, andterms and conventions used in the Mintec workbooks.
Please review this sectioncarefully to benefit fully from the training material and this training course. Notes: Terms and ConventionsThe following terms and conventions are used in the Mintec workbooks:. Menu Commands - are printed in Arial font, bold, with a vertical bar, as an exampleFile I Open means access the File menu and choose Open. Note: if you have any questions or comments regarding this training documentation,please contact the Mintec Documentation Specialist at or via e-mail atmarket mintec.
MineSight is a comprehensive software package for the mining industry containingtools used for resource evaluation and analysis, mine modeling, mine planning anddesign, and reserves estimation and reporting. MineSight has been designed to take rawdata from a standard source drillholes, underground samples, blastholes, etc. The dataand operations on the data can be broken down into the following logical groups.
A variety of drillhole data can be stored in MineSight, including assays, lithology andgeology codes, quality parameters for coal, collar information coordinates and holeorientation , and down-the-hole survey data.
Value and consistency checks can beperformed on the data before it is loaded into MineSight. After the data has been storedin the system, it can be listed, updated, geostatistically and statistically analyzed, plottedin plan or section and viewed in 3-D. Assay data can then be passed on to the nextlogical section of MineSight which is compositing.
Digitized data is utilized in the evaluation of a project in many ways. It can be used todefine geologic information in section or plan, to define topography contours, to definestructural information, mine designs and other information that is important to evaluatethe ore body.
Digitized data is used or derived in virtually every phase of a project fromdrillhole data through production scheduling.
Any digitized data can be triangulated andviewed as a 3-D surface in MineSight. Composites are calculated by benches for most base metal mines or mineral seams for coal mines to show the commodity of interest on a mining basis. Composites canbe either generated in MineSight or generated outside the system and imported. Composite data can be listed, updated, geostatistically and statistically analyzed, plottedin plan or section and viewed in 3-D.
Composite data is passed on to the next phase ofMineSight, ore body modeling. Within MineSight, deposits can be represented by a computer model of one of twotypes. A 3-D block model 3DBM is generally used to model base metal deposits, suchas porphyry copper or other non-layered deposits.
A gridded seam model GSM is usedfor layered deposits, such as coal or oil sands. In both models, the horizontalcomponents of a deposit are divided into blocks that are usually related to a productionunit.
View Download 92 Category Documents. Proprietary Information of Mintec, inc. Table of Contents Part : E Rev. Intro-1 MineSight Overview A-1 Appendix B - ePit Basics B Proprietary Information of Mintec, inc. Introduction to the Course To begin, we would like to thank you for taking the opportunity to enrich yourunderstanding of MineSight through taking this training course offered by MintecTechnical Support.
What You Need to Know This section explains for the student the mouse actions, keyboard functions, andterms and conventions used in the Mintec workbooks. Using the Mouse The following terms are used to describe actions you perform with the mouse: Click -press and release the left mouse button Double-click - click the left mouse button twice in rapid succession Right-click - press and release the right mouse button Drag - move the mouse while holding down the left mouse button Highlight - drag the mouse pointer across data, causing the image to reverse in color Point - position the mouse pointer on the indicated item Using this Mintec Workbook Proprietary Information of Mintec, inc.
Page Intro-2 Part : E Rev. Select - highlight a menu list item, move the mouse over the menu item and click themouse. Questions or Comments? The basic structure and organization of MineSight. The capabilities of each MineSight module.
Ways to run MineSight programs. What Is MineSight? Drillhole Data Operations A variety of drillhole data can be stored in MineSight, including assays, lithology andgeology codes, quality parameters for coal, collar information coordinates and holeorientation , and down-the-hole survey data. Digitized Data Operations Digitized data is utilized in the evaluation of a project in many ways.
Compositing Operations Composites are calculated by benches for most base metal mines or mineral seams for coal mines to show the commodity of interest on a mining basis. Modeling Operations Within MineSight, deposits can be represented by a computer model of one of twotypes.
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Embed Size px x x x x In order to run MineSight programs you must have either individual local keys attached to your computer or else a network license. This article refers to the individual local keys, physical key dongles that are attached either to the parallel port or to the USB port on your computer. The physical key dongles issued with the Update CD are known as Generation 1 keys. The physical key dongles issued with MineSight prior to the Update are known as Generation 0 keys.
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