Construction and visualization of a three-dimensional model of an engineering geological body

Abstract

Based on the geological data and engineering practice at the Qixiashan lead-zinc mine in Nanjing, the application of the 3D visualization model in mine production visualization was preliminarily discussed with the help of international mining software Surpac. Constructed stope each layered solid model and the roadway model - 425, eventually form - 425 middle stope solid model, through the rotation, zoom, mobile, etc., can be precisely display stope each layered space form, and cut in any direction, volume calculation, such as, the mine production management is of certain guiding significance. Based on the solid model of the Qixiashan ore body in Nanjing, this paper analyzes the construction principle of the block model, studies the construction method of the block model, uses the inverse ratio method of distance power to evaluate the block model, constructs the grade model of the ore body, and discusses the application of the grade model in mine.

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Cheng, J. Construction and visualization of a three-dimensional model of an engineering geological body. Arab J Geosci 14, 330 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-021-06600-x

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Keywords

  • Construction and visualization
  • Three-dimensional model
  • Engineering geological body