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Geometric Modeling and CAD System to Solve Tectonics-Related Tasks Using Core Pole

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Proper and rational borehole utilization in various aspects of prospecting and outlining of mineral deposits is undoubtedly a vital task. Geometric modeling and a widespread use of a CAD system could facilitate the solution of various mining, geological, and engineering problems. The geometric modeling of boreholes improves the process of prospecting and outlining of mineral deposits and supports their assignment to automation system of project planning. This research addresses one of the aspects of subsoil geometry associated with widespread use of computers to solve various mining-and-geological and engineering problems. A core pole provides various data about the geological structure of a blanket deposit gap. It reveals mechanical and structural properties of mineral deposits and helps to evaluate mineral reserves. To obtain this data a number of exploration holes is bored on a studied gap of a mineral deposit. The geometric modeling of boreholes is based on their approximation to the classic geometric images. From the geometric point of view, a borehole is a cylinder. Therefore, some positional and metric problems could be solved on a core pole using descriptive geometry. A developed algorithm and its mathematical formulation contribute to designing of a program for automatic problem solving and measuring of strike and dip using a core pole.

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Guriev, T.S., Kalinichenko, A.V., Tsabolova, M.M. (2020). Geometric Modeling and CAD System to Solve Tectonics-Related Tasks Using Core Pole. In: Radionov, A., Karandaev, A. (eds) Advances in Automation. RusAutoCon 2019. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 641. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-39225-3_75

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