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Reporting Model

m akbaba 10 years ago in General updated by anonymous 9 years ago 4

Thickness field is not included in the reporting menu Micromine 2013


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It sounds like you need to use coal_thickness instead of the actual block thickness. You could do that by specifying a block factor on the Processing Options tab. If you don’t already have a block factor field then you could add a new field to the block model and use Micromine’s calculator to put into the new field the value of coal_thickness divided by _RL. (So in your example the block factor would be 7m/10m = 0.7)

In MM2013 the Block Model report automatically gets the Block Model's thickness, so you don't need to specify it. Also, instead of specifying a "Material Field" you can now specify multiple Categories (under processing options).

Hello,
Example a block size (_RL) 10 m. This block including 7m coal(coal_thickness) and 3m waste (waste_thickness). Describe how the thickness of coal or thicness waste? I don't understand. I could do with MM-2012
Thanks.

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It sounds like you need to use coal_thickness instead of the actual block thickness. You could do that by specifying a block factor on the Processing Options tab. If you don’t already have a block factor field then you could add a new field to the block model and use Micromine’s calculator to put into the new field the value of coal_thickness divided by _RL. (So in your example the block factor would be 7m/10m = 0.7)

Thank you for information