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GEOLOGICAL

MODELL ING
ORE

NON- ORE

Approach
Borehole
Data

Map
Data

Litholog Data

NO
.4

MKAR-10

LINE

Survey data

8 5 °2 8'0 0"

85 °2 7 '30"

R L 3 33 . 25

INC

8 5 °2 7'0 0"

INC
LIN
E NO
.3

8 5° 26 '3 0"

NCAR-97
NCAR-57

RL 34 1. 89

R L 3 60 . 13

NCAR-64
R L 341 . 53

Surface / Borehole Geophysical
Data

NCAR-80

M AU
RYA
BLOC
K

NCAR-79
R L 360 . 64

NCAR-56A NCAR-56

RL 34 9. 68

NCAR-102

NCAR-69

NCAR-61

RL 33 5.6
RL 3 40.9

E

10 INCL
INE

INC
LIN

NO.

EA
M

NCAR-77

R L 3 53 . 78

NCAR-60A

RL 35 5. 98

RL 345 . 49

S

EAM

INE

R L 3 53 . 27

' J'

INCL

EAM

MNO.
11

NCAR-81

NCAR-82

NCAR-89
NCAR-76 RL 35 7. 17

'I' SEA

NCAR-35
MKAR-1

C C L F EA T U RE

R L 3 58. 58

RL 3 58. 16

RL 36 3. 61

23 °3 9' 30"

NCAR-58
NCAR-88

NCAR-62

NCAR-25

R L 3 46 . 88

MKAR-8

RL 35 7. 41

T-4

RL 3 59. 04
RL 32 7. 56

NCAR-78
R L 3 58. 32

R L 354 .5

RL 3 55.3

'I' S

T-3

'I' S

R L 352 . 92

NCAR-49
RL 343 . 36

NCAR-83

RL 34 9. 68

RL 35 8. 65

NE
W

INCL
INE

0

23 °3 9 '30"

NO
.12

NCAR-87

RL 35 5. 74

NCAR-47

MKAR-6

RL 348 . 98

NCAR-84
RL 335 . 63

RL 35 6. 52

NCAR-86

NCAR-55

NCAR-101

R L 350 .9

R L 34 9.1

RL 34 7. 46

NCAR-41

NCAR-92

R L 357 . 00
RL 35 1. 35

MKAR-2
CCAR-1

RL 35 5. 46

NCAR-65

RL 35 1. 92

NCAR-59

T-9 6

T-95

RL 35 5. 02

R L 3 55 . 22

NCAR-30
T-1 R L 344 . 99

NCAR-52

NCAR-32

RL 35 9. 08

NCAR-33

RL 34 5. 67

RL 34 1. 26

R L 3 46. 25

MKAR-3

RL 32 9.5

RL 3 50. 5

RL 3 53. 55

0

NCAR-27

RL 35 3. 29

M
SEA

357

NCAR-74
NCAR-96

NCAR-103
RL 3 41. 06

NCAR-98

R L 34 7.5

NCAR-75

RL 3 50 .9

RL 34 4. 01

NCAR-36

NCAR-45

RR Y

R L 3 37 . 77

RL 34 1. 45

NCAR-95

RL 36 0. 66

AY Q
UA

MAR-1
NCAR-34A
MKAR-12

NCAR-29

RL 342 . 17

NCAR-31

ECL

R L 3 40 . 71

R L 3 33 . 44

RL 35 2. 91
RL 35 2. 18

NCAR-48
RL 34 5. 61

MKAR-13
MKAR-18
RL 3 45. 74

T-6

NCAR-2

NCAR-91
R L 3 40. 41

RL

RL 35 9. 03

RL 359 . 61

R L 3 40 . 82

NCAR-38

MKAR-7
RL 34 3. 99

F OR EST

359
RL 35 7.5

NCAR-72
NCAR-70

R L 3 55 . 28

R L 348 . 88

NCAR-1
R L 3 37 . 63

MKAR-11

'S'
INE
NCAR-46 INCL
M
RL 35 6.5
NO.2
SEA
'S '
LINE
INC
NCAR-42 NO. 1
NCAR-50 NCAR-44
RL

NCAR-51

T-5

RL 34 8. 34

MKAR-4

T-1 1 R L 3 25 . 24

NCAR-40
RL 35 9.8

MKAR-5
R L 3 52 . 97

NCAR-39
RL 34 8. 67

CCAR-2

T-97

TO SIRKA

F IR

Special Tests

NCAR-68

NCAR-71
R L 3 44 . 49

RL 35 1. 87

R L 3 43 . 93

RL 33 7. 68

T-2 2

NCAR-53

C C L FEA TU R E

RL 338 . 53

NO.9 INCLINE 'B' SEAM
NCAR-66
NO.7 INCLINE 'B' SEAM

NCAR-43

0

Modelling
Procedures

INC R L 3 36 . 62 M' SE
'
LIN
E

E
LIN
INC

C C L FEA TU R E

RL 34 9. 77

R L 3 52 . 32

NCAR-37
RL 3 32. 77

AR

GA

23 °3 9' 00"

DA

QU

AR

C C L FEA TU R E

A RG A D A QU A R RY N O .-2(OL D )
RY

NO

2 3 °3 9'0 0"

NCAR-104

.-1

MKAR-15

MKAR-20

R L 3 46 . 25

RL 34 8. 58

T-7

RL 33 9. 35

NCAR-11

NCAR-15

R L 3 39 . 21

NCAR-94

NCAR-3
RL 33 4.9

R L 32 4.4

RL 33 6.5

TO
NCAR-17

C C L CO L ON Y

NCAR-99

NCAR-28

RL 34 5. 53

RA

MG

ARH

R L 3 33 . 05

NCAR-10

R L 3 32 . 98
R L 3 39. 87

T-8

NCAR-5
RL 34 7. 44

NCAR-9
NCAR-20

INDEX :

T-1 0

TO

T -95

R .L. :

T -1
R .L. :

TRI ANGULATI ON STATION
SURVEY OF INDIA

SUBSI DENCE

TRI ANGULATI ON STATION
M.E.C.L.

QUARRY

NCAR-73

MKAR-14
R L 3 35 . 06

SIR
KA

BOREHOLE DRILLED BY
M.E.C.L.

R .L. :
P IT -1

NCAR-18
R L 3 30. 69

PIT

C C L -12

BOREHOLE DRILLED BY COLLIERY

NCAR-16

NCAR-100

RL 33 4. 69

NCAR-26
R L 332 . 41

NCAR-7
RL 33 1. 62

LOWER S EAM NO.2 I NCLINE
NCAR-19

RL 32 7. 09

DUMP

R L 3 37. 63

NO.1 INCLINE(OLD)
NCAR-6
R L 3 32 . 51

TO SIRKA

C.C.L. COLONY

RL 32 8. 85

R L 337 . 64

T-9

PONDS
HOUSE / BUILDING /
VILLAGE / SETTLEMENT / BASTI

RL 34 0. 18

NCAR-4

MKAR-16
R L 3 34 . 96

R . L . : 345.23

R . L . : 345.23

RL 33 3. 27

RL 34 2. 99

MKAR-19
M K A R -2 /MA R-1

RL 3 35. 44

NCAR-93

R L 3 43. 43

MKAR-17

C CL F EA T U RE

0

Composite Sample Analysis

NCAR-63
.6

R L 328 . 59

K
BLOC

Band by Band Analysis

NO

A
SIRK

Borehole Deviation Survey
Correlation of Seams/Horizons

RL 3 55. 92

R L 358 . 62

P ARARU NALA

.7
NO
AM

0

NCAR-54
RL 35 7. 04

R L 331 . 13

NCAR-90

NCAR-85
RL 3 54. 84

'M
' SE
AM

NCAR-67

TO RANCHI RO AD R.S.

NCAR-8

C C L -12

BOREHOLE DRILLED BY COLLIERY
R . L . : 345.23

RL 32 6. 02

RAI LWAY LI NE

C C A R -1 / N CAR -1

BOREHOLE DRILLED BY N.C.D.C.
R .L. :

INCLINE
WELL
BLOCK BOUNDARY

D AM O DA R RIVER

RIVER / MAJOR
NALA WI TH BRIDGE / CULVERT
METTALED ROAD

METAMORPHICS

3 30

85 °2 6' 30"

Model

23 °3 8' 30"

UNMETTALED ROAD

23 °3 8' 30"

SURFACE CONTOUR
WITH VALUE I N METRES

ROAD WITH BRI DGE / CULVERT
8 5° 27 '0 0"

8 5° 27 '3 0"

85 °2 8' 00"

A Sh2 GEOLOGICAL & TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP Sh2 A B BOUNDARY D INC LINE S HAFT C INDEX: B Sh1 C Sh2 Sh1 28° .

L.195 R.:397.:396.430 S1S 9800 S2 9900 10000 VS-27 R.:398.613 R.L.425 R.L.826 R.10400 N4 LV1 VS-5 VS-14 R.:394.618 0S R.010 R.L.L.L.L.:397.L.:397.L.275 10100 0N R.818 VS-17 LV1 VS-23 R.550 N2 MVS-4 MVS-13 R.:395.220 N1 0N 10000 N2N R.L.:398.:398.L.:397.:397.:397.L.:394.925 R.:393.:395.288 MVS-16 MVS-15 R.L.:393.904 VS-24 S3 10100 R.236 R.740 VS-2 VS-8 AVS-3 R.470 VS-4 VS-6/TBM N3 N4 N3 10300 R.:390.L.728 S4 0 10000 MVS-14 MVS-10 0S 10200 S3 N1N N1 MVS-11 MVS-9 0 VS-28 R.:399.L.350 R.643 VS-16 9900 S1 R.:402.L.273 VS-3 VS-7 R.:392.L.987 VS-32 R.520 S1 9900 S5 S1S S4 10200 S5 10300 S2 9800 10400 BOREHOLE LOCATION PLAN .:400.L.960 N3N 10300 N 10400 N3N VS-13A AVS-2 R.418 BHVM-6 VS-1 VS-11 R.000 MVS-5 N2N 10200 N2 N1N 10100 MVS-2 R.:395.L.L.L.L.:394.L.:395.L.L.L.:394.:400.503 R.:397.820 R.L.095 R.L.L.:394.L.L.L.:393.995 MVS-7 MVS-12 R.:397.L.:399.:398.363 R.635 R.:399.765 R.

00 15 10 0 5 20 10 0 30 15 0 15 40 0 20 EPID(%) AMPH(%) CHL(%) CARB(%) MUSC(%) 0 30 15 0 40 20 0 80 40 0 80 RQD (%) QTZ (%) FELS (%) BIOT(%) 40 LOG 0 DEPTH(m) = 10461.10 MIN. QDCL & GRADE 20.0 60.20 GRADE % Pb(%) 0.GRAPHIC LITHOLOG ALONG WITH RQD.130 Mo (%) 2 3 0 1 0.0 80.6 Y . ZONE 0.0 = 399.0 40.MVS-1 Coordinates X = 10018. .5 Z 30 BOREHOLE NO.

GNEISS PARTLY FEL. FEL.GNEISS SHEARED FEL.EPI.0 6.R 41-SVM 346.GNEISS FEL. EPI.GNEISS 4.0 20.0 PARTLY SHEARED SHEARED FEL.QTZ.GNEISS 16. FEL.GNEISS 17.0 7.0 9.QTZ.0 7.0 SLUDGE HORNBLENDITE 3.441 SHEAR ZONE .BIO.0 SOIL & OB SHALE WITH VEIN QUARTZ 2.0 9. 4 (4.L.QTZ.0 3.GNEISS SHQT 052 SHEARED QTZ.0 15.0 11. FEL.03% & 1.BIO.GNEISS FEL.0 4.GNEISS WEATH.0 15. GNEISS 3.004:. GNEISS 17. EPI.GNEISS PARTLY FEL.QTZ.0 14.0 META-GABBRO META-GABBRO SHEARED FEL.0 FEL. EPI. EPI GNEISS 5.GNEISS FEL.0 4.GNEISS PARTLY SHEARED FEL.6 94 0 . FEL.0 PARTLY SHEARED FEL.50 m MSW-CUTOFF) MINERASED ZONE 12. SHEARED FEL.0 SLUDGE 1.49 PARTLY SHEARED FEL CHL GNEISS 7.0 EPI.GNEISS 2.GNEISS 1.0 WEATH.0 WEATH.0 11.0 18.GNEISS SHALE SLUDGE FEL.BIO. GNEISS FEL.GNEISS 01-SVM 827.98 X 0.0 54. CHL.0 8.0 15.0 14. EPI.GNEISS PARTLY SHEARED FEL BIO GNEISS 9.QTZ.0 SHEARED FEL. EPI.0 11.0 050 .0 8.0 HORNBLENDITE FEL.0 7. GNEISS 3.50 m MSW-CUTOFF) 89.QTZ.0 PARTLY SHEARED FEL.0 1.0 8.BIO.0 7.0 5.0 SHALE WITH VEIN QUARTZ 19.GNEISS 15. GNEISS HORNBLENDITE WEATH.R BH NO .HBL.0 6.GNEISS META-GABBRO FEL.GNEISS SOIL FEL.HBL.GNEISS WEATH.GNEISS PARTLY FEL.049) – THICKNESS (METRES) X GRADE (%) (AT 0.0 PARTLY SHEARED FEL. FEL.L.45 5X 0. FEL. CHL.CHL. GNEISS FEL.GNEISS WEATH. GNEISS 04.GNEISS WEATH.0 14.0 14.GNEISS 13.0 4. EPI.0 SHALE WITH WITH VEIN VEIN QUARTZ QUARTZ FEL.EPI.QTZ.EPI.03% Mo & 1.GNEISS PARTLY FEL.1 (1.0 PARTLY FEL.GNEISS FEL.QTZ.BIO.GNEISS PARTLY SHEARED FEL. GNEISS SHEARED FEL BIO GNEISS DYKE 11.0 16. CHL.0 6. GNEISS FEL.0 9.QTZ.0 13.CHL.0 3. CHL.HBL.0 12.0 SLUDGE FEL.BIO.BIO.CHL.0 5.0 WEATH.QTZ.03% & 1.BIO.EPI.QTZ.0 2.0 PARTLY SHEARED FEL.060) – THICKNESS (METRES) X GRADE (%) (AT 0.GNEISS FEL.0 PARTLY SHEARED SHEARED FEL.HBL.CHL. GNEISS LODE MINERALISED ZONE 11.GNEISS FEL.GNEISS 18.3 FEL.0 60.EPI.GNEISS NORE NON-ORE 14.0 SOIL & OB 2.0 5. GNEISS 12.0 12.0 18.GNEISS FEL.QTZ. GNEISS 16.BIO.0 5.0 PARTLY FEL.0 17.0 SOIL & & OB OB FEL.0 8.CHL. GNEISS 12.QTZ. FEL. EPI.0 18.BIO.BIO.CHL. SHEARED FEL.GNEISS FEL.BIO.0 WEATH. SHEARED QUARTZ 98.0 16.BIO.GNEISS HORNBLENDITE SHALE WITH VEIN QUARTZ META-GABBRO 060 .0 FEL.QTZ.050 =THICKNESS (METRES) X GRADE(%) 6.0 FEL.893:.HBL.0 15.0 FEL.0 7.GEOLOGICAL CROSS SECTION S0 : NOITCES SSORC LACIGOLOEG 004 1.0 9. SHEARED FEL. SHEARED FEL.0 4.GNEISS 3. FEL. GNEISS GNEISS WEATH.50 m MSW-CUTOFF) FEL.0 SLUDGE META-GABBRO 2.0 1. EPI.GNEISS SHEARED FEL.GNEISS FEL.72 (AT 0.0 5.GNEISS 59 . EPI.GNEISS 003 8.0 SHALE WITH VEIN QUARTZ FEL.0 17.GNEISS SOIL & OB PARTLY SHEARED FEL.0 2.0 19.QTZ.GNEISS FEL.0 1.0 16.0 3.0 6.EPI.GNEISS FEL. FEL.EPI.QTZ.GNEISS PARTLY SHEARED SHEARED FEL. CHL.BIO.CHL.0 1 WEATH.0 17. GNEISS 6.0 13.0 8.0 13.06 X 0.GNEISS PARTLY SHEARED FEL.0 HORNBLENDITE FEL.BIO.0 6.BIO. GNEISS FEL.CHL.GNEISS SLUDGE SOIL & OB FEL.2 SHEAR ZONE 053 INDEX 4.1 BH NO .GNEISS HORNBLENDITE WEATH.BIO.GNEISS FEL.0 20.GNEISS META-GABBRO FEL.GNEISS PARTLY SHEARED FEL.GNEISS 13.

05 0.50 0S 0N 200.000 9800 10400 •JOINING OF VARIOUS PARAMETERS TO ESTABLISH THE GEOMETRY OF THE HOST ROCK.06 N2 VS-7 VS-3 N4 VS-13A AVS-2 1.08 5.87 •SLICING OF SECTIONS TO GET THE LATERAL CONTINUITY MVS-15 MVS-16 10200 S2 200.03 1.03 1.84 10050 0N 0.12 5.50 VS-8 L350 VS-2 0.27 10300 0.350 mRL VS-5 LV1 0.11 2.50 S1S VS-27 0.000 0S VS-23 VS-24 10100 10150 S4 10200 S5 S2 10250 10300 10350 9800 10400 0.05 10150 10200 VS-32 1.06 1.08 N2N 10250 N3 N3N 0.000 0.75 2.96 N1 L3 00 10100 VS-7 VS-3 200.000 S1 S5 S1S 200.000 9850 VS-16 S1 MVS-14 200.05 4.000 0.07 1.45 MVS-12 MVS-7 0.000 L300 10000 0.03 1.000L300 L350 VS-17 200.75 N2 200.39 10000 0.61 N1NMVS-4 MVS-5 N2N 0.05 2.000 VS-11 0.03 1.000 S4 S5 200.04 1.76 0.000 200.98 VS-23 0N S4 VS-1 L3 00 9850 S1 BHVM-6 200.06 3.09 N2 200.000 N2N 10200 VS-28 N1N VS-11 10000 0 MVS-14 0S MVS-9 9950 0 10000 S1 S5 S1S 0S MVS-10 200. GRADE etc.07 2.10 1.04 1.20 BHVM-6 S3 N1N VS-2 200.48 9900 MVS-15 MVS-16 200.45 10000 S4 200.05 S2 LV1 9900 0 200.000 0.000 10200 0.80 10100 0.000 200.92 N3 MVS-2 200.11 1.50 VS-28 0 .000 2.22 S2 S3 S1S VS-24 200 .23 S3 N1N MVS-13 10400 200.10 0.000 0N MVS-11 MVS-9 0.000 MVS-11 0.000 0.000 200.04 3.000 0. .97 10050 L300 S3 VS-27 0.12 7.000 10200 MVS-12 MVS-7 200.08 1.000 10300 L350 L300 N3N 0.06 VS-1 0.50 200.000 200.05 2.92 9950 VS-8 0.000 10000 L35 0 9900 VS-16 N1 0.LEVEL PLAN 10400 VS-13A 10350 N3N N3 VS-4 VS-6/TBM VS-5 10400 N4 2 00.05 1.10 10250 MVS-5 N2N VS-14 L300 0.51 N1 MVS-13 0.50 OF LITGHOUNITS .11 3.000 AVS-3 0.05 1.000 0.74 N1 AVS-3 0.000 MVS-2 N 0.04 1.03 1.50 10350 LEVEL VS-14PLAN .03 0.10 2. AT A PARTICULAR LEVEL 0.06 2.43 1.04 2.96 MVS-10 200.17 1.04 1.000 LV1 L350 200.000 0.06 9800 200.50 0 N2 200.69 10400 200.50 VS-17 9950 0.05 3.000 9800 LV1 200.04 10050 MVS-4 VS-32 0.05 2.000 1.00 1.11 2.23 N3 0.50 N3N 0.000 200.000 VS-4 VS-6/TBM 200.04 2.96 200.MINERALISED ZONE etc.50 AVS-2 10150 0.

051 119.35 0.35 4.69 0.50 0 13.50 1.45 18.095 140.50 1.071 5.75 5.50 0.10 67.96 0.90 1.00 255 .14 0.39 1.112 330.00 14.043 5.030 2.050 1.031 14.50 156.50 1.00 162.20 336.75 0.434 5.84 0.89 24.50 9.60 94.92 0.06 0.043 1.15 12.50 20.05 1.45 3.6 262.50 80.40 1.00 340.25 24.090 86.50 0.122 15.50 0.25 5.038 10.10 1 2.030 0.84 21.15 0.27 0.170 2.05 4 9 0.35 156.085 17.06 4 26.10 0.50 144.29 257.05 1.40 1.64 257.50 0.55 1.039 1.00 28.00 3.064 12.20 60.30 85.15 79.80 0.50 0.45 0.039 23.40 83.20 0.45 1.80 11.39 340.049 1.89 4.043 103.060 3.27 0.94 1.40 3.44 0.060 5.30 26.50 3.59 0.40 95 LONGITUDINAL VERTICAL SECTION MVS-14 MVS-10 5 LONGITUDINAL VERTICAL SECTION .051 221.042 2.04 0.51 0.50 0.92 0.038 2.00 1.75 2.40 2.80 219.23 0.50 160.145 13.20 1.48 0.50 0.75 2.84 26.085 13.120 17.60 35.051 85.110 7.62 0.70 0.50 0.50 145.060 7.MVS-8 MVS-6 VS-9 VS-6 AVS-1 AVS-4 VS-29 VS-5 VS-14 VS-34 MVS-1 MVS-3 VS-13A MVS-7 MVS-12 VS-4 MVS-5 MVS-2 VS-7 VS-3 VS-28 VS-32 MVS-4 MVS-13 VS-2 VS-8 AVS-3 VS-33 VS-1 VS-11 MVS-11 MVS-9 AVS-2 1.79 285.113 1.45 0.064 28.105 1.23 0.30 185.25 3.05 1.09 0.50 0.60 145.005 1.038 21.30 151.90 1.50 3.96 0.060 20.039 0.050 27.30 104.10 1.35 2.030 102.75 11.08 0.50 14.00 174.50 0.13 3.61 0.049 24.50 0.65 118.50 0.40 4.98 0.74 0.70 2.19 1.

0 x 7 3 / 9 8 0.0100 . 0 x 4 2 / 1 3 0.0 x 74 / 1 63. 0<x 8 1 / 0 1 0. 0 x 2 2 ( 4 )/ 6 1 0. 0 x 3 3 ( 18 ) / 0 1 0 .0. 0 <x 4 3 ( 28 )/ 8 70. / 30 X 0. 0 x 7 3 / 9 1 1. 0 x 7 2 / 6 1 0. 0 x 2 1 ( 08 18 28 38 )/ 6 5 2. 0 x 1 2 ( N. 0 x 2 3 / 5 8 0 .0900 Mo% > 0. 0 x 6 3 / 0 1 0.0300 . 0 <x 9 2 / 0 1 0 . 0 )/ 5 9 2. 0 x 4 2 / 0 1 0 . 0 x 1 4 / 9 8 0. 0 x 0 4 ( ) / 8 6 0 . 0 x 1 4 ( GRADE SAMPLED WIDTH GRADE Mo%% WIDTH 58 )(cm) / 2 2 0. 0 x 4 3 / 6 8 2 . 0 x 9 2 / 0 5 0 . 0 x 1 2 / 2 9 5. 0 27 37 )/ 2 2 0. 0 x 1 3 / 2 2 0.S. 0 x 0 5 / 3 0 1. 0 x 1 4 / 3 2 4. 0 x 2 4 / 6 4 2. 0 x 9 1 / 0 1 0. 0 x 8 3 / 7 6 1.S. 0 x 7 2 ( 58 ) / 8 6 1 .033 48 NOT / TRUE X GRADE / TRUE )/ 5 4 2. 0 x 3 2 ( NOT SAMPLED 38 48 ) / 9 5 2 . 0 x 1 2 ( )/ 3 8 3.0 x 52 / 5 84.0 x 13 / 0 41.0 x 53 / 8 20 47 )/ 3 1 0. )/ 9 8 3. 0 x 9 1 / 4 1 0. 0< 07 )/ 9 10.0 x 81 ( 2 08 2 0. 0 x 3 3 ( 1 1 GRADE % > 0. 0 x 8 2 / 8 1 1. 0 x 6 1 / 9 1 0. 0 x 7 3 / 4 3 0. 0 x 9 2 / 5 8 2. 0 <x 9 1 ( )/ 9 1 0. 0 x 4 5 / 9 2 4. 0 x 5 2 / 9 1 0 . )/ 6 91. 0 x 3 3 / 6 6 0 . 0 x 5 3 / 2 3 6 . 0 x 9 2 / 4 5 0. 0<x 1 2 / 8 1 0. 0 x 4 2 / 2 2 0. 0 x 9 2 / 4 2 0. 0 x 1 2 / 6 4 0 . 0 x 6 3 / 0 6 0. 0 x 5 2 ( 37 47 57 67 77 87 )/ 9 3 2. 0 x 7 3 / 0 1 0 . 0 x 1 3 / 8 3 3 . 0 x 7 2 / 6 1 0.0299 0.0. 0 x 7 3 / 6 2 0.86 96 )/ 0 1 0.0900 Mo% )/ 6 4 1.0 x 54 / 1 30. 0 x 8 2 / 5 7 0.0899 Mo% )/ 8 3 1. 0 x 1 4 / 5 1 0. 0 x 9 1 / 2 2 0. GRADE % 0. 0 x 9 2 / 2 0 1.X0 x 8 1 / 3 6 2. 0 x 1 4 / 5 9 1 . 0 x 0 4 / 0 4 0. 0 x 0 2 / 2 2 0 .0 x 23 / 7 03. 0 x 6 3 / 0 9 0. 0 x 8 2 / 7 4 2.0 x 41 / 9 20 N.0899 GRADE % 97 Mo% ) / 2 2 0 . 0 x 9 1 / 8 1 0. 0 x 2 2 ( INDEX: )/ 9 30. 0 <x 1 4 ( 21 CHANNEL NO )/ 4 51. 0 x 5 3 / 6 1 0. 0 x 6 1 ( )/ 1 3 1. 0<x 8 1 ( ) / 0 1 0 . 0 x 3 5 / 8 3 1. 0 x 9 1 / 9 1 2. 0<x 6 2 / 2 2 0. 0 x 1 3 / 9 4 4. 0 x 8 2 ( M (cm) GRADE % . 0 x 9 1 / 9 5 0 .0 x 17 )/ 1 3 0. 0 x 7 3 / 2 6 1 .0100 Mo% 3 77 Mo% )/ 9 10.0299 Mo% 67 3 )/ 0 6 4.0100 Mo% GRADE % < 0. 0 x 8 1 / 6 3 1 . 0 x 9 2 / 0 2 0. 0 x 8 1 / 0 1 0 . 0 x 3 1 ( 57 < 0. 0 <x 9 1 / 0 1 0 . 0 x 0 4 / 6 1 0 . 0 x 1 3 / 5 2 4 )/ 9 2 0. 0 MINE – ASSAY PLAN 96 07 17 27 ) / 5 2 0 . 0 x 3 2 / 3 2 0 .0300 . 0 x 7 3 / 5 2 1. 0 x 6 2 / 9 7 0. 0 x 9 1 / 1 5 1 .033 / 21 X 0.0 x 44 / 5 20.0 x 41 / 4 30.0100 . 0 <x 1 2 ( 87 97 )/ 0 2 0.0 x 63 / 4 61. 0 x 1 3 / 8 4 6. 0 x 8 2 / 0 6 0.0 x 04 / 5 01.0. 0 x 2 1 / 3 5 1 . 0 x 5 3 / 9 1 0. 0 x 6 1 / 0 0 3.0. 0 x 8 2 / 0 1 0 .0 x 41 / 3 22. 0 x 2 2 / 2 4 2 . 0 <x 2 3 / 6 1 0. 0 x 4 2 / 3 2 )/ 8 3 1.0 x 23 ( ) / 7 4 1 . 0 x 0 4 / 2 1 0. 0 x 2 2 / 0 3 0 . 0 x 6 2 / 6 3 0. 0 x 7 3 / 4 7 0. 0 x 3 3 / 8 8 0 . 0 x 1 5 ( )/ 0 1 0.

116 84 81 83 83 82 82 81 80 81 81 80 80 79 79 80 79 79 78 78 77 77 76 78 78 77 77 76 76 75 75 76 75 75 74 74 73 74 74 73 73 73 72 72 71 71 71 70 70 70 INDEX: 72 72 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 11.65 X 155 X 0.0900 %GRADE Mo % 46 45 44 43 39 46 46 42 2 47 45 44 49 48 47 45 50 49 48 47 1 55 54 52 40 39 GRADE WIDTH(Cm) X Mo % % 66 65 63 18 X167 X 0.0899 % Mo % .03 .070 49 – 66 53 50 68 Ch 67 66 52 51 69 68 55 55 69 67 66 15.03 GRADE % N 1 1 85 85 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 85 84 84 83 85 85 84 84 83 82 82 26. MSW & 0.4 X150 X POOR VALUES 71 69 68 59 58 57 56 54 65 65 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 64 64 ZONE 64 63 67 65 – GRADE STRIKE LENGTH ( m) X WIDTH (Cm) X GRADE (Mo %)% 64 63 62 63 62 61 61 60 60 59 58 62 62 61 61 60 59 60 3 59 58 57 3 <0.5 X162 X 0.0900 % Mo > 0.0299 % GRADE Mo % % 59 58 57 58 57 56 57 56 56 56 55 55 54 54 53 53 51 52 51 50 50 1 1 0.AVERAGE ASSAY PLAN OF LEVEL DRIVE – NORTH & SOUTH (F / W – ZONE) ZONAL AVERAGES ON 150 cm.116 60 70 68 67 61 71 70 69 44 43 42 41 40 1 .0.0299 Mo <0.03 0.0.0899 %GRADE Mo 54 53 53 52 52 51 51 50 49 49 48 46 44 43 43 42 41 42 41 40 41 40 39 40 2 48 47 45 21 CHANNEL NO > 0.

00 Poor Values Poor Values 10x156x0.05 CLOSED AT 36.L.C.09 350 26.03 .L.5x162x0.65x155x0.N R.B.09 LONGITUDINAL VERTICAL SECTION ( F / W MINERALISATION ) . 401.0.40xPoor Values 22x150xPoor Values 320 320 B MINE POSSIBLE D 300 300 290 290 INDEX : POOR VALUES VELAMPATTI SOUTH BLOCK VALUES BETWEEN 0.01 .L.07 Grade % Mo% VALUES >900 PPM Mo OVER 150 cm MSW A. 36.116 18x167x0.00 m. (m) 410 410 INCLINE SHAFT R.0.07 26x156x0.09 15. CLOSED AT 142. (m) R.03 Grade % Mo% VALUES BETWEEN 0.116 11. ORE RESERVE PANELS NOTE : (STRIKE LENGTH) X WIDTH X GRADE % Mo 26 (m) x 156 (cm) x 0.566 SURFACE 400 400 BACK OF MINE 370 TEST DRIVE SOUTH TEST DRIVE NORTH (TDN) A MINE PROBABLE (1) (2) ( TDS ) 350 370 C (3) 50 m.

SEMI .VARIOGRAM .

ISO .GRADE PLAN .

TERRAIN MODEL .

7 37.2 17.9 28.4 2.8 32.0 14.5 6.5 37.5 5.3 7.3 29.7 14.2 1.6 39.4 31.3 30.5 29.3 27.3 9.5 28.0 28.8 37.7 30.1 28.5 24.6 26.3 36.3 28.0 27.0 10.4 31.9 28.9 37.5 27.8 37.4 26.2 38.9 12.3 29.0 3.7 43.0 27.8 29.5 30.0 10.4 28.5 1. 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 120 27.4 33.8 26.7 29.3 11.3 28.2 28.6 35.9 42.8 28.5 26.6 10.0 1.8 5.0 9.5 29.1 14.2 10.1 2.6 7.1 42.1 2.1 4.0 32.1 1.5 37.0 36.0 38.5 36.7 28.7 5.1 39.4 18.5 38.7 38.3 40.8 4.7 36.5 10.1 9.2 13.2 1.8 28.0 9.0 30.9 38.2 27.6 8.5 29.3 28.8 27.9 28.6 41.5 11.8 40.3 3.1 1.8 29.1 29.9 7.1 27.9 28.7 30.9 34.9 26.0 6.8 4.6 37.9 29.3 30.4 32.0 10028.5 31.2 40.8 30.4 30.6 28.6 5.0 27.5 37.4 40.5 32.2 15.9 10.0 7.3 11.1 27.4 39.9 8.6 9.7 35.4 31.6 28.6 35.7 4.9 30.1 12.5 28.4 29.8 30.7 10.8 • CLASSIFICATION OF GRADE VALUES IN 100 THCK 80 18 17 16 15 60 14 12 10 40 9 8 7 6 20 5 4 3 2 0 DIFFERENT RANGES .0 25.1 29.6 32.3 35.6 29.1 26.6 32.4 5.5 30.7 10.3 23.5 32.9 38.0 4.0 27.8 7.0 5.4 30.5 28.6 8.2 6.3 9.6 33.3 26.2 29.1 9.7 36.6 41.3 28.9 32.4 29.1 43.1 30.9 30.0 3.0 37.5 2.2 29.0 3.2 2.1 42.0 34.2 40.2 9.1 5.0 6.0 31.1 37.7 32.8 7.7 42.3 42.5 40.2 2.7 24.4 28.1 43.3 15.6 29.0 11.8 14.3 29.6 28.8 33.0 34.1 35.8 37.0 31.9 37.6 1.4 29.8 9.7 12.5 39.0 12025.7 2.9 37.6 42.9 38.5 4.2 29.6 10.4 39.6 29.4 0.7 8.2 37.3 30.7 29.3 34.4 40.0 8.4 13 31.5 7.3 30.6 1.9 41.6 17.2 26.8 27.3 30.9 36.9 26.9 36.2 27.4 42.9 8.9 8.0 29.8 18.1 29.8 43.9 38.5 32.4 8.0 38.5 30.0 13.5 36.5 13.7 4.7 6.3 8.5 31.4 3.5 40.0 10.8 10.5 36.4 16.9 38.3 29.4 39.9 40.0 26.0 36.2 11.4 41.4 40.9 11 33.7 6.4 33.3 1.3 30.9 2.4 41.3 14023.7 36.4 28.9 1.9 29.0 39.1 22.2 28.1 31.8 30.5 6.8 3.5 4.9 29.9 30.2 41.7 31.6 1.5 7.2 7.6 10.4 28.5 26.6 24.1 27.3 14.4 32.5 6.8 22.9 11.3 33.2 32.9 30.2 32.6 43.9 30.8 39.6 30.8 13.9 31.2 30.2 29.6 28.8 31.3 30.6 27.4 4.1 8.6 40.6 40.0 27.9 37.4 9.7 37.8 39.1 26.9 27.9 9.7 0.9 6.0 37.5 40.8 33.2 26.1 8.8 6.5 27.7 3.2 35.5 26.6 38.7 3.4 30.4 29.7 28.0 39.5 9.0 1.5 12.3 30.4 31.2 30.1 30.3 40.6 35.9 60 31.4 34.9 5.5 41.5 30.2 35.5 37.7 33.0 38.5 31.1 30.3 41.5 33.0 28.2 28.8 29.3 35.1 28.5 33.4 40.8 28.7 27.6 25.6 16021.0 8.0 39.0 30.0 31.3 4.4 33.0 2.7 27.3 34.4 7.4 29.7 5.5 2.1 2.4 28.9 1.5 9.7 16.5 4.3 1.0 30.6 29.4 5.8 80 30.6 6.7 39.0 8.SLICE PLAN OF THE GRID MODEL .0 6.3 1.

APPROACH TO PREPARE 3D-MODEL LODES AT TWO DIFFERENT LEVEL CONNECTION OF LODES AT 350mRL LODES AT 300mRL WITH 25m CORRIDOR .

3-D STITCHED SOLID MODEL MODEL OF MODEL SHEAR OF SHEAR OFZONES LODES ZONES WITH WITHINLODES STITCHED & MINE-WORKING SHEAR ZONE .

EAST(X) NOR T H(Y ) ELEV(Z) ZOOMED 3D VIEW OF MINE DEVELOPMENT AT A LEVEL ALONGWITH ORE LENSES (AS PROJECTED FROM DRILLING DATA) ORE LENSES AT ONE LEVEL FAULT PLANE F / W MINE DEVELOPMENT MAIN EAS ORE LENSES AT SECOND LEVEL T X-CUT H / W MINE DEVELOPMENT .

6 .GRADE MODEL OF MINERALIZED ZONE GRADE –1 GRADE – 2 GRADE – 3 GRADE – 4 GRADE – 5 GRADE .

3-D VIEW OF HORIZONS TOPO GRAP H Y SAND Y HO RIZO N SAAN DY H ORIZ ON CLAY LIGNIT HOR IZON E HO RIZON .

DISPOSITION OF LIGNITE SEAMS .

269 26202166.275 .000 2.000 2.000 2.203 2742069.003 3549096.436 337701.872 675403.807 11181382.000 2.482 3669325.323 1557048.SECTION WISE RESERVES "PLANE "S-1 "S-10 "S-11 "S-2 "S-3 "S-4 "S-5 "S-6 "S-7 "S-8 "S-9 VOLUME " " " " " " " " " " " 361378.000 2.638 DENSITY 2.964 7338650.069 882629.406 5484138.830 1559719.000 2.000 2.002 1774548.180 940707.635 13101083.360 1881414.661 3119438.646 3114097.000 2.403 5590691.137 1765259.000 2.000 2.000 TONNAGE" 722756.

TABLE SHOWING LEVEL .WISE TOTAL RESERVES & GRADE .

3-D MODELS LOWER SEAM UPPER SEAM COAL DEPOSIT BAUXITE DEPOSIT WEATHERED ZONE ELEV (Z) TOPOGRAPHY EAST(X) NORTH(Y) BOREHOLES LODE-IB LODE-IA GOLD DEPOSIT LODE-IIA LODE-IIB COPPER DEPOSIT LODE-IIIA LODE-IIIB .

INTERPRETED SECTION FROM THE MODEL INTERPRETED LEVEL PLAN AT A LEVEL FROM THE MODEL .

D ORE BODY MODELLING  3-D VISUALISATION OF ORE BODY  RAPID DATA ANALYSIS FOR PLANNING AND DECISION MAKING  DIRECT USAGE OTHE DATA FOR MINE PLANNING & DESIGN  TO DECIDE THE EXCAVATION METHOD TO WIN THE ORE  QUALITY CONTROL FOR DAY TO DAY MINING ACTIVITY  TO ASSESS THE ECONOMIC VIABILITY OF THE DEPOSIT  PLANNING OF FUTURE EXPLORATION PROGRAMME .BENEFITS OF 3 .

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