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Research on surveying technology applied for DTM modelling and volume computation in open pit mines

 
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Wroclaw University of Technology, Faculty of Geoengineering, Mining and Geology, Wroclaw, Poland
Mining Science 2015;22:75–83
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The spatial information systems of mining company can be used for monitoring of mining activity, excavation planning, calculations of the ore volume and decision making. Nowadays, data base has to be updated by sources such as surveying positioning technologies and remote sensed photogrammetry data. The presented paper contains review of the methodology for the digital terrain model, i.e. DTM, modelling and obtaining data from surveying technologies in an open pit mine or quarry. This paper reviews the application of GPS, total station measurements, and ground photogrammetry for the volume accuracy assessment of a selected object. The testing field was situated in Belchatow lignite open pit mine. A suitable object had been selected. The testing layer of coal seam was located at 8’th pit sidewall excavation area. The data were acquired two times within one month period and it was connected with monthly DTM actualization of excavation. This paper presents the technological process and the results of the research of using digital photogrammetry for opencast mining purposes in the scope of numerical volume computation and monitoring the mines by comparison of different sources. The results shows that the presented workflow allow to build DTM manually and remote sensed and the accuracy assessment was presented by the volume computation pathway. Major advantages of the techniques are presented illustrating how a terrestrial photogrammetry techniques provide rapid spatial measurements of breaklines 3D data utilized to volume calculation.
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:
Jaroslaw Wajs   
Wroclaw University of Technology, Faculty of Geoengineering, Mining and Geology, Wroclaw, Poland, Wybrzeze Wyspianskiego 27, 50-421 Wroclaw, Polska
 
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