Subject: Friend - This is what you will learn in the ADVANCED RecMin course...



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Perhaps, you are ASKING:

If I invest in enrolling in the RecMin Advanced course ...

What Will I Learn Exactly?

Well, here I will answer you right now...

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Remember before, this will add value to your professional profile. Apart from that there is also a CERTIFICATION that will guarantee you as a certified RecMin user and this can be validated publicly on the RecMin website.

Ahhh and also let me tell you that the moment you enroll or enroll, you will receive a CONSTANCE o ACCREDITATION that would give FE that you are currently studying or learning to use the RecMin.

This in case a company asks you to know RecMin, to apply for a vacancy.

Then, I comment: you have 4 options, regardless if you are a professional or a student, more depending on whether you are a Geologist, Mining Engineer or Mine Surveyor.

1. Recommended Option for Geologists...
  • Complete SPECIALIZATION in Database Management of exploration drilling with RecMin, Geological modeling, Block model and estimation of resources and mineral reserves with RecMin (includes 4 modules)
2. Recommended Option for Mine Engines...
  • Complete SPECIALIZATION in Topography and mining design both underground and surface with RecMin. (Includes 5 modules)
3. Recommended Option for Mine Surveyors...
  • SPECIALIZATION in Underground Mining Topography and Surface Mining Topography with RecMin. (Includes 3 modules)
4. OPTION Recommended for evaluating tabular, vetiform mineralized structures, mantle type or layer type, where the blocks do not solve the problem.
  • SPECIALIZATION in "Application of the Pentahedral Method" to evaluate tabular bodies mantle type, Dr. César Castañón Fernández. (Includes 3 modules)
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Next I will describe the content of each specialization to detail, so that you keep in mind that exactly you will learn if you enroll right now:

1. Specialization in: Geological modeling and estimation of resources and mineral reserves with RecMin. (Includes 4 modules)

Where will you learn to:

MODULE I: Introduction to RecMin.

  • How to configure windows seven, eight and 10, so the RecMin works without problems
  • How to download and install the new RecMin installer on your computer so that you then get the best out of it.
  • How to adjust and update the RecMin with the latest versions or beta versions so that you can use the latest algorithms developed by Dr. César Castañón
  • How to start the RecMin for the first time and configure your user, so that nobody manipulates the database and / or you can work in Network with the other engineers in the project.
  • How to install the new 3D Viewers to be able to see 3D objects in better quality and forget about the print or image captures, for works as serious as those of a mining project.
  • How to create a project and connect the Database and files between Business computers or other computers.
  • You will know the hierarchy and the types of files and formats with which RecMin works.
  • How to save the different types of files in the working folder of RecMin, like saving scenes or files of security, so as not to take risks with the information.
  • You will easily learn to identify the menu bar and buttons to draw, edit lines, surfaces, triangles, etc.
  • How to draw, move, cut, measure, delete, add, remove, modify the vertices of lines and surfaces.
  • You will learn how to copy and move a line or a surface easily.
  • How to import and export files in DXF format, to exchange it with other mining software like Vulcan, Minesight, AutoCAD, Surpac, etc.
  • How to cut and join layers of surfaces, Triangles, Lines to simplify the list of objects.
  • How to annotate and annotate the objects and you can take that information, so that the understanding of the impressions is easier.
  • How to view and save your 3D work and send those dynamic 3D views to your boss or colleagues, instead of sending screenshots.
  • How to use the new tree or list of objects that makes it easy to control objects and layers and manage information much better than AutoCAD.
  • How to measure the length of a line, polyline or section and its orientation, as well as the perimeter and area of ​​a polygon and obtain a report of that information, (ideal for the design of galleries and chimneys).
  • How to draw a line with direction, slope, length from a reference point. great! To define axes of galleries.
  • How to print or plot your work done in RecMin, taking into account scale, print order, logo of your company, etc. And you can attach your work to your reports.

MODULE II: Exploration Surveys and Database Management.

  • How to prepare a Mineral Resources modeling and estimation project at RecMin.
  • How to import the topography of your mining project, from there to manage the drilling campaign.
  • How to Smooth Curves with RecMin
  • How to triangulate or "mesh" the contours and calculate the actual area of ​​your project.
  • How to extract the contours from Google Earth with RecMin
  • How to represent surface geology in RecMin from terrain data obtained with GPS or polygons drawn in GIS.
  • How to make sections and / or plottear cuts or profiles with RecMin.
  • How to plan scanning probes in sections, in mesh or one by one very easily.
  • You will learn to plan guided drilling, which is what is being used today.
  • How to import your mesh of planned probes you have in excel designed other software.
  • You will learn to import databases of complete diamond drilling campaigns with data from various tables: Header, Survey, Assay, RQD, Litology, Alteration, Faults, etc.)
  • I will teach you how to prepare the Excel information of the drill data so you can import it into RecMin.
  • How to edit and configure the fields, tables, color legends, etc. in RecMin, to be able to graphically represent the drilling information.
  • You can "validate" and detect errors in the database, and then correct them (Example: cross-intervals, distances poorly edited, areas without data, etc.).
  • How to display the information of the probes and visualize the different graphical attributes in 3D.
  • How to view the fault planes of the logged drill bits.
  • How to easily identify samples with atypical, high or outliers values ​​and edit or verify them.
  • How to import sample (x, y, and z) points, search, pits, etc. And display them in 3D RecMin
  • How to perform isovalórica interpolation from superficial sampling points.
  • Import probes with zones or intersection of Vines to RecMin.
  • How to display the grain intervals in each drill in the drawing module and how to group drill data into easily defined zones with the mouse.

- MODULE III: Exploratory Study and Geological Modeling

  • Learn how to "compute" composites and separate them by geological domain with RecMin mining software and know how to export those values ​​to an excel sheet or GSLIB format and then import them into the SGeMS software.
  • Learn to use SGeMS software (free software) to perform an exploratory or statistical study of the composites of the drill specimens calculated in RecMin
  • Learn to make sections, cut and digitize polygons or draw geological profiles in sequence.
  • How to upload scanned images or geological profiles and digitize them into polygons and then draw the 3D solid in RecMin.
  • How to draw from the drawn sections the solid 3D final or wireframe structure that will represent the veined or explored mineral body in a very friendly way that you will love as a modeling geologist.
  • How to adjust the solids that converge with the topography to obtain a more precise volume and do not overestimate the volume.
  • How to model geological trouser cases with RecMin.
  • How to calculate the volume of modeled 3D solids and get a calculation report to verify it in an Excel sheet.
  • How to model vein-like structures with RecMin easily.
  • How to model narrow veins from channel sampling in galleries and chimneys and to estimate or categorize tajeos with classic or conventional methods.
  • Etc.

MODULE IV: Model Management of Blocks and Estimation of Laws.

  • How to determine the limits or dimensions of a block model for the study site.
  • How to create, edit a table or block model and add all the necessary variables in the project evaluation.
  • How to add tables of different sizes to the same database and how to add more blocks to an already created table.
  • How to remove blocks above the surface, how to cut blocks using a line and how to do sections of blocks.
  • You will learn to restrict or flare blocks based on a solid or 3D wireframe that represents a type of rock, alteration, geology, domain, to obtain a better estimate of the results.
  • How to assign the type of rock, domain or geology to the blocks and in turn the value of the weight according to the data of densities that have been sampled.
  • Learn to export and import a configured block model from RecMin to SGeMS "Easily" to estimate the laws using geostatistical algorithms like Ordinary Kriging.
  • Learn how to calculate and model a variogram using SGeMS software using composite data
  • Learn how to interpolate or estimate the block laws with the Inverse of distance in RecMin considering the anisotropy parameters obtained from the variographic study in SGeMS or other geostatistical software and defining categories of reliability.
  • You will also learn how to estimate the laws of blocks using the Ordinary Kriging algorithm in SGeMS software.
  • Then you will learn ways to categorize the results of the blocks estimation into: "MEASURED", "INDICATED" and "INFERED" Resources.
  • How to visualize the results of the estimation in RecMin using the SQL, and obtain indicators so that you can draw your curve Tonnage vs law.
  • How to assign or update the values ​​of the variables or fields of the block model, to evaluate it economically.
  • How to pass information between tables of blocks of different sizes, ideal for updating resource blocks with Ore control control blocks.
  • How to update the values ​​of the variables of the blocks (even with mathematical operators).
  • How to get dynamic information from a group of blocks.
  • How to get reports or excel reports from RecMin blocks.
  • How to plot your results and get reports on the estimated blocks.
  • Etc.

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2. SPECIALIZATION in topography and design of both surface and underground mining with RecMin. (Includes 5 modules).

Where will you learn

- MODULE I: Introduction to RecMin

  • EQUAL to the module Introduction to RecMin geology specialization.

- MODULE VII: Underground Mining Topography Management with RecMin

  • Learn to import underground topographical break lines from galleries, fireplaces, etc. (Lines: Roof, Floor, Right Left)
  • How to import the underground topography into * .DXF files when you already have an advance in another software and want to load it to RecMin to model the information in 3D.
  • How to calculate the volume of a gallery or chimney by the 2 methods offered by the RecMin.
  • How to import the topography of galleries, chimneys, when the topographic survey has been made by the ring method.
  • How to import tape and compass surveys to RecMin and then draw the different galleries. Ideal for small conventional mining.
  • How to draw gallery templates including gutters or drains.
  • How to draw a ventilation sleeve, wooden frames, etc., inside a gallery.
  • How to Update the Mine Topography. Ideal for daily, weekly, monthly, etc.
  • How to calculate a widening volume of galleries.
  • Etc.
- MODULE VIII: Basic Design of Underground Mining

  • How to create a Block Model in RecMin, to define the minable reserves and make the design.
  • How to import an Estimated Block Model from another Software to RecMin.
  • How to add more variables or fields to the block model for better information management.
  • How to group the economically exploitable blocks, taking into account a Law of Cut or cut-of law to design their extraction.
  • How to update information for a variable or field in the block model.
  • How to design the recess or exploitation tajeos from the economic grouping of blocks.
  • How to calculate the volume of overexploitation and spreading.
  • How to calculate the final diluted law for each recess.
  • How to calculate an Equivalent Law for blocks.
  • How to extract the information from the blocks in excel reports to perform the planning or programming of mine.
  • How to design galleries, recess and chimney shafts.
  • How to design access ramps to access the mine interior in Zig-Zag or Spiral form.
  • How to draw galleries and fireplaces from a pre-designed section or template
  • How to draw section templates for galleries and fireplaces
  • How to cut a gallery or ramp.
  • How to insert a water runoff into the design of your gallery
  • How to represent in your design a ventilation sleeve or electrical cables
  • Etc.

- MODULE VI: Surface Mine Topographic Management with RecMin

  • Learn to import topographic (X, Y, Z) points that are in excel of a natural terrain and that have been lifted by theodolite, total station, GPS to the RecMin.
  • And how to obtain contour lines or isolines from these imported points.
  • Learn to import cutting lines and quarries in surface mining (Toe, Crest, Ramp, etc.)
  • Also how to cut, edit and adjust a topographic surface.
  • How to convert contour lines, blades, dumps, etc. In KML files to view in Google Earth.
  • Also import and export surfaces in * .DXF, so you can import them into other software.
  • Digitize that surface in triangles or meshes for a more real 3D visualization of the topography of your project
  • Have sections or cuts to topographic surfaces
  • Calculates actual areas of surfaces and area of ​​polygons
  • Like knowing in a plant view of where to where the water runs on a topographic surface easily.
  • How to make the top-level areas of the topography (risk) and which are not.
  • How to calculate the volume between surfaces by the Grid Method.
  • How to calculate the volume between surfaces by the method of the sections (ideal to support in audits)
  • How to calculate the volume of broken material in a blasting and not get into trouble at the time of payment for truck travel between the contractor and the client company.
  • Learn how to update the topography of the mine progress, whether daily, weekly, monthly, etc.
  • How to present in 3D a satellite image coupled to the topography of the terrain with the RecMin 3D Viewer.
- MODULE IX: Basic Layout of Surface Mine

  • How to Create a Block Model in RecMin
  • How to Import a Block Model from Other Software to RecMin
  • How to add fields or variables to a block model.
  • How to calculate and assign a law equivalent to the block model.
  • How to apply the RecMin Floating Cone algorithm to an estimated block model.
  • How to design a PIT, Cut, Tajo or Rajo with RecMin
  • How to design a PIT with ramp or access track for the transport of mining trucks.
  • How to Design a Dump or Dump
  • How to design a PIT taking into account the different slope angles by level, by sectors or rosettes.
  • How to link the PIT design to the initial topography of the project.
  • How to calculate the volume to be exploded from your PIT design.
  • How to design a PIT according to a model of economic blocks, grouped by the floating cone of RecMin or another algorithm of optimization.
  • How to design a ROAD or road for mine trucks that connects the pit with the plant or dump
  • Tips to take advantage of the RecMin for exploitation and evaluation of quarries of nonmetallic minerals.
  • ETC.
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3. SPECIALIZATION in Topography of Underground Mining and Topography of Surface Mining with RecMin. (Includes 3 modules).

Where will you learn to:

  • MODULE I: Introduction to RecMin
  • MODULE VII: Underground Mining Topography Management with RecMin
  • MODULE VI: Surface Mine Topographic Management with RecMin
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4. SPECIALIZATION in "Application of the Pentahedral Method" of Dr. César Castañón Fernández. (Includes 3 modules)

- MODULE I: Introduction to RecMin

- MODULE V1: 
Interpretation and drawing of the base mineral layer

  • Presentation and Information of the Pentaédrico Method.
  • Database recognition and RecMin configuration before importing polling data.
  • How to import probes with zone tables.
  • How to graphically display imported polls and Identify Zones.
  • How to define the Mineralized Zones, from the Drawing Module graphically.
  • How to draw the layer or surface in the center of the Intersections.
  • How to triangulate the Layer from lines drawn in the centers of Intersections.
  • How to generate the calculation T3, for Pentaedros
  • How to define the mineral zones according to the average law or Cut-Off.

- MODULE V2: 
Calculation of intersections and estimation of pentahedral
  • How to calculate geological, minimum and mining intersections.
  • How to assign or calculate an equivalent law in RecMin.
  • How to correct probes that do not cut the mineral layer in the calculation.
  • How to calculate and prepare the composites or intersections to define the variogram.
  • How to analyze geostatically samples of the area.
  • How to do an exploratory study of Data with SGeMS.
  • How to define anisotropy orientation, to estimate pentahedra.
  • How to calculate Intersections and estimate pentahedra in RecMin.
  • How to finally visualize the estimated pentahedrons in RecMin.
  • Find out about the proposal to adapt the Pentahedral Method to Sampling through channels in galleries, for narrow veins.
  • How to model vetiform narrow veins from samples in galleries.
  • Know what information you need from gallery sampling to be able to adapt the pentahedral method to narrow veins for modeling with RecMin.
  • How to Obtain Information from Simulated Polls from Galleries Channel Samples.
  • How to generate simulated sounding tables from channel sampling.
  • How to import data from simulated polls to RecMin.
  • How to display the simulated probes in RecMin and identify the power of the VETA.
  • How to apply the pentahedral method to the modeled information.

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