Comprehensive 3D Workbench
is a comprehensive 3D workbench for modelling and visualisation of
complex geological events and geophysical simulation of magnetic and
Visualise Results in 3D
any sequence of folding, faulting and intrusion to an initial model and
visualise the results in 3D. Modify any of the geological events to
determine the impact on the final geological view. Simulate the
magnetic and gravity responses.
Unravel Geological History
Compare your responses to geophysical surveys to help
unravel a complex geological history.
models are built from a sequence of geological events that include
folding, faulting, unconformities, shear zones, dykes, plugs,
homogeneous strains and tilts.
These events are applied sequentially
to a layered stratigraphy to simulate possible earth processes that
could explain current geological settings.
Properties assigned to
the original layers are propagated through the model volume to provide
a framework for simulation of the magnetic and gravity response of the
makes visualisation of complex structural models a simple and rewarding
task. Build block models, voxel views, maps, sections, geological
surfaces, boreholes, stereographic projections, topography and
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geological events are applied
an initial stratigraphic sequence. The
can be applied in any order to
a complex geological model.
magnetic and gravity response of your geological model can be computed
no matter how complex. This is achieved by summation of the individual
contributions of each volume
element (voxel) in the 3D model.
Generate synthetic airborne surveys along pre-determined flight paths
or build images of the magnetic and gravity responses. Compute the
first and second vertical derivatives of your potential fi eld models.
Three methods of magnetic and gravity computation are available in
can be computed for barometric, draped and borehole surveys with
computation of the total field and X,Y, Z components.
your computations as images and contour displays or export them for
visualization in your mapping or image processing system. External
information can be introduced into the event sequence as unconformity
surfaces and block models.
You can use the borehole option to
generate physical property and lithology models at intervals down the
hole. Noddy also computes the fi eld response in a borehole.
voxel has a series of associated properties that include, lithology,
alteration, anisotropic magnetic susceptibility, remanence and density.
Alteration events can modify the existing properties or replace
existing values depending upon the alteration style.
Intrusive events can have a replacement halo that changes the magnetic
properties surrounding the intrusion.
diverse range of presentations
you to comprehend complex
events and gain unique
into structural processes. Not
can you see a map view of the
you can see a 3D block model
the magnetic or gravity response.
and strike symbols