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Recent Project History

  1. 1. PURPOSE:<br />This model is a small part of a large mining study in Brazil. This model was incorporated into the whole mine site model for a client presentation. This was a concept for a alternative materials handling conveyor.<br /> <br />PRESENTATION:<br />When all the individual (topographical, mechanical and structures) models are assembled into an overall site model, screen captures, videos and walkthroughs can be extracted to demonstrate to the client the alternative arrangement. The model is used as a tool to discuss the pros and cons, such as maintenance access, interface with other plant and equipment, cut fill volumes, conveyor profile and preliminary estimating. <br />VALE IRON ORE MINE STUDY, BRAZIL– 4.5km CONVEYOR 3D MODELBYRON CORMACK– BENTLEY PROSTEELDrafting time – 2 weeksPart of deliverable set – No (client presentation / alternative study)<br />Longsection<br />
  2. 2. Looking from the Tail end down the Conveyor<br />
  3. 3. Head End<br />
  4. 4. Head end - Components<br />
  5. 5. Head end - Components<br />
  6. 6. Tail End<br />
  7. 7. Tail end - Components<br />
  8. 8. Trestles<br />
  9. 9. General- Components<br />
  10. 10. PURPOSE:<br />The project involved upgrading and strengthening an existing bridge, originally built in 1858 to allow for the duplication of lines. New cross girders and precast deck was required, with a new access walkway slung from the underside of girders.<br /> <br />PRESENTATION:<br />This model is the base drawing and is “xrefed” into the deliverable drawings for issue. <br />PORT OF GEELONG RAIL UPGRADE, GEELONG– 400m RAIL BRIDGE 3D MODELBYRON CORMACK– BENTLEY PROSTEELDrafting time – 2 MonthsPart of deliverable set – Yes (model live linked to drawing deliverables)<br />

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