From interpreted data from one or more Geosuite projects, it is easy to build subsurface models. The basis for triangulating the model is retrieved automatically from relevant objects containing the specific attribute data, such as for rock or clay.
To facilitate the use of data from Geosuite a number of templates have been developed for the most common types of models: rock, frictional soil, clay, etc.
Here are examples of templates (Swedish):
Create a Subsurface Model
Here are the steps to create a subsurface from Geosuite data. Refer to the article about importing data into the model.
Activate the panel “Modeling”.
Choose a suitable template - “Berg” (Rock“ in this example).
Give the activity a suitable name and placement in the process tree.
By choosing the template, “Berg” (Rock) in this example, an object, and attribute filtering is activated to only pick objects with relevant attribute data (=rock). This can be seen from the Object filter dialog:
The dialog is showing that we have 247 objects containing information about “Berg” (Rock) out of a total of 1 145 objects containing interpretations of any kind.
5. Execute the creation of the subsurface model by selecting “Finish”.
6. The model should now be visible in the process explorer:
7. In the Explorer - Right-click the newly created model and choose to view it in a 3D View - by choosing the Drawing Rule “GeoInterpretation” it shows as a red-colored surface:
8. And by showing both the boreholes and the resulting TIN we see...