Hole States and Tags Calculation Logic

actual_comment

Hole actual has a comment attached: True

Hole actual has no comment attached: False

dipped

Hole has actual length > 0 : True

Hole has actual length = 0 : False

Hole has no actual length : False

not_drilled

Hole has actual length 0 : True

Hole has actual length not equal to 0 : False

Hole has no actual length : false

drilling_designed

if hole has design length and diameter, then 'drilling_designed' True

* * this should also check x, y as well?

loading_designed

if hole has any design decks density != 0 'loading_designed' True

backfill_loaded

Hole has an actual deck '0' with product and actual horizon or weight : True

Else: False

explosives_loading_partial

A hole is explosives_loading_complete 'false' and has at least 1 actual deck (not backfill '0') with product with density not 0 (not air or stemming) and horizon or weight: True

Else : False

explosives_loading_complete

BlastIQ Systems use information about the loading design for a hole and the actual loading recorded for a hole to determine if loading is complete. The evaluation process is designed to provide the most accurate indication of loading status possible, this includes if there is no loading design for the hole or if the loading varies from the design.

The tag to indicate that loading is complete is explosives_loading_complete (ELC in the diagram below)

When loading deviates from the design, BlastIQ calculates the Scaled Depth of Burial (SDB) for the uppermost deck and uses that to estimate if the loading is in a normal range for a completed blast hole.

The following flowchart shows the logic applied to determine if the hole is fully loaded, Exit = false.

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stemmed

A hole has a deck with '0' density that has actual horizon of '0': True

product_unavailable

A hole has an actual deck or adjusted design deck with a product not present for the site: True

Else: False

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