Tailings+

Muk3D|Tailings+ is the world’s fastest, most versatile conceptual design and detailed planning software made specifically for tailings. With traditional tools like spreadsheet models, CAD and mine design packages, scheduling and volumetric modeling of tailings areas can be a very painful experience, often producing oversimplified solutions and typically requiring substantial time to get results. Muk3D|Tailings+ provides the very best modelling and tailings solutions possible, including a comprehensive toolkit for modelling a wide range of tailings facilities, both dry and with water.

Comprehensive tailings solutions in minutes, not weeks

Develop conceptual designs for a tailings storage facility quickly, providing for near real-time evaluation of different options, locations and tailings disposal technologies from a volumetric viewpoint. Rapidly establish short or long-range tailings plans in unprecedentedly fast turnaround times, providing consultants and operators with the opportunity to explore alternatives during meetings instead of producing models that are out-of-date by the time they are finished.

Comprehensive tailings solutions in minutes, not weeks

Seamless processes in an intuitive, simple to use platform

Muk3D|Tailings+ makes all your projects simple to complete. Seamlessly complement your existing workflows by easily importing data from other software packages. Do a quick design or calculation and export the results back into your preferred detail design tool, or build dynamic models that allow for interactive design and sizing. Use templates to shorten processes and simplify tasks using workspace customisation to show only the commands needed for the task at hand. All with full help sections, tutorials, training and support.

Powerful tools designed specifically for tailings

Instead of using cumbersome tools like spreadsheet models, CAD and mine design packages, take advantage of the most comprehensive and fastest available modelling tools designed specifically for tailings. Utilize a full suite of advanced design and visualization tools, such as 3D CAD tools that allow you to create and edit lines, triangulated surfaces and grids as well as create contours, cross sections, and volume calculations. Muk3D|Tailings+ tools provide essential solutions for high-level conceptual design, short & long-range planning, and analysis of resulting deposition surfaces.

Powerful tools designed specifically for tailings

Full Feature List

Tailings +
Data Import & gridding tools
Import data from a wide range of sources and turn into grids/surfaces in minutes
Create great images
Define different visual styles to apply to different elements including colours, textures, elevation shading, airphotos, isopachs.
3D PDF export
Save data to 3D pdf to share with everyone.
AutoCAD import/export
Import/export files to/from AutoCAD using DWG files
Build Structures
Create a reange of structures (dams, dumps, embankments, excavations) quickly & easily
Airphoto manipulations
Import & manipulate air photos, merge image tiles, add new elements to photos
Animations
Record animation along a path, 3D window manipulation.
Basic dynamic models
Models that update themselves when input data/parameters are changed. The basic dynamic models include dams and ponds.
Advanced pond & surface water hydrology
Delineate watersheds, calculate areas vs elevation for watersheds, storage-elevation-liner area curves, tools for batch evaluation of dam alignment/pond volumes.
Zonation calculations
Create zones within a dam cross section and calculate volumes rapidly.
'Dry' tailings facilities
Tailings model that allow for sub-aerial deposition of tailings. Models can be run either as capacity (depositing from known elevations) or volume driven(deposit known volume and determine beach elevation).
Pond models
Incorporation of sophisticated pond models that show pond development in conjunction with tailings deposition. Allows for a wide range of water management scenarios including water-balance driven pond development
Dam Templating
Tools to allow the incremental staging of tailings dams, calculate raise volumes, and merge into grids.