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Boreholes are (always vertical) profiles, which represent a geological profile in specific coordinates.

Boreholes can have various status (according to way of creation):

  • Original borehole - it is created automatically according to Soil profiles. Original boreholes cannot be deleted - they are always restored according to original soil profile.
  • Changed borehole - it is created by editation of Original borehole
  • New borehole - it is created using "Add graphically" or "Add textually" buttons. It is used especially for final modifciation of 3D model.

One of boreholes must be selected as master borehole, which determines number and order of soil layers in a geological model. Soil layers are displayed in the table of layers.

When modeling using geological sections, it is possible to create 3D model with only one active master borehole.

The boreholes used in geological sections are implemented in already created interfaces - they are described as "incompatible, in Section".

The boreholes which are not used in geological sections and are not compatible (with master borehole) are described as "incompatible" in red - these boreholes should be changed to compatible boreholes and this way used in modeling.

When generating only from boreholes model, it is necessary to edit boreholes to be compatible with master borehole. Incompatible boreholes are described as "non compatible" in red and are not used in model generation.

The model is generated only from active boreholes. Active borehole must be always compatible with master borehole.

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