Mining Computation Laboratory

Mining Computation Laboratory

Mining Computation Laboratory is one of the facilities owned by the Mining Engineering Study Program. The development of technology in the mining industry requires students to be competent in terms of simulation and data processing using computers and software. From time to time the Mining Computation Laboratory continues to update the software used, so that it can become a learning tool that supports student competencies according to the needs of the mining industry.

Currently the Mining Computation Laboratory prioritizes the use of laboratories to support simulations and mining data processing that requires computers and software. Computer and software facilities at the Mining Computation Laboratory refer to the basic competencies of basic geology courses, structural geology, resource modeling, geotechnical, drilling and blasting techniques, mine ventilation, mine planning, and evaluation of the feasibility of mineral and coal projects.
Some of the software owned include:

–    Kazemaru
–     MineScape 7.1
–     ShotPlus 5 Standard
–     Ventsim 5
–     SGeMS
–     Micromine 2021
–     LipS
–     Rocscience 2019

Practicals carried out in this laboratory include:

  1. Resource modeling
  2. Geostatistics
  3. Slope stability simulation
  4. Drilling and blasting design
  5. Ventilation network design
  6. Mine planning