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Example 1

Assuming:

A Deposition Vector surface intersection of 100 m.

An initial elevation, El. 1, of RL100.0 m.

An interim elevation, El.2, of RL125.0 m.

A final deposition elevation of RL135.0 m.

2.5 m raises.

For this example:

Set El. 1 to RL100.0 m.

Set El. 2 to RL125.0 m.

Set El. 3 to RL135.0 m.

For 2.5 m raises from El. 1 to El. 2 set 10 Deposition Intervals.

For 2.5 m raises from El. 2 to El. 3 set 4 Deposition Intervals.

Example 2

Assuming:

A Deposition Vector surface intersection of RL97.0 m.

An initial elevation, El. 1, of RL100.0 m..\

An interim deposition elevation, El. 2, of RL125.0 m.

A final deposition elevation, El. 3, of RL145.0 m.

2.5 m raises between El. 1 and El. 2.

4.0 m raises between El. 2 and El. 3.

Rift TD increases the number of Deposition Intervals internally, maintaining the specified 2.5 m Raise Height.

Raise Data Surface Intersection

For this example:

Set El. 1 to RL100.0 m.

Set El. 2 to RL125.0 m.

Set El. 3 to RL145.0 m.

For 2.5 m raises from El. 1 to El.. 2 set 10 Deposition Intervals.

For 4 m raises from El. 2 to El. 3 set 5 Deposition Intervals.

During Modelling:

The number of Deposition Intervals for the first deposition elevation, El. 1 to El. 2, is increased from 10 to 12 internally.

El. 1 is set to an elevation of RL95.0 m internally to ensure that it is below the surface.

First deposition occurs at an elevation of RL97.5 m (0.5 m above the surface).

Deposition only takes place when the Deposition Elevation is above the Surface.