true width

true width

[′trü ′width]
(mining engineering)
The width of thickness of a vein or stratum as measured perpendicular to or normal to the dip and the strike; the true width is always the least width.
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True width is a preliminary estimate only and may not reflect final true width used in resource estimate
4m true width and drillhole DIS-13-35 with an intercept of 1.
Additionally, RMZ 11-30 was drilled at a southwest orientation to intercept the stringer mineralization at a high angle and to verify the estimated true width of the "RMZ Zone" as previously reported by the Company.
The Talisker dyke is five to 10 metres true width that extends right up to surface.
Underground drilling will initially target gold mineralization to the southeast of the last underground drill station to follow up on positive results from previous drilling in 2004 and 2005 where three drill holes returned true width gold intersections of 31.
The kimberlite has been intersected in five drill holes along the strike length of approximately 70 metres across with a five-metre true width and a depth of approximately 100 metres.
The intersection is nearly horizontal and is estimated to be nearly true width.
6 grams of gold per tonne) and considerable true width (approx.
5 feet true width of high-grade gold/silver mineralization, listed above, within a broad fault zone (49.
Two long intersections of nickel mineralisation have been intersected in the North Avebury Deposit including a massive true width intersection of 48m at 1.
If the intermediate low-grade section is included the mineralised zone has a true width of 10.