Geodesy and mine survey
Year: 
2018
Tom: 
23
#: 
3
43
Pages: 
61-73
Abstract:
The paper considers the technique of creating a geodetic base in the construction of various objects using satellite and traditional tacheometrical survey for calculating plane coordinates of geodesic network. This approach meets modern trends of geodetic base creation in construction. The implementation of satellite positioning technology offers new opportunities for production stakeout. Using local horizontal projections of the most appropriate portion of the earth's surface appears to be very promising. Furthermore, the presence of the translation algorithm coordinates from one system to another (conventional) ensures the accuracy of design work and greatly simplifies them. The paper shows an example of the geocentric coordinate translation to topocentric system (plane projection of geocentric coordinates with topocentric coordinate) in which tacheometry results are equalized. The paper gives qualitative analysis of the advantages of this technique in comparison with the Gauss-Kruger zonal coordinate system. It demonstrates the possibility of transferring the coordinates from one system to another for the preservation of traditional forms of presentation and measurement control. Attention is paid to a separate calculation of normal height.
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Publication History
Received: 22.05.2018
Published: 24.09.2018

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2018 issue 3