THE SPATIAL DETERMINATION OF THE POINT POSITION BY LINEAR MEASUREMENTS

Engineering Surveying & Deformation Monitoring

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Anatolii Vivat No anatolii.y.vivat [at] lpnu.ua National university Lviv polytechnic
Lviv, Ukraine
Myhailo Fys Sc.D. fysmikhail [at] gmail.com National university Lviv polytechnic
Lviv, Ukraine
Volodymyr Litynskyi Ph.D. litynska.marta [at] gmail.com National university Lviv polytechnic
Lviv, Ukraine
Tetyana Korliatovych Ph.D. tetiasek [at] gmail.com National university Lviv polytechnic
Lviv, Ukraine
Ivan Pokotylo No ivan.y.pokotylo [at] lpnu.ua National university Lviv polytechnic
Lviv, Ukraine

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Abstract 

When solving engineering and geodetic problems, it is necessary to determine the position of the device in space, as well as to find the height of the object relative to the established mark. The construction of buildings or engineering structures requires constant monitoring of the mounting horizon position. Such problems are mostly solved by transferring the mark to the mounting horizon by geometric leveling. Such measurements are often associated with problems with meter location. The method of trigonometric leveling is burdened by errors in measuring vertical angles which are significantly affected by vertical refraction. One way to solve this problem is to apply linear measurements to points of mutually perpendicular bases. The accuracy of linear measurements by modern electronic tachometers is quite high.

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