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|Erasmus Language of instruction:
|Name of lecturer:
||George Emanuel Voicu
||Silvia Alexandra Dreghici
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Development of the student's ability to perform spatial geodetic and topographic measurements with electronic equipment
Development of the student's ability to perform cadastral surveys and other engineering works with electronic equipment.
Knowledge of the apparatus and principles used in geodetic measurements by waves
Knowledge of the carrying out geodetic measurements through waves.
Knowledge of the appropriate use in the specific equipment for this type of measurement.
Course Entry Requirements:
Basic knowledge in the use of topographic equipment. Basic knowledge of general topography
The object of geodetic measurements by waves. Fields of application.
The principle of measurement of geodesic distances using electromagnetic waves.
General classification of devices for geodetic measurements by waves.
The length of the optical path. The refractive index.
The fundamental problem of geodetic measurements by waves.
Oscillations and waves. Propagation of the harmonic oscillation. Plane wave.
Wave stationary. Modulation of harmonic oscillations in amplitude.
Modulation of harmonic oscillations in Phase and Frequency.
Principles and procedures used in geodetic measurements by waves.
Corrections to reduce the distances measured in the trilateral networks.
Compensation of trilateral networks according to the method of conditional measurements.
Development of trilateral networks using the indirect measurement method.
Lecture, Conversation, Examples
Knowledge of the apparatus and principles used in geodetic measurements by waves. Ability to perform spatial geodetic and topographic measurements with electronic equipment.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Final evaluation Written exam- 60%Progress check portfolio of practical works -40%
J. M. Rueger,
Electronic Distance Measurement, Springer Verlag
Satellite geodesy, Walter de Gruyter.
Massonnet, D.; Feigl, K. L.,
Radar interferometry and its application to changes in the earth's surface, Rev. Geophys
International Association of Geodesy,
Electromagnetic Distance Measurement, University of Toronto Press