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Three-dimensional Control Network Layout and Accuracy Analysis Based on Industrial Total Station

In order to meet the accuracy of + or -1.0 mm on the equipment position, the control network of which the point accuracy is less than + or -0.3 mm is needed. From the practice of installation control network on some nuclear power engineer, the paper explores a method to establish the high accuracy n... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Geomatics 2013, Vol.38(6), pp.45-47
Main Author: Wang, Zhiyong
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Language: chi
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  • Satellite Communications, Topography, and Cartography (CE)
  • Earth Resources and Remote Sensing (Ah)
  • Industrial Total Station
  • 3-Dimensional Control Network
  • Accuracy Analysis
  • Reliability
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description: In order to meet the accuracy of + or -1.0 mm on the equipment position, the control network of which the point accuracy is less than + or -0.3 mm is needed. From the practice of installation control network on some nuclear power engineer, the paper explores a method to establish the high accuracy network based on high-precision industrial total station and draws up the layout plan, which analysis the accuracy and reliability of the adjustment report. It shows that control network of sub millimeter level precision can be achieved in the complicated construction area.
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abstractIn order to meet the accuracy of + or -1.0 mm on the equipment position, the control network of which the point accuracy is less than + or -0.3 mm is needed. From the practice of installation control network on some nuclear power engineer, the paper explores a method to establish the high accuracy network based on high-precision industrial total station and draws up the layout plan, which analysis the accuracy and reliability of the adjustment report. It shows that control network of sub millimeter level precision can be achieved in the complicated construction area.
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