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7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2019 , 2019.y., pp. 1081-1090


THE METHODS OF CALCULATING WEIGHTS OF HEIGHT DIFFERENCES
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2019.100
UDC: 528.024:528.16
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Author : Delčev, Siniša; Gučević, Jelena; Miljković, Stefan; Ogrizović, Vukan; Kuburić, Miroslav
 
 Summary:
 Solving various geodetic tasks begins with defining and actualising the mathematical basis. It is reflected in the development of different types of geodetic networks - height, position, and three-dimensional ones. Some networks rely on the existing ones, and some are developed as independent geodetic networks. Measurement and processing of measurement results in these networks are carried out in both cases. Processing, among other things, involves adjustment of the measured values. Height geodetic networks are most often developed using the geometric levelling method. The accuracy of the geometric levelling (besides the accuracy of the used level) depends on the line length, the number of stations and the height difference between the benchmarks. Therefore, different methods of calculating weights can be used in adjustment of height networks. This paper will analyse the results of adjustment of one height network with differently calculated weights in order to determine whether the method of calculating weights has an effect on the final values - the height of points.
 
 Keywords:
 adjustment, levelling network, measurement weights