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8th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2021 , 2021.y., pp. 79-89


STABILITY ANALYSIS OF A LEVELLING NETWORK AS A PRELUDE TO A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2021.07
UDC: 528.37/.38(497.5)
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Author : Zrinjski, Mladen; Tupek, Antonio; Barković, Đuro; Cesarec, Mateja
 
 Summary:
 The significance of geodetic deformation monitoring during the construction of any type of civil engineering structure is a well-known matter. Many classical and sophisticated geodetic monitoring methods employing total station, GNSS, laser scanning, photogrammetric and other technologies have been developed and are actively in use. Nevertheless, precise geometric levelling is still one of the most accurate of all geodetic measurement methods. This paper presents a practical example of deformation analysis being applied to a monitoring levelling network established for the determination of vertical displacements of a residential building in Zagreb in the Republic of Croatia. Before the construction start, the stability of the monitoring network has been analyzed in two measurement epochs and vertical displacements of the network’s benchmarks have been determined by applying the Karlsruhe deformation analysis method. All relevant results are presented.
 
 Keywords:
 levelling network, vertical displacements, Karlsruhe method, residential building, construction