Ioana Mihaela Gurgu, Adrian Smuleac None
This paper presents the topographic survey of an area within the campus of the Banat’s “King Michael I of Romania” University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine of Timisoara, Romania, an area that covers the sports grounds and the dormitories. To do so, we used the concept of routing supported on both ends by coordinate points and known orientations that suppose a multiplication of the geodesic network to determine the coordinates of the detail points in the field. The multiplication of the geodesic network was done by determining the coordinates of some points of the order V that became the main elements of the topographic survey. This is why determining them should rely on a very accurate measurement. The topographic survey was done with special topographic instruments: an electronic instrument for the measurement of distances and a Leica TC805 total station. The total station is an optical instrument, a combination between a classical theodolite and an electronic device for the measurement of distances. The coordinates of the control points were determined with GPS equipment, which offers a quick control of static measurements. Data collected by the total station were downloaded with Leica GeoOffice Combined software and compensated through the TopoSys software. TopoSys calculates and compensates any combination of measurement of distances and angles to determine the best correction of the point coordinates. The coordinate processing method allows precision up to an order of centimetres. The coordinates of the compensated points were reported in the AutoCad with a TopoLT programme that operates on the AutoCad platform. This paper is important because presents a situation plan of the area described above in order to identify details; the plan will be used in future works for different goals within the university.
topographic survey, total station, GPS equipment, routing, Leica GeoOffice Combined, TopoSys, TopoLT
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