TOPO-CADASTRAL WORKS REGARDING THE REALIZATION OF THE GAS DISTRIBUTION NETWORK IN THE LOCALITY OF CONSTANTIN DAICOVICIU. PUBLISHEDRoxana-Denisa PAUNESCU, M. SIMON1, Laura ȘMULEAC1, R. PAȘCALĂU1, A. ȘMULEAC1 None firstname.lastname@example.org
The research presented in this paper has been done in Constantin Diacoviciu commune, Peștere locality, Caras-Severin county in order to achieve the technical reception documentation for obtaining the OCPI approval with the aim of: Establishing natural gas distribution. To perform this work, the SOKKIA GSR 2700 IXC dual frequency equipment was used and the data processing was performed with the Carlson SurvCE software. In addition to Glonass tracking capability, the GSR2700 ISX includes support for the new L2c and L5 GPS signals. The system also offers many additional enhancements, including improved RTK performance, seamless GPS network support with GSM and GPRS / NTRIP, refined multipath migration, and multiple Bluetooth connectivity options. The system is wireless and easy to configure and works in basic and rover modes. The receiver has a display panel and provides sound notification in the field. These notifications are available in several generic languages and tones. The measurements were performed entirely by satellite technology through the Real Time Kinematic (RTK) procedure, receiving corrections from the permanent GNSS Resita station. In the topo-cadastral field - a concern of more than two millennia of people to measure and study the shape and size of our planet - new problems are constantly emerging, problems whose solution must be provided by current and future geodetic engineers. The road route was designed along the traffic arteries, as the sides and points of the road will be more accessible. The road points were located in places away from destruction. Between the neighboring travel points was made the location of the points with a perfect visibility, so that the directions and lengths can be measured without difficulty. Imagine a network of roads consisting of highways, national roads and streets that cross cities. The former ones have more lanes in each direction and ensure greater traffic flow, the latter having a single lane, being also the narrowest. The infrastructure of the gas pipelines is organized in the same way.
OCPI , Carlson SurvCE, GNSS, RTK, Glonass, Sokia
Sustainable Development, Environmental Engineering and Geomatics