Scale factor

by Marinos, Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 20:38 (7 days ago)

Hello dr Michael Lösler i would like to ask you this,i am trying to adjust a network and the gsi data that i export has scale 1.000 (leica raw data has all the distances with scale 1.000)but the scale in the area of the network is 0.999635
Is it possible to insert this scale in your programme so the solution of the adjustment of the network will reduces the distances and the adjusted coordinates according to the scale?

Thank you in advance.

Scale factor

by Micha ⌂, Bad Vilbel, Thursday, October 14, 2021, 05:51 (7 days ago) @ Marinos

Hi Marinos,

welcome to the forum.

(leica raw data has all the distances with scale 1.000)but the scale in the area of the network is 0.999635

Usually, the scale of the atmospheric compensation is applied to both, the slope distance and the horizontal distance. Moreover, the scale of the projection is - if any - applied to the horizontal distance, too, but not to the slope distance because this scale ist not defined for slope distances.

Your scale looks like a UTM scale and must be applied to the horizontal distance (GSI block 32). If this scale was not inserted to the instrument, you can apply a scale within the adjustment. The following screenshot depicts the setting panel of the distances. A scale is estimated wihin the adjustment, if the checkbox is checked. If the checkbox is not checked, as seen in the screenshot, the ppm-value given in the textfield is used as a deterministic correction value. The default value is 0 ppm, so no further scale is applied.
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According to the documentation, the functional model of the horizontal distance reads
$s_{2D} = \frac{1} s \left(\sqrt{ \Delta x^2 + \Delta y^2}- a \right)$
where $s$ is the scale and $a$ is the zero point correction.

Kind regards
Micha

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JAG3D, UTM, Scale, Distance

Scale factor

by Marinos, Friday, October 15, 2021, 09:03 (6 days ago) @ Micha

Thank you a lot, the adjustment is fine and the adjusted coordinates are fine

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