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Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica

, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 404–406 | Cite as

Derived geometrical constants of the geodetic reference system 1980

  • Miloš Cimbálník
  • M. Pick
Shorter Contributions

Summary

A large number of the users of the geomtrical constants of the reference ellipsoid know only the IAG resolutions and not the related special publications; consequently, the numerical values of the derived geometrical constants may be interpreted differently. Some values of possible differences (max. 32 mm) are given, and it is proposed that the GRS-80 geometrical constants be defined by the values of a and f −1 with unlimited accuracy in the next IAG resolution.

Keywords

Structural Geology Reference System Special Publication Reference Ellipsoid Geodetic Reference System 
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Резюме

По¶rt;aвляющее большuнсmво nользовamелеŭ zеомеmрuческuмu nосmояннымu рефереnц-эллunсоu¶rt;a знaеm mолько резолюцuu Меж¶rt;унaро¶rt;ноŭ aссоцuaцuu nо zео¶rt;езuu, a не сnецuaльные nублuкaцuu; nоэmому можеm nоявumься рaзное mолковaнuе чuсловых знaченuŭ nроuзво¶rt;ных zеомеmрuческuх nосmоянных. В сmamье nрuво¶rt;яmся некоmорые знaченuя возможных рaзносmеŭ (мaкс. 32 мм) u nре¶rt;лazaеmся в nосле¶rt;ующеŭ резолюцuu МАГ оnре¶rt;еляmь ŭеомеmрuческuе nосmоянные в GRS-80 велuчuнaмu a, f −1 с неоzрaнuченноŭ mочносmью.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Miloš Cimbálník
    • 1
  • M. Pick
  1. 1.Department of Higher Geodesy, Faculty of Civil EngineeringThe Czech Technical UniversityPrague

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