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Procedure for Control Survey of Water-Development Works with Use of Ground Laser Scanning

Problems that can be resolved with use of ground laser scanning are listed. A proposed procedure for a control survey with use of the method of laser scanning is described in detail. Advantages of laser scanning for updating of control documentation are noted. Basic steps in studies related to the control survey are described. Procedures for determination and analysis of deviations in actual geometry of an entity obtained as a result of laser scanning from the design are cited.

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Translated from Gidrotekhnicheskoe Stroitel’stvo, No. 12, December 2013, pp. 2 – 5.

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Ustinov, A.V., Tveritin, A.L. Procedure for Control Survey of Water-Development Works with Use of Ground Laser Scanning. Power Technol Eng 48, 13–16 (2014).

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