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Prepared by: Andre-Paul C. Ampong


Elementary surveying

Elementary Surveying

Area of a traverse


Rectangular coordinates of traverse stations

Rectangular coordinates of traverse stations

  • Using balanced latitudes and departures rectangular coordinates of traverse stations are identified as reckoned from a global or local reference axes

  • In state and provincial coordinate systems, the X-axis is of often the equator and the Y-axis is a meridian of the earth.

  • However, especially for limited-scale surveys, the coordinate axes can be assumed

  • For assumed axes, values are chosen such that the coordinates of all stations will be positive

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+378.53

C

+52.23

+313.61

B

+250.73

-368.19

1000 N

500 E

A

D

+311.31

-7.60

-246.08

E

-524.27

-160.27

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Area by coordinates method

Area by coordinates method

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+378.53

C

+52.23

+313.61

1302.96 N

1192.14 E

B

1250.73 N

813.61 E

+250.73

-368.19

1000 N

500 E

A

934.77 N

1184.54 E

D

+311.31

-7.60

688.69 N

660.27 E

-246.08

E

-524.27

-160.27

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1192.14

C

+52.23

813.61

1302.96 N

1192.14 E

B

1250.73 N

813.61 E

+250.73

500

1000 N

500 E

A

934.77 N

1184.54 E

D

+311.31

688.69 N

660.27 E

660.27

E

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1192.14

C

+52.13

813.61

1302.96 N

1192.14 E

B

1250.73 N

813.61 E

+250.73

-368.19

500

1000 N

500 E

A

934.77 N

1184.54 E

1184.54

D

+311.31

688.69 N

660.27 E

-246.08

660.27

660.27

E

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Area by double meridian distance dmd method

Area by double meridian distance (DMD) method

D’

D

B’

B

MD

MERIDIAN

DISTANCE

C

A

A’

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313.61

378.53

+52.23

313.61

+250.73

-368.19

7.60

+311.31

-246.08

160.27

524.27

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Area by double parallel distance dpd method

Area by double parallel distance (DPD) method

D

B

PD

PARALLEL

DISTANCE

A

D’

C

A’

B’

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+378.53

52.23

+313.61

250.73

368.19

-7.60

311.31

246.08

246.08

-160.27

-524.27

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