Detail publikace

Automatizace astronomického určování polohy

MACHOTKA, R.

Originální název

Automatizace astronomického určování polohy

Český název

Automatizace astronomického určování polohy

Typ

habilitační práce

Jazyk

cs

Originální abstrakt

The work is focused on astronomical positioning as a part of astronomical determination of vertical deflections. Several aspects of the topic are discused. The introduction discuse contemporary instumentation available, its capabilities and main deficiencies. The available instrumentation is regarded as not really satisfactory for modern tasks. As a consequence of previus conclusion, new measuring system for astronomical positioning is proposed, completed and tested by the author. The system is designed for field observations and named Mobile Automated Astronomical System (MAAS). The new measuring system offers several advantages as a high productivity of measurements, mobility and a fully automated and person independent observations. First existing specimen of the measuring system – MAAS-1 was employed in several experimental projects –Veveri Network, AGNES network and Profile Velka Bites – Brno – Uherske Hradiste. All of the projects were focused on quasigeoid determination. The results are discused in the second part of the work. MAAS-1 was thoroughly tested with highly satisfactory results. The system was found to be reliable, user friendly and without significant faults. It’s results were compared with results of several other precise astrogeodetic instruments (notably cirkumzenital 100/1000 and digital zenith camera TZK2-D). External accuracy of results - vertical deflections components – was found to be somewere between 0.2 - 0.3 for standard one hour field observation.

Český abstrakt

The work is focused on astronomical positioning as a part of astronomical determination of vertical deflections. Several aspects of the topic are discused. The introduction discuse contemporary instumentation available, its capabilities and main deficiencies. The available instrumentation is regarded as not really satisfactory for modern tasks. As a consequence of previus conclusion, new measuring system for astronomical positioning is proposed, completed and tested by the author. The system is designed for field observations and named Mobile Automated Astronomical System (MAAS). The new measuring system offers several advantages as a high productivity of measurements, mobility and a fully automated and person independent observations. First existing specimen of the measuring system – MAAS-1 was employed in several experimental projects –Veveri Network, AGNES network and Profile Velka Bites – Brno – Uherske Hradiste. All of the projects were focused on quasigeoid determination. The results are discused in the second part of the work. MAAS-1 was thoroughly tested with highly satisfactory results. The system was found to be reliable, user friendly and without significant faults. It’s results were compared with results of several other precise astrogeodetic instruments (notably cirkumzenital 100/1000 and digital zenith camera TZK2-D). External accuracy of results - vertical deflections components – was found to be somewere between 0.2 - 0.3 for standard one hour field observation.

Klíčová slova

geodetická astronomie, astronomické určování polohy, automatizace optických pozorování, tížnicové odchylky, kvazigeoid, tíhové modely Země

Vydáno

30.09.2013

Místo

Brno

Strany od

1

Strany do

109

Strany počet

109

BibTex


@misc{BUT113336,
  author="Radovan {Machotka}",
  title="Automatizace astronomického určování polohy",
  annote="The work is focused on astronomical positioning as a part of astronomical determination of
vertical deflections. Several aspects of the topic are discused. The introduction discuse
contemporary instumentation available, its capabilities and main deficiencies. The available
instrumentation is regarded as not really satisfactory for modern tasks.
As a consequence of previus conclusion, new measuring system for astronomical positioning
is proposed, completed and tested by the author. The system is designed for field observations
and named Mobile Automated Astronomical System (MAAS). The new measuring system
offers several advantages as a high productivity of measurements, mobility and a fully
automated and person independent observations.
First existing specimen of the measuring system – MAAS-1 was employed in several
experimental projects –Veveri Network, AGNES network and Profile Velka Bites – Brno –
Uherske Hradiste. All of the projects were focused on quasigeoid determination. The results
are discused in the second part of the work.
MAAS-1 was thoroughly tested with highly satisfactory results. The system was found to be
reliable, user friendly and without significant faults. It’s results were compared with results of
several other precise astrogeodetic instruments (notably cirkumzenital 100/1000 and digital
zenith camera TZK2-D). External accuracy of results - vertical deflections components – was
found to be somewere between 0.2 - 0.3 for standard one hour field observation.",
  chapter="113336",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  pages="1--109",
  type="habilitation thesis"
}