The Cadastral Topographic Documentation About Planning and Limit of the Land
Carmen Georgeta Dumitrache
Carmen Georgeta Dumitrache, Ist Decembre University from Alba Iulia, Romania
Manuscript received on May 04, 2018. | Revised Manuscript received on May 12, 2018. | Manuscript published on May 30, 2018. | PP: 1-3 | Volume-5 Issue-5, May 2018. | Retrieval Number: E1238055518
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Abstract: It identifies the topo-geodetic reference system in which they work, which found both by identifying field, and the Office of Cadastral and Land – ALBA. Also in the field are identified points of triangulation, which assembled form a network can cover the interest. Solving the triangulation network is in a first stage by compensation network angles. This compensation can be done expeditiously “Broniemann” networking simple and less important or “rigor” – or block – respecting “theory of least squares”. Following the recommended path, namely “rigorous method” will determine the number and condition equations will be written in proper condition equations (figure, tour the horizon, sides, etc.). The condition equations will be solved by the theory of conditional measurements. Thus this system will be reduced to a normal system of equations. Solving the method is to make successive cuts – Gauss scheme. The calculation will operate in a special protocol for this operation. The resulting data will be reported on the topographic plan of the land, obtaining a boundary of the area studied. The closing surface contour is done by lifting specific details cadaster. From the above mentioned protocol will be calculated surface area, using the calculation analytics. The project ends with some graphics, resulted in a topographic-cadastral documentation appropriate.
Keywords: Land, Cadaster, Topography, Surface Area.