Supplementary data for 'Investigation into the Accuracy and Practicality of Methods for Transforming Coordinates between Geodetic Datums'

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Ruffhead, A. 2021. Supplementary data for 'Investigation into the Accuracy and Practicality of Methods for Transforming Coordinates between Geodetic Datums'.
AuthorsRuffhead, A.
ContributorsBerk, S
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Data underpinning Chapters 12 and 13 of the Thesis

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Coordinates of 4315 points in Great Britain which are common to reference systems ETRS89 and OSGB36

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Data in Chapter 12 of Thesis

Sandi Berk supplied the data in columns B-L and the following technical information: Transverse Mercator projection is used for both CRSs, with the same parameters: the longitude of the central meridian is 15 degrees, the scale factor at the central meridian is 0.9999, the false easting is 500000 m and the false northing is −5000000 m. However, different reference ellipsoids are used: the Bessel 1841 ellipsoid for D48 coordinates (a = 6377397.155 m, b = 6356078.96325 m), and the GRS80 ellipsoid for D96 coordinates (a = 6378137 m, b = 6356752.31414 m). Sandi Berk (of the Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia) is contactable via ResearchGate.

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Investigation into the Accuracy and Practicality of Methods for Transforming Coordinates between Geodetic Datums
Ruffhead, A. 2021. Investigation into the Accuracy and Practicality of Methods for Transforming Coordinates between Geodetic Datums. PhD Thesis University of East London School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering https://doi.org/10.15123/uel.89w80