Photogrammetry & Special Instrument
Photogrammetry, Advantage & Disadvantage of Photogrammetry, Types of Photogrammetry- Terrestrial Photogrammetry (Horizontal Photograph), Aerial Photogrammetry. Difference Between a Map and An Aerial Photograph, Types of Photographs- Vertical Photograph, Oblique Photograph. Terminologies in Aerial Surveying– Scale of Photograph, Datum Scale of Photograph, Average Scale of Photograph, Flying Height, Crab, Drift. Ground Co-Ordinates & Length of a Line From a vertical Photograph, Relief Displacement, Area Covered By One Photograph, Number of Photograph Required to Cover an Area – 1.When No overlap is Present, 2.When overlap is Present (Longitudinal & Side)- (I). When Total Ground Area (A) is given, (II). When Length & Width are given of total Ground, Exposure Interval, Air Base.
In this photogrammetry chapter, we detailed discuss about photogrammetry, aerial photogrammetry, vertical photograph, scale of photograph, datum scale of photograph, average scale of photograph, flying height, ground co-ordinates & length of a line from a vertical photograph, crab, drift, relief displacement, number of photograph required to cover an area, exposure interval, air base, etc.
In liner measurements,we details discuss about procedure in chain surveying,basic definition of chain surveying- main station, tie station, main survey line, tie line/ subsidiary line, base line, check line/ proof line, offset, chainage, well conditioned triangle.Correction in chaining,limiting length of offsets.