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Position Fixing by Distance

• A typical plane coordinate survey procedure


• Distances between a set of known control
points and a point with unknown position
Position Fixing By Distance are measured

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Photogrammetry
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Diliman, Quezon City

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Position Fixing by Distance Condition Equation


Two distances measured The linearized condition equation for the
 Unique solution of the two distance between a known point and an
coordinates (x and y) of the unknown point unknown point is:

More than two distances measured vij + b1∆X i + b2 ∆Yi = Sij0 − Sij
 Least squares adjustment of
coordinates (x and y) of the unknown point where:

b =
(X j − X i0 )
and b2 =
(Y j − Yi 0 )
1
Sij0 Sij0
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Example
Control X (m) Y (m) Observed
The position of an unknown point P is to be Point Distance (m)
determined by measuring distances with an A 698.41 1005.07 4122.109
EDM instrument from P to five control
B 580.14 2207.37 3444.530
points A, B, C, D, and E. The known
positions of the control points and observed C 5482.77 8503.22 4897.717
distances are: D 6191.16 7160.26 4129.233
E 6095.81 4920.30 2739.177

The standard deviation of each distance


measurement is: σ = ( 0.020) + ( 0.040) S → (S in kms.)
S
2 2 2

The reference variance is 0.002 m.


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Solution
C The condition equation that we will use for
D
each line segment is:

North vPj + b1∆X P + b2 ∆YP = S Pj0 − S Pj

P
E OR

vPj +
(X j − X P0 )
∆X P +
(Y j − YP0 )
∆YP = S Pj0 − S Pj
B S Pj0 S Pj0

A
Where j = A, B, C, D, and E
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Calculate approximate position of P Calculate approximate position of P

Using the cosine law,


∆X EC = X C − X E = 5482.77 − 6095.81 = −613.04 m ( EC ) + ( PE ) − ( PC )
2 2 2

cos ( ∠PEC ) =
∆YEC = YC − YE = 8503.22 − 4920.30 = 3582.92 m 2 ( EC )( PE )
( 3634.987 ) + ( 2739.177 ) − ( 4897.717 )
2 2 2
( −613.04 ) + ( 3582.92 )
2 2
EC = = 3634.987 m cos ( ∠PEC ) =
2 ( 3634.987 )( 2739.177 )
cos ( ∠PEC ) = −0.1642790
∠PEC = 99.45535°

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Calculate approximate position of P Calculate approximate position of P

The azimuth of line EC is, So,


 −613.04 
−1 ∆X EP = ( 2739.177 )( sin 250.83532° ) = −2587.369 m
α EC = tan   = −9.70933° = 350.29067°
 3582.92 
∆YEP = ( 2739.177 )( cos 250.83532° ) = −899.229 m
The azimuth of line EP is therefore,
α EP = α EC − ∠PEC = 350.29067° − 99.45535° = 250.83532° The approximate coordinates of P are therefore:
X P0 = X E + ∆X EP = 6095.81 − 2587.37 = 3508.44 m
YP0 = YE + ∆YEP = 4920.30 − 899.23 = 4021.07 m

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Least squares determination of position of P Least squares determination of position of P
The calculated values for the condition The matrix form of the condition equations
equation for each line segment are: for all five line segments is:
 v1   −0.68168 −0.73165  0.090 
Line b1 b2 Spj° - Spj  v   −0.85014 −0.52655  
PA -0.68168 -0.73165 0.090  2    ∆X   −0.049 
 v3  +  0.40311 0.91515   P  =  0.002 
    ∆Y  
0.76021   P   0.113 
PB -0.85014 -0.52655 -0.049
 v4   0.64967
PC 0.40311 0.91515 0.002  v5   0.94458 0.32828   0.001 
PD 0.64967 0.76021 0.113
PE 0.94458 0.32828 0.001 This is in the form: v + B∆ = f
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Least squares determination of position of P Least squares determination of position of P


The weight for each distance The weight matrix is therefore,
measurement/line segment is:
Line S (km) σS2 WS = σ02/ σS2 0.0725 0 0 0 0 
 0 0. 1036 0 0 0 
PA 4.12 0.0276 0.0725  
PB 3.44 0.0193 0.1036
W = 0 0 0.0515 0 0 
 
PC 4.90 0.0388 0.0515  0 0 0 0.0722 0 
 0 0 0 0 0.1613
PD 4.13 0.0277 0.0722
PE 2.74 0.0124 0.1613

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Least squares determination of position of P Least squares determination of position of P


To solve for the unknown coordinates, we
use the formula:

( B WB ) ∆ = B Wf
T T 0.0725
 0
 −0.68168 −0.85014 0.40311 0.64967 0.94458 
B W =
T
  0
0
0.1036
0
0
0
0.0515
0
0
0
0 
0 
0 
 −0.73165 −0.52655 0.91515 0.76021 0.32828  
 0 0 0 0.0722 0 
 0 0 0 0 0.1613

N∆ = t
 −0.04942 −0.08807 0.02076 0.04691 0.15236 
BT W =  
 −0.05304 −0.05455 0.04713 0.05489 0.05295 

where:
N = BT WB and t = BT Wf
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Least squares determination of position of P Least squares determination of position of P

 −0.68168 −0.73165  −214.22 


 −0.85014 −0.52655  −10.94 
 −0 . 04942 −0 .08807 0. 02076 0 . 04691 0. 15236     
N = BT WB =    0.40311 0.91515   225.01 
 −0 . 05304 − 0. 05455 0 . 04713 0. 05489 0 . 05295    −0.04942 −0.08807 0.02076 0.04691 0.15236   
 0.64967 0.76021  t = B Wf = 
T
  0.02 
 0.94458 0.32828   −0.05304 −0.05455 0.04713 0.05489 0.05295 
5.23 
 
 219 .24 
0.29132 0.18721
N =   −218.90 
 0.18721 0.16977   

 0.00536 
t= 
 0.00425

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Least squares determination of position of P Least squares determination of position of P


We can then solve for ∆ using:
N∆ = t
∆ = N −1t
The errors are:

 0.29132 0.18721  ∆X P   0.00536 


 0.18721 0.16977   ∆Y  =  0.00425  ∆X P   0.008 
  P   
 ∆Y  = 0.016 
 P  
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Least squares determination of position of P Adjusted Distances


The least squares position of P is therefore, To get the residuals (v) and adjusted
distances for each segment (î), we use the
following equations:

X P = X P0 + ∆X P = 3508.44 + 0.01 v = f − B∆
X P = 3508.45 m
YP = YP0 + ∆YP = 4021.07 + 0.02 l̂ = l + v
YP = 4021.09 m

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Adjusted Distances Adjusted Distances
 0.090   −0.68168 −0.73165  4122.109   0.107 
 −0.049   −0.85014 −0.52655  3444.530   −0.034 
     0.008     
v =  0.002  −  0.40311 0.91515    l̂ =  4897.717  +  −0.016 
    0.016     
 0.113   0.64967 0.76021 
 4129.233  0.096 
 0.001   0.94458 0.32828 
 2739.177   −0.012 

 0.107   4122.216 
 −0.034  3444.496 
   
v =  −0.016  l̂ =  4897.701
   
 0.096   4129.329 
 −0.012   2739.165
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