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oa Civil Engineer in South Africa - The use of stereophotogrammetry to measure movements

 

Abstract

A review is made of the use of stereophotogrammetry to measure the movements of civil engineering works. An improvement to the false parallax technique of stereophotogrammetry, and a method of using a type of stereoplotter common in South Africa, the Wild B8, for this technique, are presented.

'n Oorsig van die gebruik van stereofotogrammetrie om die bewegings van siviele ingenieursbouwerke te meet is gemaak. 'n Verbetering aan die valse parallakstegniek van stereofotogrammetrie, en 'n metode vir die gebruik van 'n stereostipmasjiene in algemene gebruik in Suid-Afrika, die Wild B8, vir hierdie tegniek word aangebied.

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1984-08-01
2016-12-05
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