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Retrouver le déplacement rapide des stations géodésiques : expériences et calculs

Abstract : The Earth Physics Institute of Strasbourg (EPIS) has recently gotten news GNSS receptors for performing high frequency geodesy (1 to 20 Hz). The study is expected to take place as follows: static and dynamic basic tests in order to evaluate the accuracy of high frequency acquisition, then to use a table controlled movement in order to analyze if the GNSS device can detect the same speeds and accelerations as theses programmed on the table, and finally to apply this study at a concrete case: the earthquake on February 27, 2010 that occurred in Chili. But, does high frequency geodesy offer the same georeferencing accuracy as the conventional mode? Is high frequency acquisition noisy? If it is, is it necessary to filter? Is it possible to restitute complex movements: from a circle description to a tectonic displacement?
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Eric Henrion. Retrouver le déplacement rapide des stations géodésiques : expériences et calculs. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2013. ⟨dumas-00938605⟩



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