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Étude de l’influence des gradients de température sur un réseau d’auscultation

Abstract : Atmospheric refraction, induced largely by temperature gradients, is a physical phenomenon that changes the trajectory of light rays inconstantly. This has a significant impact on topometric activities, particularly on auscultation, which requires great precision. The simultaneous reciprocal observations technique, the networking and an improvement of the monumentation make it possible to reduce an correct some effects of the refraction, whether vertical or lateral. These corrections lead to an overall improvement in the precision of the calculated coordinates, and to a greater overall coherence within the netwotks.
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Zian Favaro. Étude de l’influence des gradients de température sur un réseau d’auscultation. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02466374⟩

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