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Title: Achieving special topographical works concerning the stake out of a zonal urban plan in Petroasa Mare, Timiș county [articol]
Authors: Bârliba, Livia Luminiţa
Eleş, Gabriel
Bârliba, Costel
Bârliba, Florin Cristian
Subjects: ZUP
Topo-cadastral works
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Timişoara : Editura Politehnica
Citation: Bârliba, Livia Luminiţa. Achieving special topographical works concerning the stake out of a zonal urban plan in Petroasa Mare, Timiș county. Timişoara: Editura Politehnica, 2018
Series/Report no.: Buletinul ştiinţific al Universităţii „Politehnica” din Timişoara, România. Seria hidrotehnică, Vol. 63(77), issue 1 (2018), p. 21-26
Abstract: The present paper has as purpose the achieving of topographical and cadastre works in order to achieve an Urban Zonal Plan in Petroasa Mare locality. By definition the urban plan establish specific regulation for a area, part of a urban or rural locality made by lots of parcels and covering functions as: habitation, services, productions, circulations, green zones, public institutions etc. The topo-cadastral works are significant important because they provide the documents that ensure the safety of transactions on the real estate market. The topographical works achieved by using GPS technologies and total station, using GPS Hi-Target V30 and Total station Leica TCR 805. The method use to achieve the measurements was the kinematic method, RTK (Real Time Cinematic). The coordinates obtained from the ETRS 89 were transformed in stereographic 1970 coordinate system, using the software TransDatRO 4.04, given by ANCPI. Data processing was made by the dedicated software Leica Geo Office. The points coordinate were compute in ZWCAD 2015 and later on where use in plans activities.
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