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Geometrical theory of satellite orbits and gravity field, Drazen Svehla, (electronic book)

Label
Geometrical theory of satellite orbits and gravity field
Title
Geometrical theory of satellite orbits and gravity field
Statement of responsibility
Drazen Svehla
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book on space geodesy presents pioneering geometrical approaches in the modelling of satellite orbits and gravity field of the Earth, based on the gravity field missions CHAMP, GRACE and GOCE in the LEO orbit. Geometrical approach is also extended to precise positioning in space using multi-GNSS constellations and space geodesy techniques in the realization of the terrestrial and celestial reference frame of the Earth. This book addresses major new developments that were taking place in space geodesy in the last decade, namely the availability of GPS receivers onboard LEO satellites, the multitude of the new GNSS satellite navigation systems, the huge improvement in the accuracy of satellite clocks and the revolution in the determination of the Earth's gravity field with dedicated satellite missions
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Cataloging source
YDX
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Svehla, Drazen
Dewey number
526/.64
Index
no index present
LC call number
G109.5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Springer theses
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  • Global Positioning System
  • Geodetic astronomy
  • Earth Sciences
  • Geophysics/Geodesy
  • Communications Engineering, Networks
  • Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
Label
Geometrical theory of satellite orbits and gravity field, Drazen Svehla, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Doctoral thesis accepted by the Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Supervisor's Foreword I; Supervisor's Foreword II; Acknowledgements; Contents; Introduction to the Thesis Work Described in this Book; 1 The First Geometric POD of LEO Satellites-A Piece of History; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Geometric and Dynamic Equation of Motion; 1.3 LEO GPS Observation Equation; 1.4 Zero-, Double- and Triple-Difference POD Approaches; 1.5 Zero-Difference Approach; 1.5.1 GPS Receiver Clock and Kinematic POD; 1.5.2 Validation of Kinematic Positions with SLR; 1.6 Double-Difference Approach; 1.7 Triple-Difference Approach; 1.8 Parameter Space in Geometric and Dynamic POD
  • 1.9 Ambiguity Resolution1.9.1 Melbourne-Wübbena Ambiguity Resolution; 1.9.2 Narrow-Lane Ambiguity Resolution; 1.9.3 The Impact of Narrow-Lane Ambiguity Resolution and Tracking Geometry on Ground GPS Double-Differences with LEO Satellites; 1.9.4 Narrow-Lane Kinematic and Reduced-Dynamic Bootstrapping; 1.10 Differential Code Biases and Kinematic POD; References; 2 Reference Frame from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with GPS Constellation and Ground Network of GPS Stations; 2.1 General Remarks on the Combination of a LEO Satellite with the GPS Constellation for Reference Frame Determination
  • 2.2 Terrestrial Frame Parameters from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with the GPS Constellation2.2.1 Geocenter Estimates from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with GPS Constellation; 2.2.2 SLR Network Effect; 2.2.3 Earth Rotation Parameters from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with GPS Constellation; 2.3 An Instantaneous Reference Sphere-A Proposal for the GNSS Orbit Combination and Terrestrial Frame Realization by Means of Least-Squares Collocation; References; 3 Geometrical Model of the Earth's Geocenter Based on Temporal Gravity Field Maps
  • 3.1 Interhemispheric Temperature Asymmetry and Ocean Mass Flux Between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres3.2 The Geocenter Rate from Pear-Shaped Zonal Spherical Harmonics; 3.3 Rate in the Even-Degree Zonal Spherical Harmonics as a Measure of Sea Level Rise and Intrinsic Scale of the Reference Frame; References; 4 First Phase Clocks and Frequency Transfer; 4.1 The Concept of Phase Clocks; 4.2 Estimation of Phase Clocks; 4.3 Frequency Transfer Based on Phase Clocks; 4.4 Inter-Frequency and Inter-Channel Biases; References; 5 First Geometric POD of GPS and Galileo Satellites
  • 5.1 The First Geometric Positioning of a GPS SatelliteReferences; 6 Kinematics of IGS Stations; 6.1 Ground Double-Difference GPS Baseline in IGS Network; References; 7 Reduced-Kinematic POD; 7.1 Reduced-Kinematic POD of LEO Satellites; 7.2 Constraints in the Reduced-Kinematic POD; Reference; 8 First GPS Baseline in Space-The GRACE Mission; 8.1 Formation Flying Using GPS; 8.2 GRACE GPS Baseline; 8.3 Along-Track Sub-mm Kinematic Orbit Determination with GRACE-Combination of GPS and K-Band Measurements; References; 9 Geometrical Modeling of the Ionosphere and the Troposphere with LEO Orbit
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319768731
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-76873-1
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1043852005
  • (OCoLC)1043852005
Label
Geometrical theory of satellite orbits and gravity field, Drazen Svehla, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
"Doctoral thesis accepted by the Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Supervisor's Foreword I; Supervisor's Foreword II; Acknowledgements; Contents; Introduction to the Thesis Work Described in this Book; 1 The First Geometric POD of LEO Satellites-A Piece of History; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Geometric and Dynamic Equation of Motion; 1.3 LEO GPS Observation Equation; 1.4 Zero-, Double- and Triple-Difference POD Approaches; 1.5 Zero-Difference Approach; 1.5.1 GPS Receiver Clock and Kinematic POD; 1.5.2 Validation of Kinematic Positions with SLR; 1.6 Double-Difference Approach; 1.7 Triple-Difference Approach; 1.8 Parameter Space in Geometric and Dynamic POD
  • 1.9 Ambiguity Resolution1.9.1 Melbourne-Wübbena Ambiguity Resolution; 1.9.2 Narrow-Lane Ambiguity Resolution; 1.9.3 The Impact of Narrow-Lane Ambiguity Resolution and Tracking Geometry on Ground GPS Double-Differences with LEO Satellites; 1.9.4 Narrow-Lane Kinematic and Reduced-Dynamic Bootstrapping; 1.10 Differential Code Biases and Kinematic POD; References; 2 Reference Frame from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with GPS Constellation and Ground Network of GPS Stations; 2.1 General Remarks on the Combination of a LEO Satellite with the GPS Constellation for Reference Frame Determination
  • 2.2 Terrestrial Frame Parameters from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with the GPS Constellation2.2.1 Geocenter Estimates from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with GPS Constellation; 2.2.2 SLR Network Effect; 2.2.3 Earth Rotation Parameters from the Combination of a LEO Satellite with GPS Constellation; 2.3 An Instantaneous Reference Sphere-A Proposal for the GNSS Orbit Combination and Terrestrial Frame Realization by Means of Least-Squares Collocation; References; 3 Geometrical Model of the Earth's Geocenter Based on Temporal Gravity Field Maps
  • 3.1 Interhemispheric Temperature Asymmetry and Ocean Mass Flux Between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres3.2 The Geocenter Rate from Pear-Shaped Zonal Spherical Harmonics; 3.3 Rate in the Even-Degree Zonal Spherical Harmonics as a Measure of Sea Level Rise and Intrinsic Scale of the Reference Frame; References; 4 First Phase Clocks and Frequency Transfer; 4.1 The Concept of Phase Clocks; 4.2 Estimation of Phase Clocks; 4.3 Frequency Transfer Based on Phase Clocks; 4.4 Inter-Frequency and Inter-Channel Biases; References; 5 First Geometric POD of GPS and Galileo Satellites
  • 5.1 The First Geometric Positioning of a GPS SatelliteReferences; 6 Kinematics of IGS Stations; 6.1 Ground Double-Difference GPS Baseline in IGS Network; References; 7 Reduced-Kinematic POD; 7.1 Reduced-Kinematic POD of LEO Satellites; 7.2 Constraints in the Reduced-Kinematic POD; Reference; 8 First GPS Baseline in Space-The GRACE Mission; 8.1 Formation Flying Using GPS; 8.2 GRACE GPS Baseline; 8.3 Along-Track Sub-mm Kinematic Orbit Determination with GRACE-Combination of GPS and K-Band Measurements; References; 9 Geometrical Modeling of the Ionosphere and the Troposphere with LEO Orbit
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319768731
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-76873-1
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1043852005
  • (OCoLC)1043852005

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