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A conventional value for the geoid reference potential W0

SÁNCHEZ, L. ČUNDERLÍK, R. DAYOUB, N. MIKULA, K. MINARECHOVÁ, Z. ŠÍMA, Z. VATRT, V. VOJTÍŠKOVÁ, M.

Originální název

A conventional value for the geoid reference potential W0

Anglický název

A conventional value for the geoid reference potential W0

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

W0 is defined as the potential value of a particular level surface of the Earth’s gravity field called the geoid. Since the most accepted definition of the geoid is understood to be the equipotential surface that coincides with the worldwide mean ocean surface, a usual approximation of W0 is the averaged potential value WS at the mean sea surface.

Anglický abstrakt

W0 is defined as the potential value of a particular level surface of the Earth’s gravity field called the geoid. Since the most accepted definition of the geoid is understood to be the equipotential surface that coincides with the worldwide mean ocean surface, a usual approximation of W0 is the averaged potential value WS at the mean sea surface.

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@article{BUT133372,
  author="Laura {Sánchez} and Robert {Čunderlík} and Nadim {Dayoub} and Karol {Mikula} and Zuzana {Minarechová} and Zdislav {Šíma} and Viliam {Vatrt} and Marie {Vojtíšková}",
  title="A conventional value for the geoid reference potential W0",
  annote="W0 is defined as the potential value of a particular
level surface of the Earth’s gravity field called the geoid.
Since the most accepted definition of the geoid is understood
to be the equipotential surface that coincides with the worldwide
mean ocean surface, a usual approximation of W0 is the
averaged potential value WS at the mean sea surface.",
  address="Springer",
  chapter="133372",
  doi="10.1007/s00190-016-0913-x",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Springer",
  number="9",
  volume="90",
  year="2016",
  month="may",
  pages="815--835",
  publisher="Springer",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}