E3S Web Conf.
Volume 227, 2021Annual International Scientific Conference on Geoinformatics – GI 2021: “Supporting sustainable development by GIST”
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Geoinformatics in Geodetic Operations|
|Published online||06 January 2021|
Deformation analysis based on GNSS measurements in Tashkent region
Astronomical Institute of Uzbek Academy of Sciences, 100052, Astronomicheskaya 33, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
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This paper presents the results of the GNSS geodetic network deformation analysis in the Tashkent region, as an example of an urban area, where obtaining reliable information for assessing hazard risk is of great importance. A software package in Delphi language has been developed for the assessment of the datum differences between 2009 and 2011 by implementing the 3D Helmert transformation method. The result revealed that there is significant translation and rotation in the network, while the scale of the network remains almost constant during two years period. The area strain was estimated by the finite element method. Most of the Tashkent region can be considered to be in a high compression (negative dilatation) strain state with maximum value -230cl0-8. On the contrary, remarkable positive dilatation strain is concentrated on the coastline of the Charvak water reservoir, where large strain is about 351.l0-8.
Key words: GNSS network / strain accumulation / finite element method
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