A Practical Guide to Adopting the Universal Verification by Sharon Rosenberg, Kathleen Meade PDF

By Sharon Rosenberg, Kathleen Meade

ISBN-10: 057805955X

ISBN-13: 9780578059556

With either cookbook-style examples and in-depth verification heritage, amateur and professional verification engineers will locate info to ease their adoption of this rising Accellera regular.

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Care should be exercised in noting and in allowing for the height above ground for both the alidade 4-4 and the point sighted. The proper corrections for the refraction should be applied whenever appropriate. (2) When the work on the initial station is finished repeat the operation on the station at the other end of the base and on as many additional stations as may be necessary to complete the work. If practical, all triangulation stations that have been plotted on the sheet should be occupied.

3) Each separate unit mass should be as completely contoured as control and visibility permits before the contouring of another feature is begun. Should control alone be lacking, form lines should be lightly sketched in and advantage taken of a favorable view point. An effort should be made to cut-in the lacking control. By treating (5) In saddles between hills. 4-8 (3) Along the top and foot of steep slopes. (4) In valleys and along streams. d. Contour lines are drawn on the map by logical contouring.

The wing nut for rotation is the lower nut or the one located furthest below the plane table. 4-15. Plane-Table Equipment Checklist b. Secure (snug, but not too tight) the Johnson head-ball and socket wing nut for leveling (closest to the plane table). Make sure the plotted control point has been plumbed over the actual control point. Place the alidade in the center of the plane table or over the Johnson head. With one hand holding the plane table fixed, carefully loosen the leveling wing nut and level the table with the bull’s eye bubble.

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