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3 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Vertical distance between center of transit and rod intersected by middle horizontal crosshair
Vertical distance=1/2*((Stadia factor*Rod intercept*sin(2*Vertical inclination of line of sight))+(Instrument constant*sin(Vertical inclination of line of sight))) GO
Stadia distance from instrument spindle to rod
Stadia distance=Intercept on rod*((Focal length of telescope/Rod intercept)+Stadia constant) GO
Intercept on rod between two sighting wires
Intercept on rod=Stadia distance/((Focal length of telescope/Rod intercept)+Stadia constant) GO

Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod Formula

Horizontal distance=(Stadia factor*Rod intercept*(cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight))^2)+(Instrument constant*cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight))
H=(K*i*(cos(a))^2)+(f+c*cos(a))
More formulas
Vertical distance between center of transit and rod intersected by middle horizontal crosshair GO
Additive constant or stadia constant GO
Stadia distance from instrument spindle to rod GO
Intercept on rod between two sighting wires GO

What is horizontal distance ?

The Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod formula is defined as the total horizontal distance. Now as i ,f and d are constants we can write that the total horizontal distance i.e. D= K.S + C where , K= =Multiplying constant C=f+d= Additive constant

How to Calculate Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod?

Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod calculator uses Horizontal distance=(Stadia factor*Rod intercept*(cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight))^2)+(Instrument constant*cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight)) to calculate the Horizontal distance, The Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod formula is defined as the total horizontal distance. Horizontal distance and is denoted by H symbol.

How to calculate Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod, enter Stadia factor (K), Rod intercept (i), Vertical inclination of line of sight (a) and Instrument constant (f+c) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.513965 = (1*3*(cos(30))^2)+(0.3048*cos(30)).

FAQ

What is Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod?
The Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod formula is defined as the total horizontal distance and is represented as H=(K*i*(cos(a))^2)+(f+c*cos(a)) or Horizontal distance=(Stadia factor*Rod intercept*(cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight))^2)+(Instrument constant*cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight)). Stadia factor is the ratio of the focal distance to the distance between the stadia hairs, Rod intercept gives the reading from the rod, Vertical inclination of line of sight measured from the horizontal and Instrument constant also known as additive constant.
How to calculate Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod?
The Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod formula is defined as the total horizontal distance is calculated using Horizontal distance=(Stadia factor*Rod intercept*(cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight))^2)+(Instrument constant*cos(Vertical inclination of line of sight)). To calculate Horizontal distance between center of transit and rod, you need Stadia factor (K), Rod intercept (i), Vertical inclination of line of sight (a) and Instrument constant (f+c). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Stadia factor, Rod intercept, Vertical inclination of line of sight and Instrument constant and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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