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" PROJECTION supposes each parallel of latitude to be developed upon its own cone, the vertex of which is on the axis, at its intersection with the tangent to the meridian at the parallel. "
Projection Tables for the Use of the United States Navy: Comprising a New ... - Page 27
de United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel - 1869 - 236 pages
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A Naval Encyclopædia: Comprising a Dictionary of Nautical Words and Phrases ...

1880 - 1005 pages
...largest extends from Cape Hatteras to Cape Sable. This is a modification of the conical projection, and supposes each parallel of latitude to be developed...upon its own cone, the vertex of which is on the axis of the sphere at its intersection with the tangent to the meridian at the parallel. The “Projection...
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The American Practical Navigator: Being an Epitome of Navigation and ...

Nathaniel Bowditch - 1888 - 647 pages
...along the coast line the Polyconic projection is used, in which each parallel of latitude is supposed to be developed upon its own cone, the vertex of which...with the tangent to the meridian at the parallel. Each sheet is an independent one, and adjoining ones are connected by the triangulation points. For...
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Navigation and Nautical Astronomy

John Huntington Crane Coffin - 1898 - 221 pages
...find this belongs to great-circle sailing. 27. In Polyconic Projection each parallel of latitude is developed upon its own cone, the vertex of which is...with the tangent to the meridian at the parallel. The advantage of a chart so constructed is that those portions lying near the central meridian will be...
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Text-book on Geodesy and Least Squares

Charles L[ee] Crandall - 1907 - 329 pages
...— This projection is the one most generally used in platting geodetic and topographic surveys. It supposes each parallel of latitude to be developed upon its own cone, the vertex of which is on theAaxis at its intersection with the tangent -to the meridian at the parallel. In Fig. 82 the side...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Volume 17

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - 1912
...upon a Bonne projection. In the polyconic projection, it is assumed that each parallel of latitude is developed upon its own cone, the vertex of which is on the axis of the sphere at its intersection with the tangent to the meridian at the parallel. Theoretically,...
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Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Volume 34

American Geographical Society of New York - 1902
...and Map Making. superintendent of the US Coast Survey, FR Hassler, between 1816 and 1820.* Supposing each parallel of latitude to be developed upon its...which is on the axis, at its intersection with the FIG. 5. MERCATOR'S PROJECTION. 60 60' SO' 40' 30' eo50' 50' 40' 40" Azirc* M deir* 30' 60 50' S0' tangent...
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