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Meng et al.(2016) proposed an alternative combination of [V.sub.xx], [V.sub.w] and [V.sub.zz] to compute a new [V.sub.zz] which then is used for computing the radial gravity gradient. Since accurate radial gravity gradients can be obtained, we believe that they can be used as a boundary condition to improve some existing gravity field model and to obtain new ones.
The findings illustrate the connection of both the height and gravity gradient along a levelling profile with the resulting correction to the levelling data.
Lovera, "A novel architecture for magnetic attitude control of gravity gradient satellites," in Proceedings of the 16th IFAC Symposium on Automatic Control in Aerospace, vol.
In the north and in the south of the map, the gravity gradients are very high.
That would have required the measurement of the above and below sea-surface gravity gradients. Rather only the below sea-surface gradients were measured, and compared with a predicted gravity gradient using the density of the water and a laboratory value of [G.sub.N] from only one such experiment and, as shown in Fig.
In preparation for this analysis, the value for g at the midpoint of each of the six NIST deadweight stacks was derived from the absolute gravitational acceleration at Tate's reference location and the gravity gradient. During the mass determination, each weight was adjusted to exert its nominal force for the value of g at its stack's midpoint.
This is done by combing the gravity and seismic crustal structure models in computing the isostatic gravity gradient and solving the VMM inverse problem of isostasy.
It concerns especially areas with high values of gravity gradient that are usually observed in areas of geodynamic networks.