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000193432 001__ 193432 000193432 005__ 20181127114100.0 000193432 041__ $$aeng 000193432 1001_ $$aHolota, P 000193432 24510 $$aLaplacian Versus Topography in the Solution of the Linear Gravimetric Boundary Value Problem by Means of Successive Approximations 000193432 5203_ $$9eng$$aThe aim of this paper is to discuss the solution of the linearized gravimetric boundary value problem by means of the method of successive approximations. We start with the relation between the geometry of the solution domain and the structure of Laplace’s operator. Similarly as in other branches of engineering and mathematical physics a transformation of coordinates is used that offers a possibility to solve an alternative between the boundary complexity and the complexity of the coefficients of the partial differential equation governing the solution. Laplace’s operator has a relatively simple structure in terms of ellipsoidal coordinates which are frequently used in geodesy. However, the physical surface of the Earth substantially differs from an oblate ellipsoid of revolution, even if it is optimally fitted. Therefore, an alternative is discussed. A system of general curvilinear coordinates such that the physical surface of the Earth is imbedded in the family of coordinate surfaces is used. Clearly, the structure of Laplace’s operator is more complicated in this case. It was deduced by means of tensor calculus and in a sense it represents the topography of the physical surface of the Earth. Nevertheless, the construction of the respective Green’s function is more simple, if the solution domain is transformed. This enables the use of the classical Green’s function method together with the method of successive approximations for the solution of the linear gravimetric boundary value problem expressed in terms of new coordinates. The structure of iteration steps is analyzed and where useful also modified by means of the integration by parts. Comparison with other methods is discussed. 000193432 655_4 $$aanotace 000193432 653_0 $$aEarth’s gravity field 000193432 653_0 $$aboundary value problems 000193432 653_0 $$atransformation of coordinates 000193432 653_0 $$aLaplace’s operator 000193432 653_0 $$aGreen’s function method 000193432 653_0 $$asuccessive approximations 000193432 7001_ $$aNesvadba, Otakar 000193432 7730_ $$92017 000193432 85642 $$uhttps://www.rvvi.cz/riv?s=jednoduche-vyhledavani&ss=detail&h=RIV%2F00025615%3A_____%2F17%3AN0000042%21RIV18-GA0-00025615 000193432 85640 $$uhttp://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/EGU2017-19061.pdf 000193432 943__ $$aRIV:O 000193432 980__ $$aclanky_vugtk 000193432 985__ $$aanotace 000193432 985__ $$ariv 000193432 985__ $$aholota