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    E for Clarke 1866 was Re: Silicon Sea : Leg 69
    From: Sam Chan
    Date: 2001 Apr 11, 01:48 EDT

    > On 10 Apr 2001, at 16:25, Sam Chan wrote:
    > [Snip previous]
    > >
    > > Using a new course of 298T, I get the following results using a method
    > > that account for the ellipsoid eccentricity: DR = 13d 21.8N, 59d 44.3W.
    I
    > > used a table of Latitude Parts to calculate the difference in latitude
    > > parts in place of the difference in latitude. The table is similar to
    the
    > > table of Meridional parts. The table of Latitude parts was generated
    using
    > > the eccentricity of WGS84. What method is used in your program?
    >
    > Currently set to Clarke of 1866
    >
     Dan,
    What is e for the Clarke. I have spreadsheets set up to generate tables of
    Meridional Parts and Latitude Parts. I would like to see what this will do
    to the calculation.
    Sam
    

       
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