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#### Improved Model of Refracted Horizontal Angle: Dependency on Zenith Angle

*American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture*.

**2023**, 11(2), 38-44 doi:10.12691/ajcea-11-2-2

**Figure****1.***L**and**P*_{0}are corrected distance and position of point, but due to refraction*P*_{1}

**Figure 2****.**Effects of horizontal refraction in the plane*X**Y,**r*_{ii}*r*_{ik}

**Figure 3****.***dhr*and horizontal shift. Above: positive and below: negative refracted angle. The photos were modified by (https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Refraction)

**Figure 4.***b*refracted Ω and non-refracted*z*zenith angle [10]

**Figure 5****.**Refracted horizontal angle (*arcsecond/m*) w.r.t zenith angle (°). (i.e., zenith angle smaller and larger than 90° corresponds to above and below horizon, respectively)

**Figure 6****.**Refracted horizontal angle (*arcsec/m*) w.r.t pressure (*hPa*)

**Figure 7****.**Refracted horizontal angle (*arcsec/m*) w.r.t temperature (°C)