>In a message dated 98-03-26 18:45:00 EST, you write:
>> Here are my unanswered questions. These are related to Rohn 45.
> I just checked my outgoing mailbox and they still looked unanswered -
>> Since Rohn's wind loads are substantially higher for a house bracketed
>> tower (at 56' and 28') (32 sq. ft. at 70 mph) than a tower with their
>> recommended guys at 35' and 65' (9.5 sq. ft. at 70 mph assuming tower
>> ft. for sidearms and 6 transmission lines coming up the sides), how much
>> wind load, if any, would be gained by using 3 guys at 23' increments?
> Kinda inconsistent, eh? I really don't know why the discrepancy
>they consider a building to be stronger than sets of guys - hi.
It might be that the portion of tower that is next to the building is not
exposed to the wind that a guyed tower would experience.
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