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Jari Jussila wrote:
> Some time ago there was mentioned here in TowerTalk-reflector, that
> when a
> (high) tower collapses for any reason, the parts of the tower fall down in
> a circle, which is maximum 30 % of the length of the tower. (I hope I could
> explain that clear enough) Could anybody help me to find that message or to
> find relevant information.
> A friend of mine has a severe problem with his neighbour demanding
> him to
> move his tower 3 meters further from his house. The house is 40 meters from
> the 42 meter high tower. The neighbour is afraid that the tower collapses
> and ruins his house ....
> Jari OH2BU/OH7RF
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I have some information on tower falls. The data was obtained from differrent
company. It shows 14 collapses one of wich was controlled. the contolled fall
radius of 65% to height. the rest were under 50% of height. I would be glad to
you a copy.Email me a name and address.
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