>it results in a torsional moment that is applied to the tower. This torque
>is impossible to eliminate unless one can redesign the boom to mast
>connection so that the boom is split about the mast, so that the mast and
>boom centerlines are aligned.
Not so. Torque compensating "plates" can be attached to the boom or the
boom can be extended on the short side by adding a "hunk" of boom.
Read Leeson's book.
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