At 01:15 PM 6/10/01 -0700, Stu Greene wrote:
>I regret (1) having thought about the question and (2) expressing my views.
>Each posting has been read and considered and then, even more confused, I
>ran a Google search on the question >surface area of a cylinder<
>http://www.math.com/tables/geometry/surfareas.htm is the easiest to
>understand but the intangible of how much of the area of the element should
>be calculated for wind loading purposes rermains.
>It seems to me that to solve wind loading area we need a wind tunnel, a
>Cray computer, and professors of logic, mathematics and physics,
>preferably from a top notch engineering university, and an Act of Congress.
>This is not an easy question and I quit
Or on the other hand you could get a copy of K7NV's Yagistress, which
incorporates the latest thinking on the aerodynamics of Yagi antennas, as
well as their mechanics.
73, Pete N4ZR
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