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## [TowerTalk] Ginpole for 20 foot sections

 To: [TowerTalk] Ginpole for 20 foot sections James.E.Brown@lrdor.usace.army.mil (Brown, James E LRDOR) Wed, 13 Jun 2001 11:50:37 -0700
 ```And what if there are no workers applying "downforce", but instead the end of the line is tied off to a tree, and the load is suspended static? Jim W4LC -----Original Message----- From: Paul Finch [mailto:paulfinch@msn.com] Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 2:24 PM To: Tower Talk; n4kg@juno.com Subject: RE: [TowerTalk] Ginpole for 20 foot sections Hello, So the weight exhibited to the Gin pole at the top pulley mount point is the down force of the load line plus down force it takes to hold the load static at the workers end of the load line? No matter how many times the advantage. Right? Paul Finch WB5IDM -----Original Message----- From: owner-towertalk@contesting.com [mailto:owner-towertalk@contesting.com]On Behalf Of n4kg@juno.com Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 1:46 PM To: TOWERTALK@contesting.com Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Ginpole for 20 foot sections More N4KG observations and comments inserted below. On Wed, 13 Jun 2001 12:18:30 -0400 "Guy Olinger, K2AV" writes: > The reduction mechanism of a ganged pulley system is in the number of > feet of rope the worker pulls in as a ratio to the distance the load > travels. In a two to one system the worker pulls 200 feet of rope to > lift the object 100 feet, thus the analog to a lever, and the > advantage. The distance traveled is a RESULT of the mechanical advantage, NOT the CAUSE, but can be used to calculate the mechanical advantage. N4KG > Two to one: rope tied at top block, through pulley at bottom block, > through pulley at top block, to worker. > > Three to one: rope tied at bottom block, through pulley at top > block, through pulley at bottom block, through pulley at top block, > to worker. > > Four to one: rope tied at top block, through pulley at bottom block, > through pulley at top block, through pulley at bottom block, through > pulley at top block, to worker. > > 73 Note the presense of MULTIPLE pulleys at the top of the block and tackle. A GIN pole has only ONE pulley at the top. The only way to get a mechanical advantage is to use a SEPARATE block and tackle with a SECOND ROPE. As I said before, this helps the puller but does nothing to reduce the load on the GIN Pole. de Tom N4KG > > > > > From: Mike Gilmer - N2MG To: > > Date: 2001/06/13 Wed AM 09:06:35 EDT > > To: towertalk@contesting.com > > Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Ginpole for 20 foot sections > > > > Nothing "magical" about it... > > ________________________________________________________________ GET INTERNET ACCESS FROM JUNO! Juno offers FREE or PREMIUM Internet access for less! Join Juno today! For your FREE software, visit: http://dl.www.juno.com/get/tagj. List Sponsor: Are you thinking about installing a tower this summer? Call us for information on our fabulous Trylon Titan self-supporting towers - up to 96-feet for less than \$2000! at 888-833-3104 www.ChampionRadio.com ----- FAQ on WWW: http://www.contesting.com/FAQ/towertalk Submissions: towertalk@contesting.com Administrative requests: towertalk-REQUEST@contesting.com Problems: owner-towertalk@contesting.com List Sponsor: Are you thinking about installing a tower this summer? Call us for information on our fabulous Trylon Titan self-supporting towers - up to 96-feet for less than \$2000! at 888-833-3104 www.ChampionRadio.com ----- FAQ on WWW: http://www.contesting.com/FAQ/towertalk Submissions: towertalk@contesting.com Administrative requests: towertalk-REQUEST@contesting.com Problems: owner-towertalk@contesting.com List Sponsor: Are you thinking about installing a tower this summer? Call us for information on our fabulous Trylon Titan self-supporting towers - up to 96-feet for less than \$2000! at 888-833-3104 www.ChampionRadio.com ----- FAQ on WWW: http://www.contesting.com/FAQ/towertalk Submissions: towertalk@contesting.com Administrative requests: towertalk-REQUEST@contesting.com Problems: owner-towertalk@contesting.com ```
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