In a message dated 3/24/2006 10:27:49 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> Just wondering if anyone has pointers (web urls, documents they can post
etc) to info, advice, data etc on towers, footings & guy anchor
points, of towers & masts of various sizes. It seems to me that a web
resource like this for hams everywhere would be a much liked resource to
be able to turn to.??
The only thing I've seen is the Radian-Rohn website -
_www.radiancorp.com_ (http://www.radiancorp.com) . You can look up the
drawings and other specs
While your tower might not be a Rohn, you can make some inferences from
their specs. Match up your tower - guyed, self-supporting, height - and look
up what you need for three different windspeeds - 70, 90 and 110 MPH. While
the tower might be different, the wind forces are the same.
Cheers & GL,
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