Graphic Analysis of Guyed Masts

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Graphic Analysis of Guyed Masts

The Structural Engineer
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Rowland, E H

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Rowland, E H

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A method is presented in which the differences in stay tensions necessary to maintain equilibrium in a mast subjected to wind loading are related to the actual tensions developed in the stays as a result of changes in length of the stay chords caused by a
displacement of the mast from an initial position.

E.H. Rowland

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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