BS 8100- Part 4

Kgs
Mean Site Wind Speed
Vs

A

5400

B

1620

C Arm

7900

VB xSbxSdxSc

=

Where
3 sec Gust wind speed

=

50.00 m/s

For Zone

1

180 Kmph

Relative Hourly Mean Wind speed
Vb

=

Sa

=

24.5 m/s

Zone

Altitude factor

Velocity
Hr Mean W S
Cl 3.1.4 : S a = 1 + 0.001 D
When D is 100m

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3

Ss

=
=
=
=

Vz

=

26.9 m/s

Section 4
Section 5

MW
MW Dia
GSM
A1
B1
C (Arm 1)

C

Vs

Pi
pe

Direction factor
Cl 3.1.5 : S d
1.0
Seasonal factor
Cl 3.1.6 & Annex E : S s
1.0

en
ne

=

et
e

Sd

1.1

An
t

=

on
r

Sa

VsxSoxgn

A2
B2
C (Arm 2)

ei
g

Terrain Factor

Country Terrain;
S 0 = S c (1 + S h)
Where S c : Fetch Factor = 1.3
S h : Topography Factor =

0.6 0.6 (Cl 3.2.4 & Annex H)

D

L

2.08

U

S0 =

W
in

d

=

H

S0

Fo ht
rc
e

GSM Antennae
0.6 MW Dishes
GSM Antennae
0.6 MW Dishes
Section 1
Section 1.2
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5

gn

=

Vz

=

1.2

Trun Mome

26.901

=

x

2.08

67.1 m/s

x

1.2

242 Kmph

For Survival Condition

W k (W pressure)
=

0.56 x V z 2

=

2525 N/m2

=

2.525 kN/m2

For Servisibility Condition
Wk

=
=

V b x Sa x So
24.455
x
56.0 m/s

W k operational
=

1.1

x

2.08

201 Kmph

0.56 x Vk 2

=

1753 N/m2

=

1.753 kN/m2
Selected Factor

Multiplication Factor for operational to survival
W k operational

Zone
1
Multi Factor0.56

W k Survival

1.7
1.0

:
:

2.5
1.47

R AW = C N K A A A Sin 2 q
CN
For Power cables

=

0.6
W k KN/m2

Force /kN/m

2
0.575

Option1
Option2

CN
0.6
2.0

KA
1.000
1.000

Dia(m)
0.025
0.025

No.
4
4

AA
0.1
0.1

R AW Operational
SurvivalOperational
Survival
0.060
1.753 2.525 0.105 0.151
0.200
1.753 2.525 0.351 0.505

ANTENNA ANCILLARIES
R AW = C A K A A A
MW Dishes
At height/(m)
Nos
33.00

Dia
2.0

Wk kN/m2
Antenne
Force/Antennae kN
CA
R AW
Wt
Dead(kN)
OperationalSurevival
Area (m2)K A
Operational
Survival
1.2
180 1.765
1.753 2.525
1.131
1.0 1.262 1.4269
2.502
3.603

R AW = C A K A A A
CA

=

1.18

KA

=

1.0

Cellular Antennas ( GSM )
At Height
(m)
34.90

Nos

Size

Wt

Dead

Wk kN/m2

Antenne K A

BxH
(Kg)
(kN)
OperationalSurevival
Area/(m2)
6.0 0.27 x 2.90
18.5 0.181
1.753 2.525
0.783

CA
1

Force/Antenne kN
R AW
Operational
Surevival
1.18 0.9239
1.62
2.33

Operational Wind Speed

Structural components
AS
Structural Pipe/Rod
No
Dia. (m)
Section-01
2.0
0.0483
(Above32m)
2.0
0.0160
2.0
0.0160

Section-01
(Bellow32m)

Section-02

Section-03

Section-04

Section-05

2.0
2.0
2.0

2.0
2.0
2.0

2.0
2.0
2.0

2.0
2.0
2.0

2.0
2.0
2.0

Anciliary Components
( Data Cable )
AA

Length Area Dia
No
(m2)
(m)
0.6000 0.0580
0.025
0.3805 0.0122
0.2340 0.0075
0.0776

0.0483 0.6000 0.0580
0.0160 0.3805 0.0122
0.0160 0.2340 0.0075
0.0776

0.0250

0.0483 0.6000 0.0580
0.0160 0.4633 0.0148
0.0160 0.3530 0.0113
0.0841

0.0250

0.0483 0.8000 0.0773
0.0160 0.6225 0.0199
0.0160 0.4770 0.0153
0.1125

0.0250

0.0483 0.8000 0.0773
0.0160 0.7573 0.0242
0.0160 0.6430 0.0206
0.1221

0.0250

0.0483 0.8000 0.0773
0.0160 0.8846 0.0283
0.0160 0.7890 0.0252
0.1308

0.0250

Width Height Solidity Drag
(m)
(m) Ratio
Coeff
C NC
b
h
y

Kq

RM

Operational
Wind Force
Wk
Pipes
kN/m2
kN

Length Area
m2
(m)
0
0.600 0.0000

0.0000 0.2840 0.6000
0

0.3477 1.1000 1.0 0.0925

1.753 0.2703

0.2561 1.1000 1.0 0.1237

1.753 0.2711

0.2202 1.1000 1.0 0.1343

1.753 0.2943

0.1952 1.1000 1.0 0.1439

1.753 0.3154

0.8000 0.0000

0.0000 0.6930 0.8000
0

1.753 0.2563

0.8000 0.0000

0.0000 0.5490 0.8000
0

0.4555 1.1300 1.0 0.0877

0.6000 0.0000

0.0000 0.4030 0.6000
0

1.753 0.2563

0.6000 0.0000

0.0000 0.2840 0.6000
0

0.4555 1.1300 1.0 0.0877

0.8000 0.0000

0.0000 0.8380 0.8000

Zone

1

With

6.0

GSM

2.0

&

MW Dishes

OVER TURNING STABILITY CALCULATION

A

A

Stability Circle

f

YPlatform

k
p

s

Y=0
B

YC
LF Cos 60

LF
LF Sin 60

C

Checking the side most likely to fail

Center of Gravity Without Concrete
Weight
Tower+Head Load
1533 Kg
Shelter
0 Kg
Tower Frame 289 Kg
2 Front Poly Pts(Arm)
576 Kg
2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm)
0 Kg
Base Struc Wt3045 Kg
Wt of Accessories0 Kg
Resultant Wt 5443 Kg

Force
15,034
0
2,835
5,651
0
29,871
0
53,391

Y
0.500
4.750
0.300
-3.000
6.000
1.700
0.000
0.790

Tr M (J)
7.52
E+03
0.00
E+00
8.51
E+02
-1.70
E+04
0.00
E+00
5.08
E+04
0.00
E+00
4.22
E+04

For Power cables

Option1
Option2

CN
0.6
2.0

KA
1.000
1.000

Dia(m)
0.025
0.025

No.
4
4

AA
0.1
0.1

W k KN/m2
Force /kN/m
R AW Operational
SurvivalOperational
Survival
0.060
1.753 2.525 0.105 0.151
0.200
1.753 2.525 0.351 0.505

Center of Gravity of the system with Concrete
Weight
Force
Y
Tr M (J)
Tower+Head Load
1533 Kg 15,034 0.500 7.52
E+03
Shelter
0 Kg
0 4.750 0.00
E+00
Tower Frame 289 Kg 2,835 0.300 8.51
E+02
2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm)
0 Kg
0 6.000 0.00
E+00
2 Nos Concrete @ A
10800 Kg 105,948 6.000 6.36
E+05
2 Nos Concrete @ B3240 Kg 31,784 0.000 0.00
E+00
2 Nos Concrete @ C
15800 Kg 154,998 -3.000 -4.65
E+05
2 Front Poly Pts(Arm)
576 Kg 5,651 -3.000 -1.70
E+04
Base Struc Wt3045 Kg 29,871 1.700 5.08
E+04
Wt of Accessories0 Kg
0 0.000 0.00
E+00
Resultant Wt 35283 Kg 346,121 0.615 2.13
E+05

Turning Moment = WF Per Segment x No of Segments x Elevation

Total Wind Turning Moment
=
1576.07 KNm
Total Wt of the System
=
Leverage Required =

346 KN
Total Wind Turning Moment / Total Wt of the System
4.55 m

Y Platform =
X Platform =

6.5
2.3

Y CG

=

0.615

L

=

6

=
Tan

d

f

(Length of Guy Arm)

Tan -1{ ( L x Sin 60) / (Y platform + Lx Cos60)}

=

5.20
9.50

=

28.68 Degrees

=
Tan

(Center of gravity of system with concrete Blocks)

Tan -1{ ( X Platform) / (Y platform - Y CG)}

=

2.30
4.20

=

28.71 Degrees

=

X Platform / Sin

f

=

=

4.79

k

f+d

Sin

Comparisan to select the side Most likely to fail
Side Leverage

=

k

Sin

f+d

4.03 Failure
A legs leverage

=

(Y platform - Y CG)
5.88 Stable

C legs leverage

Radius of Stability Circle

0.89

=

(Y CG + L x Cos 60)

=

3.62 Failure

=

4.55

1.29

0.79

Concrete Blocks Required
W 53.391 KN
0.790 m Y CG

A
3

6
72 KN

224 KN

B

C
186 KN

Taking Moments about A
Over turning moment=
=
Moment of self Weight
=
=
Resultant Moment =
=
Required Weight

=
=

186 x 9
1674 KNm
W x ( 6 - Y CG )
278.15
Over turning moment - Moment of self Weight
1395.85
Resultant Moment / ( 6 + 3)
155.09 Nm

Taking moment
Overabout
Turning Moment
Moment of Self WtResultant MomentRequired Wt
@
KNm
KNm
KNm
KN
about A
1674
278.15
1395.85
155.09
C
about C

648

202.37

445.63

49.51

A

1
5400

1
1.4 Over Lap

2

3

Kg

1.40

1.40

1.40

5400

1620

A (Near Goose Neck1)

Kg

5400

3900

3200

1620

7900

B ( Under Twr1)

Kg

1620

1620

1620

7900

1.29 Goose

C (Arm 1)

Kg

7900

7900

7900

0.89 Side

A (Near Goose Neck2)

Kg

5400

3900

3200

0.79 Legs

B ( Under Twr2)

Kg

1620

1620

1620

C (Arm 2)

Kg

7900

7900

7900

29840

26840

25440

29840

0.615

Center of Gravity

1

Zone

180

KPH

24.46

m/s
mm
mm

0.0483
0.0483

mm
mm
0.0483 mm
2.0
Nos
1.2
Nos
6.0
Nos
5400 Kg
1620 Kg
7900 Kg
5400 Kg
1620 Kg
7900 Kg
29.84 Ton
34.90 m

3240

0.0483
0.0483

33.00
4.860
5.003
0.256
0.256
0.270
0.271
0.294
0.315

m
kN
kN
kN/m
kN/m
kN/m
kN/m
kN/m
kN/m

Perational
Vb

Zone

2

3

TIA
33.13

1
SL
24.46

Pitch 1
Pitch 2
Pitch 3

29.80
23.13

21.25
17.50

Pitch 4
Pitch 5

Post Desaster
1

120

2

105
85

3

Survival
Vs
24.46
1.1
1

V k = V b x Sa x So

1.50

m/hr

1
1

1.62

1.5

Sa
Ss

Altitude Factor

1.3
0.6

26.9005
1.3
0.6
1

VsxSbxSdxSc
Sc
Sh
Sd

2.08
0
55.95304

2.08
1.2
67.14

S 0 = S c (1 + S h)
Gamma Partial SF
Vz=VsxSoxgn

0.6
0.6
0.8
0.8
0.8

06 0.753 2524.782 Nm 1753.22 1.56 N/m2 kN/m2 Wk Wind Pressure .63 2.59 0.525 Ratio 1.440 0.

3 0.59 .

.

.

.

.

525 0.7808 0.Survival Wk kN/m2 Wind Force Pipes kN Prof val Rest R av= cn ka aa sin 2 shy 2.525 0.1667 2.0896 0.1427 #REF! -0.1319 2.1516 2.1140 #REF! #REF! 2.8476 0.1629 .1850 #REF! -0.1040 #REF! #REF! 2.525 0.5837 0.525 0.525 0.5536 0.525 0.1392 #REF! -0.5536 0.1120 0.9084 0.1525 #REF! -0.

.

.

25 m 20.75 m .26.

25 m .15.

6 1x1 3240 2400 6480 4800 over lap 3 .5x.25 m 1.75 m 4.9.

1.3 1620 3240 Z A 5500 Rear B 0 16000 Front 5400 Kg 5400 Kg 1620 Kg 1620 Kg 7900 Kg 7900 Kg .5 x .

.

7572 .5473 24.77.

7808 Section 4 Section 5 0.2943 0.25 Section 1.020 m2 17 0.675 m2 3.65 0.059 m2 18 21 0.6025 110 180 24.2943 4.131 m2 2.5837 Section 3 0.25 0.052 m2 18 0.8476 0.2563 32.0.055 m2 0.5536 95 75 160 120 21.0 1.5536 17.5017 3.0 2.50 Section 2 0.2563 0.35 0.2711 0.2563 25.9084 120 210 ok Elevation App Loads m ISURU 34.55 0.30 1620 Wind Force effect UDL Description Area Repetition Operational Survival of Segments kN kN m/hr Operationl Neutral Structure In Sri Lanka Mean Wind Speed GSM Antennae 0.65 0.037 m2 18 0.6199 2.3154 .3154 0.2 0.2711 11.90 4.2703 18.8596 33.2563 0.014 m2 1 0.00 5.46 Section 1 0.45 0.2703 0.6 MW Dishes 1.0035 32.3326 m/s 0.

Wind Pressure .

.

.

.

.

.

1935 0.0376 0.1935 0.Cable s Sin 2 Shy 0.0000 0.0477 0.0000 0.0000 .0000 0.0000 Prof Has Considered 16mm Rods 0.0000 0.1161 0.0641 0.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

68949 0.56 264.08 1.5536 8.2563 0.660181 782.3025 59.79 255.60 244.725192 82.8594 88.38 1576.17 302.2050 165.37 18.0454 19.367034 4.494742 5.513 .71 5.74 4.3615 122.Turning Moment Pt Force Operational Survival Operational Surv KN KNm 4.596099 4.2931 9.7023 15.77 5.12 237.07 4.0035 7.29 28.22 8.7970 10.247771 0.539735 4.2730 140.48 170.9978 169.2241 6.77 4.76 2.04 7.8123 13.8596 6.

90 m/s Description Results .0 Clause 3.1x1x1 Reference 26.1.3 VS  Vb S a S s S d Vs = Mean Wind Speed Vb = Basic Wind Speed (Hourly Mean Wind Speed) Sa = Altitude Factor Ss = Seasonal Factor Sd = Directional Factor v Vs = Clause 3.1.5 & Table 1 Sd = 1.1.Reference BS 8100-4 Description Results WIND SPEEDS Mean Wind Spped Mean Wind Speed = 180 km/h for Zone 1 Corresponding Hourly Mean Wind Speed = 24.001x100 1.1.0 1.455 m/s Clause 3.6 & Annex E-1 Sd = 1.0 1.001  Δ = Elevation from the Mean See Level Δ= 100 m Sa = 1+0.46x1.0 VS  Vb S a S s S d Vs = 24.46 m/s 24.1 Clause 3.46 m/s S a  1 + 0.4 24.

08 considering Upper Graph Performance γv = Vz = 26.2 67.3 Clause 3.2 1.14 m/s Results .2 Reference Description m/s 1.6) Figure 1 2.2.6 So = 1.1 V z  VS S o g v Vz = Effective Wind Speed VS = Mean Wind Speed So = Terrain Factor γv = Partial Safety Factor for Wind Speed VS = Clause 3.90 m/s For an Open Country Terrain S o  S c 1 + S b  Sc = Fetch Factor Sb = Topography Factor Figure 3 Sc = 1.2.9x2.2.08x1.90 m/s 26.4 Sb = 0.2 26.3(1+0.Effective Wind Speed Clause 3.

08 Description WIND RESISTANBCE 24.08 2.46 m/s m/s 55.2.1 So = 2.08 Reference 24.1 Vk  Vb S a S o Vk = Charasteristic Wind Speed Vb = 1.95 m/s Results .46 m/s Sa = Vk = 24.1 1.46x1.Charasteristic Wind Speed Clause 3.1x2.

4 m Segments of the Topmest Tower Section 1.0122 m 1.3 mm Length of the Pipe Segment = 0.Section Members Clause 4.1 Pipes Outer Diameter of the Pipe = 48.38 m Number of Stiffeners = 2 Area of Pipes Facing to Wind = 2 0.0580 m 1. Face of 0.234 m 2 2 0.4 Power Cables 16 mm 0.2.0075 m Results .3 Horizontal Stiffeners Outer Diameter of the Stiffeners = Length of one Stiffener = Number of Stiffeners = Area of Pipes Facing to Wind = Reference Description 1.2 Diaganal Stiffeners Outer Diameter of the Stiffeners = 16 mm Length of one Stiffener = 0.1 RM  K q C N As RM = Total Wind Resistance Kθ = Wind Incident Factor CN = Overall Normal Drag Coefficient As = Total Area Projected on the Concerned Face 1.6 m Number of Pipes = Area of Pipes Facing to Wind = 2 2 0.

6 2 = 1.13 1.67 2 0.6 m Number of Cables = 0 Area of Cables Facing to Wind = 2 0.0877 mm Reference Description 2.0776 m Width of the Segment =b = 0.Outer Diameter of the Cable = 25 mm Length of one Cable Segment = 0.0877 m RM = For a Wind Load Corresponding to 1m Length of a Tower Section.0000 m Total Solid Area Facing to Wind = A0 = 2 0.1462 m Results . Power Cables R AW  K A C N AA 1. The Multipliction Factore =1/0.0 Figure 8 CN = 1.600 m Area of the Section 2 0.1704 m =A= Solidity Ratio = Ψ = As/A 0.0 1.284 m Height of the Segment =h = 0.667x0.4555 Figure 7 Kθ = 1.13 RM  K q C N As 2 0.

00 Diameter of a Cable = Area of a Unit Weight = Number of Cables Facing Wind = RAW = Reference Description 3.025 m 2 0.3 R AW  K A C N AA RAW = Wind Resistance KA = Reduction Factor for Ancillaries CN = Drag Coefficient AA = Reference Area of the Item Clause 4.3 KA = 1.025 m 3 3 2 0.00 2.0 1. Microwave Antennae R AW  K A C A AA 25 mm 2 0.Clause 4.150 m Results .0 Table 2 CN = 2.

4 CA = 1.2617 Clause 4.0 1.Clause 4.13 m 2 1.4 R AW  K A C A AA CA = Drag Coefficient Clause 4.2 m 2 1.0 Clause 4.26 1.4 Diameter of an Antena = Area of an Antena = Number of Antenae = RAW = Reference Description 4.13 m 2 2 2 2. GSM Antennae R AW  K A C A AA 1.854 m Results .3 KA = 1.

Clause 4.783 m 2 0.90 m 2 0.27 x 2.4 R AW  K A C A AA Clause 4.4 Dimensions of an Antena Area of an Antena = = Number of Antenae = RAW = Reference Description WIND LOADING 0.4 CA = 1.772 m Results .18 1.0 Clause 4.18 Clause 4.783 m 6 6 2 2.3 KA = 1.0 1.

12 kg/m ρa = Vz = Wk = 0.14 m/s 2 2.12x55.2.2 67.12 kg/m 55.44 The Wind Forces for Survival and Operational Conditions can be Calculated by Multiplying these Wind Pressure Values by the Wind Resistance Values of Each Type of Components Description Results Uniformly Distributed Loads Wind Loads on: Operation Survival .2.12 kg/m ρa = Vz = Wk = 0.2 Reference = 55.52 kN/m Operational Conditions W k  r a 2 Vk 2 Vz = Effective Wind Speed 3 1.2.12x67.Clause 5.95 m/s kN/m2 3 1.95 m/s 2 1.12 kg/m 67.75 kN/m 1.14 Clause 5.14 m/s kN/m2 3 1.95 Survival to Oparational ratio Clause 5.5x1.5x1.2 Survival Conditions W k  r a V 2 2 z W k = Meam Wind Pressure ρa = Density of Air Vz = Effective Wind Speed 3 1.

8596 6. .3892 0.6m Diameter MW Antennae Operation Survival kN kN 4.9978 5.Section 1-1 Section 1-2 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Data Cables kN/m 0.3691 0.2943 0.2711 0.0035 7.4542 0.3691 0.2563 0.3787 Point Loads Wind Loads on Antennae 6 GSM Antennae 2 0.2703 0.4238 0.3154 0.2563 0.2630 kN/m 0.2050 The tower has been analyzed fro operational canditions.3904 0.

lk Performed by TOWER SPECIFICATION Tower type Natulre of support Overall height Number of sections 40 m 5 Project . Biyagama Road.TANTRI MARINE ENGINEERING COMPANY Design and Consultation Department No.+94777324380 E-mail . 117.tantri@slt. Kelaniya Date Phone .

76 1.01 2.59 .2 62.4 & Annex H) 2.64 2268.2 68.1.08 68.64 m/s 0.6 2.5 2.08 1.1.1. S 0 = S c (1 + S h) Where S c : Fetch Factor = 1.1 = S0 = Vs 25 x 1.2 27.3 0.001 D When D is 100m Direction factor Cl 3.00 m/s For Zone 3 180 Kmph Relative Hourly Mean Wind speed Vb = 25 m/s Vb Sa = Sa = Sd = Ss = = Altitude factor Cl 3.3 S h : Topography Factor = 0.69 2779.BS 8100.59 x V z 2 2.4 : S a = 1 + 0.Part 4 Mean Site Wind Speed Vs = VsxVbxSdxSc Where 3 sec Gust wind speed = 50.2.1 1.5 m/s Survival Country Terrain.0 Vs = Vz = VsxSoxgn S0 = Terrain Factor 27.08 gn = Vz = = Wind Pressure = = 27.5 1.2 0.5 : S d 1.59 1.067 1.6 (Cl 3.6 & Annex E : S s 1.78 kN/m2 1.3 0.0 Seasonal factor Cl 3.

946 1.0 Force/Antennae kN OperationalSurvival 1.946 1.2 Wk kN/m2 Antenne Dead(kN) Operational Surevival Area (m2) K A 180 1.765 0.135 1.04 2 = 0.025 No.6 2.200 W k KN/m2 Force /kN/m Perational Survival OperationalSurvival 0.0 Wt 1.6 KA 1.0 Option1 Option2 0.For Servisibility Condition Vk = = V b x Sa x So 17.59 x 40.272 ANTENNA ANCILLARIES R AW = C A K A A A At height/(m) Nos 36 Dia 2.18 KA = 1.000 1. 4 4 AA 0.082 0.0 Cellular Antennas At Height Nos Size Wt Dead Wk kN/m2 Antenne KA CA Force / Antenne kN .946 kN/m2 R AW = C N K A A A Sin 2 q CN = CN 0.189 0.060 0.025 0.04 m/s W k operational = 0.1 0.362 1.057 0.94 R AW = C A K A A A CA = 1.131 CA 1.2617 1.362 0.362 0.000 Dia(m) 0.946 1.08 40.1 x 2.1 R AW 0.5 x 1.

5 0.0250 Height (m) 0.2840 0.2840 0.0334 0.0344 Section-01 (Bellow32m) 1.0400 0.4000 0.6930 0.0 2.4000 0.0200 0.(m) 40 BxH (Kg) (kN) Operational Surevival Area/(m2) 6.0400 0.0077 0.87 1.4000 0.0586 4 0.362 0.4000 0.5490 0.946 1.0549 Section-05 2.0250 OperationalSurevival 0.0120 0.27 x 2.26 Area m2 0.0483 0.8320 0.2942 0.0400 0.0130 4 0.4000 0.0162 4 0.4000 0.0120 0.4000 0.0483 0.0386 0.0 2.8380 0.0516 Section-04 2.4000 0.6551 0.0400 0.0 2.0334 0.4000 0.0386 0.4000 0.0120 0.4000 0.0 0.0267 (Above32m) 2.0386 0.0400 0.4030 0.6760 0.4000 0.4260 0.0369 Section-03 2.0120 0.181 0.3210 0.4000 0.4172 0.0400 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 2.3422 0.4000 0.0250 Solidity Ratio y 0.4000 0.4773 0.0250 0.0267 0.3210 0.0 0.3030 0.5410 0.4000 0.0400 0.0267 0.0120 0.0483 0.0 0.0120 0.4000 0.0 0.0400 0.0250 4 0.0 0.0400 0.783 1 Anciliary Components ( Data Cable ) AS Structural Pipe/Rod Length Area Dia No Dia.0334 0. (m) (m2) (m) Section-01 2.0077 No AA Length (m) Width (m) 2.0400 .0 0.90 18.0344 Section-02 2.0102 4 0.18 0.

2 : Checking the side most likely to Center of Gravity Without Concrete Weight Force Tower+Head Load 1533 Kg 15.500 Tr M (J) 7.Over turning stability Calculation A A f d k YPlatform Stability Circle f X Platform YCG s R p m l b q Guyo YTWR Y=0 Line B LF LF Cos 60 LF Sin 60 Figure 8.034 Y 0.2.52 E+03 C .

000 0.000 -9.750 0.32 0.052 m2 14 15.08 0.80 0.790 0.00 Section 2 0.Shelter 0 Kg Tower Frame 289 Kg 2 Front Poly Pts(Arm) 576 Kg 2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm) 0 Kg Base Struc Wt 3045 Kg Wt of Accessories 0 Kg Resultant Wt 5443 Kg 0 2.675 m2 1 30.260 37.000 0.014 m2 14 26.179 51.055 m2 14 9.744 0.43 0.52 E+03 Shelter 0 Kg 0 4.651 -3.00 5.134 48.06 0.2 0.784 -3.00 E+00 Concrete @ C 3240 Kg 31.75 Section 5 0.80 1.871 0 53.25 Section 4 0.25 Description WF per seg Turning Moment KN KNm 1.020 m2 14 24.835 5.54 E+04 2 Front Poly Pts(Arm) 576 Kg 5.00 E+00 Concrete @ A 3240 Kg 31.75 Section 3 0.300 -3.700 5.25 Section 1.00 E+00 Resultant Wt 15163 Kg 148.000 0.500 7.00 4.000 0.220 46.750 0.29 .213 70.000 1.38 E+05 Turning Moment = WF Per Segment x No of Segments x Elevation Wind Force effect Area Repetition Elevation of Segments m GSM Antennae 0.31 347.35 0.00 E+00 Tower Frame 289 Kg 2.700 0.871 1.000 -1.784 6.000 6.51 E+02 2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm) 0 Kg 0 6.784 0.131 m2 1 28.00 8.300 8.70 E+04 Base Struc Wt 3045 Kg 29.22 E+00 E+02 E+04 E+00 E+04 E+00 E+04 Center of Gravity of the system with Concrete Weight Force Y Tr M (J) Tower+Head Load 1533 Kg 15.91 E+05 Concrete @ B 3240 Kg 31.940 54.2 MW Dishes 1.70 0.00 1.51 -1.059 m2 21 4.835 0.391 4.08 E+04 Wt of Accessories 0 Kg 0 0.925 1.034 0.037 m2 14 20.21 0.133 17.00 Section 1 0.236 21.000 1.651 0 29.

20 28.20 9.4 .33 m Y Platform X Platform = = 6.71 Degrees 669663.Y CG)} 2.68 Degrees Tan -1{ ( X Platform) / (Y platform .5 2.Total Wind Turning Moment = Total Wt of the System = Leverage Required = 347.3 Y CG = 0.50 28.925 L = 6 = Tan d = = = Tan f = = (Center of gravity of system with concrete Blocks) (Length of Guy Arm) Tan -1{ ( L x Sin 60) / (Y platform + Lx Cos60)} 5.29 KNm 149 KN Total Wind Turning Moment / Total Wt of the System 2.30 4.

39 A B C (Y CG + L x Cos 60) 3.6 1x1 1.5x.Y CG) 5.03 Stable C legs leverage = = Radius of Stability = Circle Stable Stable Front B 2.3 f+d Comparisan to select the side Most likely to fail Side Leverage= A legs leverage = k Sin f+d 4.5 x .79 = k Sin 1.68 2.58 Rear 1.33 900 3240 Kg 3240 Kg 3240 Kg .73 (Y platform .92 A 1.= X Platform / Sinf = 4.

51 @ C A .Y CG ) Moment of self Weight = = Resultant Moment 278.85 = Resultant Moment / ( 6 + 3) = 155.15 about C 648 202.15 = Over turning moment .391 KN 0.37 Resultant Moment KNm 1395.790 m Y CG 3m 6m 72 KN 224 KN B C 186 KN Taking Moments about A Over turning moment = 186 x 9 = 1674 KNm W x ( 6 .85 445.09 49.Concrete Blocks Required W 53.09 Nm Taking moment Over about Turning Moment Moment of Self Wt KNm KNm about A 1674 278.63 Required Wt KN 155.Moment of self Weight = Required Weight 1395.

Post Desaster Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Sa Altitude Factor Sc Sh S 0 = S c (1 + S h) Gamma Partial SF Vz=VsxSoxgn 120 105 85 Operationl Neutral Structure In Sri Lanka 110 95 75 180 160 120 .

856169 Height Varies .856169 0.06 R AW 0.0.

134 0.225 0.0182 0.0 0.780 0.167759 -0.0267 0.0440 2.0482 2.0440 0.1000 1.0 0.1900 1.780 0.0476 0.780 0.1340 0.1140 0.0 0.0251 0.236 0.2092 1.0244 0.0896 0.1441 0.133966 -0.780 0.0185 0.0645 2.0 0.4000 1.0482 2.1000 1.780 0.4000 1.0219 0.0440 0.0200 0.Drag Coeff C NC OperationalForce Kq Wk kN/m2 RM Prof kN/m with Uni cable With Solidity W k * RM F1 Balance Cable A with shy A no shy Without Solidity Tot F 1.0341 0.0456 0.179207 -0.0000 0.1400 1.0444 0.0128 0.0 0.1900 1.122207 -0.780 0.1525 0.1681 0.0 0.0604 2.1340 1.1392 0.2232 .1040 0.1427 0.133966 -0.1920 0.0148 0.0560 0.0589 2.1821 0.163592 -0.1825 0.1698 1.2118 1.213 0.0000 0.179 0.220 0.

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00 2460.25 m 3 Lightening Arrestor 0.28 3029.80 2400.028 0.00 0.79 Cables 6 36.00 5128.25 m 20.53 .26.85 2822.00 32.00 2400.39 742.75 m 15.28 2274.25 m 9.124 26.00 6019.150 m2 Prof our 1260.00 0.030 m2 Aviation Lamp 0.056 0.90 1.54 1940.71 0.060 m2 1 1 32.75 m over lap 4.

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396 Tr M -3002 14963 13616 12095 10064 47737 181163 8580207.150 m 0.264 m Y 1.600 m 0.174 m 4 2 3 2 Total Weld Length Throught thickness factor = = Effective Length = Area = Distance Between Pivot Pts = Forces On Cantelevered Arm Weight Force Self Wt 180 Kg -1766 Guy Top 8449 2nd 8272 3 rd 7952 Guy Bottom 7209 Up Lift 30117 Force At Pivot = Stress developed = Cos(45) 0.Checking for Bending and Shearing and deflection of Goose neck due to Uplift No of Beams Weled Weld Thickness = = Weld Contact Lenth UB200x150 UB200x150 UB150x150 UB150x150 2 0.771 1.608 N/m2 = 8.395 m 0.021114095 m2 0.707 1.58 N/mm2 Allowed Tensile Stress = 270.006 m Weld Len County 0.646 1.750 m 0.760 0.791 m 0.00 N/mm2 S.47 J J J J J J 0.348 m 2.F = 31.700 1.250 m 0.521 1.488 m .

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00 m I = 3.73 Kg E = 210 Gpa L Extended = 3.116.60 E-05 Max Bending Moment Allowed = 3.Analysis for bending of Cantilevered Beam.x + c2 EI V(x) 1 = + c1.x3 6 +c2.39 E+04 Differential Equations EI V(x) 4 = q = 0 EI V(x) 3 = V = + c1 EI V(x) 2 = c1.x Boundry Conditions 1 2 3 4 +c4 5 .x2 2 +c3.117 N RB= 30. Up lift = 30.x +c3 EI V(x) = + c1.x2 2 +c2.

14 N + c1 2.Sh Force V(0) 3 = RA V(L) 3 = = RB ######### V(0) 2 = 0 V(L) 2 = 0 Tangent V(0) 1 = 0 V(L) 1 = infinite = 0 V(L) = dB = 0 C4 = 0 = 0 C3 = 0 V(L) 2 = 0 EI V(L) 2 = c1.L = RB BM Deflection V(0) From eq'n 5 V(0) From eq'n 4 V(0) 1 From eq'n 3 c2 +c2 7 Form Equation 2 V(L) 3 EI V(L) 3 = = 30.116.c1.10E+11 Pa (N/m2) Neutral Axis .L = .73 Kg = 295.445.

4314 Sh Force EI V(x) 3 = + c1 = BM EI V(x) 2 = 295.08 m -0.445 0.43 Tangent EI V(x) 1 = + c1.5 = For two flanges Moment of Inertia of web and Plates For three webs Total Moment of inertia of Lifting I beam = 1971875 = 3943750 5 x 1403 / 12 = = 1143333.335.445.c1.43 .L -886335.04 Safe Safe Safe Safe .x2 2 +c2.00 295.335 864.65 295.15 m -2.x EI V(x) = 147.x3 -886.723 .445 0.04 0.04 0.Neutral Axis Moment of Inertia of the Flange (75 x 53 )/12 + (75 x 5) x 72.445.14 +c3 Table 1 Deflection Parameter Table 0 1 2 3 X from end Deflection mm SF / N 0.x -886.860 0.177 842.445 0.019 819.57 295.14 .71 295.335.37375E-06 m = c1 From 7 = c2 = c2 = 4 295.23 m -5.333 = 3430000 = 7373750 mm 7.04 0.445 BM 886.14 .00 m 0.x2 Deflection 4 295.445.

445 295.58 m 1.702 775.109 132.425 177.792 88.445 295.73 m 1.693 354.78 -513.31 0.445 295.28 m 1.11 -499.4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 0.445 295.950 110.445 295.77 1.96 -353.05 0.445 295.79 -438.445 295.65 m 1.45 -370.000.48 -37.445 295.445 295.85 m 2.445 295.15 0.38 m 0.06 0.276 576.05 m 1.83 -388.69 -93.05 0.445 295.544 753.901 243.960 531.445 295.445 295.17 0.21 -454.25 m 2.059 265.445 295.06 0.08 0.445 295.38 0.484 465.70 m 2.60 m 0.13 m 1.445 295.45 -21.27 -469.445 295.445 295.28 -300.445 295.98 m 1.19 0.33 -248.92 -485.07 0.90 -527.05 0.05 0.53 m 0.267 155.385 731.445 295.376 310.80 -80.18 m 2.54 -181.227 709.31 -106.05 0.78 m 2.445 295.04 0.00 m -10.75 m 0.10 0.435 598.643 487.39 -57.445 295.851 376.445 295.445 295.48 -265.07 0.05 0.53 10.30 m 0.634 66.69 -68.445 295.83 m 0.43 m 1.78 -214.168 421.93 m 3.42 -231.068 686.22 0.09 0.63 m 2.52 -135.50 m 1.45 m 0.06 0.742 221.40 -335.801 509.445 295.07 0.158 0 0.00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe .445 295.10 m 2.217 288.009 398.13 0.33 m 2.80 m 1.48 m 2.317 22.51 0.445 295.41 295.326 443.35 m 1.68 m 0.95 -29.445 295.08 0.584 199.445 295.593 620.02 -15.475 44.05 0.445 295.752 642.55 m 2.09 0.12 0.03 m 2.95 m 2.445 Deflection /(mm) 797.05 -405.445 295.90 m 0.445 295.82 -318.534 332.910 664.118 553.04 -165.81 -283.20 m 1.04 0.05 -421.11 0.02 -150.14 0.10 0.60 -120.47 -197.88 m 1.06 0.97 -47.445 295.40 m 2.445 295.445 295.26 0.

2.Deflection /(mm) 0.000 800.000 50.00 -500.000 400.000 100.2.5 Shear Force Diagram .000 600.00 -100.00 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 37 39 41 -200.000.00 -400.000 150.000 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 Fig 3.00 Fig 3.000 250.2.000 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 Fig 3.3 Deflection Diagram Bending Moment Diagram 1.4 Bending moment Diagram Shear Force Diagram /( N ) 350.000 200.00 -300.00 -600.000 200.000 300.

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balance 130 Cu 350 Brass 200+ 550 Tungsten 1. 1% Mn.860[citation needed] Steel Wire Steel (AISI 1.5% C. high strength alloy ASTM A514 690 760 Steel.7-80 Stainless steel AISI 302 .Componet Material Type Twr Pipes Stiffner Flat Iron Pivot Shaft GuyArm SHS 4'x4'x 6 Brackets Guy Stuff Turn Buckle Shacles Gassete Plates Twr Lock Lock Pin Verti Screw Stress Yield(N/mm2) UTenStr st 52 335 1020 C Steel 200 Tensile Shear 523 380 Material ? (MPa) ? (MPa) ? Yield strength Ultimate strength first carbon nanotube ropes ? 3.060 0.6% carbon)2. prestressing strands 1.650 1.600 Structural steel ASTM A36 steel 250 400 Steel.Cold-rolled 520 860 Cast iron 4.6% Fe. API 5L X65 (Fikret Mert Veral) 448 531 Steel. 4% V) 830 900 Aluminium alloy 2014-T6[citation needed]400 455 Copper 99.200-2. ASTM A-48 130 200 Titanium alloy (6% Al.482[1] Piano wire High density polyethylene (HDPE) 26-33 37 Polypropylene Dec-43 19. 1.510 Glass 50 (in compression) Bending Buckling .9% Cu 70 220 Cupronickel 10% Ni.

840 Marble N/A 15 Concrete N/A 3 Carbon Fiber N/A 5.100 Silicon.450 S-Glass N/A 4. type 6/6 45 75 Rubber 15 Boron N/A 3. Annealed 434 620 27 58 187 . in Brinell AreaHardness G10100 Hot Rolled 179 324 28 50 95 G10100 Cold Drawn 303 365 20 40 105 G10150 Hot Rolled 186 345 28 50 101 G10150 Cold Drawn 324 386 18 40 111 G10180 Hot Rolled 220 400 25 50 116 G10180 Cold Drawn 372 441 15 40 126 G10350 Hot Rolled 269 496 18 40 143 G10350 Cold Drawn 462 551 12 35 163 G10350 Drawn 800 F 558 758 18 51 220 G10350 Drawn 1000 F 496 710 23 59 201 G10350 Drawn 1200 F 427 627 27 66 180 G10400 Hot Rolled 289 524 18 40 149 G10400 Cold Drawn 489 586 12 35 170 G10400 Drawn 1000 F 593 779 23 62 235 G10500 Hot Rolled 338 620 15 35 179 G10500 Cold Drawn 579 689 10 30 197 G10500 Drawn 600 F 1240 1516 10 30 450 G10500 Drawn 900 F 896 1068 18 55 310 G10500 Drawn 1200 F 551 723 28 65 210 G15216 Hot Rolled.710 Basalt fiber N/A 4.850-3.E-Glass N/A 3.620 UHMWPE 23 46 UHMWPE fibers[2][3] (Dyneema or Spectra) 2. Annealed 558 689 25 57 192 G41300 Hot Rolled.500 Vectran 2. monocrystalline (m-Si) N/A 7.650 Human hair 380 Spider silk (See note below) 1.000 Silicon carbide (SiC) N/A 3.200[4] Properties of Steel % % H_b UNS Number Processing Method Yield Strength Tensile MPa Strength Elongation MPa Reduction in 2 in.800 Pine Wood (parallel to grain) 40 Bone (limb) 104-121 130 Nylon. Annealed 599 675 21 52 201 G41300 Drawn 1000 F 916 1006 17 60 293 G41400 Hot Rolled.440 Sapphire (Al2O3) N/A 1.900 Carbon nanotube (see note below) N/A 62.000 Silkworm silk 500 Aramid (Kevlar or Twaron) 3. Annealed 413 620 30 45 183 G41300 Cold Drawn.000 Carbon nanotube composites N/A 1.300-3.340 Polybenzoxazole (Zylon) 5.

Annealed 620 Drawn 1000 F 903 Hot Rolled. Annealed 475 Cold Drawn. Annealed 537 Drawn 1000 F 1102 703 1054 696 765 1791 1254 827 896 627 1068 655 737 1047 792 1240 18 16 21 16 12 15 22 23 22 15 25 17 15 22 15 50 45 45 42 43 40 55 66 53 44 55 48 44 45 32 223 302 207 223 498 363 248 256 183 302 190 223 302 223 352 . Annealed 661 Drawn 1000 F 889 Hot Rolled.G41400 G41400 G43400 G43400 G43400 G43400 G46200 G46200 G61500 G61500 G87400 G87400 G87400 G92550 G92550 Cold Drawn. Annealed 441 Cold Drawn. Annealed 682 Drawn 600 F 1612 Drawn 1000 F 1116 Case Hardened 613 Drawn 800 F 648 Hot Rolled. Annealed 400 Drawn 1000 F 909 Hot Rolled.

53 Density Manuf Safty Lim .95 0.3 19.7 8.8 7.8 7.8 7.19 4.51 2.94 5.25 2.8 0.8 7.91 8.8 7.Modulus E 210x 1000 N/mm2 (g/cm³) ? Density 1.3 7.92 8.

57 2.46 2.15 2.97 0.48 2.7 1.75 1.6 1.9-4.2.1 1.97 1.44 0.34 N/A .33 3.

1.6 (Cl 3.88 x 72.25 m/s Sa = Altitude factor Cl 3.0 = Vs = 28. S 0 = S c (1 + S h) Where S c : Fetch Factor = 1.88 m/s Vz = VsxSoxgn S0 = Terrain Factor Country Terrain.1.1 Direction factor Cl 3.6 & Annex E : S s 1.Part 4 Mean Site Wind Speed Vs = VsxSbxSdxSc Where 3 sec Gust wind speed = 50.2 28.001 D When Dis 100m Sa = Sd = Ss = = 1.00 m/s For Zone 1 Relative Hourly Mean Wind speed Vb = 26.4 & Annex H) S0 = 2.08 x 1.4 : S a = 1 + 0.08 gn = Vz = = 1.0 Seasonal factor Cl 3.07 m/s 2.5 : S d 1.3 S h : Topography Factor = 0.2 180 Kmph .2.BS 8100.1.

200 2.Wind Pressure = 0.6 KA 1.59 x V z = = 2 3065 N/m2 3.025 No.128 0.025 0.06 m/s W k operational = 1.59 x 40.06 kN/m2 For Servisibility Condition Vk = = V b x Sa x So 26.065 0.1 0.25 x 60.613 .060 2. 4 4 AA 0.128 3.128 3.04 2 2128 N/m2 2.0 = 0.000 Dia(m) 0.128 kN/m2 = R AW = C N K A A A Sin 2 q CN For Power cables CN Option1 0.08 0.184 0.1 W k KN/m2 Force /kN/m R AW Perational SurvivalOperational Survival 0.065 0.000 1.426 0.6 Option2 2.1 x 2.

18 KA = 1.128 3.9239 5.822 2.49 .4269 1.783 CA 1 Force/Antenne kN R AW Operational Surevival 1.0 Wk kN/m2 Antenne Force/Antennae kN KA CA R AW Wt Dead(kN) OperationalSurevival Area (m2) Operational Survival 1.0 Cellular Antennas ( GSM ) At Height (m) 30 Nos Size Wt Dead Wk kN/m2 Antenne K A BxH (Kg) (kN) OperationalSurevival Area/(m2) 3.0 1.90 18.0 0.765 2.18 0.181 2.131 1.ANTENNA ANCILLARIES R AW = C A K A A A MW Dishes At height/(m) Nos 26 Dia 1.90 8.27 x 2.624 R AW = C A K A A A CA = 1.2 180 1.262 1.128 3.065 0.065 1.5 0.

5410 0.0603 Section-05 2.4000 Force .13473 0.0400 0.4000 0.0250 0.4773 1.0077 0.4030 0.0482 0.4000 0.0267 0.6930 0.0334 0.0 0.4000 0.4000 0.0344 Section-02 2.0334 0.4000 0.0 2.22001 4 0.4000 0.1000 1.0 2.4000 0.4000 0.0400 0.0400 0.0400 0.0334 0.4369 1.3210 0.0386 0.8380 0.0 0.0216 0.6760 0.0 0.Anciliary Components Structural components ( Data Cable ) AS AA Structural Pipe/Rod Length Area Dia No Length Area m2 No Dia.0 0.0718 3.0267 (Above32m) 2.2840 0.0400 0.0173 0.0 2.1900 1.0250 Kq 0.3210 0.0 0.0344 Section-01 (Bellow32m) 2.4000 0.0250 0.4000 0.0400 0.1477 0.065 0.0266 0.0663 3.0386 0.0 2.0653 Operational Wk Pipes kN/m2 kN 3.0638 3.0483 0.0 0.3617 1.4000 0.0077 0.0400 0.1000 1.4000 0.0120 0.0120 0.0369 Section-03 2.19548 0.4000 0.0400 4 0.0 2.0400 4 0.065 0.065 0.0483 0.4000 0.0250 RM 0.0 0.0267 0.8320 0.065 0.0400 4 0.20319 0.065 0.0 0.0160 0.4000 0.0160 0.0102 0.6551 1.5490 0.4000 0.065 0.4000 1.0250 2.0 0.1400 1.3030 1.0482 3.0560 Section-04 Width Height Solidity Drag (m) (m) Ratio Coeff C NC b h y 4 0.2840 0.1477 0.0386 0.0483 0.0 0.4000 1.3140 1.0440 3.0 0.0160 0.4260 0.0 0.0120 0. (m) (m2) (m) (m) Section-01 2.0 0.

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6 & Annex E : S s 1.2 x 2.00 m/s Sa = Altitude factor 1.1.1.60 m/s 1.0 Seasonal factor Cl 3.00 m/s For Zone 1 Relative Hourly Mean Wind speed Wind factor Vb = 33.4 : S a = 1 + 0.2 .1 Direction factor Cl 3.4 & Annex H) S0 = 180 Kmph 2.Part 4 Mean Site Wind Speed Vs = VsxSbxSdxSc Where 3 sec Gust wind speed = 50.3 S h : Topography Factor = 0.3 = 90.08 gn = Vz = 36.5 : S d 1.08 x 1.3 Cl 3.3 m/s Country Terrain.6 (Cl 3. S 0 = S c (1 + S h) Where S c : Fetch Factor = 1.1.2.BS 8100.001 D When D is 100m Sa = Sd = Ss = = 1.0 = Vs = Vz = VsxSoxgn S0 = Terrain Factor 36.

1 x 2.04 2 = 3364 N/m2 = 3.08 .59 x 40.84 kN/m2 For Servisibility Condition Vk = = W k operational = V b x Sa x So 33 x 75.Wind Pressure = 0.59 x V z = = 2 4843 N/m2 4.364 kN/m2 1.50 m/s 0.

291 0.202 0.0 = 0.1 W k KN/m2 Force /kN/m R AW Perational SurvivalOperational Survival 0.673 0. 4 4 AA 0.000 Dia(m) 0.R AW = C N K A A A Sin 2 q CN For Power cables CN Option1 0.364 4.1 0.200 3.364 4.969 .025 0.843 0.6 Option2 2.025 No.000 1.6 KA 1.843 0.060 3.

00 Dia 2.262 1.294 .0 Wk kN/m2 Antenne Force/Antennae kN KA CA R AW Wt Dead(kN) OperationalSurevival Area (m2) Operational Survival 1.765 3.0 1.131 1.4269 5.ANTENNA ANCILLARIES R AW = C A K A A A MW Dishes At height/(m) Nos 36.364 4.759 8.2 180 1.843 1.

364 4.181 3.3915 CA 1 Force/Antenne kN R AW Operational Surevival 1.4620 9.0 0.0 Cellular Antennas ( GSM ) At Height (m) 37.43 .90 18.27 x 2.32 13.18 KA = 1.843 0.5 0.R AW = C A K A A A CA = 1.18 0.50 Nos Size Wt Dead Wk kN/m2 Antenne K A BxH (Kg) (kN) OperationalSurevival Area/(m2) 6.

Structural components
AS
Structural Pipe/Rod Length
No
Dia. (m)
Section-01
2.0
0.0483 0.4000
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2.0
2.0

Anciliary Components
( Data Cable )
AA
Area Dia
No
Length Area
m2
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(m)
(m)
0.0386
0.0077

Width Height Solidity Drag
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(m) Ratio
Coeff
C NC
b
h
y

0.0463

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0.7601 1.4000

0.0483 0.4000 0.0386
0.0120 0.3210 0.0077

0.0250

0.0463
Section-02

2.0
2.0

0.0483 0.4000 0.0386
0.0120 0.4260 0.0102

0.0250

0.0489
Section-03

2.0
2.0

0.0483 0.4000 0.0386
0.0160 0.5410 0.0173

2.0
2.0

0.0483 0.4000 0.0386
0.0160 0.6760 0.0216

0.0250

0.0250

2.0
2.0

0.0483 0.4000 0.0386
0.0160 0.8320 0.0266
0.0653

0.4369 1.1400

4 0.4000 0.0400

0.0400 0.6930 0.4000
0.0250

0.5513 1.1900

4 0.4000 0.0400

0.0400 0.5490 0.4000

0.0603
Section-05

4 0.4000 0.0400

0.0400 0.4030 0.4000

0.0560
Section-04

4 0.4000 0.0400

0.3617 1.1000

4 0.4000 0.0400

0.0400 0.8380 0.4000

0.3140 1.1000

Zone

1

With

GSM

6.0

2.0

&

MW Dishes

OVER TURNING STABILITY CALCULATION

A

A

f

d

k

YPlatfor
Stability
Circle

f

X Platform
YC

b

s

R

p
m

q Guylo

YTWR
Y=0

B

LF
LF Cos 60

LF Sin 60
Figure 8.2.2 : Checking the side
most likely to fail

C

Center of Gravity Without Concrete
Weight
Tower+Head Load
1533 Kg
Shelter
0 Kg
Tower Frame 289 Kg
2 Front Poly Pts(Arm)
576 Kg
2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm)
0 Kg
Base Struc Wt3045 Kg
Wt of Accessories0 Kg
Resultant Wt 5443 Kg

Force
15,034
0
2,835
5,651
0
29,871
0
53,391

Y
0.500
4.750
0.300
-3.000
6.000
1.700
0.000
0.790

Tr M (J)
7.52
E+03
0.00
E+00
8.51
E+02
-1.70
E+04
0.00
E+00
5.08
E+04
0.00
E+00
4.22
E+04

Center of Gravity of the system with Concrete
Weight
Force
Y
Tr M (J)
Tower+Head Load
1533 Kg 15,034 0.500 7.52
E+03
Shelter
0 Kg
0 4.750 0.00
E+00
Tower Frame 289 Kg 2,835 0.300 8.51
E+02
2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm)
0 Kg
0 6.000 0.00
E+00
2 Nos Concrete @ A7000 Kg 68,670 6.000 4.12
E+05
2 Nos Concrete @ B9200 Kg 90,252 0.000 0.00
E+00
2 Nos Concrete @ C7600 Kg
74,556 -3.000 -2.24
E+05
2 Front Poly Pts(Arm)
576 Kg 5,651 -3.000 -1.70
E+04
Base Struc Wt3045 Kg 29,871 1.700 5.08
E+04
Wt of Accessories0 Kg
0 0.000 0.00
E+00
Resultant Wt 29243 Kg 286,869 0.804 2.31
E+05

Turning Moment = WF Per Segment x No of Segments x Elevation

Total Wind Turning Moment
=
1705.52 KNm
Total Wt of the System
=

287 KN

Leverage Required =

Total Wind Turning Moment / Total Wt of the System
5.95 m

Y Platform =
X Platform =

6.5
2.3

Y CG

=

0.804

L

=

6

=
Tan

d

f

(Length of Guy Arm)

Tan -1{ ( L x Sin 60) / (Y platform + Lx Cos60)}

=

5.20
9.50

=

28.68 Degrees

=
Tan

(Center of gravity of system with concrete Blocks)

Tan -1{ ( X Platform) / (Y platform - Y CG)}

=

2.30
4.20

=

28.71 Degrees

=

X Platform / Sin

=

=

4.79

k

Sin

f+d

f

Comparisan to select the side Most likely to fail
Side Leverage

=

k

Sin

f+d

4.03 Failure
A legs leverage

=

(Y platform - Y CG)
5.70 Failure

C legs leverage

Radius of Stability Circle

0.68

=

(Y CG + L x Cos 60)

=

3.80 Failure

=

5.95

0.96

0.64

Concrete Blocks Required
W 53.391 KN
0.790 m Y CG

A
3

6
72 KN

224 KN

B

C
186 KN

Taking Moments about A
Over turning moment=
=
Moment of self Weight
=
=
Resultant Moment =
=
Required Weight

=
=

186 x 9
1674 KNm
W x ( 6 - Y CG )
278.15
Over turning moment - Moment of self Weight
1395.85
Resultant Moment / ( 6 + 3)
155.09 Nm

Taking moment
Overabout
Turning Moment
Moment of Self WtResultant Moment
Required Wt
@
KNm
KNm
KNm
KN
about A
1674
278.15
1395.85
155.09
C
about C

648

202.37

445.63

49.51

A

1
Kgs

3500

1
1.4 Over Lap

Kg

1.40

A

3500

3500

4600

A (Near Goose Neck)

Kg

3500

B

4600

4600

3800

A

Kg

3500

C Arm

3800

3800

0.68 Side

B ( Under Twr)

Kg

4600

0.96 Goose

B

Kg

4600

0.64 Legs

C (Arm 1)

Kg

3800

C (Arm 2)

Kg

3800

23800

23800
0.804

Center of Gravity

1

Velocity

180

KPH

Section 1

0.0483

mm

Perational

Section 2

0.0483

mm

Vb

Section 3

0.0483

Section 4

0.0483

Section 5

0.0483

2.0
6.0
A
3500
A
3500
B
4600
B
4600
C (Arm 1) 3800
C (Arm 2) 3800
23.8
GSM Antennae
37.50
1.2 MW Dishes
36.00
Section 1 32.65
Section 1.232.65
Section 2 25.55
Section 3 18.45
Section 4 11.35
Section 5 4.25

mm
mm
mm
Nos
Nos
Kg
Kg
Kg
Kg
Kg
Kg
Ton
m
m
m
m
m
m
m
m

GSM Antennae
13.425
1.2 MW Dishes
8.294
Section 1 0.558
Section 1.29.534
Section 2 9.262
Section 3 9.567
Section 4 9.640
Section 512.106

kN
kN
kN
kN
kN
kN
kN
kN

W
in

d

Fo

rc
e

H

ei

gh
t

C

on

re

te

An
t

en
ne

Pi
pe

Zone

MW
GSM

1

33.00
1.1

1.3
0.6

V k = V b x Sa x So

2.08
0
75.504
3363.50
3.364

Survival

Ratio
1.440

0.59

0.06

nnae kN

nne kN

revival

Kq

RM

Operational
Wk
Pipes
kN/m2 kN

Force
Cables WF
kN
kN

1.0 0.0649

4.843 0.3143

0.0000 0.3143

1.0 0.0649

4.843 0.3143

0.2018 0.5968

1.0 0.0581

4.843 0.2816

0.2018 0.5218

1.0 0.0638

4.843 0.3089

0.2018 0.5390

1.0 0.0663

4.843 0.3211

0.2018 0.5431

1.0 0.0718

4.843 0.3477

0.2018 0.5697

####
####
####

#### over lap
####

1.5x.6
1x1
1.5 x .3

3240
2400
1620

6480
4800
3240

3

Z Rear A 5500 Front B 0 16000 3500 Kg 3500 Kg 4600 Kg 4600 Kg 3800 Kg 3800 Kg .

.

08 1.2 120 Section 2 0.052 m2 Survival Section 4 0.2 MW Dishes 1.014 m2 160 Section 1.020 m2 0.60 4843.6 1 2.843 Sa Altitude Factor Ss VsxSbxSdxSc Sc Sh Sd S 0 = S c (1 + S h) Gamma Partial SF Vz=VsxSoxgn N/m2 kN/m2 Wk Wind Pressure .40 1.3 0.2 90.055 m2 Vs Section 5 0.675 m2 Zone 7200 Post Desaster Neutral Structure In Sri Lanka1.2 3 1.40 2600 1200 2600 1200 3300 1200 3300 1200 2800 1200 2800 1200 17400 Wind Force effect Description Area of Segm Operationl GSM Antennae 0.037 m2 Section 3 0.3 1.131 m2 1 120 110 2 105 85 95 75 3 180 Section 1 0.059 m2 1 36.45 4.

.

.

.

.

0000 0.0456 0.0249 0.0193 0.0386 0.0440 .0560 Prof Has Considered 16mm Rods 0.0000 0.0156 0.0440 0.Cable s A with shy A no shy 0.0136 0.0476 0.

.

.

.

.

.

.

52 KmPH 8.596099 4.534 311.57 2 0.27 18 0.35 9.25 12.425 503.64 18 0.52 18 0.3143 32.55 9.50 13.660181 .45 1705.65 9.45 9.539735 4.5390 18.42 21 0.558 18.ce effect Survival Repetition WF per seg Elevation WF n Seg Turning Moment of Segments KN m KN KNm 1 13.5968 32.2936 36.4252 37.294 298.494742 5.44 1 8.106 51.5431 11.567 176.5697 4.21 16 0.65 0.247771 1.367034 2.262 236.00 8.640 109.68949 4.5218 25.725192 7.

374199 Ton Total weight = Load on One Beam = Number of points the beam is Suppoted from bottom Load on Beam 24.8 m Force on beam for the criticle case = = 857140.2.0 Kg H tw tf Fig 3.00 Kg/m3 Considering the critical situation arisen while lifting from lifting hooks Length L 6.0240 W Unit length Weight Beam weight 51.900.928.374 Ton 43.000 m tf Thickness t 0.6 I beam Cross section .0120 2t 0.0120 tw 0.200 1.= = 4.200 x 3.93 Wind Force Truning Moment = Gap between beams 685712.687 Ton = 2 43.761 Kg 87.89 N 87.0 Kg/m 306.812 m/s2 Analysis for Bending failure Section Moduli Steel Density 310 N/mm2 3 E+08 Pa 7.72 J = 0.7 Ton Gravitational Acc 9.

01171 21 3.81 Kgs/m Table 3.00691 2 0.88 E-08 0.00 0.88 E-08 0.12 E-05 2.200 0.200 0.88 E-08 0.200 0.65 m 31.01171 22 3.30 m 1389.00 0.24 E-05 4.76 E-08 0.00 0.80 m 31.200 5.00 m 31.00691 4 0.00 0.200 0.00691 12 1.88 E-08 0.60 m 31.2.7 Free body Diagram I Beam Shearing stress X sec Area Allowed Max S Force UDL of dead load On One Beam Total weight = On one Beam = No of Segments = Linear weight Intensity Per Segment = 300 N/mm2 0.76 E-08 0.00691 8 1.45 E-06 2.35 m 31.00 0.45 E-06 2.12 E-05 2.200 0.76 E-08 0.45 E-06 5.00 0.00 0.200 0.29 0.88 E-08 0.88 E-08 0.200 0.200 0.24 E-05 .88 E-08 0.12 E-05 2.88 E-08 0.200 0.45 E-06 5.45 E-06 2.00691 1 0.76 E-08 0.45 E-06 2.15 m 31.88 E-08 0.76 E-08 Ad2 2.01171 18 2.200 0.200 0.200 5.45 m 31.01171 19 2.24 E-05 4.50 m 31.200 0.00691 7 1.29 0.95 m 31.00 0.75 m 31.00 m 1389.01171 20 3.265 Kg 1.88 E-08 0.29 0.24 E-05 4.30 m 31.45 E-06 5.12 E-05 2.400 5.45 E-06 2.24 E-05 4.200 5.200 5.00 0.200 0.200 5.88 E-08 0.00691 3 0.12 E-05 2.70 m 1389.00691 11 1.29 0.45 E-06 2.00 0.20 m 31.45 E-06 5.200 5.24 E-05 4.12 E-05 4.12 E-05 2.12 E-05 2.400 5.400 5.400 5.00691 5 0.45 E-06 5.12 E-05 2.45 E-06 2.25 m 31.12 E-05 2.200 5.76 E-08 0.45 E-06 5.x R3 R1 R2 Fig 3.45 E-06 2.00 0.00691 15 2.200 0.200 0.29 0.00 0.01171 16 2.200 5.200 0.24 E-05 4.200 5.40 m 31.400 5.00 0.01171 17 2.00691 13 1.200 5.24 E-05 4.45 E-06 2.200 5.200 0.200 5.00 0.200 0.55 m 31.200 0.0069 m3 2.400 5.45 E-06 5.200 0.400 5.200 5.00 0.10 m 31.45 E-06 5.074 E+06 N 3.00691 6 0.88 E-08 0.45 E-06 2.45 E-06 2.633 Kg 40 40.88 E-08 0.90 m 31.12 E-05 2.00 0.88 E-08 0.200 5.15 m 1389.01171 Moment of Inertia of the beam Section H W MI Web MI Fla 0.400 5.00 0.200 0.05 m 31.76 E-08 0.45 E-06 2.45 E-06 2.12 E-05 2.200 0.2 Beam Property input table X from end Seg Wt/ (Kg) XsecArea 0 0.85 m 1389.2.45 E-06 2.200 0.4.12 E-05 2.200 5.00 0.45 E-06 2.00691 14 2.76 E-08 0.00691 10 1.00691 9 1.12 E-05 2.12 E-05 2.88 E-08 0.

4.45 5.843 280.60 m -44.12 2.88 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 4.217 1.45 5.05 m -69.559 1.217 1.29 31.00 m 1389.699 148.01171 0.12 2.75 m 3.30 m -26.24 2.73 1.85 m 6.92 3.12 2.25 0.200 0.00691 0.200 0.40 m 5.45 5.45 m -146.995 280.10 m -124.007 148.217 1.76 5.88 2.583 280.45 5.35 m -85.200 0.80 m -109.12 2.75 m -52.45 5.24 4.200 0.559 1.161 280.43 1.36 0.28 4.738 280.05 m -115.838 280.00 31.53 0.65 m 4.75 m -131.200 0.701 148.14 1.575 280.60 m 3.12 2.20 m -107.45 5.00 31.25 m -132.752 148.45 5.23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 3.12 2.00 10748.559 2.29 1389.60 m -138.200 0.12 2.00 m -9.170 148.65 m -101.90 m 4.80 3.45 5.91 1.200 0.217 2.00 31.24 4.200 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 5.95 m -117.00691 0.88 2.70 m -151.200 0.15 m -18.200 0.88 2.00691 0.559 1.00 31.58 1.00 31.45 5.00691 0.806 148.400 0.12 2.36 1.45 5.490 148.217 1.81 3.55 m -146.00 31.90 m -61.88 2.88 2.200 0.200 0.00 31.76 5.200 0.00 0.50 m 4.45 5.00691 0.200 0.90 m -123.02 3.00 31.559 1.400 0.217 2.20 4.00691 0.200 0.200 0.559 1.200 0.559 5.45 5.00 31.45 5.20 m 4.400 0.218 280.00 m -155.88 2.12 2.88 2.88 2.217 2.00691 0.45 5.200 0.056 148.200 0.00691 0.559 2.200 0.88 2.88 2.01171 0.217 2.25 m 5.88 2.46 1.35 m 4.85 3.80 m 4.049 280.12 2.559 8.797 148.50 m -93.487 148.559 4.00 31.559 16.10 m 5.81 3.45 m -35.2.998 280.559 3.00 31.200 Max 0.30 m -151.19 2.12 2.200 0.00 31.05 m 4.91 2.559 1.00691 0.00 31.217 1.00691 0.00691 0.690 148.40 m -139.478 148.45 5.559 1.00 31.76 2.12 2.224 148.45 5.200 0.82 0.559 1.70 m 5.559 2.01 2.20 m -77.00691 0.851 148.806 148.45 5.200 0.559 1.12 2.27 2.00691 0.00 31.200 0.3 Bending moment at diastance x x Mx BM Allowed S Factor 0.12 Dis E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 .84 2.200 0.200 0.17 0.747 148.200 0.14 3.00 m 0 0.01171 0.45 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 5.200 0.38 0.85 m -155.95 m 5.15 m -154.217 1.200 0.12 2.00691 0.174 148.217 1.88 2.40 0.55 m 5.200 0.12 2.45 m 3.200 Table 3.591 148.88 2.209 280.00691 0.559 1.200 0.200 0.88 2.

511 2.65 m 4.50 m 4.63 3.600 10000.102 2.600 36.49 2.559 148.80 m -51.600 38.073.559 148.748 2.600 39.20 m -54.90 m 51.339 2.559 148.49 4.25 m 5.073.90 m -56.00 m -99.75 0.600 39.998 -23.35 m -54.00 0.23 2.2.70 m -34.93 1.65 m -52.625 2.991 0 148.85 m 6.625 2.073.329 2.511 2.600 36.842 -31.034 2.559 148.63 2.64 6.94 1.073.4.559 1.073.25 m -49.55 m -48.75 m -56.147 2.600 41.05 3.073.10 m 5.559 148.600 37.215 -49.95 m 5.073.600 37.96 3.2.600 36.600 60.4.600 268.94 4.55 m 5.50 m -53.40 m -49.165 -66.073.63 3.40 m 5.30 m 21.559 148.75 m 50.073.047 -13.70 m 5.670 2.073.38 1.600 40.073.559 148.98 2.073.05 m -55.852 2.216 2.369 2.00 3.35 m 4.600 41.374 2.073.559 148.807 2.80 m 4.60 m -57.23 2.073.600 42.600 10000.920 2.073.807 2.559 148.073.10 m -50.59 0.600 41.600 42.692 -83.15 m -59.17 0.03 0.49 1.556 2.47 0.073.15 m 7.600 35.40 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 .33 2.073.073.05 m 51.40 1.073.45 m -58.073.85 m -20.600 39.073.9 Bending moment diagram Table 3.45 m 35.600 57.00 m -6.920 2.60 m 49.600 38.398 2.073.310 2.582 -40.00 3.62 1.00 m -60.743 -58.30 m -58.261 2.600 35.88 1.073.78 1.559 148.778 2.073.443 2.05 2.216 2.073.40 1.600 101.20 m 52.84 2.4 Shear Force at diastance x x SF SF Allowed S Factor 0.600 40.797 -91.559 148.600 34.073.965 2.073.88 1.600 95.95 m -51.073.719 2.738 2.45 100000.95 3.600 41.481 -75.00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Mx 0 -50000 Mx 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 -100000 -150000 -200000 Fig 3.34 3.600 39.64 4.55 3.

4.18 12.55 m 5.000 20.40 m 5.75 12.15 m -3.80 m 4.00 4.10 31.443 56.35 m -2.00 m 53.34 4.00 1.25 12.64 12.073.00 2.00 3.05 12.00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe SF 80.70 m 5.00 63.600 2.2.64 6.600 2.32 8.600 2.46 12.57 4.66 3.000 40.75 m -3.27 12.90 m -3.60 12.94 12.93 12.35 m 4.00 4.60 m -0.59 35.034 54.89 3.10 m -1.78 12.25 12.75 34.34 6.008186138 0.00 S Factor 10000.00 0.24 16.00 1.000 -40.000 0 -20.600 2.50 m -2.76 10000.11 4.35 10000.274 mm Max Deflection 0.00 2.20 m -2.10 m 5.81 12.88 38.20 m -0.81 9.00 3.00 2.00 1.08 12.000 60.374 0 2.600 2.000 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 Fig 3.00 2.69 21.31 12.600 2.92 12.073.600 2.965 59.89 10.19 12.073.2.600 2.556 58.600 38.073.14 12.38 12.600 2.00 3.98 12.261 58.90 m -0.00 3.85 m -2.00 0.00 2.5.63 12.00 1.073.600 2.62 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 800 mm 3.76 12.03 35.10 Shear Force diagram Table 3.147 56.95 m -1.50 m 4.02 12. Deflection at diastance x x Deflection(mm)Allowed Def 0.91 4.07 12.86 4.00 3.11 12.35 m -1.00 3.93 36.08 5.329 54.073.469020659 Degrees .05 m -3.17 34.00 3.60 m -3.00 4.08 3.95 m 5.69 3.25 m 5.29 12.00 4.4.65 m -1.55 m -2.40 36.56 12.77 3.000 -60.738 55.50 m -1.073.05 m -0.85 m 6.073.670 60.38 37.40 m -2.60 5.000 -80.45 m -0.073.31 4.21 4.00 1.75 m -0.00 1.00 3.25 m -2.073.00 2.00 m -2.073.19 12.45 m -3.47 36.600 2.852 57.073.00 1.30 m -3.47 12.88 37.00 0.70 m -2.20 7.65 m 4.80 m -1.

49 704.71 6.15 41 .36 -59.851.83 7.029.368.42 -54.2750 1.00 m 0.339.58 8.58 -1.2.050 1.50 mm -3.49 704.215.9750 1.96 17.511.00 12.27 12.00 12.950 2.49 14.3750 0.00 12.4.27 -2.00 12.85 704.6250 2.28 14.4750 2.49 704.70 -20.00 m -2.1750 2.49 704.28 14.200 1.920.80 m 4.102.00 12.49 704.329.00 mm -3.00 4.87 -58.49 704.029.49 704.50 mm 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 Fig 3.00 Resultant -60.50 mm -1.8750 2.0750 X 0.500 1.28 0.85 m 6.86 -0.40 m 5.800 1.22 6.00 mm -1.49 704.2250 0.738. Dummy Tables Used to derive parameters X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X 10 X 11 X 12 X 13 X 14 X 15 X 16 X 17 X 18 X 19 X 20 X 21 Xn 0.49 704.45 -51.669.49 704.29 5.49 704.900 1.40 -55.49 704.00 12.965.49 14.0250 2.49 704.550 2.3250 2.49 704.7250 1.374.150 m Table 3.93 5.28 14.350 1.310.91 -54.04 -0.400 2.36 704.029.49 704.000 Seg Wt(Kg/m) UDL Forces 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 1.600 0.00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe V/EI / (mm) 0.033.49 704.65 m 4.4250 1.44 -2.430 Kg 1.90 -56.4.078.300 0.11 Deflection diagram Reaction Force 40.49 704.49 704.46 -49.700 2.49 -61.719.260.0750 0.029.029.5750 1.49 704.6.1250 1.00 12.70 m 5.147.750 0.95 m 5.850 3.49 704.79 11.49 704.00 12.8250 0.49 704.97 -49.100 2.75 10000.24 Segment Size dx 0.430 Kg R force 704.442.7750 2.150 0.00 m 0.00 mm -0.5250 0.624.2.806.41 -1.67 -0.23 -1.0000 0.25 m 5.450 0.430 Kg 1.39 -56.650 1.49 704.00 mm -2.82 24.10 -1.28 Shear Force -60.49 704.49 704.93 -53.43 -52.6750 0.38 -58.374.50 13.00 12.47 -48.49 704.397.00 12.250 2.50 mm -2.49 704.93 -1.48 -0.49 704.00 m 0.9250 3.95 -50.00 12.42 -6.556.49 704.00 12.94 -51.98 -34.28 14.029.54 9.49 704.49 704.49 704.88 -57.000 0.76 -1.10 m 5.55 m 5.

6750 3.49 704.49 -61.6250 5.029.19 -994.056.49 704.39 2.36 -4.575.49 704.49 704.05 -7.71 -3.57 -131.42 55.582.55 -603.056.999.9750 4.67 105.75 mm -0.49 704.49 -60.00 V -50.73 -2.19 mm -0.3250 5.19 mm -3.73 -19.217.44 -8.67 2.9250 6.029.93 mm -1.662.208.30 -3.4750 2.147.19 -8.17 -404.49 704.556.562.37 -109.600 3.53 -151.06 -3.52 1.121.61 -3.974.97 50.350 4.67 105.000 1.56 mm -0.050 4.751.79 -21.471.6750 3.36 7.67 105.13 -85.49 704.481.67 105.44 -117.635.92 mm -2.700 5.67 105.1750 2.277.36 -77.83 -124.78 -8.590.893.10 -7.683.11 -8.0000 0.312.07 -7.6750 0.140.287.39 58.39 2.59 -139.806.3750 3.260.68 -1.550 5.160.56 -800.920.67 105.950 5.576.28 14.105.05 -13.28 0.029.498.01 -3.13 -8.272.2250 3.72 -7.11 mm -1.28 14.49 704.46 mm -1.8750 2.15 105.1250 1.15 -5.49 704.31 -20.00 14.43 54.476.0750 0.39 2.18 mm -3.46 51.36 0.70 -5.78 mm -2.033.029.8750 5.029.737.470.96 -20.32 -1.91 56.48 -8.028.82 -61.4250 4.67 105.650 4.49 704.900 4.37 -7.544.8250 0.633.374.430 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 72 Kg 12.26 5.950.63 -101.05 7.300 3.851.850 6.056.430 Kg 1.39 2.32 -23.747.986.452 Kg Xn 0.699.777.65 7.8250 f dx Top plus this -9.029.430 Kg 1.157.82 -11.49 704.1250 4.49 704.995.788.2250 0.36 -12.01 -16.750 3.748.67 105.4250 1.5750 1.49 704.49 704.63 mm -2.95 51.719.69 49.2750 1.408.15 -8.66 -151.430 Kg 1.157.2750 4.110.837.0250 5.29 mm -1.039.09 -7.078.329.806.91 -946.94 mm -3.800 4.799.74 -7.4750 5.87 -2.03 -2.839.87 -15.100 5.76 -3.487.98 mm -2.682.05 -23.155.94 -1.49 704.45 -1.82 -1.49 704.7750 2.442.12 -3.186.104.029.25 mm -3.49 704.511.316.370.263.64 mm -1.200 4.669.104.39 -7.259.242.980.9250 3.2250 3.49 704.7750 5.1750 5.997.104.999.67 105.87 60.746.169.7250 1.0250 2.842.25 mm -3.806.49 704.20 -2.15 -18.104.89 -14.64 -2.5250 0.250 5.86 V' -679.39 2.029.85 122.104.62 -138.844.88 -155.950.67 105.30 -18.006.375.224.8250 3.5250 3.76 mm .39 2.27 -146.413.262.3750 0.49 704.40 56.00 -2.41 -7.94 -203.471.88 58.3750 3.422.500 4.739.28 704.143.385.701.365.38 59.72 14.048.029.86 -3.49 704.38 14.104.9750 1.81 -8.21 -2.5250 3.13 21.97 -155.366.930.04 -21.08 mm -3.49 704.49 704.3250 2.450 3.67 105.0000 3.76 -8.41 35.57 -44.527.374.472.851.67 -9.46 -8.104.398.07 mm -2.28 14.67 105.67 105.90 57.55 -132.12 -3.14 mm -2.333.49 704.576.6250 2.050.0750 3.97 -146.03 -52.210.87 3.738.273.67 105.364.215.49 704.00 BM = V" 0 -9.28 14.31 mm -2.93 54.43 -9.49 704.38 mm -0.27 mm -3.49 704.51 -23.02 -3.39 105.173.21 -93.40 -154.X 22 X 23 X 24 X 25 X 26 X 27 X 28 X 29 X 30 X 31 X 32 X 33 X 34 X 35 X 36 X 37 X 38 X 39 X 40 3.400 5.94 53.490.150 3.462.7250 4.28 704.805.63 -26.28 14.47 mm -2.71 0.49 704.31 -3.81 mm -1.45 52.93 -69.52 V/EI / (mm) -0.05 -2.328.67 105.47 -22.624.67 105.5750 4.49 704.05 mm -0.44 -35.965.96 -22.292.92 -22.

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5 10 10. Wind Velocity Variation with Height…………………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Derived from Table003…………………………………………………… Table 9.5 11 11...1.2. Section Wind force and Gravity centers……………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9. 0 0 6 Tower Specifications………………………………………………………………………………….4.5.8. Moment of inertia of the Composite sections………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9..... Bending Moment Failure Analysis……………………………………………………………………… 0 10 Calculation for Buckling 0 Calculation for Deflection Calculation for buckling failure…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 . Tower Vertical Pipe Data……………………………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9..ddf ww qqq sfsdf d t qqq w r d s df 12 34 5 6 7 7 4 8 9 2 67 45 344 3 7 7 4 8 9 8.9..5 Intro TABLE OF CONTENTS 0 Notations and Symbols…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 0 3 ANTENNAE DETAILS…………………………………………………………………………………. Weight of Tower Sections……………………………………………………………………………… 0 Table9. 0 0 1 ABSTRACT…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 0 8 Wind Loads Analysis 0 0 9 Bending Strength Calculation 0 Table 9. 0 Table 9. 0 0 7 Material Used for Tower Section…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 0 2 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………….5 9 9. Data of Stiffeners………………………………………………………………………………….3. 0 Calculation for antennae supporting frame Area………………………………………………………………… 0 4 DESIGN CONCEPT RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL LOADS…………………………………………………………… 0 0 5 STRUCTURE CLASSIFICATION………………………………………………………………………………….6.7.5 12 12. 0 Calculation for Lifting Cable strength……………………………………………………………………………….. Wind Force Effect on Projected Area………………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9..

0 ANNEX: BENDING CALCULATION (EACH TOWER SECTION) 0 A 1 Top Most Section 0 A 2 2nd Section From Top 0 A 3 3rd Section From Top 0 A 4 4th Section From Top 0 A 5 5th Section From Top 0 0 #REF! . 0 Analysis for Failure from the pivot 0 Annex failure While lifting 13 Failure of Landing Leg Sand Shoe………………………………………………………………………………….. 0 REFERENCES…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 Analysis For Guy wire behavior Under Loads 0 10.. 0 Table 11. 0 Load Details Cabin Details 0 Tower Frame Details 0 Guide Arms 0 Base Frame Details 0 Concrete Block Details 0 Calculation 0 Turning Moment Due to Wind Force & Inclination 0 Locating the center of Gravity 0 15 16 Length Parameters of Guide Arms………………………………………………………………………………… 0 Self Stabe Safety factor Calculation……………………………………………………………………………… 0 Tor bar Safty Calculation Anchored Hilty Calculation 17 18 19 20 Calculation for Dimensions of the Rectangular Land Area…………………………………………………………………… 0 Finalized Parameter Values relevent to tower Models and Relevent0Cases CONCLUSIONS…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 Guy wire Data……………………………………………….1.8 Bending failure of Guide Arms 0 11 Yielding Failure 0 Yielding Failure in Compression…………………………………………………………….. Yielding Failure in Compression Analysis……………… 0 0 12 Failure from the pivot…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 0 14 STABILITY CALCULATION…………………………………………………………………………………...Calculation for Deflection & Guy wire strenth………………………………………………………………………………..

Load at the Top of Bottom Section = #REF! RB= E = L = #REF! I = #REF! #REF! 210 Gpa m4 dB Fig 1 Tower section Differential Equations EI V(x) 4 = q = 0 1 EI V(x) 3 = V = + c1 2 EI V(x) 2 = c1.Annex 1 Speciman Deflection Calculation for the bottom Most section Checking for Deflection of tower Without Guy Wires Analysis for bending of Cantilevered Beam.x + c2 3 .

x 4 5 +c4 Boundry Conditions Sh Force V(0) 3 = RA V(L) 3 = = RB #REF! V(0) 2 = 0 V(L) 2 = 0 Tangent V(0) 1 = 0 V(L) 1 = infinite = 0 V(L) = dB = 0 C4 = 0 = 0 C3 = 0 V(L) 2 = 0 EI V(L) 2 = c1.EI V(x) 1 = + c1.x +c3 EI V(x) = + c1.L = .x3 6 +c2.x2 2 +c2.L = RB BM Deflection V(0) From eq'n 5 V(0) From eq'n 4 V(0) 1 From eq'n 3 c2 +c2 7 Form Equation 2 V(L) 3 = #REF! = #REF! .c1.x2 2 +c3.

5 = For two flanges Moment of Inertia of web and Plates For three webs Total Moment of inertia of Lifting I beam = 1971875 = 3943750 5 x 1403 / 12 = = 1143333.x2 2 +c2.x #REF! +c3 .333 = 3430000 = 4 7373750 mm 4 7.10E+11 Pa (N/m2) Neutral Axis Moment of Inertia of the Flange (75 x 53 )/12 + (75 x 5) x 72.EI V(L) 3 + c1 = 2.37375E-06 m = c1 From 7 = c2 = c2 = #REF! .c1.L #REF! Sh Force EI V(x) 3 = + c1 = BM EI V(x) 2 = #REF! #REF! Tangent EI V(x) 1 = + c1.

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Custo req S factor .21 #REF! Pg 0 #REF! Bearing SF OUTPUTS Bearing SF 0 Pg 4 #REF! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 #REF! Bearing SF 0 #REF! #REF! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Custo req S factor 0 1.213804126 1.213804126 FALSE m Tower 1.213804126 1.00 Pro INDEX SEMI TRAILER 5 SEMI TRAILER Stable Mobi 40 New Stable 1.4 SEMI TRAILER Stable 4 4.21 1.7 0.213804126 SEMI TRAILER 1.

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6MW Dia 0.6MW Area 0.6 0.000 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GSM Len 0 GSM Len GSM Wdh 0 GSM Wdh GSM L/w 0 GSM L/w Gsm Area 0 Gsm Area Gsm Drag 0 Gsm Drag 0 0 0 0 0.6MW Area 0 0 0 0 .6MW Dia 0.

6MW Nos 2 0.6MW Nos 1.2MW Area 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GSM Nos 6 GSM Nos 0.000 #REF! 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 Antennae Load 0 400 0 Kg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Antennae Load .2MW Nos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 X Head Area 0 X Head Area Excess Head Load 0 Excess Head Load #REF! 6.2MW Area 0 1.2MW Dia 0 1.1.2MW Nos 1 1.2MW Dia 1.

400 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 1.400 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 1.000 Platform Height Building/Mountain Elevation 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 No of Pipes 0 No of Pipes Antena Frame 6 Antena Frame Top Most 3 Top Most 2nd Frm Top 3 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 3 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 3 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 3 5th Frm Top 0 3 0 3 0 0 Overlap 0 Antena Frame 1.000 5th Frm Top 0 0.650 0 0.000 Overlap Antena Frame Top Most 1.9 Building/Mountain Elevation 0.400 Top Most 2nd Frm Top 1.400 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 2.000 Platform Height 0.000 0 0.

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41 Thickness 0.50 1.41 5.0046 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 0.20 2.0 Antena Frame Thickness 0.2 0 1.00508 Antena Frame Top Most 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wt intensity 0 Wt intensity 1.0046 Top Most 2nd Frm Top 0.0051 3rd Frm Top .7 5.5 0 2.

0000 Antena Frame Sch No 80 Antena Frame Top Most 80(Std) Top Most 2nd Frm Top 80(Std) 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 80(Std) 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 80(Std) 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 80(Std) 5th Frm Top 0 80(Std) 0 80(Std) D out 0(Std) Antena Frame D out 0.0483 5th Frm Top 0 0.0051 5th Frm Top 0 0.0000 0 0.0000 0 0.0051 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 0.0000 0 0.075 Antena Frame Top Most 0.4th Frm Top 0.0483 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 0.0000 Top Most 0 Top Most 2nd Frm Top 0 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 0 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 0 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 0 5th Frm Top 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0000 Sch No 0.0334 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 0.0334 Top Most 2nd Frm Top 0.0483 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 0.

000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.035 5th Frm Top 0 0.500 0 0.500 0 8.500 0 8.036 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 0.300 0 8.035 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 0.035 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 0.035 2nd Frm Top 0.000 0 Top Most Section Gap Top Most 0.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 Length of Pipe 0 Length of Pipe Antena Frame 0 Antena Frame Top Most 0 Top Most 2nd Frm Top 0 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 0 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 0 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 0 5th Frm Top 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 2.500 0 8.4 0 9.000 0 0.

000 Gap between Sec 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.035 0 0.789 Gap between Sec 0.000 m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .8373 0 DiPCenTrCenter 5th 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 DiPCenTrCenter 5th 0.000 0 0 0 0.

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536012 0 1553.649256 0 1732.65 1641.1732.87 1553.54 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 270 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Guy Presence Antena Frame 0 Antena Frame Top Most 1 Top Most 2nd Frm Top 1 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 1 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 1 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top 0 5th Frm Top 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .871407 0 1641.

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00m Y Shelter 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 Shelter 0 Shelter weight 0 weight Height 0.50m Length Y Shelter 3.5 Xsec Size Height 0.60 Height Fr Nos 2.000m Breath Volume 0.00 Fr Nos .000m Volume 0 0.00m 0 0 SAND 0 SAND Height 0 Height Length 0.000m3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Small Con Cubes 0 Small Con Cubes Front Concrete 0 Front Concrete 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Xsec Size 1.00m width Length 3.00m Height width 0.000m Length Breath 0.

0 0 Xsec Size 1 Xsec Size Height 0.000m Xsec Size 1 Xsec Size Height 0.6 Arm Cube No Fr Cubes 1 No Fr Cubes No Arm Cubes 2 No Arm Cubes 0 Axels 0 Wt Details Descrip Axels Generator 0.5 FrCube Arm Cube 1.50 Height Fr Nos 2.00 Generator Other 0Kg Other .50 Height Fr Nos 2.00 Fr Nos Rear Con Position 7 Rear Con Position 0 0.00 Fr Nos 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 No of Main I beams 2 No of Main I beams 0 0 No of Cros I beams 3 No of Cros I beams Side Beam Nos 2 Side Beam Nos Main I beam Size 205x133 Main I beam Size Cross I beam Size 205x133 Cross I beam Size Side Beam Size 205x134 Side Beam Size Side Beam Unit Wt 30 Side Beam Unit Wt Side Beam type UB Side Beam type FrCube 0.

Weight Details 0Kg Weight Details Base Descrip Trailer weight Base Descrip Base Descrip 0 Truck Skeltal Trailer weight Base Descrip 0 0 950Kg Tot Ch Weight 0Kg 0 0Kg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Truck Skeltal Tot Ch Weight .

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000m Safe Y Twr & Head Load 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Base Gr Centr 5.500m 0 0.5 Base Gr Centr Base Struc Wt 3045 Base Struc Wt Wts Acc Stab 0 Wts Acc Stab 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rear Arm 0 Rear Arm Front Arm 0 Front Arm Auto Create 0 Auto Create Guy Wire Angle 0 Guy Wire Angle Y platform 0 Y platform Y F Pivot 0 Y F Pivot Y R Pivot 0 Y R Pivot LoadGrCentr 0 LoadGrCentr .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Safe 0 0 0 Y Twr & Head Load 0.

Weight Details 0 Weight Details Concrete 0 Concrete Truck 0 Truck Skeltal 0 Skeltal Tot Ch Weight 0 Tot Ch Weight 0 0 4.00 Front Extension a 120.03 Y F Pivot X F Pivot 1.466092517 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rear Extension 0 4.47 Y R Pivot 0 0.00 a Y platform 7 Y platform X platform 1.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 q Guy 0 120 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 q Guy .47 Rear Extension b 0.15 X F Pivot Y R Pivot frm Back 0.00 b Front Extension 6.15 X platform Y F Pivot 0.03 Y R Pivot frm Back Y R Pivot 6.

00 1 0 1.00 CASE NUMBER 0 CASE NUMBER 0 0 0 0 Back Leverage 0 0 0 0 0 4.21 5.207157398 0 4.21 4.47 1.207157398 0 4.466092517 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1.00 Back Leverage .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.

29 0 0.29 2.292842602 0 2.0 0 5.292842602 0 2.29 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.00 0 0 0 0 Rear LL Leverage enough 1 Rear 0 LL Leverage enough 1 R exeeding the Rear LL 2 R 0 exeeding the Rear LL 2 Front Leverage is enough Front 0 Leverage is enough 0 0 0 0 1 0 1.5 0 6.21 #REF! 0 #REF! 2.00 m 0 0 Case 0 Case 1 0 1.207157398 0 4.50 #REF! 0 #REF! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .00 Auto Create 0 Auto Create 0 0 4.292842602 0 5.

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Guy Diameter 0.008 Alloed Guy Tention 4.200m 0 0.0Ton Alloed Guy Tention 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Guy Diameter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .

00 0 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Presence 0 Presence 1 0 1.00 .00 1 0 0.00 3 0 0.00 AntenaFrame 0 0.00 0 0 0.

00 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 5 0e 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 7.00 (L + e)2 0 (L + e)2 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 e 0 0.00 0 0 0.Top Most 0 0.30 0 0 0.00 Initial Length 0 0.00 2nd From Top 0 0.02 0 0 0.07 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.02 0 0 0.02 0 0 0.00 0 0 6180.00 0 0 0.00 0 0.23 Percentage 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0.02 .00 0 0 0.

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0 = Vs = 19.08 gn = Vz = = Wind Pressure = = 1.25 2. S 0 = S c (1 + S h) Where S c : Fetch Factor = 1.BS 8100.1.4 : S a = 1 + 0.08 kN/m2 1.5 m/s Sa = Sa = Sd = Ss = = Altitude factor Cl 3.1.2 19.2.5 : S d 1.08 48.Part 4 Mean Site Wind Speed Vs = Where 3 sec Gust wind speed VsxVbxSdxSc = 50 m/s For Zone Relative Hourly Mean Wind speed Vb = 17.1 Direction factor Cl 3.001 D When D is 100m 1.3 S h : Topography Factor = 0.2 3 180 Kmph .05 m/s 0.25 m/s Vz = VsxSoxgn S0 = Terrain Factor Country Terrain.1.6 & Annex E : S s 1.6 (Cl 3.4 & Annex H) S0 = 2.59 x V z 2 1362.0 Seasonal factor Cl 3.

946 1.000 Option2 2.59 x 40.362 1. AA R AW 0.362 0.6 W k KN/m2 CN KA Dia(m) Option1 0.060 0.082 0.6 1.131 CA 1.000 Force /kN/m No.946 1.For Servisibility Condition Vk 30.0 1.04 2 = 0.025 4 0.135 1.18 KA = 1.946 1.0 Force/Antennae kN OperationalSurvival 1.765 0.04 m/s W k operational = 0.0 Wt 1.946 kN/m2 R AW = C N K A A A Sin 2 q CN = 0.1 x 2.200 0.1 0.2 R AW = C A K A A A CA = 1.025 4 0.189 0.08 40.2617 1.057 0.5000 = = V b x Sa x So 17.5 x 1.1 0.94 .0 Cellular Antennas Wk kN/m2 Antenne Dead(kN) Operational Surevival Area (m2) K A 180 1.362 0.272 Perational Survival OperationalSurvival ANTENNA ANCILLARIES R AW = C A K A A A At height/(m) Nos 36 Dia 2.

4000 0.3210 0. (m) (m2) (m) Section-01 2.0120 0.0586 4 0.0400 0.0 2.0400 0.90 18.18 0.4000 0.0400 0.946 1.4000 0.0120 0.4000 0.4000 0.0162 4 0.0250 0.4000 0.4172 0.0 0.4000 0.4773 0.0200 0.0400 0.0386 0.0400 0.0386 0.0102 4 0.0 2.0130 4 0.0483 0.4000 0.0120 0.5 0.2942 0.0483 0.0 2.26 0.4000 0.0549 Section-05 2.4000 0.0483 0.0267 0.0250 Solidity Ratio y Area m2 0.0267 (Above32m) 2.0 0.0250 No Length (m) 4 0.362 0.0250 0.4000 0.0400 0.181 0.4000 0.5490 0.4000 0.2840 0.8380 0.27 x 2.0400 0.0 0.0516 Section-04 2.5410 0.0 2.0400 0.783 CA 1 Anciliary Components ( Data Cable ) AS Structural Pipe/Rod Length Area Dia No Dia.0344 Section-02 2.4000 0.0250 Height (m) AA 0.0386 0.0 0.0267 0.3210 0.0120 0.3030 0.0120 0.0334 0.0 0.0400 .6930 0.0 0.At Height Nos (m) 40 Size Wt Dead Wk kN/m2 Antenne K A BxH (Kg) (kN) Operational Surevival Area/(m2) 6.4000 0.0120 0.0 0.2840 0.8320 0.0077 0.0077 Width (m) 2.0334 0.0400 0.6551 0.0344 Section-01 (Bellow32m) Force / Antenne kN OperationalSurevival 1.87 1.0334 0.4030 0.4000 0.3422 0.4000 0.4260 0.0369 Section-03 2.0 2.6760 0.0 0.

Over turning stability Calculation A A f d k YPlatform Stability Circle f X Platform YCG b s R p m l q Guyo YTWR Y=0 Line B LF LF Cos 60 LF Sin 60 C .

70 E+04 0.000 -1.96 Prof our 4560.52 E+03 Shelter 0 Kg 0 4.2 MW Dishes1.89 E+05 Turning Moment = WF Per Segment x No of Segments x Elevation Wind Force effect Area No of Segments Elevation m GSM Antennae0.00 E+00 Concrete @ A 5000 Kg 49.000 0.391 Y 0.52 E+03 0.760 182.500 4.300 8.871 1.40 1.2 : Checking the side most likely to Center of Gravity Without Concrete Weight Force Tower+Head Load 1533 Kg 15.Figure 8.835 2 Front Poly Pts(Arm) 576 Kg 5.000 0.000 1.00 5128.000 0.500 7.00 Description WF per seg Turning Moment KN KNm 0.00 1.08 E+04 0.00 E+00 Tower Frame 289 Kg 2.22 E+04 Center of Gravity of the system with Concrete Weight Force Y Tr M (J) Tower+Head Load 1533 Kg 15.300 -3.700 0.51 E+02 -1.54 2360.675 m2 6 40.00 E+00 8.000 -1.70 E+04 Base Struc Wt 3045 Kg 29.94 E+05 Concrete @ B 5000 Kg 49.050 6.034 Shelter 0 Kg 0 Tower Frame 289 Kg 2.835 0.00 E+00 5.47 E+05 2 Front Poly Pts(Arm) 576 Kg 5.750 0.034 0.00 E+00 Resultant Wt 20443 Kg 200.700 5.651 -3.180 84.871 Wt of Accessories 0 Kg 0 Resultant Wt 5443 Kg 53.000 6.944 1.790 Tr M (J) 7.050 0.00 E+00 Concrete @ C 5000 Kg 49.000 0.131 m2 2 36.050 -3.51 E+02 2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm)0 Kg 0 6.00 6019.2.00 E+00 4.000 2.750 0.08 E+04 Wt of Accessories 0 Kg 0 0.39 .541 0.651 2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm)0 Kg 0 Base Struc Wt 3045 Kg 29.

25 20.028 0.3 Y CG = 0.124 0.037 Section 3 0.68 Degrees 742.133 0.31 25.00 2110.75 11.034 Section 2 0.63 2641.121 0.030 Aviation Lamp 0.47 466.00 0.33 m Y Platform X Platform = = 6.50 28.75 4.099 0.53 669663.25 0.38 2822.99 0.54 2099.Cables 0.25 9.95 39.00 466.060 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 6 21 21 21 21 21 1 1 36.71 55.20 9.00 2150.47 KNm 201 KN Total Wind Turning Moment / Total Wt of the System 2.00 0.5 2.150 Section 1 0.39 39.4 .76 2400.052 Section 4 0.28 2400.13 1925.091 0.059 Lightening Arrestor 0.944 L = 6 = Tan d = = (Center of gravity of system with concrete Blocks) (Length of Guy Arm) Tan -1{ ( L x Sin 60) / (Y platform + Lx Cos60)} 5.055 Section 5 0.00 26.124 0.056 26.25 2577.00 Total Wind Turning Moment = Total Wt of the System = Leverage Required = 0.75 15.28 2274.

= Tan f = Tan -1{ ( X Platform) / (Y platform .03 Stable C legs leverage= = Radius of Stability = Circle Stable A Front B 1.56 Rear 2.30 4.39 A B C (Y CG + L x Cos 60) 3.6 1x1 1.Y CG) 5.94 Stable 1.79 = k Sin 1.33 900 .3 f+d Comparisan to select the side Most likely to fail Side Leverage= A legs leverage= k Sin f+d 4.Y CG)} 2.73 (Y platform .70 2.20 = 28.71 Degrees = X Platform / Sinf = 4.5x.5 x .

09 Nm Taking momentOver about Turning Moment Moment of Self Wt Resultant Moment Required Wt @ .Y CG ) 278.Moment of self Weight 1395.790 m Y CG 3m 6m 72 KN B 224 KN C 186 KN Taking Moments about A Over turning moment = 186 x 9 = Moment of self Weight = = Resultant Moment = = Required Weight = = 1674 KNm W x ( 6 .85 Resultant Moment / ( 6 + 3) 155.15 Over turning moment .391 KN 0.Concrete Blocks Required W 53.

15 KNm 1395.about A KNm 1674 KNm 278.37 445.51 A .09 C 49.85 about C 648 202.63 KN 155.

Post Desaster Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 0.59 120 105 85 Operationl Neutral Structure In Sri Lanka 110 95 75 180 160 120 .

50 8.856169 8.000 m 0.06 1 2 3 4 5 0 R AW 0.000 m 0.50 8.50 8.50 R out / (m) = y #REF! O L Redu Top 0.856169 0.000 m .000 m 0.000 m 0.000 m 0.50 8.Section Sec 0.

Drag Coeff C NC Operational Kq 1.1392 0.0635 0.0423 0.4000 1.0482 Force F1 0.946 0.102 1.0 0.045586 0.0 0.505768907 0.161224 0.102 1.1427 0.0 0.0 0.083169 0.946 0.1140 0.946 0.1000 1.111334 0.0604 1.0 0.0421 0.041584 0.696292938 0.4000 Wk kN/m2 RM 1.380180601 0.114 0.045586 Tot F 0.0482 0.2860 1.1000 1.30671961 0.118 0.1525 0.946 0.057206564 0 0 0 0 0.773746723 0.0589 0.1900 1.06101 .112 0.091172 0 0 0 0.946 0.0896 1.055667 1.1040 0.0440 0.0645 kN/m a A A 0.0350 0.11417 0.057085 0.1400 1.098 1.0 0.946 0.

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G.K.( 359 ) 0 0 0.G.00 B SF CELL ON WHEEL Tower Model COW 4009 CONTENTS Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .V.

G.2 Serviceability Limit States 1.( 360 ) 1.G.1 Strenth Limt States 1.GUY ARM/FOUNDATION AND ANCHORAGES Conrete 10.3 Analysis 1.PROTECTIVEBending GROUNDING Strength Calculation Table 9.1.OTHER STRUCTURAL STRUCTURE MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION…………………………………………………………… 7.4 Definitions 1.GENERAL 1. Wind Velocity Variation with Height……………… Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.5 Symbols 2.Jayantha .INSULATORS 9.GUY ASSEMBLIES 8.MANUFACTURING 6.V.LOADS Scope Classification of Structure Combination of Loads Tempeerature Effects Dead Loads Wind and Ice Loads 3.K.ANALYSIS 4.DESIGN STRENTH OF STEEL 5.

Data of Stiffeners…………………………………… 13. Yielding Failure Yielding Failure in Compression…………………………………………………………….CLIMBING FACILITIES Table 9. ASSEMBLY TOLARANCES. Guy wire Data………………………………………………. Weight of Tower Sections………………………… 14. Shelter Details Table 14.2. Buckling Failure Analysis……………………………………………………… Table 10.V.G. Tower Frame Details Table 14. Moment of inertia of the Composite sections…… Table 9.8. Calculation for Buckling & Deflection Calculation for buckling failure………………………………………………………………………………….G. STABILITY CALCULATION…………………………………………………………………………………. Yielding Failure in Compression Analysis……………… Yielding Failure in Tension Table 11.4. Table 14.MAINTAINANCE AND CONDITION ASSESMENT Table9.3 Bending failure of Guide Arms 11 .Jayantha . Buckling for bottom most sub section…………………… Calculation for Lifting Cable strength…………………………………………………………………………… Calculation for Deflection & Guy wire strenth…………………………………………………………………… Table 10. Table 11.9. Guide Arms Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.6.OBSTRUCTION MARKING Table 9.2.3. Table 12..3..1.5.AND Table MARKING 9.2.1..1. Wind Force Effect on Projected Area……………… Table 9. Analysis for Failure from the pivot 13 .1.2. Tower Vertical Pipe Data………………………………………… Table 9.EXISTING STRUCTURES 10 . Failure of Landing Leg Sand Shoe……………………………………………………………… 14 .PLANS.7. Bending Moment Failure Analysis……………………………… 15.2.( 361 ) 11. Failure from the pivot…………………………………………………………………………………. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Derived from Table 03 12. Tower Tensile failure of the pipe on the wind flow side 12 . Section Wind force and Gravity centers………… Table 9. Table 10.K. 10.

Calculation to find arm length for bolting Option. ANNEX: BENDING CALCULATION (EACH TOWER SECTION) 1. Notations and Symbols Symbol Description a Area needed for I composite calculation…………………………………………………… Ce Gra Above Center of gravity of the tower sections……………………………………………………… Cen W Force Center of wind force…………………………………………………………………………… d internal Internal Diameter……………………………………………………………………………. Base Frame Details Table 14. D Stiff Diameter of Stiffeners………………………………………………………………………… H Height…………………………………………………………………………….. Calculation for Dimensions of the Rectangular Land Area…………………………………………………… 18 .G. 20 . 16 .7.. Finalized Parameter Values relevant to tower Models and Relevant Cases 19 . h1 Upper portion of section height……………………………………………………………… h2 Lower portion of section height……………………………………………………………… Height Above Height above the tower section……………………………………………………………… I Moment of Inertia……………………………………………………………………………. Locating the center of Gravity 15 . Length Parameters of Guide Arms………………………………………………………………………………….. REFERENCES………………………………………………………………………………….( 362 ) Table 14.. GENERAL 0 .V. Safety factor Calculation…………………………………………………………………………………. D Out External Diameter……………………………………………………………………………. Turning Moment Due to Wind Force & Inclination Table 14. CONCLUSIONS…………………………………………………………………………………. I Composite Moment of Inertia of composite section……………………………………………………… L Pipe Length of pipe of the tower section………………………………………………………… L stiff Length of stiffener of the tower section……………………………………………………… n Stiffeners No of lengths of stiffeners…………………………………………………………………… Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr...5. Concrete Block Details Table 14.K.4. 17 .6..Jayantha .8. Load Details Table 14.G.

Start Height Starting height of a tower section…………………………………………………………… Tr Moment Turning Moment……………………………………………………………………………. R out External Radius…………………………………………………………………………….G.G. Sec height Sectional Height of tower section…………………………………………………………… SF Safety Factor…………………………………………………………………………….. Required Ld Required leverage distance from guide Arms for stability………………………………… Sch No Schedule Number…………………………………………………………………………….. GENERAL Tower Calculations have been done according to AISI EIA/TIA 222 G Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. Wind Force Tr Moment Turning Moment due to wind force…………………………………………………………… y Distance to Extreme Fiber…………………………………………………………………… Y Distance to Center of Gravity from tower side end of the Frame………………………… // to Center Line Parallel to center line………………………………………………………………………… 90o to Center LinePerpendicular to Center line………………………………………………………………… Note: All other notations are illustrated with figures 1 .K.Jayantha . Un Wt of Pipe Unit Weight of Pipe…………………………………………………………………………… Un Wt of Stiff Unit weight of stiffeners……………………………………………………………………… Symbol Description Wi Pressure Wind Pressure……………………………………………………………………………..V.( 363 ) offset X val Offset due to 1 degree inclination…………………………………………………………… r Internal Radius……………………………………………………………………………...

G. Tower support frame and Platform structure is sand blasted. All steel materials used are made according to DIN standards. This calculation is withstand a wind speed of 3. 5.V. This has been done to prevent the Proposal getting lengthen unnecessarily. Total head load weight and Area is followed in the section Load Details 400 Kg Head RefHead Load details 160 Kmph Customer allowed area Max is 6. The structures are checked for two major limit states. Material Used for Tower Sections 2. Primered and painted according to clients requirement. Each action taken will be explained with illustrations in Calculation section 2 . All tower sections are subjected to Hot dip Galvanization. While reviewing the reader will be able to see the data in the form of tables. INTRODUCTION The study has focused on the most critical aspects of the real tower.G. DESIGN PHILOSOPHY RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL LOADS The proposed revision of the standard is based on limit states design. Also he will notice that Specimen calculation is provided for the most important (Critical) row of the table. 1.K. Ref 7.( 364 ) Standard. 4 .Jayantha . Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. While trying to strict to standard the designer have tried to adopt the formal procedure in order to model the systemcloser to reality.00 m2 4. The calculation for the area and weight of antennae are followed as per customer’s request.

G. Therefore it is not essential to depend on a Directionality safety factor as long as critical situation is concern.G. Wind Speeds escalated with height according to the terrain characteristics surrounding a given site. Here Exposure C (Flat open area) is selected The direction of wind and tower orientation of a mobile tower at a given time cannot be predicted. But the force which will turn the system will be the cross particle perpendicular to AB and always will be less then or equal to wind force. According to Figure shown bellow the Wind velocity V is most likely to turn the whole system about the axis AB depending on the power of the wind force. The calculations are flexible for any wind flow direction provided Wind velocity is less than Survival Wind velocity.85 Directionality Safety factor.V. Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .( 365 ) i ) Strength limit states ii ) Serviceability limit states According to TIA-222-G standard Wind load is considered as the major fact controlling the stability.K. Therefore AISI/TIA standards have allocated a 0.

STRUCTURE CLASSIFICATION Structures are classified according to reliability requirements. Also ice loading does not apply to this category.68 m2 Length to breath Ratio Area Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. This tower falls under this category.Jayantha .V. Category I Structures have the lowestreliability requirements and are intendeddamage to represent structures for which there is a low hazard to human life and to property in the event of failure. 2 .27 m = 9.G. LOAD HEAD LOAD DETAILS Calculation for area of GSM antennae Length = 2.26 = 0.( 366 ) Tower side V Fig 3.G.K.50 m Width = 0. Category II structures represent a substantial hazard to human life intended for services that may be provided by other means.1 Wind flow Direction Analysis 5 .

2 MW Dishes 1.40 m2 Excess Head Load 40.03 m2 0 Deg 1 45.35 m2 35 Kg GSM Antennae 0.V.28 m2 Diameter = 1.68 m2 120 Deg 2 40.9 Diameter = 0.35 m2 45 Kg 1.005 m2 3 0.13 m2 10 Kg Lightening Arrestor0.60 m2 7.0 m 1.2 MW antennae Effect of Cables Per Meter 13 Kg Feeder Cable 0.0 m 1.68 m2 240 Deg 2 40.075 m2 1 Kg Optical Cables 0.13 m2 Calculation for area of 0.0 m 1.K.0 m 0.60 m Area = 0.005 m2 3 0.13 m2 0 Deg 1 36.2 MW Dishes 1.03 m2 4 Kg 0 Deg 1 42.13 m2 0 Deg 1 38.20 m Area = 1.013 m2 6 0.G.6 MW antennae Calculation for area of 1.13 m2 55 Kg 1.014 m2 0.014 m2 1 Kg Power Cables 0.06 m2 Aviation Lamp 0.0 m 1.( 367 ) Force coefficient of the section = 0.G.10 m2 Weight and Area parameters of head Loads with Brackets ANTENNAE AND ACCESSORIES Unit Weight Description Area Wnid Nor q Nos Elevation Tot Area 35 Kg GSM Antennae 0.0 m 1.35 m2 35 Kg GSM Antennae 0.00 m2 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.06 m2 Total Antenne Area 6.0 m 0.Jayantha .0 m 0.68 m2 0 Deg 2 40.

G.08 m2 12 Kg Ant Frame Brackets0.03 m2 0.05 m 2.18 m2 0.812 m/s2 (On Earth) Approved By:Mr.28 m2 2nd Frm Top 2.400 m Tower Elevation = 0.650 m From Ground Level Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera COW 40 m 853 Kg 9.22 m2 3rd Frm Top 2.( 368 ) Antenne Frame Cables 21 Kg Ant Frame Poles 0.77 m2 6 .V.0 m 0.Jayantha .K.G.77 m2 4th Frm Top 2.18 m2 680 Kg Total Head Load 6.77 m2 0 Deg 1 4.35 m 2.10 m2 6 40.39 m2 TOWER Unit Weight Description Area Wnid Nor q Nos Elevation Tot Area Top Most 2.77 m2 5th Frm Top 2.0 m 1.22 m2 0 Deg 1 25. Tower Specifications Type & Model = Tower Height = Tower Weight = Total Head Load = 680 Kg Number Of Sections = 5 Gravity Acceleration = Overlap = 1.28 m2 0 Deg 1 33.77 m2 0 Deg 1 11.45 m 2.77 m2 0 Deg 1 18.55 m 2.00 m2 6 40.900 m From System Level Distance from Elevated level to tower = 0.25 m 2.

G.K. 33.G.Jayantha .1" .08mm Material ST 52. 1/2" DIA (DIN 17100 Standard) OD .V.( 369 ) lding/Mountain Elevation 7 . Material Used for Tower Sections 1.5. Stiffeners (Lattice Structure ) Bright Steel Rod Material Checked By: Athula Haputantri (DIN 17100 Standard) Top Stiffeners 1/2" DIA Bottom Stiffeners 5/8" DIA 1020 Carbon Steel Tensile Stress = 380 N/mm2 Yield Strength = 200 N/mm2 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.48.3 (DIN 17100 Standard) Tensile Stress = 523 N/mm2 Yield Strength = 335 N/mm2 2.3.4 mm Thickness. Pipe Schedule 80 .

K.Jayantha .G. Wind Loads Analysis Survival wind speed = 160 Kmph 44.( 370 ) 8 .G. K1 . K3 Vb = Basic wind speed of the place in m/s K1 = Probability Factor(Risk coefficient) K2 = Terrain height and Structure size Factor K3 = Topography Factor ( 1. = Vb .0 for planes ) Vz Where Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V. K2 .89 Wind Velocity relevant to each case will be found with the following formulae and factors. There will be two cases one for operational and the other for survival wind velocity.44 Operational wind speed = 140 Kmph 38.

07 1.12 1.45 m 56.88 1.07 1.44 ms K1 = 1.6 x Vz2 V z /(ms-1) Pressure/(Pa) 39.05 1.07 1.05 1.74 1.07 1.05 1.12 1.18 K3 = 1.V.89 E+03 35.30 m 56.20 1.00 E+00 Calculation for wind Load on the antennae At 160 Kmph -1 44.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.10 m 50.07 10 1.( 371 ) K1 for Towers Height/(m) Operational(120) Terrain Category I Survival(160) K2 Class A K2 Class B 50 1.Jayantha .65 m 52.74 1.75 m 53.73 E+03 24.10 15 1.05 1.89 E+03 31.18 30 1.03 Pz = Wind Reg H Frm Grnd 0.05 1.15 1.05 1.07 K2 = 1.00 0.00 m 0.00 E+00 0.07 1.05 1.18 40 1.20 1.13 20 1.G.K.09 1.20 m 53.07 1.00 0.G.00 m 0.73 E+03 28.64 E+03 21.12 1.31 1.55 E+03 0.

12 m/s = 0.05 K2 = 1.98 N/m2 Calculation for wind Load on the Tower Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. K1 .G. K1 . K 2 . K3 = 1392.6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P N/m2 Vb .6 x Vz2 = 1.37 Wind Pressure P At -1 38.K.18 K3 = 1.( 372 ) Vb .89 ms 140 Kmph K1 = 1.Jayantha .18 m/s = 0.00 Vz = Vz = 48.G. K3 Vz = Vz = 56.V.889. K 2 .

05 K2 = 1.00 Vz = Vz = 44.50 N/m2 Calculation for wind Load on the Shelter(Only if present) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.89 K1 = 1.6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P Vb .10 K3 = 1.K.G. K3 = At 1641. K1 .( 373 ) At 160 Kmph 44.87 N/m2 140 Kmph 38.31 m/s = 0. K 2 .V. K3 1210.G. K1 .00 Vz = Vz = 52.10 K3 = 1.6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P = Vb .07 K2 = 1.Jayantha .92 m/s = 0.44 K1 = 1. K 2 .

K3 1102.6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P = Checked By: Athula Haputantri Vb . K1 . K 2 .93 m/s = 0.00 Vz = Vz = 49.V.96 N/m2 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.00 Vz = Vz = 42.05 K3 = 1.07 K2 = 1.G. K3 = At 1496.G. K 2 . K1 .44 K1 = 1.6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P Vb .89 K1 = 1.88 m/s = 0.00 N/m2 140 Kmph 38.( 374 ) At 160 Kmph 44.Jayantha .05 K3 = 1.05 K2 = 1.

0334 0.7 52.Jayantha .0000 0.3 56.31 1.89 E+03 1 Top Most 35.G.00455 2 2nd Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.00508 5 5th Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.74 1.0000 0.0483 0.73 E+03 4 4th Frm Top 24.0 0.64 E+03 5 5th Frm Top 21.00455 3 3rd Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.2 53.V.00508 0 0 0 0(Std) 0.0483 0.55 E+03 0 0 0.0 0.00 0.00 0.8 53.00000 0 0 0 0(Std) 0.5 56.00 E+00 0 0 0. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Section 0 Antena Frame 1 Top Most MS 80(Std) 0.89 E+03 2 2nd Frm Top 31.00 E+00 Material Sch No D Out/(m) Thickness MS 80(Std) 0.0483 0.1 50.2.74 1.0334 0.12 1. Wind Velocity on tower sections for Survival wind velocity (160 Kmph) Section Height/(m) V z /(ms-1)Wi Pressure/(Pa) Antennae Frame 39.00508 4 4th Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.G.88 1.K.( 375 ) 9 .12 1. Bending Strength Calculation Terrain category I Class B for tower sections Table 9.73 E+03 3 3rd Frm Top 28.00508 Table 9.00000 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.0750 0.1.

Section Height detail of tower section X M tot H tb q` B Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.0381 0.0000 0.( 376 ) Table 9.1.000 m 0.000 m 0.0381 0.000 h1 Sec Height h2 Fig 9.012 m 0.019 m 0.017 m 0.0381 0.024 m 0.559 5 5th Frm Top 0.Jayantha .032 m 1.0000 0.683 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.000 m 0.320 3 3rd Frm Top 0.024 m 0.024 m 0.012 m 0.038 m 0.0648 0.3.000 m 0.017 m 0.G.019 m 0.0243 0.000 1 Top Most 0.0243 0.019 m 0.433 4 4th Frm Top 0.V. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Derived from Table 03 Section R out / (m) = y d internal/(m) r / (m) x Sec height/(m) Antena Frame 0.K.217 2 2nd Frm Top 0.

State of tower under equilibrium just before falling Fig 9.016 1.5.45 m 14.10 m 19.650 m Cen W F Sec AbvStart Height CGgAbvTwrBot 2.0001131 0.00 m 4.90 m 12.58 Kg/m Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.30 m 25.55 m 0.2.4.90 m 1 Top Most 10.016 1.( 377 ) q` B W Fig 9.45 m 4 4th Frm Top 32.05 m 2 2nd Frm Top 17.G.00 m 0.00 m 0.70 m 37.10 m 19.Jayantha .K.90 m 21.00 m 0.V.80 m 8.00 m 39.0002011 0.40 m 33.012 0.10 m 11.89 Kg/m 2 2nd Frm Top BS Shafting 0.55 m Total Height 40.20 m 36.70 m 5.012 0.00 m 0 0 0.55 m 3 3rd Frm Top 24.58 Kg/m 4 4th Frm Top BS Shafting 0.25 m 0 0 0.00 m Table 9.20 m 18.0002011 0.40 m 1.0001131 0.00 m 7. Data of Stiffeners Section 1 Material Top Most Xsec Area D Stiff/(m) Un Wt of Stiff BS Shafting 0.35 m 5 5th Frm Top 39.00 m 0.89 Kg/m 3 3rd Frm Top BS Shafting 0.00 m 0.00 m 16.900 m 0.00 m 0. Section Wind force and Gravity centers Distance from Elevated level to tower Tower base Elevation from ground level H Twr Ele Section H Above Sec bottom Antena Frame = = 0.G.35 m 28. Horizontal movement due to 1o Inclination(Worst Case) Table 9.3.

58 Kg/m 0 0.000 0.90 E-04 6.3 Kg 119.90 E-04 1.06 E-05 5 5th Frm Top 1.3 Kg 119.2 Kg 3 3rd Frm Top 138. Moment of inertia of the Composite sections Section I Antenna Frame 6.6 Kg Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.12 E-04 2.07 E-05 3.00 E+00 Table 9.09 E-04 3.398 E-08 4.00 E+00 0.000 0.G.4 Kg 204.000 E+00 0.00 Kg/m 0 0.38 E-05 0 0 0.5 Kg 37.K.7 Kg 679.6 Kg 799.76 E-05 1.h2 2 1.016 1.59 E-04 4.6 Kg 679.633 E-07 6.0002011 0.h1 2 a.4 Kg 1123.12 E-04 1.633 E-07 6.Jayantha .00 Kg/m Note : Moment of inertia of the composite section about the neutral axis is found using the Parallel axis theorem I = p(R4-r4) 4 I Comp = ( I + a x h12) + [2 x ( I + a x h22)] 4 Table 9.00 E+00 0 0 0.398 E-08 4.7 Kg 1 Top Most 90.53 E-04 1.90 E-04 1.8 Kg 919.000 E+00 0.18 E-05 6.6.1 Kg Xtra Stuff SectionTot Total Abv 553.4 Kg 2 2nd Frm Top 82.96 E-05 4 4th Frm Top 1.27 E-06 2 2nd Frm Top 4.3 Kg 29.53 E-04 1 Top Most 4.7.00 E+00 0.1 Kg 66.00 E+00 0.( 378 ) 5 5th Frm Top 0 0 BS Shafting 0.00 E+00 0.G.633 E-07 6.856 E-07 a / (m2) a.V. Weight of Tower Sections Weight / (Kg) Section Pipes Frame + Head Load126.12 E-03 5.26 E-06 3 3rd Frm Top 1.

232 m2 0.000 m2 0.4 Kg 1532.0 Kg 0.Jayantha .0 Kg 0.867 m2 0.396 m2 2.276 m2 1.672 m2 2.632 m2 3.672 m2 2.138 m2 2 2nd Frm Top 0.000 m2 12.385 m2 5 0 0.( 379 ) 4 4th Frm Top 138. Bending Moment Failure Analysis Righting Moment Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Turning Moment Approved By:Mr.385 m2 5 5th Frm Top 1.000 m2 0.867 m2 0.0 Kg 0.232 m2 0.5 (AISI Standard) Projected Area x Force Coefficient WF x H Area Projected/(m2) Section Pipes Cables Frame Antennae 1.9.4 Kg 1328.1 Kg 66.867 m2 0.0 Kg 0.771 m2 1.232 m2 0.000 m2 0.1 Kg 5 5th Frm Top 138.223 m2 1.949 m2 0.080 m2 Extra Stuff Sec Total Eff Total 0.111 m2 3 3rd Frm Top 1.0 Kg 0.G.000 m2 0.0 Kg 0 0 0.307 m2 6.8.000 m2 5 0 0.867 m2 0.245 m2 5.8 Kg Pole (Only) Center of Table 9.852 m2 0.K.5 Kg 0 0 0.932 m2 0.504 m2 2.771 m2 1.672 m2 2.385 m2 4 4th Frm Top 1.771 m2 1.000 m2 0.000 m2 0.000 m2 0. Wind Force Effect on Projected Area Force Coefficient for Circular sections = Effective Area = TM = 0.4 Kg 204.000 m2 0.1 Kg 66.4 Kg 204.0 Kg 0.316 m2 1 Top Most 0.V.G.811 m2 Bending Stress ( s ) = 270 N/mm2 BM = I comp x s 2.0 Kg Tower Weight 852.70 E+08 Pa y Table 9.

52 E+03 2 2nd Frm Top -1.83 E+04 4.05 E+05 3.19 E+04 -1.08 4 4th Frm Top -1.39 E+04 1.00 E+00 -1.G.00 1 Top Most Note: ( .00 E+00 0.82 E+04 0.99 -1.04 0 0 0.19 E+04 -1.95 2 2nd Frm Top -7.00 E+00 0.451 1.58 E+04 BM Total Y Extreme BM Allowed Safety Factor Section Antena Frame 8.41 E+03 1 Top Most -1.45 E+05 1.286 1.23 E+05 1.) safety factor denotes higher safty as it has to go passing 0 to go to Failiure.00 E+00 0.79 5 5th Frm Top 3.95 E+04 -1.36 E+05 0.17 E+03 0.75 E+05 2.89 E+05 6.00 E+00 0.V.55 E+05 2.500 4.05 E+04 0.00 E+00 0.22 E+04 -1.55 E+03 4 4th Frm Top -6.02 E+03 3 3rd Frm Top -3.00 E+00 0.143 3.211 4.35 3 3rd Frm Top -7.76 E+03 4.Jayantha .03 E+04 4.G.54 E+05 4.400 m Def a Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.64 E+04 0.28 E+05 1.36 E+04 -1.17 E+04 0.58 E+03 5 5th Frm Top -6.00 E+00 0.00 0 0 0.62 E+05 1.00 E+00 0 0 0.000 0. Consideration of stiifner Strenth for Bending Effect Segment Height (L i ) = 0.00 E+00 0.12 E+03 0 0 0.57 E+04 2.369 1.30 E+05 12.15 E+05 6.K.14 E+05 3.000 0.( 380 ) Section Guy Cable Stru RigidityWind Force Inclination Antena Frame 3.66 E+05 56.46 E+05 2.

017 0.G.10 0.041 0.019 0.14 Deg Height x Tan (Def) = Section Peak H 0.017 0.10 0.00040 3 3rd Frm Top 24.075 0.017 0.094 m Def All at H Def for Sec DefPerSegment 1 Top Most 39.20 0.00080 4 4th Frm Top 17.058 0.00080 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00041 2 2nd Frm Top 31.( 381 ) a L com Stif q b L ten Stif q q L i/ 2 Pipe Distance q/(Deg) b Tan Inv (Def/Li) = (L I /2) 2 = L ten Stiff 2 + L Ten Stif x L i a (L I ) 2 = L Com Stiff 2 + 2 x L Com Stif x L i Righting Moment from Stiffners Total Swaey = Def Allowed at H = 0.094 0.V.Jayantha .00 0.K.G.

0000000 0.00112 0 0 0.0000000 0.831.625 75.024 0.000 0.3206187 0.000 0.00 0.c 1 Top Most 51.000 0.00 0.000 0.000 0.0005440 0 0 0.8 Considering The Stiffner Being tensioned b/(Deg) a/(Deg) Exp len.000 0.115 0.058 0.000 0.0001600 2 2nd Frm Top 61.0001768 0.6758561 0.8144976 0 0.51 1477.00000 Sway Section Pipe Distance q/(Deg) L Stiff L Ten Stiff 1 Top Most 0.000 0.0001769 3 3rd Frm Top 68.927 0.161 0.K.00015987 0. e Contr Len .27 953.682 72.000 0.0003735 0.00037351 0.251 0.G.Jayantha .059 0.117 68.90 0.442 0.0003738 4 4th Frm Top 72.0000000 0 0 0.0001131 11.000 0.00000 0 0 0.892 0.24 2 2nd Frm Top 0.369 0.0003842 0.91 3 3rd Frm Top 0.4197719 0.G.0000000 0.( 382 ) 5 5th Frm Top 9.0005437 0.5392989 4 4th Frm Top 0.315 0.591 0.18 2179.789 0.30 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.235.0000000 Righting Moment = Force x Perpedicular Distance Tentioned Stiffner e/(m) X sec Area Axial Force Righting Moment 1 Top Most 0.6762404 5 5th Frm Top 0.00017685 0.115 0.0002011 29.000 0.0000000 0 0.502 61.V.0001131 9.996.0001599 0.0000000 0.5389253 0.000 0.8139539 0.646 0.0003845 5 5th Frm Top 75.370 51.0000000 (E ) for BS Shafting = 209.4199487 3 3rd Frm Top 0.500 0.024 0.3207786 2 2nd Frm Top 0.

42 1851.00 0 0 0.00037377 0.75 5 5th Frm Top 0.00000000 0 0.G.0001131 11837.00038446 0.0002011 28194.36 1399.19 5469.K.0002011 29255.175.00 0 0 0.00054403 0.( 383 ) 4 4th Frm Top 0.00038424 0.0002011 23995.00000000 0 0.32 2 2nd Frm Top 0.00 0.00054367 0.60 0 0 0.00 Comressed Stiffner c/(m) X sec Area Axial Force Righting Moment 1 Top Most 0. STABILITY CALCULATION Y Stability Circle Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Y CG Approved By:Mr.02 4 4th Frm Top 0.77 5 5th Frm Top 0.49 1759.53 4586.00 0.G.00000000 0 0.00 0.89 1427.00000000 0 0.01 0 0 0.00 0.Jayantha .46 5437.0002011 28.00015995 0.00 14 .981.00017692 0.0001131 10000.23 3 3rd Frm Top 0.0002011 23.V.

V.G.K.00 m Length Y Shelter Start 3. Shelter Details Weight 0 Kg Height 0.000 mm2 Table 14.1. X tra Leverage required for stability will given by the extension of Arm or leverage beam.00 m Width 0.0000 m3 1 0.00 Kg 1Pcs 0 0.000m Breath 0.000 m Distance at which the Block is fixed from arm End Checked By: Athula Haputantri Number Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.1.G.00 Kg = 0.50 m Area 3. Details of Heavy Objects effecting the Stability Table 14.00 m 0.Jayantha .1 Sanded Volume Details Height 0.000m3 Extra Weights Distributed On the Deck Unit Wt Sand Country 1840 Kgs Small Concrete Blocks 10Kgs Tot Weight 0.000m Length 0.( 384 ) Coordinate System definition As shone in the figure front side will be decided according to the orientation of tower when irected Extream center point of Front side Beam will be taken as the coordinate center.000m Volume 0.

V. Tower Frame Details Beam/Plates 402.850 m 1.5.Weights at Critical Polygon Points Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. If Guy wires are present they fixed to the X tra leverage Extentions therefore it only Makes the Structure rigid relative to the Base Frame.00 Kg Other Loads 10.579 m 3127 Kg Mid Concrete 0.500 m 0.2. Concrete Base Details(Underneath Landing Legs) Description Placed Y Dis X sec Size Height Cube Weight Twr Side Concrete -2.500 m 0. The whole system is made sure to be Stable the self weight of the Whole system.579 m 3127 Kg Other Side Concrete 6.00 Kg Total 412 Kg Note.( 385 ) Center of gravity of block from End of extension = 0.3.711 m Table 14.000 m 1.K.G. Tower is checked for stability when the total system is about fall about two ground contact Points Table 14.855 m 1.G.500 m 0.290 m Center of gravity of block from Pivot = 5.Jayantha .579 m 3127 Kg Table 14.

K.V.G.Jayantha .00 m 2 0. Factors causing Turning Moment Wind Force M tot R=0 R = Wt Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.( 386 ) Unit Wt County Units Total Wt Front Polygon Points 48 Kg/m 6.00 Kg Rear Polygon Points 48 Kg/m 0.00 Kg Off Set X val Wind Force w1 H/2 w2 w3 w4 1o w5 1o Fig 14.G.00 m 2 576.1.

Jayantha .2.G.7. State of tower under equilibrium just before falling By taking moment about point A L d Required x Wt "=" M tot L d Required "=" M tot Wt "=" 6.70 E+05 J 1.000 m2 Turn ower TM Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.811 m2 1642 Pa 21034 N 19.387 m2 1889 Pa 12068 N 40. Turning Moment Due to Wind Force & Inclination Area Head Loads Pressure Wind Force Cen W Force 6.( 387 ) R=0 R = Wt Wt Ld Required A B Fig 14.K.38 P = r x V2 WF = PxA TM = WF x H Table 14.0 m 0.V.6 m 0 Pa 0N 0.0 m Tower Wind Force12.G.98 E+05 J "=" 3. 0.

42E+05 J 1.000 9.06E+05 J Guy Righting Moment 4.89 E+03 Front arm Con Blocks5000 Kg 49.750 0.83E+05 J Twr Wind F Moment 4.836 0.000 0.G.500 7.58E+04 J Self Righting Moment 7.36 E+05 Extra Mid Concrete U5000 Kg 49.878 1.500 0. Locating the center of Gravity Weight Force Tower+Head Load 1533 Kg Y Tr M (J) 15.850 3.95 E+03 2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm) 0 Kg 1.52 E+03 0 4.11E+05 J Twr Inc'n Moment 1.000 4.648 6.00 E+00 Base Struc Wt 29.70 E+05 Shelter 0 Kg Tower Frame Wt of Accessories Resultant Wt Total Tr Moment 3045 Kg 0 Kg 20443 Kg "=" Centre of Gravity 6.08 E+04 0 5.Jayantha .00 E+00 198.V.227 1.15E+06 J Table 14.51 E+02 2 Front Poly Pts(Arm) 576 Kg 1.060 -2.648 -3.40 E+05 Rear concrete Block 5000 Kg 49.037 0.46E+05 J Slac Guy Init Moment 2.300 8.K.( 388 ) Tur'gMomenRi'g Moment Antennae Moment 4.855 -1.8.700 5.70 E+05 J Y b YPlatform Y CG Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Stability Circle Approved By:Mr.362 2.060 0.G.15E+06 J 1.00 E+00 289 Kg 2.060 6.

Jayantha . Polygon point Arrangement 15 .3.V.G.362 3m 6m B A 36 112 WF Concrete about C about A Checked By: Athula Haputantri wt Mom 10 982 324 70 1578 837 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.36 m (Minimum Perpendicular Distance Fr Calculations are followed Note: As discusssed earlier the required R has to be satisfied in and Direction as the Wind Flow and its Direction can't be predic Stability Verification 204 KN 1.( 389 ) a X X Platform LF Fig 14.38 m = 4.K. Length Parameters of Extention Points( STABILITY CALCULATION ) Radious of Stability Circle (R) L Cr Critical Leaverage Length = 3.G.

Jayantha . Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.K.V.( 390 ) Practically the structure rotates about two arms.G. In this section Critical Direction is considered for failiure analysis.

00 COW Length Platform // to center line Y Platform Width 90o to center line X Platform 6. Provided above condition is YTower satisfied the platform structure can be adjested upto extent allowed by the design. Fig Please refer calculation Relevent to case 1 Case 1 _ Stability Circle is within Polygon Rear Points Case 2 _ Stability Circle is Beyond Polygon Rear Points Case 3 _ Stability Circle is within Both Rear and Front Polygon points Desiding on Number of Arms and Guy Wire Orientation Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.030 Pivot Point Y Distance Rear Ext Y R Pivot q Guy 6.00 Rear Extention 0.150 120 Deg Note: The Polygon created by poligon points should Be greater than 3m x 3m in size to have the best stablity and minimum deflection of platform structure.G.470 1.V.Jayantha .G.K.500 Pivot Point Y Distance Front Ext Y F Pivot 0.( 391 ) Length (L) Safty Leverage Parameters = of the critical points of the Safty Polygon Front Extension 6.

24 m ( tan -1 {X / (Y Pivot .135 = 1.g ) Sin d Checked By: Athula Haputantri 0.000 = k Sin d = 0.15 m 0.Y Tower)} 67.g s enough By appling Sin formulae LF = Sin ( q Guy.V.Y CG = = = = 6.2 Deg = 7.G.enough 1 ( 392 ) Platform length R Y CG Pl Frm Length .50 m 3.03 Rear LL 2 q Guy .3 to see directions Desiding on front arm sufficiency ( Only for Case 2 ) Derivation of front Point Inclination Angle X Y Pivot Y Tower k = = = = = g = g Considering the pivot a 1.14 m Rare leverage.03 m 0. Prefered Direction( if Required ) Rear Extension Not needed Front Extension Foward Ref Fig 14.8 Deg 6.Y Tower)2 ) 1/2 1.38 m 1.8 Deg = 112.Jayantha .G.242 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.36 m 5.50 m ( X2 + (Y Pivot .K.

00 m LF Sin a = 5.38 m LF cos a = -3.97 m X Platform + LF Sin a 6.6 Deg k Cos ( q Guy .( 393 ) 44.23 m Checking for front point extention Sufficiency Along Y Axis front side LF = 6.0 Deg R = 3.6 Deg CW from reference X axis = L VG YTower 121.02 m Approved By:Mr.35 m Abs(R .5.20 m Y FLL = = X FLL = = Checked By: Athula Haputantri Abs( Y F LL) > 2. Arm and Guy wire orientation Case Distance to front Exream Point from tower center = 7.g) + LF Cos d = Fig 14.00 m a = 120.97 m > Design By : Aravinda Perera Y F Pivot + LF Cos a -2.a + d a = d + q Guy 1.Y CG) 2.Jayantha .378 d = 180 .q Guy = 180 .V.G.K.G.

( 394 ) Front Arm Sufficient Backwards R LRb h R k q X Platform m s f d R d m Side Ways l YCG 90-d YF Pivot a LF Stability Circle Fig 14.V.6.Jayantha .G.G.Optimisation Analysis Case 1 YMax f d k p f X Platform Checked By: Athula Haputantri s R Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.

7 Deg Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Y CG )} 12.6 Deg s = ( Cos -1 { R / k} 50.3 Deg = = 180-q+d 32.G.K.6.15 m R Y Platform Y Tower Y CG ( q Guy ) k = = f = = = = = = 3.1 Deg d = m Checked By: Athula Haputantri 90-s-f = 27.36 m 120.50 m 0.38 m 6.Optimisation Analysis Case 3 to eliminate One Arm Checking for elimination of Xtra rear Poligon point (Only for Case 1 & 3) X Platform = 1.( 395 ) X Platform s m m l b q Guyo YCG YTWR q d 180-m LF Stability Circle Fig 14.27 m (Tan -1 { X Platform / ( Y Platform .0 Deg ( X Platform2 + (Y Platform .V.Jayantha .G.Y CG)2 ) 1/2 5.50 m 1.

05 m X Ref Backwards YMax b R LR k q X Platform m Checked By: Athula Haputantri s f R d d Design By : Aravinda Perera h 90-d R m Approved By:Mr.98 m L VG = l = Y FLL = = X FLL = = 6.( 396 ) X platform + {(Y Platform x Tan d .G.K.25 m By appling Sin formulae = q l Sin ( 180-m ) Sin ( 90-d ) = l 0.V.Jayantha .99 m LGV Sin q Guyo 6.98 m Y Twr + LGV Cos q Guyo -2.G.(Y TWR x Tan d} = q = 4.89 l = 6.

G.Jayantha .6.X Platform ) = ( Y FLL .Optimisation Analysis Case 2 Derivation of Arm length and Angle of Front arm relevent to case 3 LF (X FLL .Y F Pivot) = = Tan a 5.X Platform )2 + ( Y FLL .7 Deg Checking for Most Critical side of failure Here in this case the designer himself tried maximum to minmise the length of guide arms by identifiing the optimal angles for Guide arm orientation.( 397 ) X Platform m m Side Ways l YCG a YR Pivot YF Pivot LF Stability Circle Fig 14. Also he have suceeded in doing so.G.14 m Two Rear Poly 5.36 Points m Two Front platform pts Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera 1.V. Shortest Distances rall Tilted Height / (m) Cross Particle = Two Rear platform pts Rear Side 5.76 m (X FLL .Y F Pivot) a g Considering the pivot = -58.36 m Approved By:Mr.14 Points m Slanted to or // to Center Line ® Tower Side Two Front Poly 4.K.3 Deg = 121.

= Resultant Wt x L Cr = 8.e Minimum 16 .36 m i.65 E+05 Needed X tra Turning moment = -1.2 E+04 N Approved By:Mr.V.7 E+05 J = 1.95 E+05 Distance between concurrent bolting points Fixed Arm Length = 6.6 E+05 J 6.60 Note: Always in the criticle case at least two arms will give the Righting moment.500 = 4. Force Exerted Checked By: Athula Haputantri = Design By : Aravinda Perera -4.G.( 398 ) L Cr Critical Leaverage Length = 4.70 E+05 Weight Turing Moment = 8. Safety factor Calculation ( Only placed on ground. not fixed to Ground ) Righting Moment S.F.6 E+05 J = 8.Jayantha .K.29 Safe Calculation to find Safty factor After Fixing the System to Ground In case of taking moment about two Extream points all Bolting material canbe assumed Total Turing Moment = 6.G.

Jayantha .32 Ton (Number of Bolts and size can be 0.000 N/m2 = 0.65E+05 No of bolts SF = 1.G.( 399 ) Min Requirement Bolts Should Withstand = Dia of Tor Bar = Shear Capacity of Tor Bar = -4.00E+00 Total Turing Moment = 6. Anchorage depth = 0.000 m2 Concrete Grade = Allowable Per Torr Bar Checked By: Athula Haputantri 25 N/mm2 = 250.000 m Area = 0.G.V.00 N Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. The tower will not fail by Tor bar Failiure.29 Safe Note: Provided anchoring is done Using the appropriate chemical and to the right standered.70E+05 Total resisting Moment = 8.000m 500 kN/mm2 = 0 kN = 16 Ability to create resisting moment = 0.K.

651.( 400 ) Force Per Bolt = Anchroing Safty factor = -2.G.K. GUY WIRE Calculation for Buckling & Deflection with the presence of guy wire Note: Trailer type tower is taken as example Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .V.00 Unstable TT 10 .61 N 0.G.

( 401 ) Fig 10.1 Guy wire Orientation Fig When the angle is 30 degrees since Cos(30) is equal to 0. Calculation for buckling failure Tensile Force TTot WF b Topposite = 0 Wind Force CF1 Compression Force Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.G. the case will be considered to have one guy wire per G Finally the modification will be restored or corrected by dividing the forces among Guy wires depending on inclin angles.V.K.5 the above shown system reduces to the following s T1 b1 TTot T2 b2 b3 T3 Fig 10.4 Side view of Guy Wire arrangement Thus the side view can be analyzed as follows Even if any case is to be having n number of Guy wires.Jayantha .

K.G.Jayantha .23 m Cable Fixing Height / Fixed Distan Approved By:Mr.G.( 402 ) Compression Force R=0 A B Fig 10.20 L Cos a = -3.10 m Y distance of Tower = 0.500 m X length of Platform(Width) = 1.030 m Y F Pivot Ref 14.00 m a = 120 Deg L Sin a = 5.5 Side view of the Reduced section Height at which the cable is fixed = 39.150 m L(Landing Leg) = 6.V.00 = 0.Stability Calcula Distance at which the Guy wire is fixed on the Arm Tan b Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera = = 7.

( 403 ) Tan b b = 0.185 = Tan -1 ( = 10.Jayantha .G.5 Deg .20E-04 Le Factor = 0.V.142 I = 1.336 N Considering the whole tower E = 210 GPa p = 3. By resolving horizontal forces on tower Total Turning Moment T Tot = TTot x Sin b = Total Turning Moment by Guys Heignt x Sin b = 445.K.689 J 7.11 T Tot = Downwards compression force = = 62.701 N TTot x Sin b + Head Load 62.G.70 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera (1020 Carbon Steel) m4 Approved By:Mr.

70 6.70 0.398 E-08 2.07E+06 2 0. Buckling Failure Analysis for each section Section Le Factor Le I /(m4) P Cr 1 Top Most 0.300 0.398 E-08 2.97E+06 5 5th Frm Top 0.52E+05 2 2nd Frm Top 0. Buckling Failure Analysis for bottom most sub section of each section Section L Le Factor Le 1 0.17 E+05 = 62.1.300 0.95 1.29E+06 4 4th Frm Top 0.21 1.95 1.02E+06 3 3rd Frm Top 0.70 5.21 1.633 E-07 7.70 0.G.85 for a guyed Table 10.09 N > AISI standard Safety factor 0.68E+06 4 0.70 0.336 N = 5.70 5.51 1.633 E-07 7.70 5.300 0.07E+06 3 0.V.G.741 E-05 8.300 0.70 0.703 E-04 9.Jayantha .468 E-04 1.95 2.45E+07 Table 10.68E+06 5 0.444 E-05 2.21 4.68E+06 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera I /(m4) P Cr Approved By:Mr.073 E-04 6.2.F = 3.95 3.70 0.300 0.70 5.K.( 404 ) Le P cr = L x Le Factor = 28 m p2 x E x I = Le2 Compression force S.21 1.633 E-07 7.21 4.

00 0 0.65 m Cable Weigth = 203.000 Approved By:Mr.532 m Table 10.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Y Sag 20.000 0.V.00 0.000 E+00 0. (H) 0 0.00E+00 5 0.000 E+00 0.( 405 ) 5 0.4.Jayantha .00E+00 Thus Buckling doesn't Occur with present conditions L-a L L+e d H LW Fig 10.000 Design By : Aravinda Perera Y red Grp 0.G.K.G.000 0.00 0 0. Guy Cable Behavior under tension and self weight Seg X(L ) y.6 Guy wire and Tower orientation after Deflection Analysis For Guy wire behavior Under Loads Case 1 : Not tensioned Tightening tension = 5N Unit length Weight = 5N Length of the cable = 40.000 0.24 N Max Downward Deflection = 6.

515 14.00 21.101 31 5.385 6.209 23.42 30.187 4 0.00 23.228 8 1.( 406 ) 1 0.331 3.270 17.877 16 2.16 23.123 6.99 11.056 15 2.772 29.534 23 4.180 27.486 22.00 26.180 3.00 24.98 22.270 6.00 26.944 5.101 11 1.61 20.649 5 0.466 6.00 25.123 8.78 32.241 1.88 27.00 24.791 12 2.142 6 1.90 5.813 1.351 1.K.00 26.899 4.24 29.45 8.269 28 5.G.43 19.00 26.00 25.485 20 3.180 4.209 5.06 28.00 20.71 15.180 4.485 22 3.056 27 4.772 3.00 26.80 21.772 3.209 5.791 30 5.209 5.637 0.00 24.944 20.515 6.52 25.532 13.00 25.759 3 0.944 5.899 5.123 6.514 13 2.70 26.27 7.858 2.00 25.00 24.532 6.556 4.669 7 1.96 33.820 33 5.534 19 3.00 25.385 10.899 25.53 14.00 23.444 32 5.486 6.72 4.18 1.331 2.00 22.36 2.772 3.466 15.25 18.877 26 4.228 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.556 26.123 18.385 6.731 5.944 8.Jayantha .00 21.G.899 4.89 16.63 9.486 5.00 24.08 6.00 25.731 21.730 25 4.81 10.820 9 1.637 0.556 4.731 7.00 25.07 17.00 25.858 2.615 24 4.730 17 3.444 10 1.270 9.468 21 3.00 26.615 18 3.54 3.515 12.00 26.466 11.269 14 2.00 24.00 26.514 29 5.363 2 0.270 6.515 6.351 2.60 31.466 6.17 12.00 26.556 4.385 16.813 1.00 26.00 23.00 22.241 0.34 24.V.00 26.35 13.731 5.486 5.

000 0.983 7 1.006 0.026 0.003 0.021 0.991 4 0.( 407 ) 34 6.986 6 1.51 36.331 3.026 10.08 6.009 0.351 33.27 7.G.81 10.K.72 4.24 N Max Downward Deflection = 0.23 40.023 0.000 1 0.649 37 6.90 5.63 9.00 20.637 0.36 2.019 6.012 3.00 21.00 20.331 30. Guy Cable Behavior under tension and self weight X(L ) y.977 10 1.014 0.813 35.G.18 1.813 1.00 20.Jayantha .000 40.024 9.00 20.05 39.023 8.988 5 0.033 m Table 10.976 11 1.003 0.000 0.669 35 6.351 2.012 0.00 20.363 40 7.019 0.017 5.187 38 6.00 20.00 21.00 22.000 0.979 9 1.637 38.973 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Y Sag Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 0.14 34.981 8 1.17 12.45 8.54 3.V.33 35.00 20.759 39 7.241 36.00 20. (H) 0 0.87 38.00 20.00 22.00 20.027 11.00 20.00 20.65 m Cable Weigth = 203.69 37.027 0.00 23.024 0.000 Y red Grp Case 2 : Mannually tensioned Tightening tension Unit length Weight = 1000 N = 5N Length of the cable = 40.142 36 6.00 20.009 2.5.994 3 0.974 12 2.00 20.99 11.241 1.006 1.014 4.858 32.00 20.858 2.017 0.997 2 0.021 7.

031 0.00 20.029 0.033 0.021 31.033 0.967 21 3.60 31.968 24 4.00 20.032 16.969 25 4.031 24.024 0.029 0.991 38 6.969 26 4.032 0.88 27.52 25.031 0.00 20.00 20.030 0.032 17.51 36.988 37 6.986 36 6.G.61 20.25 18.53 14.029 12.000 0.031 0.970 15 2.00 20.71 15.00 20.00 20.23 40.026 28.24 29.96 33.98 22.014 0.968 23 4.021 0.031 15.969 17 3.89 16.00 20.80 21.976 31 5.00 20.033 18.033 0.00 20.973 29 5.87 38.00 20.033 20.00 20.16 23.70 26.970 27 4.( 408 ) 13 2.00 20.Jayantha .017 0.031 0.030 13.009 36.00 20.33 35.969 16 2.994 39 7.027 0.00 20.00 20.981 34 6.000 Case 3 : When Applied Initial tension Tightening tension = 6180.971 28 5.019 32.00 20.974 30 5.032 22.031 23.006 0.00 20.979 33 5.968 18 3.00 20.983 35 6.027 27.000 40.00 20.3 N Unit length Weight = 5N Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.968 19 3.019 0.43 19.032 21.024 29.014 34.69 37.V.967 22 3.023 30.977 32 5.030 25.031 14.34 24.030 0.00 20.023 0.032 0.017 33.00 20.78 32.00 20.00 20.G.14 34.K.42 30.012 35.006 37.971 14 2.003 0.997 40 7.35 13.06 28.032 0.003 38.00 20.032 0.00 20.07 17.026 0.033 19.009 0.967 20 3.00 20.05 39.00 20.029 26.012 0.

003 0.54 3.17 12.005 25.63 9.005 0.00 1 0.( 409 ) Length of the cable = 40.004 11.00 20.005 0.003 5.005 24.00 20.00 20.996 12 2.995 24 4.00 20.004 10.005 12.002 3.002 0.998 6 1.003 0.005 m Table 10.00 20.995 20 3.996 11 1.005 0.00 20.00 20.998 5 0.005 17.90 5.004 0.00 20.99 11.00 20.00 20.35 13.995 26 4.005 23. (H) 0 0.005 20.995 23 4.003 6.70 26.72 4.005 22.997 8 1.000 0.996 13 2.005 0.004 0.002 0.005 0.005 21.005 0.995 21 3.004 9.005 15.00 20.V.005 13.005 14.89 16.004 0.52 25.005 0.995 15 2.00 0.995 19 3.43 19.45 8.997 7 1.00 20.71 15.00 20.16 23.65 m Cable Weigth = 203.27 7.61 20.000 0.07 17.002 4.00 20.005 0.005 0.24 N Max Downward Deflection = 0.005 0.004 8.53 14.001 0.00 20.995 17 3.003 0.996 10 1.00 20.001 2.005 16.001 0.000 1.005 0.999 0.36 2.00 20.00 20.08 6.999 3 0.6.00 20.18 2 Y red Grp 20.995 14 2.999 4 0.995 16 2.001 0.00 20.98 22.34 24.004 0.995 22 3.005 0.995 18 3.00 20.005 19.995 25 4.81 10.00 20.Jayantha .997 9 1.K.005 0.995 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Y Sag Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 20.G.00 20.001 1.005 0.25 18. Guy Cable Behavior under tension and self weight X(L ) y.00 20.001 0.003 7.005 18.80 21.G.00 20.

002 0.69 37.004 27.004 28.00 20.004 0.001 38.004 0.00 20.06 28.000 40.23 40.004 30.G.000 0.78 32.G.002 0.00 20.51 36.00 20.00 20.004 29.996 29 5.05 39.998 37 6.60 31.001 37.998 36 6.608.87 38.42 30.( 410 ) 27 4.00 20.88 27.00 20.96 33.001 0.995 28 5.001 0.999 40 7.00 20.003 33.996 31 5.50 mm2 Shear Area Shear Stress Checked By: Athula Haputantri = 262.997 33 5.00 20.V.996 30 5.003 0.00 20.999 39 7.002 35.003 0.00 20.002 34.997 34 6.24 29.000 Turn Buckle Strenth Force allowed by the Guy Wire D Shackle = 41202 KN = 10 mm Twice Safer than The Cable for Safer than The Cable for Tensil Turn Buckle strength(Considering the Tread Shear) Diameter = 16 mm Pitch = 2 mm Tread Height = 0.K.005 26.14 34.33 35.001 36.003 32.003 0.997 35 6.999 38 6.996 32 5.8 mm Tread Length per nut = 16 Number of Nuts = 2 No of Treads = 16 = 1.004 0.00 20.005 0.004 0.003 31.001 0.5 N/mm 2 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 20.00 20.Jayantha .

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Allowed Force

=

422,230 N

Safe

AF Antenna Wind Force

43.04 Ton

Calculation to find the tension required By Guy

Tensile
Force

TTot
WF Wind Force Twr
RM Self Righting Moment

R=0

Fig 10.5
B

b

=

10.5 Deg

H

=

39.10 m

Total Tension to be Taken by Cables
Total Righting Moment

=

T Tot

=

4.46E+05 J

Righting Moment
H x Sin b

=

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

62,701N

Design By : Aravinda Perera

Approved By:Mr.K.V.G.G.Jayantha

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Calculation for Deflection and Guy wire strength
H

=

37.70 m

Lw

=

Guy Wire Diameter

=

0.008 m

L

=

(H2 + Lw2)1/2

=

38.39 m

7.23Cable
m
Fixing Height / Fixed Distance on Arm

d restored with Guy

=

0.14 Deg

90 + d

=

90.14 Deg

Cos (90+ d)

=

-0.002

(L + e)2

=
=

Lw2 + H2 - 2 x Lw x H Cos (90+ d)
1,474.86

(L + e)

=

38.40

(e)

=

0.017

90 - d

=

89.86 Deg

Cos (90 - d)

=

0.002

(L - a)2

=
=

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

Allowable load

Lw2 + H2 - 2 x Lw x H Cos (90+ d)
1,472.23

Design By : Aravinda Perera

Approved By:Mr.K.V.G.G.Jayantha

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(L - a)

=

38.37

(a)

=

0.017

=

TTot x Cos b

F

15,878 N
E

=

210 GPa

A

=

5.03E-05

=

F x L

Strain of the wire (e)

m2

A x E
e

=

0.05779 m

L+e

L +

F x L

=

A x E
=
Cos (90+ d)

=

Lw2 + H2 - (L + e)2
2 x Lw x H
-4.44
545.03

Cos (90+ d)

=

90 + d

=

d restored with Guy
Checked By: Athula Haputantri

-0.008
Cos -1 ( -0.008)

=

90.5 Deg

=

0.47 Deg

Design By : Aravinda Perera

Approved By:Mr.K.V.G.G.Jayantha

( 414 )

Deflection Analysis Done
=

0.14 Deg

Ultimate Deflection Will be

0.14 Deg

Guy Wire Should be Given an initial tension of

6,180N

Calculation to find the tension in each Guy wire using the Simplified model.
Distance at which the Guy wire is fixed on the Arm
Table 10.2. Guy wire Data
Guy Wire form TopH i (Fixed H)

=

7.23 m

Initial Length

bi

e

1

37.70 m

38.39 m

10.9 Deg

0.0171 m

2

29.80 m

30.66 m

13.6 Deg

0.0169 m

3

22.70 m

23.82 m

17.7 Deg

0.0166 m

4

15.60 m

17.19 m

24.9 Deg

0.0158 m

5

0.00 m

0.00 m

0.0 Deg

0.0000 m

0

0.00 m

0.00 m

0.0 Deg

0.0000 m

0

0.00 m

0.00 m

0.0 Deg

0.0000 m
0.0664 m

Calculation for Top most Guy wire
Failure force for Guy =
Max Strain allowed(e) =

e

=

16,147 N

T1

b

F x L
A x E

0.059 m

T2

b

b3

Failure force for Guy =
Max Strain allowed(e) =

41202 N

T3

F x L
A x E

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Fig 10.7 Side view of Guy Wire
e

=

0.150 m

Max allowed Tightening of Turn Buckle
=

0.091 m

91 mm

Table 10.3. Turn Buckle safety for Guy Wire form Top(Not applied for self standing)
H i (Fixed H) Initial Tension
Turns Initial Max e Allowed
Max Tightening
1

37.00 m

6,180.30 N

5.62

0.150 m

0.133m

2

29.80 m

6,180.30 N

4.49

0.120 m

0.103m

3

22.70 m

6,180.30 N

3.49

0.093 m

0.076m

4

15.60 m

6,180.30 N

2.52

0.067 m

0.051m

5

0.00 m

0.00 N

0.00

0.000 m

0.000m

0

0.00 m

0.00 N

0.00

0.000 m

0.000m

0

0.00 m

0.00 N

0.00

0.000 m

0.000m

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11 . Twisting Failure

Consideration of a Slanted Member Givng the Righting moment to resist twist
Turning Moment if the total Area is at the X tream Fibre
Y Xtream

Y extream
Dish Radius

=

0.50

=

1.38

Distance to Center of Wind Force
=

1.88

=

1,889.37

=

6.387 m2

Wind Force

=

12,068.21

N

Turning Moment

=

22,712.10

J

Pressure
Area

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

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Pa

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Note: Segments of 3 m Heights is checked to have a righting moment greater than this value

L Guy Br
5o

t

Li

ao

Fig .Incident of Tower section being Rotated

L Ex
L sh

a

=

180-5
2

=

87.5

Note: The Twisting Member Can be assumed to be fixed from Both ends if Cross Guys are present at the top.
Trial and error MannerTwist angle at the center of Total tower which satisfies the required safty factor
=

4.90 Degrees

If the Top most section of the tower is applied cross guys then the twist at the center will be Half of the
twist angle at the center.

t2

t sh

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

=

2x (L Sh)2 x (1- Cos (g))

=

14660.215

=

121.07938

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Triangle Height
L Sh

=

1,074 mm

=

709 mm

Li

=

37000 mm

b

=
=

L Ex 2

=

180 - a
92.5
Li2

+
-

=

1.369E+09

L Ex

=

37005.479

Extension

=

5.48 mm

=

12

=

65.75 mm

No of Cables At this Height
Total Extension

Cable Axial Force required per cable to extend

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

E

=

A

=

e

=

L

=

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209.80 Gpa
5.03E-05 m2
0.0054791 m
Li - Initial Tightening

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=

F

=

37.000 m

AEe
L I - Initieal Ex
1561.85 N

Righting Turning Moment per cable

=

1106.97

Number of Cables

=

6

All cables at the same height

=

6641.83 J

Gap Between two concecutive stiffner weld points
Li

=

Distance Between two wave peaks

=

Height of Twr

=

No of segments for analysis

=

Total Rotation allowed

=

Allowed Per Segment

=
a/Deg

=

b/Deg

=

Considering The Pipes Being tensioned
Tri Height

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X sec Area

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t/(m)

Peak Gap

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1

Top Most

0.143

0.000412 0.000245

0.200

2

2nd Frm Top

0.211

0.000412 0.000361

0.200

3

3rd Frm Top

0.286

0.000690 0.000489

0.400

4

4th Frm Top

0.369

0.000690 0.000631

0.400

5

5th Frm Top

0.451

0.000690 0.000771

0.400

0

0

0.000

0.000000 0.000000

0

0

0.000

0.000000 0.000000

e/(m)

Axial Force Righting Moment
No of Segments

1

Top Most

0.00000057

246

35

47

2

2nd Frm Top

0.00000094

408

86

43

3

3rd Frm Top

0.00000072

260

74

21

4

4th Frm Top

0.00000104

375

139

21

5

5th Frm Top

0.00000140

508

229

21

0

0

0.00000000

0

0

0

0

0

0.00000000

0

0

0

L Pipe Cen

0.05o

L com Stif
t

a

Li
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Li
q
L ten Stif

Pipe Distance
q
q

Li2

=

L Ex 2

+

2 x L Ex x L i

L Ten Sitff 2

=

BS shafting

E

(L i/2) 2 +

=

Pipe Distance 2 - 2xPipe Disx(L i/2) 2

209.8 Gpa

Considering The Stiffner Being tensioned(Only one Side of Prism Considered)
Tensioned Stiffner

q/(m)

Pipe Dis Eff LeverageStiff X sec

1 Top Most

0.070

0.251

0.072

0.0001131

2 2nd Frm Top

0.103

0.369

0.105

0.0001131

3 3rd Frm Top

0.070

0.500

0.143

0.0002011

4 4th Frm Top

0.090

0.646

0.185

0.0002011

5 5th Frm Top

0.110

0.789

0.225

0.0002011

0

0

0.000

0.000

0.000

0

0

0

0.000

0.000

0.000

0

e/(m)

Axial Force Righting Moment
No of Segments

1

Top Most

0.00011375

10003.16

716.39

47

2

2nd Frm Top

0.00017409

10802.79

1139.42

43

3

3rd Frm Top

0.00022711

17776.17

2542.35

21

4

4th Frm Top

0.00030137

18809.84

3470.44

21

5

5th Frm Top

0.00037377

19370.30

4367.75

21

0

0

0.00000000

0.00

0.00

0

0

0

0.00000000

0.00

0.00

0

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Total Of Righting Moments For 3m Lengths
Per 0.4 Segment

Max Turning Moment Allowed for 3m Section
=

22,712.10 J

Number of segments for 3 m Distance
=

3/0.4

=

7.5
For 3m Seg

Te'n R Mom/(J)

Com/Pipe R Mom/(J)
Te'n R Mom/(J)Com/Pipe R Mom/(J)

1

Top Most

2149.17

2184.43

16118.76

16383.22

2

2nd Frm Top

3418.25

3504.27

25636.87

26282.00

3

3rd Frm Top

7627.05

7701.31

57202.85

57759.81

4

4th Frm Top

10411.31

10549.84

78084.79

79123.77

5

5th Frm Top

13103.25

13332.22

98274.39

99991.67

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

Total R Mom/(J)

SF

1

Top Most

35822.89

1.58

2

2nd Frm Top

51918.87

2.29

3

3rd Frm Top

114962.66

5.06

4

4th Frm Top

157208.56

7.92

5

5th Frm Top

198266.06

9.73

Sections requireing Cyrups indicated as per the color code

SF

1

Top Most

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

1.58

Stiff Presence
ColorCode
1

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2

2nd Frm Top

2.29

1

2

3

3rd Frm Top

5.06

0

1

4

4th Frm Top

7.92

0

1

5

5th Frm Top

9.73

0

1

0

0

0

0

11 . Yielding Failure

Yielding Failure in Compression
According AISI standard 1.95 additional safety factor is given to check Yield failure
Considering Bottom most section (5th From Top)
Subjected load

=

73,359 N

AISI Load

=

143,051 N

Area

=
=

s

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

=

3 x Pipe Cress section area
1.24E-03

m2

PxA

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=

115.61

sy

=

310 MPa

s

<

sy

MPa

Therefore yielding does not occur with current parameters
Table 11.1. Yielding Failure in Compression Analysis
Section

AISI Load

Yield/(MPa)

Status

SF

1

Top Most

54,332 N

43.91

Safe

7.06

2

2nd Frm Top

96,734 N

78.18

Safe

3.97

3

3rd Frm Top

139,140 N

112.45

Safe

2.76

4

4th Frm Top

143,051 N

115.61

Safe

2.68

5

5th Frm Top

25,405 N

20.53

Safe

15.10

Table 9.10. Bending Moment Failure Analysis without Guy Wire
Bending Moment/(J)
Section

Guy

Wind Force Inclination

Total

1

Top Most

0.00E+00

2.83E+04

4.52E+03

3.28E+04

2

2nd Frm Top

0.00E+00

6.03E+04

4.02E+03

6.43E+04

3

3rd Frm Top

0.00E+00

1.14E+05

3.55E+03

1.18E+05

4

4th Frm Top

0.00E+00

1.75E+05

2.58E+03

1.78E+05

5

5th Frm Top

0.00E+00

2.45E+05

1.12E+03

2.46E+05

0

0

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0

0

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

6.23E+05

1.58E+04

Bending Moment/(J)
Section

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

BM Allowed

Wind Force

Inclination M Left for W H
F Above

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1

Top Most

2.00E+04

4.52E+03

1.54E+04

5.35

2

2nd Frm Top

2.69E+04

4.02E+03

2.29E+04

8.90

3

3rd Frm Top

6.19E+04

3.55E+03

5.84E+04

12.45

4

4th Frm Top

7.63E+04

2.58E+03

7.37E+04

16.00

5

5th Frm Top

9.06E+04

1.12E+03

8.95E+04

19.55

0

0

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00

0

0

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00E+00

0.00

2.76E+05
Section

Area Abv

1.58E+04

2.60E+05

Pressure Allowed
Velocity

FailureSpeeds

1

Top Most

2.80 m2

1,032 Pa

41.48 ms-1 118 Kmph

2

2nd Frm Top

3.91 m2

658 Pa

33.11 ms-1

3

3rd Frm Top

5.29 m2

886 Pa

38.43 ms-1 114 Kmph

4

4th Frm Top

6.68 m2

690 Pa

33.91 ms-1 101 Kmph

5

5th Frm Top

8.06 m2

568 Pa

30.76 ms-1

94 Kmph

0

0

0.00 m2

0 Pa

0.00 ms-1

0 Kmph

0

0

0.00 m2

0 Pa

0.00 ms-1

0 Kmph

94 Kmph

Note: Irection can be allowed if and only if wind speed is less than
(Irection Means when no Guy wires)

Critical case of tower under going maximum downward
Calculation for Strength of Lifting Cable
Note : Critical case of tower being lift under 160 KMPH wind velocity while the guy wires fixed
Load on Lifting cables
=

Load on one cable

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

Compression force - weight of bottom section

=

60,292 N

=

30,146.0 N

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=

3.1 Ton

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Maximum allowed load per cable
=

4 Ton

Thus The system is stable for most Critical Case
Calculation for Strength of tower lock
=

Load on Tower Lock

60,292

6 Ton

`
Diameter of the shaft

=

Shear Area

=

0.00113

m2

Shear Area For Both

=

0.00227

m2

=

F/A

Stress Developed

38 mm

=

2.7

E+07 N/m2

Bending Stress ( s )

=

270 N/mm2

Shear Strength

=

2.70 E+08 (N/mm2)

SF

=

10.16

10.3 Bending failure of Guide Arms
1. Plates

Top/Bottom Thickness- 5mm High tensile(Equivalent to 8.5mm MS
Side Plate Thickness- 10mm

Thickness Height
Thickness Width

Material Mild Steel

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

Tensile Stress

=

523 N/mm2

Yield Strength

=

335 N/mm2

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Reaction Force

9.911

Bending Stress

3 E+08 Pa

270 N/mm2

Steel Density

E+04 N

7,900.00 Kg/m3

Sh stress for M/S

4 E+08 Pa

370 N/mm2

Allowed S Force

8.347
BM

=

E+05 N

Ixs
y

Note: High tensile steel is used in order to reduce the weight of the arm and maximize the bending Str

w it prevents bending

Also Minimum cross section area is considered for critical

Table 10. 7 Bending failure of Guide Arms Input Data
Arm Length x from end
X sec Area

H

h

B

0

0.00 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

1

0.30 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

2

0.60 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

3

0.90 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

4

1.20 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

5

1.50 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

6

1.80 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

7

2.10 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

8

2.40 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

9

2.70 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

10

3.00 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

11

3.30 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

12

3.60 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

13

3.90 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

14

4.20 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

15

4.50 m

0.00226

0.100

0.088

0.100

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200 1 0.67 E-04 3.35 E-05 3.11 E-05 0.00226 0.330 3 0.34 E-06 1.34 E-06 1.47 E-05 3.83 E-06 0.100 0.90 E-05 3.V.11 E-05 0.20 E-05 0.00116 SHS for Stiff 100x100x3 1.63 E-04 3.04 E-04 0.00226 0.088 0.00 m 2.00 m 0.( 428 ) 16 4.088 0.34 E-06 2.48 E-04 3.088 0.40 m 1.395 4 1.525 6 1.34 E-06 1.70 m 0.40 m 0.08 E-05 3.088 0.34 E-06 8.90 m 3.50 m 1.Jayantha .00226 0.34 E-06 3.20 m 3.100 18 5.90 E-05 3.80 m 0.27 E-05 0.10 m 0.460 5 1.K.655 8 2.80 m 1.100 0.590 7 2.100 17 5.100 20 6.29 E-04 0.088 0.00052 Projected Area = Projected Area Area/ Cos (Angle) Table 10.00226 0.100 0.34 E-06 1.20 E-05 0.34 E-06 1. 8 Inertia of Guide Arm with extra Box Stiffener Arm Length x from end Inertia Sys Inertia Arm Inertia Top Box Fixed Height 0 0.100 0.34 E-06 2.55 E-04 0.83 E-06 0.720 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.27 E-05 0.00226 0.100 Note: A Doublers plate and the pivot bush is playing the role in Increasing the cross section area of the arm nea M of Inertia Cross area SHS Slant 100x100x3 1.60 m 6.G.30 m 3.265 2 0.100 19 5.100 0.10 m 1.12 E-04 3.G.

19 E-04 3.35 9.9 E+04 1.Jayantha .98 E+05 3 0.34 E-06 2.9 E+04 1.30 m 2.33 E+06 Checked By: Athula Haputantri 0.00 5.81 E+06 7 2.34 E-06 6.G.22 E-04 3.19 E+05 4.70 5.38 E+05 1.34 E-06 4.17 E-04 0.68 E+05 2.35 9.96 E-04 3.175 16 4.69 E-04 3.26 E-04 3.61 E-04 1.25 14.14 E-04 1.70 m 2.21 E+05 5 1.( 429 ) 9 2.370 19 5.49 E+05 1.K.785 10 3.50 m 4.10 m 5.36 E-04 3.60 E+06 8 2.500 Angle between Two box bars 0.85 E-04 0.9 E+04 2.51 E-04 0.34 E-06 1.28 E-04 1.71 E-04 3.34 E-06 3.75 E-04 3.35 9.80 m 4.34 E-06 2.11 E-04 1.045 14 4.20 5.34 E-06 5.9 E+04 5.70 m 6.9 E+04 2.V.63 E-04 1.95 E+04 6.08 E+05 1.60 m 2.9 E+04 2.110 15 4.21 E+05 2 0.50 5.9 E+04 1.00 E+00 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 m 6.0 Deg Table 10.78 E+05 1.88 E-04 0.35 9.40 m 5.35 9.305 18 5.35 9.8 .9 E+04 8.00 m 3.G.980 13 3.80 5.34 E-06 6.90 m 3.20 m 5.40 5.35 9.Bending failure of Guide Arms Data comparison Length x from end Wt/ (Kg) S Force Mx BM Allowed 0 0.82 E-04 3.34 E-06 4.83 E-04 3.35 9.435 20 6.9 E+04 2.850 11 3.34 E-06 2.18 E-04 3.34 E-06 5.70 E-04 1.90 5.75 E-04 1.35 1 0.61 E+05 4 1.21 E+06 6 1.240 17 5.92 E+04 3.34 E-06 3.76 E+06 9 2.16 E-04 3.915 12 3.60 5.30 5.35 9.97 E+04 4.18 E-04 1.10 5.

900 102986 J Arm Compression 9980 Concrete Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera 106487 J Approved By:Mr.000 108686 J Guy Bottom 14925 6.9 E+04 4.35 9.87 E+05 4.06 E+05 5.56 E+06 16 4.00 5.90 5.9 E+04 5.10 5.35 9.020 m Weld Contact Lenth = 0.05 E+06 14 4.76 E+05 5.Jayantha .76 E+06 20 6.07 E+06 17 5.50 5.20 5.9 E+04 3.9 E+04 5.36 E+05 6.00 5.35 9.98 E+05 3.9 E+04 5.35 9.20 E+06 13 3.35 9.37 E+06 106.17 E+06 19 5.9 E+04 3.27 E+05 3.05 E+06 12 3.35 9.9 E+04 5.9 E+04 4.G.004 m2 Distance Between Pivot Pts = 1.57 E+05 3.V.66 E+05 6.30 5.9 E+04 2.100 m Area = 0.35 9.80 5.250 -18368 J 3127 Kg -30678 6.5 m Forces On Cantelevered Arm Weight Arm Wt Force Y Tr M 576 Kg -5652 3.35 9.9 E+04 4.35 9.43 E+06 11 3.70 5.G.93 max Shearing Safe Arm Pivot Point failures(Strenth of pivoting Point is Neglected.17 E+05 5.60 E+06 18 5. Arm will turn about Upper pivoting Point) No of Pivot Plates = 2 Thickness = 0.9 E+04 3.( 430 ) 10 3.79 E+06 15 4.96 E+05 7.40 5.35 9.35 9.500 -199408 J Guy Top 15858 7.60 5.100 112592 J Guy Mid 15527 7.K.47 E+05 4.

13 .K.G.61 According to the Study The most Critical case is near the pivot center To increase the bending strength of the arm stiffeners are introduced at certain points of the arm.Jayantha .V.8 Bolts Stress developed = Allowed Tensile Stress S.( 431 ) Force At Pivot = 70991 This can easily be Overcome by even only one of 8. The Doublers plate and the pivot bush is playing the role in Increasing the cross section area of the arm near the pivot. Thus the Guide arm is Safe all critical cases considered.F 17747784 N/m2 = 17.G. Calculation to find the bearing capacity depending on the soil condition Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 N/mm2 = 19.75 N/mm2 = 348.

Jayantha .K.93 KN/m2 Allowed By site Soil = 40 N/m2 SF = 1.29 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera 0.( 432 ) As mentioned earlier in case of system falling about two arms The total weight can be considered to act on Just Two Arms Desiding On concrete Blocks at x tream Points Total Weight of System-Two Blocks = 14189 Kg Weight on One Arm = 14 Ton 2 LandingLegsCapacity = 7.G.25 m2 = Force X Area = = 30.50 m = 2.933 Pa 30.1 Ton = 40 Ton Therefore the landing legs does not fail due to load Area of the shoe/Concrete Block Stress On Shoe = 1.G.031 MPa Approved By:Mr.V.

K.25 m2 = Force X Area = = 22.2 Ton = 40 Ton Therefore the landing legs does not fail due to load Area of the shoe/Concrete Block Stress On Shoe = 1.443 N = LandingLegsCapacity = 5.G.Jayantha .60 m X Approved By:Mr.76 KN/m2 Allowed By site Soil = 40 N/m2 SF = 1.50 m = 2.765 Pa 0.76 Therefore the landing legs does not fail due to load Area of the shoe Checked By: Athula Haputantri = Design By : Aravinda Perera 0.( 433 ) Desiding On Concrete Block Under the Twr Load = 10.G.V.023 MPa 22.

69 m Approved By:Mr.G.14 m = Width 90o to Center Line = = Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera + #REF! 2 x (Width Side ways) 12.K.707 Pa 0.V.G. Calculation for Dimensions of the Occupied Projected Land Area Length extended from front Bolster = Max Length // to Center Line = 1.( 434 ) Stress On Shoe = 0.36 m2 = Force Area = 19.Y F LL 5.50 m Max(Y R LL .Jayantha . Y Platform ) +Max(Front Side .020 MPa Obviously the stress value Occurred at the shoe much lesser than Yield Stress if steel (355Mpa) Therefore the shoe of landing legs does not fail due to load 17 .

Jayantha . It has been proven beyond doubt that the system isstable under the Strength limit status velocity or Survival Wind Velocity.000 Front Extention / (m) = 6.00 m Rear Extension / (m) = 0.G.00 m Front Extension Angle / (Deg) = 120 Deg Rear Extension Angle / (Deg) = 0 Deg Rented area length/(m) = Rented area width/(m) = 12. Buckling and Yielding failure.V.( 435 ) 18 .G. 4 ) All failure tests are satisfied the AISI safety factor Requirements Under Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. 2 ) Therefore it is certain that the system is Stable for the Serviceability limit or Operational Wind Velocity. Finalized Parameter Values relevant to tower Models and Relevant Cases Front Extention Pivot / (m) = #REF! Rear Extension Pivot / (m) = 0. CONCLUSION 1 ) According to the design calculation carried out throughout the study. Shear . Tensile.K.69 m Max Inclination/(Degrees) = 0. and proven safe.00 Deg #REF! 19 . (AISI Standard) 3 ) During the Calculation tower has been tested for Bending.

REFERENCES AISI/EIA/TIA-222-G Standard Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.222 -G Standards 5 ) The design of the Tower Supporting Frame and the locking system confirm the rigidity of the tower relative to base frame.G.Jayantha .K.( 436 ) TIA . 20 .V. 6 ) Provided that the velocity is lower than the survival velocity the system is stable regardless of the direction of wind flow.G. 7 ) The ground utilization has been optimized by the design.

G.( 437 ) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.V.K.Jayantha .

Jayantha .( 438 ) ………………………………………………………………….G..V. city Variation with Height…………………………………………………………………………………..K.G. Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.

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K.( 441 ) m m m m Num m m Nm Kg/m Kg/m Units Pa Nm m m to AISI EIA/TIA 222 G Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.Jayantha .G.G.

Primered and Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.Jayantha .K.G.V.Head Load details d.( 442 ) ed to adopt the formal ion taken will be e reviewing the reader pecimen calculation n done to prevent the weight of antennae Ref.

ticle perpendicular B Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.Jayantha .V.G.85 st likely to turn er of the wind force.K.( 443 ) as the major fact characteristics r at a given time ocated a 0.

K.( 444 ) d Extreme Point A Also ice loading Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.G.V.Jayantha .

5 5.05 m2 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.68 m2 1.03 m2 0.G.01 m2 0.5 0.5 0.06 m2 0.V.K.01 m2 0.05 m2 Proj Area Drag Coeff 1.( 445 ) 0.05 m2 0.68 m2 1.G.13 m2 1.18 0.5 0.5 0.Jayantha .18 1.2 1.5 5.04 m2 0.35 m2 1.2 0.18 0.13 m2 1.

5 2.Jayantha .K.77 m2 0.5 From System Level From Ground Level Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.22 m2 0.69 m2 0 0.28 m2 0.5 2.G.5 2.00 m2 0.5 2.5 1.( 446 ) 1.V.77 m2 0.69 m2 Proj Area Drag Coeff 2.77 m2 0.G.

Jayantha .V.G.( 447 ) (DIN 17100 Standard) (DIN 17100 Standard) (DIN 17100 Standard) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.K.

K.Jayantha .0 for planes ) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. ival wind velocity. nd speed of the place in m/s y Factor(Risk coefficient) eight and Structure size Factor phy Factor ( 1.G.V.G.( 448 ) ms-1 ms-1 ng formulae and factors.

00 1.00 1.00 1.G.K.00 1.00 1.V.Jayantha .( 449 ) K3 (Topography) 1.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.

V.G.( 450 ) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .G.K.

K.( 451 ) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.G.Jayantha .V.

Jayantha .G.V.K.( 452 ) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.

50 m 0.00 Kg/m 0.24 Kg/m 9.41 Kg/m 8.Jayantha .00 m 0.00 m Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.( 453 ) Un Wt of Pipe L Pipe 8.30 m 3.50 m 5.50 m 5.41 Kg/m 8.00 Kg/m 0.41 Kg/m 8.50 m 5.40 m 3.V.24 Kg/m 8.K.G.76 Kg/m 2.

000237 0.G.000000 0.000412 0.( 454 ) Area Rad of Gyration 0.V.000690 0.000614 0.000412 0.000237 0.Jayantha .000690 0.000690 0.000000 0.000107 0.000000 M tot R = Wt A Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.000107 0.001116 0.000237 0.000000 0.K.G.

K.000 5.58 m 33.55 mm 0.V.00 mm L stiff/(m) n Stiffeners 6.00 mm 0.000 7 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.5 6.000 7 6.66 m 37.45 m 30.10 mm 0.G.75 mm 0.20 mm 0.20 m 23.32 m 26.07 m 19.65 mm 0.90 mm 0.00 m 0.Jayantha .( 455 ) A um just before falling Self offset X valCen Gr Abv Section 0.G.00 m 0.000 7 6.

000 7 0.79 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.115 E-04 1.45 m 3771.55 25.572 E-05 1.000 0 al axis is found h12) + [2 x ( I + a x h22)] I Composite 8.55 m 3062.801 E-05 3.( 456 ) 6.Jayantha .624 E-04 1.V.G.06 18.000 0 0.000 E+00 0.05 m 3953.773 E-04 2.90 m 33.000 E+00 Cen Gr Frm Bottom Wt x X 37.K.572 E-04 0.

000 m2 0.39 m 13976.55 Pole (Only) Center of (AISI Standard) d Area x Force Coefficient Total Above Wind Force/(N) 1.17 E+03 6.00 E+00 0.293 m2 9.V.Jayantha .77 E+03 5.00 m 0.00 E+00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.658 m2 3.K.000 m2 0.31 4.35 m 2320.678 m2 1.00 m 0.G.00 0.13 E+03 2.25 E+04 0.G.28 E+03 3.064 m2 1.796 m2 5.00 16.84 0.908 m2 6.10 E+04 8.25 m 868.( 457 ) 11.

K.46 E+05 3.05 E+04 1.17 E+03 8.00 E+00 0.G.18 E+05 -7.28 E+04 -1.78 E+05 -1.G.00 E+00 0.17 E+04 2.Jayantha .64 E+04 1.82 E+04 0.43 E+04 -7.V.00 E+00 0.36 E+05 6.( 458 ) Sec BM BM Total 8.00 E+00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 0 0 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.17 E+03 3.

G.G.Jayantha .K.( 459 ) - Pipe Distance 2 - L ten Stiff 2 2 x L Com Stif x L i DefPerSegment Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.

K.V.3204588 0.692 43 40.G.0000000 0.c Force x Perpedicular Distance No of SegmentsTotal R Mom/(J) 47 68.G.4195950 0.5385516 0.8134099 0.541 21 46.310 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.0000000 Gpa Contr Len .( 460 ) L Comp Stiff 0.6754717 0.Jayantha .

612 No of SegmentsTotal R Mom/(J) 47 86.767 21 115.G.Jayantha .537 21 97.G.340 21 29.K.229 0 0 0 0 490.V.( 461 ) 21 30.729 0 0 0 0 215.088 X Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.086 43 74.469 21 116.

0.V.K.G.G.( 462 ) orientation of tower when irected on of Arm or leverage beam.Jayantha .00 Kg Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.

K.V.( 463 ) No of CubesTot Weight 2 6253Kg 2 6253Kg 2 6253Kg 18760Kg entions therefore whole system is about two ground Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.Jayantha .G.

V.G.( 464 ) R = Wt Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.Jayantha .G.

8 E+05 J 4.1 E+05 J 8.K.9 E+05 J 0.G.7 E+05 J Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.Jayantha .( 465 ) R = Wt Tr Moment 4.G.0 E+00 J Turn ower TM 6.

G.V.Jayantha .K.( 466 ) Centre of Stability Circle Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.

62.K.G.G.336 N 3m C 93 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.( 467 ) X (Minimum Perpendicular Distance From Tower center) Calculations are followed ind Flow and its Direction can't be predicted.V.Jayantha .

Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.G.V.K.( 468 ) considered for failiure analysis.Jayantha .

K.4. Arm and Guy wire orientation Case Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.V.G.( 469 ) Angle 120 Deg a 0 Deg b Stable X Platform k a g Fig 14.Jayantha .

Y Tower)2 ) 1/2 / (Y Pivot .V.G.G.( 470 ) Ref Fig 14.Jayantha .Y Tower)} = 44.38 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.3 to see directions Pivot .

G.Jayantha .V.K. Arm and Guy wire orientation Case 2 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.( 471 ) X Platform k q Guy Tower g 14.G.5.

G.( 472 ) YR Pivot Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.G.Jayantha .V.

( 473 ) TWR -m Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .G.V.G.K.

G.G.( 474 ) x Tan d .(Y TWR x Tan d} Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.V.Jayantha .

5.14 m 6.36 m Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.V.( 475 ) h of guide arms by eeded in doing so.G.K.Jayantha .35 m 4.

G.K.V.Jayantha .G.( 476 ) Bolting material canbe assumed to be at the center Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.

Jayantha .G.V.371 314159.( 477 ) (Number of Bolts and size can be desided on this) chemical and to 12566.G.K.27 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.

Jayantha .G.V.K.( 478 ) 120 T120oo TT T T Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.

Jayantha . Plan view of Guy wire Orientation own system reduces to the following system onsidered to have one guy wire per Guy arm among Guy wires depending on inclination Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.2.G.V.G.( 479 ) T Fig 10.K.

( 480 ) R = Wt A Ref 14.K.G.Stability Calculation Cable Fixing Height / Fixed Distance on Arm Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.G.Jayantha .

Jayantha .4 Ton Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.V.K.185) Total Turning Moment by Guys Heignt x Sin b TTot x Sin b + Head Load = 6.( 481 ) 0.G.

036 N 71.G.028 N 1109.94 13.607 N 40.71 73.354 N 88.G.783 N 40.65 71.( 482 ) andard Safety factor 0.365 N 101.Jayantha .64 n of each section Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.20 50.57 49.85 for a guyed mast Subjected load S.359 N 104.863 N 30.09 73.359 N 135.034 N 510.86 15.F 29.V.20 Subjected load S.65 75.F 27.

00 0N 0.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.00 30.V.( 483 ) 0N 0.00 45.00 40.G.00 35.Jayantha .K.

00 0.G.V.( 484 ) 25.00 20.00 15.00 6.G.00 3.00 1.00 10.00 4.00 5.00 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 7.00 0.00 5.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri 8.Jayantha .K.00 2.

( 485 ) 45.00 40.00 35.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.00 30.Jayantha .V.K.G.

V.K.00 0.00 15.( 486 ) 25.00 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri 8.00 0.00 20.Jayantha .00 5.00 5.00 1.00 10.00 4.00 2.00 7.00 3.G.G.00 6.

G.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .K.00 40.00 35.( 487 ) 45.V.00 30.G.

( 488 ) 25.V.00 6.00 5.G.00 7.K.00 4.00 8.00 15.00 0.00 Twice Safer than The Cable for Tensile Safer than The Cable for Tensile Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.00 3.Jayantha .00 10.00 0.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 20.

K.5 Side view of the Reduced section Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .( 489 ) Antenna Wind Force b CF1 Compression Force Self Righting Moment Fig 10.G.G.V.

Jayantha .( 490 ) Height / Fixed Distance on Arm 4.K.G.G.V.20 Ton 41202 N Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.

V.K.( 491 ) 38.Jayantha .G.445 m Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.

G.2548 15.914 N 0.701 N 1 T1 b1 TTot 2 b2 b3 3 4 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.0000 0N 62.( 492 ) (From Tower Center) Factor Tension Ti 0.Jayantha .K.V.2498 15.147 N 0.2379 14.0000 0N 0.G.664 N 0.2575 16.977 N 0.0000 0N 0.

72 19.V.00 0.12 12.22 25.K.00 0.84 0.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .G.( 493 ) Side view of Guy Wire d for self standing) Max No of Turns 33.G.

V.K.G.( 494 ) Y Xtream R Dish Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .G.

G.G.V. he required safty factor center will be Half of the Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.( 495 ) ment greater than this value nt of Tower section being Rotated oss Guys are present at the top.Jayantha .

K.( 496 ) t2 2xtxLi Cos (b) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.G.G.Jayantha .

200 m 0.G.G.8 Deg 0.400 m 40 100 9.951 Deg 90.V.Jayantha .( 497 ) 0.049 Deg L Ex Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.098 Deg 89.K.

40000072 0.20000094 0.K.20000057 0.( 498 ) 0.40000104 0.40000140 Total R Mom/(J) 1640 3656 1578 2944 4866 0 0 14683 com Stif Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.G.Jayantha .V.

V.70 0.2xPipe Disx(L i/2) 2 x Cos (q + 90) Tensioned Stiffner Initial Exp Len 0.00 0.Jayantha .91 73746.8139539 0.6761575 0.323.6758561 0.65 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.3825462 0.0000000 0.75 92814.8143277 0.2698080 0.0000000 Total R Mom/(J) 33312.5389253 0.3823721 0.5391525 0.K.2699217 0.0000000 0.G.20 54024.0000000 0.10 48425.G.( 499 ) q L i/ 2 ten Stif ipe Distance t2 - nce 2 .00 302.

( 500 ) Guy Wire 3320.K.G.9148 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.G.Jayantha .

Jayantha .G.( 501 ) check Yield failure Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.G.K.

71 1.( 502 ) BM Allowed Safety Factor 3.V.05E+05 0.00E+00 0.54E+05 0.39E+04 1.73 1.63 0.30E+05 0.57E+04 0.G.00 0.K.G.04 4.89 1.00E+00 0.00 Wind Force Wind Force Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .

00 FailureSpeeds 94.G.00 0.07 Kmph wer under going maximum downward velocity while the guy wires fixed weight of bottom section Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.689.569.66 4.40 0.32 2.07 4.V.Jayantha .576.607.K.( 503 ) 2.99 4.G.886.

038 m valent to 8.G.006 Thickness Width 0.K.G.( 504 ) 0.5mm MS t Thickness Height 0.Jayantha .006 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.

088 0.088 0.088 0.Jayantha .G.088 0.088 0.088 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.088 0.K.088 0. b 0.088 0.088 0.088 0.088 0.088 0.( 505 ) he arm and maximize the bending Strength.088 0.G. case.V.088 0.088 0.

46 E-05 0.( 506 ) 0.87 E-05 0.000 2.48 E-06 1.295 4.G. Projected Area 0.001200 0.590 1.088 0.58 E-05 0.G.088 0.165 1.000516 Inertia ExtraFixed Stiff Height RHS 5.57 E-06 0.95 E-05 0.K.295 5.Jayantha .088 0.V.088 the cross section area of the arm near the pivot.330 1.000 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.088 0.46 E-05 2.58 E-05 0.81 E-05 0.

G.555 1.425 9.( 507 ) 2.79 E-05 0.12 Safe 10.78 E-05 0.Jayantha .V.57 E-06 4.57 E-06 4.57 E-06 4.63 E-04 1.425 4.K.57 E-06 0.67 Safe 7.110 4.000 4.12 Safe 7.57 E-06 4.43 E-05 0.41 Safe 8.G.57 E-06 Bending SF Safe 14.79 E-05 0.05 Safe 3.57 E-06 4.54 Safe 8.17 Safe 11.74 Safe 4.71 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.850 2.

Jayantha .21 Safe 10.50 Safe 11.V.95 Safe 10.38 m will turn about Upper Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.( 508 ) Safe 11.G.K.94 Safe 12.64 Safe 11.G.31 Safe 8.47 Safe 13.07 Safe 11.53 Safe 9.90 Safe 10.

Jayantha .G.( 509 ) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.V.G.

50 m N/m2 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .G.G.K.V.( 510 ) 14 Ton 1.

G.K.( 511 ) 10 Ton 1.V.60 m Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.50 m N/m2 0.Jayantha .

G.G.V.( 512 ) an Yield Stress if steel (355Mpa) LL .Y F LL ) #REF! dth Side ways) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.Jayantha . Y Platform ) +Max(Front Side .

( 513 ) dy. It has been proven atus velocity or Survival lity limit or Operational Wind e.G.Jayantha . Buckling and Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. Shear .V.G.K.

( 514 ) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.Jayantha .G.G.K.

V.G.K.G.Jayantha .00 B SF 40 m TOWER CALCULATION 0.4 ) April 2009 Edition CONTENTS Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.( 515 ) 0 0 0.650 m Revision SEMI TRAILER Above Ground Level ( 5.

GENERAL 1.INSULATORS 9.PROTECTIVEBending GROUNDING Strength Calculation Table 9.GUY ARM/FOUNDATION AND ANCHORAGES Conrete 10.2 Serviceability Limit States 1.MANUFACTURING 6.( 516 ) 1.5 Symbols 2.1 Strenth Limt States 1.ANALYSIS 4.4 Definitions 1.GUY ASSEMBLIES 8.LOADS Scope Classification of Structure Combination of Loads Tempeerature Effects Dead Loads Wind and Ice Loads 3.OTHER STRUCTURAL STRUCTURE MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION…………………………………………………………… 7.V.G.G.DESIGN STRENTH OF STEEL 5. Wind Velocity Variation with Height……………………………… Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.3 Analysis 1.Jayantha .1.K.

EXISTING STRUCTURES 10 . Tower Frame Details Table 14. Shelter Details Table 14.2. Table 10. Buckling for bottom most sub section…………………… Calculation for Lifting Cable strength…………………………………………………………………………… Calculation for Deflection & Guy wire strenth…………………………………………………………………… Table 10. Data of Stiffeners…………………………………………………… 13. Moment MARKING of inertia of the Composite sections…………………… Table 9.( 517 ) 11. Buckling Failure Analysis……………………………………………………… Table 10. ASSEMBLY TOLARANCES.PLANS. Failure from the pivot…………………………………………………………………………………. Analysis for Failure from the pivot 13 .. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Derived from Table 03……………… 12.V. 10. Calculation for Buckling & Deflection Calculation for buckling failure…………………………………………………………………………………. Weight of Tower Sections………………………………………… 14.AND Table 9..2. Failure of Landing Leg Sand Shoe……………………………………………………………… 14 .3.6.MAINTAINANCE AND CONDITION Table9..4. Guy wire Data……………………………………………….9.5. Section Wind force and Gravity centers………………………… Table 9.ASSESMENT Wind Force Effect on Projected Area…………………………… Table 9.OBSTRUCTION MARKINGTable 9. Table 12. STABILITY CALCULATION…………………………………………………………………………………. Bending Moment Failure Analysis………………………………………………… 15.1.2.1.1. Tower Vertical Pipe Data…………………………………………………………… Table 9.3.7. Yielding Failure Yielding Failure in Compression…………………………………………………………….G.8.CLIMBING FACILITIES Table 9.3 Bending failure of Guide Arms 11 . Table 14.2. Guide Arms Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.G. Yielding Failure in Compression Analysis……………… Yielding Failure in Tension Table 11.1.2. Tower Tensile failure of the pipe on the wind flow side 12 . Table 11.Jayantha .

Turning Moment Due to Wind Force & Inclination Table 14.V... Base Frame Details Table 14.( 518 ) Table 14. m h1 Upper portion of section height……………………………………………………………… m h2 Lower portion of section height……………………………………………………………… m Height Above Height above the tower section……………………………………………………………… m I Moment of Inertia……………………………………………………………………………. GENERAL 0 .8. Notations and Symbols Symbol Description a Area needed for I composite calculation…………………………………………………… m2 Ce Gra Above Center of gravity of the tower sections……………………………………………………… m Cen W Force Center of wind force…………………………………………………………………………… m d internal Internal Diameter……………………………………………………………………………. Concrete Block Details Table 14. 20 ..G.Jayantha .5. CONCLUSIONS………………………………………………………………………………….K. Safety factor Calculation…………………………………………………………………………………. Calculation for Dimensions of the Rectangular Land Area…………………………………………………… 18 . Kgm2 I Composite Moment of Inertia of composite section……………………………………………………… Kgm2 L Pipe Length of pipe of the tower section………………………………………………………… m L stiff Length of stiffener of the tower section……………………………………………………… m n Stiffeners No of lengths of stiffeners…………………………………………………………………… Nos Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Units Approved By:Mr.G. ANNEX: BENDING CALCULATION (EACH TOWER SECTION) 1. Locating the center of Gravity 15 . Load Details Table 14. m D Out External Diameter…………………………………………………………………………….. REFERENCES………………………………………………………………………………….. m D Stiff Diameter of Stiffeners………………………………………………………………………… m H Height…………………………………………………………………………….7.4.. Calculation to find arm length for bolting Option. Finalized Parameter Values relevant to tower Models and Relevant Cases 19 .. 16 . 17 .6. Length Parameters of Guide Arms………………………………………………………………………………….

( 519 ) offset X val Offset due to 1 degree inclination…………………………………………………………… m r Internal Radius…………………………………………………………………………….. Num Sec height Sectional Height of tower section…………………………………………………………… m SF Safety Factor……………………………………………………………………………. m R out External Radius…………………………………………………………………………….Jayantha ..K.G.. Pa Units Wind Force Tr Moment Turning Moment due to wind force…………………………………………………………… Nm y Distance to Extreme Fiber…………………………………………………………………… m Y Distance to Center of Gravity from tower side end of the m Frame………………………… // to Center Line Parallel to center line………………………………………………………………………… 90o to Center LinePerpendicular to Center line………………………………………………………………… Note: All other notations are illustrated with figures 1 .V. Nm Un Wt of Pipe Unit Weight of Pipe…………………………………………………………………………… Kg/m Un Wt of Stiff Unit weight of stiffeners……………………………………………………………………… Kg/m Symbol Description Wi Pressure Wind Pressure…………………………………………………………………………….. m Required Ld Required leverage distance from guide Arms for stability………………………………… m Sch No Schedule Number…………………………………………………………………………….G. Start Height Starting height of a tower section…………………………………………………………… m Tr Moment Turning Moment……………………………………………………………………………. GENERAL Tower Calculations have been done according to AISI EIA/TIA 222 G Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr..

Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha . Ref 7. 4 . The calculation for the area and weight of antennae are followed as per customer’s request.G. The structures are checked for two major limit states. All steel materials used are made according to DIN standards. Total head load weight and Area is followed in theRefsection Details 400 Kg HeadHead LoadLoad details 160 Kmph Customer allowed area Max is 6. While trying to strict to standard the designer have tried to adopt the formal procedure in order to model the systemcloser to reality. 5.00 m2 4.K. While reviewing the reader will be able to see the data in the form of tables.G. Each action taken will be explained with illustrations in Calculation section 2 . Also he will notice that Specimen calculation is provided for the most important (Critical) row of the table. All tower sections are subjected to Hot dip Galvanization. Tower support frame and Platform structure is sand blasted. Primered and painted according to clients requirement. Material Used for Tower Sections 2.( 520 ) Standard. This has been done to prevent the Proposal getting lengthen unnecessarily. INTRODUCTION The study has focused on the most critical aspects of the real tower. 1. This calculation is withstand a wind speed of 3. DESIGN PHILOSOPHY RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL LOADS The proposed revision of the standard is based on limit states design.V.

85 Directionality Safety factor.G.G.Jayantha . According to Figure shown bellow the Wind velocity V is most likely to turn the whole system about the axis AB depending on the power of the wind force. Wind Speeds escalated with height according to the terrain characteristics surrounding a given site.( 521 ) i ) Strength limit states ii ) Serviceability limit states According to TIA-222-G standard Wind load is considered as the major fact controlling the stability. Here Exposure C (Flat open area) is selected The direction of wind and tower orientation of a mobile tower at a given time cannot be predicted. Therefore it is not essential to depend on a Directionality safety factor as long as critical situation is concern.K. Therefore AISI/TIA standards have allocated a 0. The calculations are flexible for any wind flow direction provided Wind velocity is less than Survival Wind velocity. B Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V. But the force which will turn the system will be the cross particle perpendicular to AB and always will be less then or equal to wind force.

G.68 m2 Length to breath Ratio Area Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V. This tower falls under this category.K. Also ice loading does not apply to this category.50 m Width = 0.1 Wind flow Direction Analysis 5 . Category II structures represent a substantial hazard to human life intended for services that may be provided by other means.26 = 0.Jayantha .27 m = 9.G. STRUCTURE CLASSIFICATION Structures are classified according to reliability requirements. LOAD HEAD LOAD DETAILS Calculation for area of GSM antennae Length = 2.( 522 ) d Tower side Extreme Point V Fig 3. Category I Structures have the lowestreliability requirements and are intendeddamage to represent structures for which there is a low hazard to human life and to property in the event of failure. 2 .

0 m 1.0 m 1.68 m2 6 40.( 523 ) Force coefficient of the section = 0.06 m2 0.28 m2 2 40.20 m Area = 1.G.08 m2 0 12 Kg Ant Frame Brackets0.6 MW Dishes 0.13 m2 Weight and Area parameters of head Loads with Brackets ANTENNAE AND ACCESSORIES Unit Weight Description Proj Area Nos Elevation Tot Area Drag Coeff 35 Kg GSM Antennae 0.6 MW antennae Diameter = 0.0 m 0.60 m Area = 0.5 4 Kg 1 42.V.13 m2 1 40.2 MW Dishes 1.18 m2 6 40.0 m 4.13 m2 1.84 m2 Excess Head Load 0.00 m2 Antenne Frame 21 Kg Ant Frame Poles 0.0 m 0.16 m2 0.2 MW antennae Diameter = 1.0 m 0.06 m2 Total Antenne Area 5.28 m2 Calculation for area of 1.5 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.57 m2 1.2 45 Kg 0.K.Jayantha .05 m2 1.9 Calculation for area of 0.5 Aviation Lamp 0.03 m2 0.03 m2 6 40.2 55 Kg 1.2 10 Kg Lightening Arrestor0.G.5 6.00 m2 0.0 m 0.03 m2 1 45.

08 m2 Cables 13 Kg Feeder Cable 0.400 m Tower Elevation = 0.V.35 m2 680 Kg Total Head Load 7.( 524 ) 1.5 0.Jayantha .G.812 m/s2 (On Earth) lding/Mountain Elevation Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.01 m2 3 0.05 m2 6 0.K.900 m From System Level Distance from Elevated level to tower = 0.5 1 Kg Power Cables 0.01 m2 3 0.29 m2 6 . Tower Specifications Type & Model = SEMI TRAILER Tower Height = Tower Weight = Total Head Load = 680 Kg Number Of Sections = 5 Gravity Acceleration = Overlap = 1.03 m2 0.5 1 Kg Optical Cables 0.30 m2 0.G.03 m2 0.650 m From Ground Level 40 m 853 Kg 9.

K.V. 33. Pipe Schedule 80 .G.48.5.1" . Stiffeners (Lattice Structure ) Bright Steel Rod Material Checked By: Athula Haputantri (DIN 17100 Standard) Top Stiffeners 1/2" DIA Bottom Stiffeners 5/8" DIA 1020 Carbon Steel Tensile Stress = 380 N/mm2 Yield Strength = 200 N/mm2 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. 1/2" DIA (DIN 17100 Standard) OD .4 mm Thickness.3 (DIN 17100 Standard) Tensile Stress = 523 N/mm2 Yield Strength = 335 N/mm2 2.Jayantha .3.( 525 ) 7 .08mm Material ST 52.G. Material Used for Tower Sections 1.

20 1.20 1.K.V. There will be two cases one for operational and the other for survival wind velocity.Jayantha .G.0 for planes ) Vz Where K1 for Towers Terrain Category I Height/(m) Operational(120)Survival(160) K2 Class A K2 Class B K3 (Topography) 50 1.18 1. = Vb .05 1.G.07 1.89 ms Wind Velocity relevant to each case will be found with the following formulae and factors.18 1.00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 40 1.07 1. K3 Vb = Basic wind speed of the place in m/s K1 = Probability Factor(Risk coefficient) K2 = Terrain height and Structure size Factor K3 = Topography Factor ( 1. K 2 .44 ms Operational wind speed = 140 Kmph -1 38.05 1. Wind Loads Analysis Survival wind speed = 160 Kmph -1 44. K1 .( 526 ) 8 .

89 E+03 35.07 1.00 20 1.89 E+03 31.45 m 56.00 Vz = Vz = Checked By: Athula Haputantri Vb .G.10 m 50.10 1.V.07 1.64 E+03 21.07 1.74 1.6 x Vz2 Wind Reg H Frm V Grnd z /(ms-1) Pressure/(Pa) 39.88 1.K. K1 .15 1.( 527 ) 30 1.73 E+03 28.75 m 53.00 E+00 0.05 1.00 15 1.07 K2 = 1.G.05 1.00 Pz = 0.Jayantha .00 m 0.03 1.00 0. K3 56.07 1. K2 .05 1.12 m/s Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.74 1.05 1.07 1.18 K3 = 1.55 E+03 0.44 ms K1 = 1.09 1.13 1.00 10 1.00 m 0.12 1.12 1.00 E+00 Calculation for wind Load on the antennae At 160 Kmph -1 44.20 m 53.12 1.65 m 52.31 1.05 1.30 m 56.73 E+03 24.00 0.

G.G.98 N/m2 Calculation for wind Load on the Tower At 160 Kmph 44.Jayantha .89 ms K1 = 1.10 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.18 m/s = 0.00 Vz = Vz = 48. K3 = 1392.V. K1 .37 140 Kmph -1 38.6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P N/m2 Vb .07 K2 = 1.18 K3 = 1.44 K1 = 1.( 528 ) Wind Pressure P At = 0.889.K.05 K2 = 1.6 x Vz2 = 1. K2 .

07 K2 = 1. K1 .G.44 K1 = 1.05 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. K2 .89 K1 = 1.00 Vb .Jayantha .6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P Vb . K1 .6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P 1.31 m/s = 0. K3 = At 1641.10 K3 = 1.00 Vz = Vz = 44.05 K2 = 1.50 N/m2 Calculation for wind Load on the Shelter(Only if present) At 160 Kmph 44.87 N/m2 140 Kmph 38.V.G. K2 . K3 = 1210.( 529 ) K3 = Vz = Vz = 52.92 m/s = 0.K.

K3 = At 1496.88 m/s = 0.00 N/m2 140 Kmph 38. K2 .00 Vz = Vz = 42.Jayantha .05 K3 = 1. K1 . K2 .6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P 1.05 K2 = 1. Bending Strength Calculation Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.G.( 530 ) K3 = Vz = Vz = 49.V.00 Vb . K1 .6 x Vz2 Wind Pressure P Vb .93 m/s = 0.K. K3 = 1102.96 N/m2 9 .89 K1 = 1.

032 m Design By : Aravinda Perera x Sec height/(m)Area 1.41 Kg/m 0 0 0 0(Std) 0.000 0.73 E+03 4 4th Frm Top 24.00 0.12 1.55 E+03 0 0 0.0 0.00508 5.0483 0.8 53.V.0334 0.1.73 E+03 3 3rd Frm Top 28.41 Kg/m 4 4th Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.7 52.41 Kg/m 5 5th Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.3.00 E+00 Table 9.( 531 ) Terrain category I Class B for tower sections Table 9.001116 Approved By:Mr.G.Jayantha .12 1.31 1.64 E+03 5 5th Frm Top 21.3 56.K.G.00455 3.76 Kg/m 1 Top Most MS 80(Std) 0.24 Kg/m 3 3rd Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.00 0. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Derived from Table 03 Section R out / (m) = y d internal/(m) Antena Frame Checked By: Athula Haputantri 0.00508 5. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Section 0 Antena Frame Material Sch No D Out/(m) Thickness Un Wt of Pipe MS 80(Std) 0.74 1.0483 0.00000 0.0 0.00508 8.00000 0.74 1.00455 3.0000 0.24 Kg/m 2 2nd Frm Top MS 80(Std) 0.0334 0.00 Kg/m 0 0 0 0(Std) 0.89 E+03 2 2nd Frm Top 31.0648 r / (m) 0.2.0000 0. Wind Velocity on tower sections for Survival wind velocity (160 Kmph) Section Height/(m) V z /(ms-1)Wi Pressure/(Pa) Antennae Frame 39.0750 0.5 56.1 50.0483 0.00 E+00 0 0 0.88 1.89 E+03 1 Top Most 35.00508 5.00 Kg/m Table 9.2 53.038 m 0.

Section Height detail of tower section X M tot H tb q` B W Fig 9.012 m 0.000 0.0381 0.217 0.024 m 0.000 m 0.000 0.000690 4 4th Frm Top 0.019 m 0.559 0.G.019 m 0.Jayantha . Horizontal movement due to 1o Inclination(Worst Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.000 m 0.017 m 0.024 m 0.024 m 0.0000 0.012 m 0. State of tower under equilibrium just before falling Fig 9.000412 2 2nd Frm Top 0.320 0.017 m 0.0381 0.V.000000 0 0 0.000 m 0.3.0000 0.0381 0.( 532 ) 1 Top Most 0.683 0.000000 h1 Sec Height h2 Fig 9.G.433 0.000690 5 5th Frm Top 0.1.0243 0.000 m 0.000690 0 0 0.000412 3 3rd Frm Top 0.2.K.0243 0.019 m 0.

00 Kg/m 0.70 m 37.89 Kg/m 6.45 m 0.016 1.0002011 0.40 m 1.650 m H Above SecCen bottom W F Sec AbvStart Height Ce Gra AboveSelf Twroffset Bot X val Antena Frame 2.4.05 m 0.10 m 19.0001131 0.00 m 0.00 m 0.58 Kg/m 6. Data of Stiffeners Section 1 Material Xsec Area D Stiff/(m) Un Wt of Stiff L stiff/(m) Top Most BS Shafting 0.000 4 4th Frm Top BS Shafting 0.58 Kg/m 6.70 m 5.20 m 5 5th Frm Top 39.00 m 4.V.000 0 0 0.32 m 4 4th Frm Top 32.016 1.35 m 0.90 m 0.89 Kg/m 6.07 m 0 0 0.012 0.000 0.10 m 19.00 m 7.00 m 0.00 m 39.00 m 0.Jayantha .55 m Total Height 40.0002011 0.00 m Table 9.K.00 m 0 0 0.900 m 0.55 m 0.00 Kg/m 0.00 m 16.20 m 18.58 m 2 2nd Frm Top 17.016 1.000 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.( 533 ) Table 9.5.80 m 8. Section Wind force and Gravity centers Distance from Elevated level to tower = Tower base Elevation from ground level H Twr = Ele Section 0.G.40 m 33.00 m 0.00 m 0.58 Kg/m 6.30 m 25.0002011 0.000 0 0 0.00 m 0.66 m 1 Top Most 10.10 m 11.000 5 5th Frm Top BS Shafting 0.25 m 0.00 m 0.012 0.000 0.45 m 14.35 m 28.000 2 2nd Frm Top BS Shafting 0.45 m 3 3rd Frm Top 24.90 m 12.0001131 0.90 m 21.000 3 3rd Frm Top BS Shafting 0.G.55 m 0.20 m 36.

7.000 E+00 Table 9.27 E-06 1.53 E-04 8.00 E+00 0.6 Kg 679.90 E-04 1.Jayantha .K.3 Kg 29.00 E+00 0.1 Kg Xtra Stuff SectionTot Total Abv Cen Gr Frm Bottom 553.07 E-05 3.h2 2 I Composite 5.( 534 ) Note : Moment of inertia of the composite section about the neutral axis is found using the Parallel axis theorem I = p(R4-r4) 4 I Comp = ( I + a x h12) + [2 x ( I + a x h22)] 4 Table 9.6.G.45 m 4 4th Frm Top 138.6 Kg 799.26 E-06 3.8 Kg Design By : Aravinda Perera 16.0 Kg 0.00 m 0 0 0.4 Kg 33.7 Kg 37.773 E-04 5 5th Frm Top 1.76 E-05 1.8 Kg 919.0 Kg 0.0 Kg 0.90 m 1 Top Most 90.96 E-05 1.35 m 5 5th Frm Top 138.0 Kg 0.4 Kg 204.V.0 Kg 0.633 E-07 6.39 m Approved By:Mr.000 E+00 0.55 m 3 3rd Frm Top 138.398 E-08 4.h1 2 a.05 m 2 2nd Frm Top 82.00 E+00 0. Moment of inertia of the Composite sections Section I a / (m2) Antenna Frame 6.572 E-05 3 3rd Frm Top 1.000 E+00 0.12 E-04 2.5 Kg 4.G.572 E-04 0 0 0.1 Kg 66.856 E-07 1.7 Kg 679.624 E-04 1 Top Most 4.18 E-05 6.3 Kg 119.90 E-04 6.4 Kg 1123.633 E-07 6.000 E+00 0 0 0.1 Kg 11.4 Kg 204.1 Kg 66.53 E-04 1.115 E-04 4 4th Frm Top 1.06 E-05 1. Weight of Tower Sections Weight / (Kg) Section Pipes Frame + Head Load126.00 E+00 0.3 Kg 119.4 Kg 1328.801 E-05 2 2nd Frm Top 4.59 E-04 4.12 E-04 1.1 Kg 66.0 Kg 0.6 Kg 18.00 E+00 0.00 E+00 0.38 E-05 2.2 Kg 25.09 E-04 3.5 Kg 37.4 Kg 1532.4 Kg 204.0 Kg 0.398 E-08 4.90 E-04 1.25 m 0 0 0.12 E-03 a.633 E-07 6.0 Kg 0.00 m Tower Weight Checked By: Athula Haputantri 852.

55 E+05 4.000 m2 0.02 E+03 8.00 E+00 4.672 m2 0.232 m2 0.09 E+04 3 3rd Frm Top -3.27 E+04 1 Top Most -1.232 m2 0.952 m2 7.852 m2 0.22 E+04 -1.8.9.03 E+04 4 4th Frm Top 1.52 E+03 4.504 m2 0.000 m2 0.28 E+05 3.81 E+04 2 2nd Frm Top -1.932 m2 0.41 E+03 1.89 E+03 1 Top Most 0.26 E+03 4.000 m2 0.000 m2 0.843 m2 1.G.13 E+04 5 5th Frm Top 1.64 E+03 3 3rd Frm Top 1.952 m2 6.952 m2 5.672 m2 0.396 m2 0.( 535 ) Pole (Only) Center of Table 9.309 m2 8.G.70 E+08 Pa y Table 9.15 E+05 7.678 m2 4.000 m2 0.V.211 m2 3.664 m2 4.645 m2 3.62 E+05 1.000 m2 0.14 E+03 2 2nd Frm Top 0.645 m2 6.000 m2 0.Jayantha . Bending Moment Failure Analysis Righting Moment Section Turning Moment Guy Cable Stru RigidityWind Force Inclination Antena Frame Sec BM 8.5 (AISI Standard) Projected Area x Force Coefficient = WF x H Area Projected/(m2) Section Pipes Frame Antennae 1. Wind Force Effect on Projected Area Force Coefficient for Circular sections = Effective Area TM = 0.987 m2 8.197 m2 Bending Stress ( s ) = 270 N/mm2 BM = I comp x s 2.32 E+05 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.080 m2 Extra Stuff Sec Total Total Above Wind Force/(N) 6.232 m2 0.36 E+04 4.891 m2 1.00 E+00 5 0 0.36 E+04 -1.939 m2 1.000 m2 0.69 E+04 4.K.22 E+04 5 0 0.95 E+04 -1.55 E+03 1.672 m2 0.

55 Safe 3 3rd Frm Top -6.19 E+04 -1.00 E+00 0.00 E+00 0.400 m Def a L com Stif q q Checked By: Athula Haputantri L ten Stif Design By : Aravinda Perera b Approved By:Mr.57 E+04 2.00 E+00 0.98 Safe 2 2nd Frm Top -5.12 E+03 2.G.000 0.286 1.00 E+00 0.66 E+05 36.19 E+04 -1.Jayantha .500 4.00 E+00 0.39 Safe 4 4th Frm Top -6.00 E+00 0.11 E+03 0.24 E+04 0.30 E+05 22.143 3.58 E+04 BM Total Y Extreme BM Allowed Safety Factor Section Antena Frame 1.38 E+04 0.G.00 E+00 0.K.00 0 0 0 0.81 E+05 2.00 E+00 0.54 E+05 4.00 E+00 0.68 E+05 1.38 E+05 1.84 E+05 5 5th Frm Top -6.211 4.28 E+05 1.92 Safe 5 5th Frm Top 3.V.39 E+04 1.451 1.89 E+05 6.90 Safe 0 0 0.27 E+04 0.369 1. Consideration of stiifner Strenth for Bending Effect Segment Height (L i ) = 0.00 E+00 -1.39 E+05 0 0 0.14 E+04 0.46 E+05 2.58 E+03 1.( 536 ) 4 4th Frm Top -6.20 E+05 0.00 E+00 0 0 0.00 0 1 Top Most Note: ( .00 E+00 0.) safety factor denotes higher safty as it has to go passing 0 to go to Failiure.05 E+05 3.000 0.74 Safe -1.

024 0.075 0.G.00 0.90 0.058 0.041 0.Jayantha .00000 0 0 0.00040 3 3rd Frm Top 24.024 0.G.00 0.00112 0 0 0.017 0.00000 Sway Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.000 0.( 537 ) b L ten Stif q q L i/ 2 Pipe Distance q/(Deg) b Tan Inv (Def/Li) = (L I /2) 2 = L ten Stiff 2 + - L Ten Stif x L i a (L I ) 2 = L Com Stiff 2 + - 2 x L Com Stif x L i Righting Moment from Stiffners Total Swaey = Def Allowed at H = 0.019 0.14 Deg Height x Tan (Def) = Section Peak H 0.V.00041 2 2nd Frm Top 31.10 0.094 m Def All at H Def for Sec DefPerSegment 1 Top Most 39.017 0.000 0.20 0.00 0.000 0.10 0.000 0.00080 5 5th Frm Top 9.017 0.00080 4 4th Frm Top 17.094 0.

8144976 0.27 953.G.00 0. e Contr Len .000 0.00054367 0.24 47 2 2nd Frm Top 0.0003845 5 5th Frm Top 75.682 72.0003735 0.51 1477.18 2179.5385516 4 4th Frm Top 0.00017685 0.6758561 0.6762404 0.892 0.0001600 2 2nd Frm Top 61.0000000 0 0 0.927 0.115 0.996.059 0.00037351 0.0000000 0.3207786 0.625 75.0002011 23.00 0 0 0 0.00000000 0 0.0001131 11.89 1427.3206187 0.0005437 0.0003738 4 4th Frm Top 72.00015987 0.0001599 0.8139539 0.5389253 0.175.00000000 0 0.00 0.831.4195950 3 3rd Frm Top 0.Jayantha .000 0.251 0.0001768 0.235.369 0.91 43 3 3rd Frm Top 0.0000000 0.0000000 0 0.8 Gpa Considering The Stiffner Being tensioned b/(Deg) a/(Deg) Exp len.789 0.0000000 Righting Moment = Force x Perpedicular Distance Tentioned Stiffner e/(m) X sec Area Axial Force Righting Moment No of Segments 1 Top Most 0.0003842 0.0001769 3 3rd Frm Top 68.0000000 0.36 1399.0000000 0.981.500 0.0002011 29.c 1 Top Most 51.( 538 ) Section Pipe Distance q/(Deg) L Stiff L Ten Stiff L Comp Stiff 1 Top Most 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.370 51.0005440 0 0 0.000 0.4197719 0.01 21 0 0 0.442 0.K.G.4199487 0.502 61.117 68.8134099 0 0.0000000 0.3204588 2 2nd Frm Top 0.0001131 9.115 0.591 0.6754717 5 5th Frm Top 0.315 0.161 0.0000000 (E ) for BS Shafting = 209.646 0.058 0.0002011 28.000 0.V.0000000 0.75 21 5 5th Frm Top 0.00 0 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00038424 0.30 21 4 4th Frm Top 0.5392989 0.000 0.

53 4586.G.K.0002011 29255.49 1759. Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.46 5437.23 43 3 3rd Frm Top 0.77 21 5 5th Frm Top 0.V.0002011 28194.0001131 11837.32 47 2 2nd Frm Top 0.00038446 0.00037377 0.42 1851.00 0 0 0 0. STABILITY CALCULATION Y Stability Y CG X Coordinate System definition As shone in the figure front side will be decided according to the orientation of tower when irected Extream center point of Front side Beam will be taken as the coordinate center.00017692 0.02 21 4 4th Frm Top 0.0001131 10000.00054403 0.19 5469.00 0.0002011 23995.00000000 0 0.00 0.G.( 539 ) Comressed Stiffner c/(m) X sec Area Axial Force Righting Moment No of Segments 1 Top Most 0.Jayantha .60 21 0 0 0.00 0 14 .00000000 0 0.00015995 0.

00 m Length Y Shelter Start 3.700 m Small Concrete Blocks 10Kgs = 0.00 m Width 0.V.G.5.Jayantha .00 Kg Table 14.00 Kg 1Pcs 0 0.G.000m Breath 0. Details of Heavy Objects effecting the Stability Table 14.000 m Center of gravity of block from End of extension = 0.1.00 m 0.300 m Center of gravity of block from Pivot 5.50 m Area 3. Shelter Details Weight 0 Kg Height 0.000m3 Extra Weights Distributed On the Deck Unit Wt Sand Country 1840 Kgs Number Tot Weight 0.00 Kg Distance at which the Block is fixed from arm End = 0.1 Sanded Volume Details Height 0.000m Length 0.K.0000 m3 1 0. Concrete Base Details(Underneath Landing Legs) Description Checked By: Athula Haputantri Placed Y DisX sec Size Height Design By : Aravinda Perera Cube WeightNo of Cubes Approved By:Mr.( 540 ) X tra Leverage required for stability will given by the extension of Arm or leverage beam.1.000 mm2 Table 14.000m Volume 0.

2.V.Weights at Critical Polygon Points Unit Wt County Units Total Wt Front Polygon Points 48 Kg/m 6.G. Tower is checked for stability when the total system is about fall about two ground contact Points Table 14.( 541 ) Twr Side Concrete -2.600 m 3240 Kg 2 Table 14.500 m 0.500 m 0. Tower Frame Details Beam/Plates 402.850 m 1. If Guy wires are present they fixed to the X tra leverage Extentions therefore it only Makes the Structure rigid relative to the Base Frame.600 m 3240 Kg 2 Mid Concrete 0.500 m 0.G.00 Kg Total 412 Kg Note.K.00 Kg Off Set X val Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 m 2 0.00 Kg Other Loads 10.00 m 2 576. The whole system is made sure to be Stable the self weight of the Whole system.600 m 3240 Kg 2 Other Side Concrete 6.3.00 Kg Rear Polygon Points 48 Kg/m 0.000 m 1.Jayantha .850 m 1.

K.G.V.( 542 ) Off Set X val Wind Force w1 H/2 w2 w3 w4 1o w5 1o Fig 14. State of tower under equilibrium just before falling Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. Factors causing Turning Moment Wind Force M tot R=0 R = Wt Wt Ld Required A B Fig 14.2.Jayantha .1.G.

G.58E+04 J Self Righting Moment 7.Jayantha . Turning Moment Due to Wind Force & Inclination Area Head Loads Pressure Wind Force Cen W ForceTr Moment 7.35E+05 J Twr Inc'n Moment 1.43E+05 J Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.98 E+05 J "=" 3. State of tower under equilibrium just before falling By taking moment about point A L d Required x Wt "=" M tot L d Required "=" M tot Wt "=" 6.37E+05 J Slac Guy Init Moment 2.6 m 1.2.42E+05 J 9.06E+05 J Guy Righting Moment 2.86 E+05 J 1.7.5 E+05 J Tower Wind Force 4.V.G.( 543 ) Fig 14.0 m 0.K.197 m2 1642 Pa 6891 N 19.47 P = r x V2 WF = PxA TM = WF x H Table 14.43E+05 J Checked By: Athula Haputantri 9.0 E+00 J 0.51E+05 J Twr Wind F Moment 1. 0.000 m2 Tur'gMomenRi'g Moment Antennae Moment 5.0 m 5.291 m2 1889 Pa 13775 N 40.3 E+05 J 0 Pa 0N 0.

3.836 0.648 6.700 5. Locating the center of Gravity Weight Force Tower+Head Load 1533 Kg Y Tr M (J) 15.582 0.000 9.000 2 Rear Poly Pts(Arm) 0 Kg 1.835 2.850 Extra Mid Concrete U6480 Kg 63.850 -5.300 2 Front Poly Pts(Arm) 576 Kg 1.648 -3.( 544 ) Table 14.00 E+00 3.500 7.000 0.36 E+05 9.000 4.G.000 Front arm Con Blocks2000 Kg 19.51 E+02 3.878 1.00 E+00 7.037 0.K.624 -2.500 0 4.700 0 5.750 289 Kg 2.86 E+05 J Y b YPlatfor Y CG Stability Circle a X Platform X LF Fig 14.08 E+04 4.582 6.850 4.95 E+03 0.V.89 E+03 9. Polygon point Arrangement Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.00 E+00 8.500 197.000 Base Struc Wt 29.G.300 8.750 0.52 E+03 3.8.54 E+05 Shelter 0 Kg Tower Frame Wt of Accessories Resultant Wt Total Tr Moment 3045 Kg 0 Kg 20403 Kg "=" Centre of Gravity 6.150 Rear concrete Block 6480 Kg 63.59 E+04 0.Jayantha .293 4.500 0.

00 120 Deg Rear Extention 0.150 120 Deg Note: The Polygon created by poligon points should Be greater than 3m x 3m in size to X Platform have the best stablity and minimum k deflection of platform structure.47 m = 4. LVG d Fig 14.4.500 Pivot Point Y Distance Front Ext Y F Pivot 0.030 Pivot Point Y Distance Rear Ext Y R Pivot q Guy 6.G.21 m (Minimum Perpendicular Distance From Tower cen Calculations are followed Note: As discusssed earlier the required R has to be satisfied in and Direction as the Wind Flow and its Direction can't be predic Practically the structure rotates about two arms.470 Stable 1.( 545 ) 15 .G.Jayantha . In this section Critical Direction is considered for failiure analysis.K. Length Parameters of Extention Points( STABILITY CALCULATION ) Radious of Stability Circle (R) L Cr Critical Leaverage Length = 3. Safty Leverage Parameters = of the critical points of the Safty Polygon Length (L) Angle Front Extension 6. Provided above condition is a g YPivot d+q Guy YTower satisfied the platform structure qo can be adjested upto extent LF allowed by the design.00 0 Deg SEMI TRAILER Length Platform // to center line Y Platform Width 90o to center line X Platform 6. Arm and Guy wire orientation Case Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.

29 m 4.Y CG = = = = 6.K.21 m Rare leverage.8 Deg = 112. Prefered Direction( if Required ) Rear ExtensionNot needed Front Extension Foward Ref Fig 14.03 m 0.Y Tower)} 67.15 m 0.50 m 3.Jayantha .G.enough 1 ( 546 ) Please refer calculation Relevent to case 1 Case 1 _ Stability Circle is within Polygon Rear Points Case 2 _ Stability Circle is Beyond Polygon Rear Points Case 3 _ Stability Circle is within Both Rear and Front Polygon points Desiding on Number of Arms and Guy Wire Orientation Platform length R Y CG Pl Frm Length .G.Y Tower)2 ) 1/2 1.47 m 2.V.2 Deg Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.50 m ( X2 + (Y Pivot .3 to see directions Desiding on front arm sufficiency ( Only for Case 2 ) Derivation of front Point Inclination Angle X Y Pivot Y Tower k = = = = = g = g Considering the pivot Checked By: Athula Haputantri a 1.24 m ( tan -1 {X / (Y Pivot .

97 m Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.8 Deg 6.G.47 m LF cos a = -3.g ) Sin d = 7.23 m Checking for front point extention Sufficiency Along Y Axis front side LF = 6.g) + LF Cos d = Distance to front Exream Point from tower center = Fig 14.20 m Y FLL = = Checked By: Athula Haputantri Y F Pivot + LF Cos a -2.q Guy k Cos ( q Guy .242 = 44.03 0.K.Jayantha .135 = 1.5.q Guy = a 1.a + d LVG k a d + q Guy = CW from reference X axis = L VG LF d q Guyo YTower 121.6 Deg g g . Arm and Guy wire orientation Case 2 7.378 d = 180 .6 Deg X 180 .( 547 ) Rear LL 2 q Guy .000 = k Sin d = 0.g s enough By appling Sin formulae LF = Sin ( q Guy.G.V.00 m LF Sin a = 5.00 m a = 120.0 Deg R = 3.

Optimisation Analysis Case 1 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.G.97 m > 6.( 548 ) X FLL = X Platform + LF Sin a = Abs( Y F LL) > 2.Jayantha .G.35 m Abs(R .V.6.Y CG) 1.17 m Front Arm Sufficient Backwards R LRb R h k q m X Platform s f d d 90-d R m l YCG YF Pivot Side Ways a YR Pivot LF Stability Circle Fig 14.

Optimisation Analysis Case 3 to eliminate One Arm Checking for elimination of Xtra rear Poligon point (Only for Case 1 & 3) X Platform = 1.47 m 6.Y CG )} 15.0 Deg ( X Platform2 + (Y Platform .G.V.3 Deg s = ( Cos -1 { R / k} 37.15 m R Y Platform Y Tower Y CG ( q Guy ) k = = f = = = = = = 3.6.4 Deg Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.( 549 ) YMa fd k p f X Platform s R mm l b q Guyo YCG YTWR q d LF Stability Circle 180-m Fig 14.36 m (Tan -1 { X Platform / ( Y Platform .Jayantha .50 m 0.50 m 2.29 m 120.Y CG)2 ) 1/2 4.K.

K.80 l = 11.V.Jayantha .3 Deg = = 180-q+d 22.G.73 m By appling Sin formulae q = l Sin ( 180-m ) Sin ( 90-d ) = l 0.7 Deg X platform + {(Y Platform x Tan d .82 m Y Twr + LGV Cos q Guyo -5.G.41 m LGV Sin q Guyo 10.(Y TWR x Tan d} = = 5.82 m L VG = l = Y FLL = = X FLL = = 11.( 550 ) d = m q 90-s-f = 37.24 m X Ref Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.

X Platform ) ( Y FLL .59 m (X FLL .G.Jayantha .Optimisation Analysis Case 2 Derivation of Arm length and Angle of Front arm relevent to case 3 LF (X FLL .K.( 551 ) X Ref Backwards YMa b R LR k q s X Platform m f R h d d 90-d R m Side Ways l YC a YR Pivot YF Pivot LF Stability Circle Fig 14.Y F Pivot) a g Considering the pivot = -59.Y F Pivot) = = Tan a = 10.1 Deg = 120.X Platform )2 + ( Y FLL .V.9 Deg Checking for Most Critical side of failure Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.6.G.

G.86 E+05 Weight Turing Moment = 8.21 Safe Calculation to find Safty factor After Fixing the System to Ground In case of taking moment about two Extream points all Bolting material canbe assumed Total Turing Moment = 6.29 m Two Front platform pts L Cr Critical Leaverage Length = 4.21 Points m 4.47 E+05 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. Safety factor Calculation ( Only placed on ground.32 E+05 Needed X tra Turning moment= -1.K.29 m i. not fixed to Ground ) Righting Moment S.( 552 ) Here in this case the designer himself tried maximum to minmise the length of guide arms by identifiing the optimal angles for Guide arm orientation. = Resultant Wt x L Cr = 8.e Minimum 16 .9 E+05 J = 1.21 m Slanted to or // to Center Line ® 6.3 E+05 J 6.V.35 m Tower Side Two Front Poly 5.21 m Two Rear Poly 4.29 Points m 5.F.G.3 E+05 J = 8.21 m 2. Shortest Distances rall Tilted Height / (m) = Two Rear platform pts Cross Particle Rear Side 4. Also he have suceeded in doing so.Jayantha .

The tower will not fail by Tor bar Failiure.K.86E+05 Total resisting Moment = 8.V.000 m Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.2 E+04 N Min Requirement Bolts Should Withstand = Dia of Tor Bar = -3.25 Ton (Number of Bolts and size can be desided on t 0.21 Safe Note: Provided anchoring is done Using the appropriate chemical and to the right standered.500 Fixed Arm Length = 4.000m Shear Capacity of Tor Bar = 500 kN/mm2 = 0 kN No of bolts = 16 Ability to create resisting moment = 0.( 553 ) Distance between concurrent bolting points = 6.Jayantha .G. Anchorage depth Checked By: Athula Haputantri = 0. Force Exerted = -3.32E+05 SF = 1.00E+00 Total Turing Moment = 6.60 Note: Always in the criticle case at least two arms will give the Righting moment.

371 314159.00 Unstable TT 10 .000 m2 25 N/mm2 = 250.( 554 ) Area = Concrete Grade = 0.K.27 0.G.Jayantha . GUY WIRE Calculation for Buckling & Deflection with the presence of guy wire Note: Trailer type tower is taken as example T Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.000 N/m2 Allowable Per Torr Bar = 0.61 N Anchroing Safty factor = 12566.00 N Force Per Bolt = -1.993.G.V.

Calculation for buckling failure Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.1 Guy wire Orientation Fig 10.Jayantha .G. the case will be considered to have one guy wire per G Finally the modification will be restored or corrected by dividing the forces among Guy wires depending on inclin angles.( 555 ) T Fig 10.4 Side view of Guy Wire arrangement Thus the side view can be analyzed as follows Even if any case is to be having n number of Guy wires.G.5 the above shown system reduces to the following s T1 b1 TTot T2 b2 b3 T3 Fig 10. Plan view of Guy wire Orientation When the angle is 30 degrees since Cos(30) is equal to 0.K.2.V.

00 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.V.G.Jayantha .K.150 m L(Landing Leg) = 6.500 m X length of Platform(Width) = 1.5 Side view of the Reduced section Height at which the cable is fixed = 39.00 m a = 120 Deg L Sin a = 5.10 m Y distance of Tower = 0.20 L Cos a = -3.( 556 ) Tensile Force TTot WF b Topposite = 0 Wind Force CF1 Compression Force R=0 R = Wt A B Fig 10.

185 Tan -1 ( 0.G.Stability Calculation Distance at which the Guy wire is fixed on the Arm = Tan b = Tan b = b 7.030 m Ref 14.529 N = Considering the whole tower Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.K.V.23 m Cable Fixing Height / Fixed Distance on Arm 0.455 J 7.406 N TTot x Sin b + Head Load 33.11 T Tot Downwards compression force = = = 33.Jayantha .185) = = .5 Deg = TTot x Sin b = Total Turning Moment by Guys Heignt x Sin b = 237.( 557 ) Y F Pivot = 0.G. By resolving horizontal forces on tower Total Turning Moment T Tot 10.

547 N 4 4th Frm Top 0.70 5.20E-04 Le Factor = 0.52E+05 18.95 3.468 E-04 1.028 N Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.( 558 ) E = 210 GPa p = 3.02E+06 30. Buckling Failure Analysis for each section Section Le Factor Le I /(m4) P Cr Subjected load 1 Top Most 0.K.Jayantha .F = 3.29E+06 42.V.70 5.G.068 N 2 2nd Frm Top 0.97E+06 44.51 1.70 5.703 E-04 9.70 Le = L x Le Factor = 28 m P cr (1020 Carbon Steel) m4 p2 x E x I = Le2 Compression force S.17 E+05 = 33.45E+07 13.70 6.529 N = 9.444 E-05 2.741 E-05 8.142 I = 1.95 1.70 5.073 E-04 6.95 2.85 for a guyed mast Table 10.306 N 3 3rd Frm Top 0.552 N 5 5th Frm Top 0.95 1.46 N > AISI standard Safety factor 0.1.

000 E+00 0.68E+06 15.K. Buckling Failure Analysis for bottom most sub section of each section Section L Le Factor Le I /(m4) P Cr 1 0.( 559 ) Table 10.00 Case 1 : Not tensioned Tightening tension = 5N Unit length Weight = 5N Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera 40.398 E-08 2.V.G.21 4.21 1.70 0.300 0.000 0.00 Approved By:Mr.70 0.482 N 3 0.70 0.70 0.00 0 0.000 0.300 0.07E+06 19.00E+00 0N 5 0.68E+06 44.633 E-07 7.00 0 0.2.21 1.21 1.300 0.G.398 E-08 2.633 E-07 7.70 0.6 Guy wire and Tower orientation after Deflection Analysis For Guy wire behavior Under Loads 45.300 0.000 E+00 0.07E+06 31.Jayantha .633 E-07 7.21 4.68E+06 46.034 N 5 0.300 0.00E+00 0N Subjected load Thus Buckling doesn't Occur with present conditions L-a L L+e d H LW Fig 10.242 N 2 0.558 N 5 0.552 N 4 0.

( 560 )

Length of the cable

=

40.65 m

Cable Weigth

=

203.24 N

Max Downward Deflection

=

6.532

35.00

m
30.00

Table 10.4. Guy Cable Behavior under tension and self weight
Seg

X(L )

y, (H)

0

0.00

0.00

1

0.18

2

Y Sag

Y red

Grp

20.000

0.000

0.000

1.00

20.637

0.637

0.363

0.36

2.00

21.241

1.241

0.759

3

0.54

3.00

21.813

1.813

1.187

4

0.72

4.00

22.351

2.351

1.649

5

0.90

5.00

22.858

2.858

2.142

6

1.08

6.00

23.331

3.331

2.669

7

1.27

7.00

23.772

3.772

3.228

8

1.45

8.00

24.180

4.180

3.820

9

1.63

9.00

24.556

4.556

4.444

10

1.81

10.00

24.899

4.899

5.101

11

1.99

11.00

25.209

5.209

5.791

12

2.17

12.00

25.486

5.486

6.514

13

2.35

13.00

25.731

5.731

7.269

14

2.53

14.00

25.944

5.944

8.056

15

2.71

15.00

26.123

6.123

8.877

16

2.89

16.00

26.270

6.270

9.730

17

3.07

17.00

26.385

6.385

10.615

18

3.25

18.00

26.466

6.466

11.534

19

3.43

19.00

26.515

6.515

12.485

20

3.61

20.00

26.532

6.532

13.468

21

3.80

21.00

26.515

6.515

14.485

22

3.98

22.00

26.466

6.466

15.534

23

4.16

23.00

26.385

6.385

16.615

24

4.34

24.00

26.270

6.270

17.730

25

4.52

25.00

26.123

6.123

18.877

25.00

20.00

15.00

10.00

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

Design By : Aravinda Perera

5.00

0.00
0.00

1.00

2.00

3.00

Approved By:Mr.K.V.G.G.Jayantha

( 561 )

26

4.70

26.00

25.944

5.944

20.056

27

4.88

27.00

25.731

5.731

21.269

28

5.06

28.00

25.486

5.486

22.514

29

5.24

29.00

25.209

5.209

23.791

30

5.42

30.00

24.899

4.899

25.101

31

5.60

31.00

24.556

4.556

26.444

32

5.78

32.00

24.180

4.180

27.820

33

5.96

33.00

23.772

3.772

29.228

34

6.14

34.00

23.331

3.331

30.669

35

6.33

35.00

22.858

2.858

32.142

36

6.51

36.00

22.351

2.351

33.649

37

6.69

37.00

21.813

1.813

35.187

38

6.87

38.00

21.241

1.241

36.759

39

7.05

39.00

20.637

0.637

38.363

40

7.23

40.00

20.000

0.000

40.000

Case 2 : Mannually tensioned
Tightening tension
Unit length Weight

=

1000 N

=

5N

Length of the cable

=

40.65 m

Cable Weigth

=

203.24 N

Max Downward Deflection

=

0.033

m

Table 10.5. Guy Cable Behavior under tension and self weight
X(L )

y, (H)

0

0.00

0.00

1

0.18

2

Y red

Grp

20.000

0.000

0.000

1.00

20.003

0.003

0.997

0.36

2.00

20.006

0.006

1.994

3

0.54

3.00

20.009

0.009

2.991

4

0.72

4.00

20.012

0.012

3.988

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

Y Sag

Design By : Aravinda Perera

45.00

40.00

Approved By:Mr.K.V.G.G.Jayantha

( 562 )

5

0.90

5.00

20.014

0.014

4.986

6

1.08

6.00

20.017

0.017

5.983

7

1.27

7.00

20.019

0.019

6.981

8

1.45

8.00

20.021

0.021

7.979

9

1.63

9.00

20.023

0.023

8.977

10

1.81

10.00

20.024

0.024

9.976

11

1.99

11.00

20.026

0.026

10.974

12

2.17

12.00

20.027

0.027

11.973

13

2.35

13.00

20.029

0.029

12.971

14

2.53

14.00

20.030

0.030

13.970

15

2.71

15.00

20.031

0.031

14.969

16

2.89

16.00

20.031

0.031

15.969

35.00

30.00

25.00

20.00

17

3.07

17.00

20.032

0.032

16.968

18

3.25

18.00

20.032

0.032

17.968

19

3.43

19.00

20.033

0.033

18.967

20

3.61

20.00

20.033

0.033

19.967

21

3.80

21.00

20.033

0.033

20.967

22

3.98

22.00

20.032

0.032

21.968

23

4.16

23.00

20.032

0.032

22.968

24

4.34

24.00

20.031

0.031

23.969

25

4.52

25.00

20.031

0.031

24.969

26

4.70

26.00

20.030

0.030

25.970

27

4.88

27.00

20.029

0.029

26.971

28

5.06

28.00

20.027

0.027

27.973

29

5.24

29.00

20.026

0.026

28.974

30

5.42

30.00

20.024

0.024

29.976

31

5.60

31.00

20.023

0.023

30.977

32

5.78

32.00

20.021

0.021

31.979

33

5.96

33.00

20.019

0.019

32.981

34

6.14

34.00

20.017

0.017

33.983

35

6.33

35.00

20.014

0.014

34.986

36

6.51

36.00

20.012

0.012

35.988

37

6.69

37.00

20.009

0.009

36.991

15.00

10.00

5.00

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

Design By : Aravinda Perera

0.00
0.00

1.00

2.00

3.00

Approved By:Mr.K.V.G.G.Jayantha

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38

6.87

38.00

20.006

0.006

37.994

39

7.05

39.00

20.003

0.003

38.997

40

7.23

40.00

20.000

0.000

40.000

Case 3 : When Applied Initial tension
Tightening tension

=

6180.3 N

Unit length Weight

=

5N

Length of the cable

=

40.65 m

Cable Weigth

=

203.24 N

Max Downward Deflection

=

0.005

m

Table 10.6. Guy Cable Behavior under tension and self weight
X(L )

y, (H)

0

0.00

0.00

1

0.18

2

Y Sag

Y red

Grp

20.000

0.000

0.000

1.00

20.001

0.001

0.999

0.36

2.00

20.001

0.001

1.999

3

0.54

3.00

20.001

0.001

2.999

4

0.72

4.00

20.002

0.002

3.998

5

0.90

5.00

20.002

0.002

4.998

6

1.08

6.00

20.003

0.003

5.997

7

1.27

7.00

20.003

0.003

6.997

8

1.45

8.00

20.003

0.003

7.997

9

1.63

9.00

20.004

0.004

8.996

10

1.81

10.00

20.004

0.004

9.996

11

1.99

11.00

20.004

0.004

10.996

12

2.17

12.00

20.004

0.004

11.996

13

2.35

13.00

20.005

0.005

12.995

14

2.53

14.00

20.005

0.005

13.995

15

2.71

15.00

20.005

0.005

14.995

16

2.89

16.00

20.005

0.005

15.995

17

3.07

17.00

20.005

0.005

16.995

18

3.25

18.00

20.005

0.005

17.995

45.00

40.00

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19

3.43

19.00

20.005

0.005

18.995

20

3.61

20.00

20.005

0.005

19.995

21

3.80

21.00

20.005

0.005

20.995

22

3.98

22.00

20.005

0.005

21.995

23

4.16

23.00

20.005

0.005

22.995

24

4.34

24.00

20.005

0.005

23.995

25

4.52

25.00

20.005

0.005

24.995

26

4.70

26.00

20.005

0.005

25.995

27

4.88

27.00

20.005

0.005

26.995

28

5.06

28.00

20.004

0.004

27.996

29

5.24

29.00

20.004

0.004

28.996

30

5.42

30.00

20.004

0.004

29.996

31

5.60

31.00

20.004

0.004

30.996

32

5.78

32.00

20.003

0.003

31.997

33

5.96

33.00

20.003

0.003

32.997

34

6.14

34.00

20.003

0.003

33.997

35

6.33

35.00

20.002

0.002

34.998

36

6.51

36.00

20.002

0.002

35.998

37

6.69

37.00

20.001

0.001

36.999

38

6.87

38.00

20.001

0.001

37.999

39

7.05

39.00

20.001

0.001

38.999

40

7.23

40.00

20.000

0.000

40.000

35.00

30.00

25.00

20.00

15.00

10.00

5.00

0.00
0.00

1.00

2.00

3.00

Turn Buckle Strenth
Force allowed by the Guy Wire
D Shackle

=

41202 KN

=

10 mm

Twice Safer than The Cable for Tensile

Turn Buckle strength(Considering the Tread Shear)
Diameter

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=

16 mm

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Pitch

=

2 mm

Tread Height

=

0.8 mm

Tread Length per nut

=

16

Number of Nuts

=

2

No of Treads

=

16

=

1,608.50 mm2

Shear Area
Shear Stress

=

Allowed Force

=

262.5 N/mm 2
AF Antenna Wind Force

422,230 N

Safe

43.04 Ton

Calculation to find the tension required By Guy

Tensile
Force

TTot
WF Wind Force Twr

b

CF1
Compression
Force
Topposite

RM Self Righting Moment

TInit

R=0

Fig 10.5 Side view of the Reduced section
B

b

=

10.5 Deg

H

=

39.10 m

Total Tension to be Taken by Cables

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Total Righting Moment

=

T Tot

=

2.37E+05 J

Righting Moment
H x Sin b

=

33,406N

Calculation for Deflection and Guy wire strength
H

=

37.70 m

Lw

=

Guy Wire Diameter

=

0.008 m

=

2

7.23Cable
m
Fixing Height / Fixed Distance on Arm

Allowable load

4.20
41202

L

=

(H +

Lw2)1/2

38.39 m

d restored with Guy

=

0.14 Deg

90 + d

=

90.14 Deg

Cos (90+ d)

=

-0.002

(L + e)2

=
=

Lw2 + H2 - 2 x Lw x H Cos (90+ d)
1,474.86

(L + e)

=

38.40

(e)

=

0.017

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90 - d

=

89.86 Deg

Cos (90 - d)

=

0.002

(L - a)2

=
=

Lw2 + H2 - 2 x Lw x H Cos (90+ d)
1,472.23

(L - a)

=

38.37

(a)

=

0.017

=

TTot x Cos b

F

8,459 N
E

=

210 GPa

A

=

5.03E-05

=

F x L

Strain of the wire (e)

m2

A x E
e

=

L+e

0.03079 m
L +

F x L

=

38.418 m

A x E
=
Cos (90+ d)

=

Lw2 + H2 - (L + e)2
2 x Lw x H
-2.36
545.03

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Cos (90+ d)

=

90 + d

=

d restored with Guy

-0.004
Cos -1 ( -0.004)

=

90.2 Deg

=

0.25 Deg

Deflection Analysis Done
=

0.14 Deg

Ultimate Deflection Will be

0.14 Deg

Guy Wire Should be Given an initial tension of

6,180N

Calculation to find the tension in each Guy wire using the Simplified model.
Distance at which the Guy wire is fixed on the Arm
Table 10.2. Guy wire Data
Guy Wire form TopH i (Fixed H) Initial Length

=

7.23 m (From Tower Center)

bi

e

Factor

1

37.70 m

38.39 m

10.9 Deg

0.0171 m

0.2575

2

29.80 m

30.66 m

13.6 Deg

0.0169 m

0.2548

3

22.70 m

23.82 m

17.7 Deg

0.0166 m

0.2498

4

15.60 m

17.19 m

24.9 Deg

0.0158 m

0.2379

5

0.00 m

0.00 m

0.0 Deg

0.0000 m

0.0000

0

0.00 m

0.00 m

0.0 Deg

0.0000 m

0.0000

0

0.00 m

0.00 m

0.0 Deg

0.0000 m

0.0000

0.0664 m
Calculation for Top most Guy wire
1
Failure force for Guy =
Max Strain allowed(e) =

8,603 N

T1

b1

TTot

F x L
A x E
2

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2
e

=

0.031 m

T2

b2

b3

Failure force for Guy =

41202 N

Max Strain allowed(e) =

3

T3
4

F x L
A x E

Fig 10.7 Side view of Guy Wire
e

=

0.150 m

Max allowed Tightening of Turn Buckle
=

0.119 m

119 mm

Table 10.3. Turn Buckle safety for Guy Wire form Top(Not applied for self standing)
H i (Fixed H) Initial Tension
Turns Initial Max e Allowed
Max Tightening
Max No of Turns
1

37.00 m

6,180.30 N

5.62

0.150 m

0.133m

33.22

2

29.80 m

6,180.30 N

4.49

0.120 m

0.103m

25.72

3

22.70 m

6,180.30 N

3.49

0.093 m

0.076m

19.12

4

15.60 m

6,180.30 N

2.52

0.067 m

0.051m

12.84

5

0.00 m

0.00 N

0.00

0.000 m

0.000m

0.00

0

0.00 m

0.00 N

0.00

0.000 m

0.000m

0.00

0

0.00 m

0.00 N

0.00

0.000 m

0.000m

0.00

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11 . Twisting Failure

Consideration of a Slanted Member Givng the Righting moment to resist twist
Turning Moment if the total Area is at the X tream Fibre
Y Xtream

R Dish

Y extream
Dish Radius

=

0.50

=

1.38

Distance to Center of Wind Force
=

1.88

=

1,889.37

=

7.291 m2

Wind Force

=

13,774.67

N

Turning Moment

=

25,923.60

J

Pressure
Area

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Note: Segments of 3 m Heights is checked to have a righting moment greater than this value

L Guy Br
5o

t

Li

ao

Fig .Incident of Tower section being Rotated

L Ex
L sh

a

=

180-5
2

=

87.5

Note: The Twisting Member Can be assumed to be fixed from Both ends if Cross Guys are present at the top.
Trial and error MannerTwist angle at the center of Total tower which satisfies the required safty factor
=

4.90 Degrees

If the Top most section of the tower is applied cross guys then the twist at the center will be Half of the
twist angle at the center.

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t2

=

2x (L Sh)2 x (1- Cos (g))

=

14660.215

=

121.07938

Triangle Height =
L Sh =

1,074 mm

t sh

Li

=

b

=

709 mm
37000 mm

180 - a

=
L Ex 2

92.5
Li2

=

=

1.369E+09

L Ex

=

37005.479

Extension

=

5.48 mm

No of Cables At this Height =

12

Total Extension
=

+

t2

-

2xtxLi

65.75 mm

Cable Axial Force required per cable to extend

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E

=

A

=

e

=

L

=

209.80 Gpa
5.03E-05 m2
0.0054791 m
Li - Initial Tightening

=

F

37.000 m

=

AEe
L I - Initieal Ex
1561.85 N

Righting Turning Moment per cable =

1106.97

Number of Cables =

6

All cables at the same height =

6641.83 J

Gap Between two concecutive stiffner weld points
Li

Checked By: Athula Haputantri

=

0.200

Distance Between two wave peaks

=

0.400

Height of Twr

=

40

No of segments for analysis

=

100

Total Rotation allowed

=

9.8

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Allowed Per Segment

=

0.098

a/Deg

=

89.951

b/Deg

=

90.049

Considering The Pipes Being tensioned
Tri Height X sec Area

t/(m)

L Ex

Peak Gap

1

Top Most

0.143

0.000412 0.000245

0.200

0.20000057

2

2nd Frm Top

0.211

0.000412 0.000361

0.200

0.20000094

3

3rd Frm Top

0.286

0.000690 0.000489

0.400

0.40000072

4

4th Frm Top

0.369

0.000690 0.000631

0.400

0.40000104

5

5th Frm Top

0.451

0.000690 0.000771

0.400

0.40000140

0

0

0.000

0.000000 0.000000

0

0

0.000

0.000000 0.000000

e/(m)

Axial Force Righting Moment
No of SegmentsTotal R Mom/(J)

1

Top Most

0.00000057

246

35

47

1640

2

2nd Frm Top

0.00000094

408

86

43

3656

3

3rd Frm Top

0.00000072

260

74

21

1578

4

4th Frm Top

0.00000104

375

139

21

2944

5

5th Frm Top

0.00000140

508

229

21

4866

0

0

0.00000000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.00000000

0

0

0

0
14683

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L Pipe Cen

0.05o

L com Stif
t

a

Li
q

L i/ 2

L ten Stif

Pipe Distance

q
q

Li2

=

L Ex 2

+

-

2 x L Ex x L i

L Ten Sitff 2

=

BS shafting

E

(L i/2) 2 +

=

Pipe Distance 2 - 2xPipe Disx(L i/2) 2

209.8 Gpa

Considering The Stiffner Being tensioned(Only one Side of Prism Considered)
Tensioned Stiffner

q/(m)

Pipe Dis Eff LeverageStiff X sec

Initial

1 Top Most

0.070

0.251

0.072

0.0001131

0.2698080

2 2nd Frm Top

0.103

0.369

0.105

0.0001131

0.3823721

3 3rd Frm Top

0.070

0.500

0.143

0.0002011

0.5389253

4 4th Frm Top

0.090

0.646

0.185

0.0002011

0.6758561

5 5th Frm Top

0.110

0.789

0.225

0.0002011

0.8139539

0

0

0.000

0.000

0.000

0

0.0000000

0

0

0.000

0.000

0.000

0

0.0000000

e/(m)

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Axial Force Righting Moment
No of SegmentsTotal R Mom/(J)

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1

Top Most

0.00011375

10003.16

716.39

47

33312.10

2

2nd Frm Top

0.00017409

10802.79

1139.42

43

48425.20

3

3rd Frm Top

0.00022711

17776.17

2542.35

21

54024.91

4

4th Frm Top

0.00030137

18809.84

3470.44

21

73746.75

5

5th Frm Top

0.00037377

19370.30

4367.75

21

92814.70

0

0

0.00000000

0.00

0.00

0

0.00

0

0

0.00000000

0.00

0.00

0

0.00
302,323.65

Total Of Righting Moments For 3m Lengths
Per 0.4 Segment

Max Turning Moment Allowed for 3m Section
=

25,923.60 J

Number of segments for 3 m Distance
=

3/0.4

=

7.5
For 3m Seg

Te'n R Mom/(J)Com/Pipe R Mom/(J)
Te'n R Mom/(J)Com/Pipe R Mom/(J)
Guy Wire

1

Top Most

2149.17

2184.43

16118.76

16383.22 3320.9148

2

2nd Frm Top

3418.25

3504.27

25636.87

26282.00

3

3rd Frm Top

7627.05

7701.31

57202.85

57759.81

4

4th Frm Top

10411.31

10549.84

78084.79

79123.77

5

5th Frm Top

13103.25

13332.22

98274.39

99991.67

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

Total R Mom/(J)

SF

1

Top Most

35822.89

1.38

2

2nd Frm Top

51918.87

2.00

3

3rd Frm Top

114962.66

4.43

4

4th Frm Top

157208.56

7.06

5

5th Frm Top

198266.06

8.65

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K.G.95 additional safety factor is given to check Yield failure Considering Bottom most section (5th From Top) Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha . Yielding Failure Yielding Failure in Compression According AISI standard 1.00 1 2 3 3rd Frm Top 4.06 0 1 5 5th Frm Top 8.G.65 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 .V.38 1 2 2 2nd Frm Top 2.( 577 ) Sections requireing Cyrups indicated as per the color code SF Stiff Presence ColorCode 1 Top Most 1.43 0 1 4 4th Frm Top 7.

966 N 67.69E+04 4.55E+03 1.( 578 ) Subjected load = 44.42 5 5th Frm Top 25.233 N 28.09E+04 4.21 Safe 4.097 N 47.48 Safe 10.00E+00 4.28E+05 3.00E+00 1.05 Safe 4.02E+03 8.57E+04 3 3rd Frm Top 0.10.Jayantha .877 N Area = 3 x Pipe Cress section area = s m2 1.39E+04 2 2nd Frm Top 0.36E+04 4.G.21 sy = 310 MPa s < sy MPa Therefore yielding does not occur with current parameters Table 11.62 4 4th Frm Top 86.53 Safe 15.405 N 20.G.32E+05 1.52E+03 4.05E+05 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.76 Safe 6.877 N 70.10 Table 9. Bending Moment Failure Analysis without Guy Wire Bending Moment/(J) Section Guy Wind Force Inclination Total BM Allowed 1 Top Most 0.K.552 N AISI Load = 86.24E-03 = PxA = 70.89 2 2nd Frm Top 59.81E+04 3.1.49 3 3rd Frm Top 82.00E+00 7.V. Yielding Failure in Compression Analysis Section AISI Load Yield/(MPa) Status SF 1 Top Most 35.

00 m2 0 Pa 0.76E+05 Section 1.55 4.00E+04 4.00E+00 0.29E+04 8.19 ms-1 95 Kmph 0 0 0.G.V.00 4.00E+00 0.31 m2 670 Pa 33.54E+05 0 0 0.K.95E+04 19.607.00E+00 0.00E+00 0.52E+03 1.Jayantha .00 2.00E+00 0.02E+03 2.94 m2 790 Pa 36.84 m2 584 Pa 31.32 2 2nd Frm Top 2.99 3 3rd Frm Top 6.39E+05 1.00E+00 0.00E+00 6.28 ms-1 108 Kmph 4 4th Frm Top 6.31 ms-1 84 Kmph 3 3rd Frm Top 5.89 m2 669 Pa 33.54E+04 5.66 5 5th Frm Top 9.19E+04 3.35 2.00E+00 2.06E+04 1.00E+00 0.30E+05 5 5th Frm Top 0.569.81E+05 2.38 ms-1 99 Kmph 5 5th Frm Top 7.40 0 0 0.00E+00 0.58E+04 Bending Moment/(J) Section Wind Force BM Allowed Inclination M Left for W H F Above Wind Force 1 Top Most 2.00 0.00E+00 0.63E+04 2.00E+00 0.58E+04 2.38E+05 1.00E+00 0.689.55E+03 5.G.99 m2 515 Pa 29.00 ms-1 0 Kmph 0 0 0.45 4.( 579 ) 4 4th Frm Top 0.00E+00 0.00 0.00E+00 0.58E+03 1.00 m2 0 Pa 0.00E+00 0.576.00E+00 0 0 0.84E+04 12.00E+00 0.84E+05 1.12E+03 8.60E+05 Area Abv Pressure Allowed Velocity FailureSpeeds 1 Top Most 4.41 ms-1 95 Kmph 2 2nd Frm Top 4.00 0 0 0.56 (Irection Means when no Guy wires) Critical case of tower under going maximum downward Calculation for Strength of Lifting Cable Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.07 4 4th Frm Top 7.69E+04 4.886.90 2.58E+03 7.37E+04 16.12E+03 2.00E+00 1.68E+05 1.00 ms-1 0 Kmph Note: Irection can be allowed if and only if wind speed is less than 83.

G.weight of bottom section = 31.485 N = 15.00113 m2 Shear Area For Both = 0.5 N = 1.485 3 Ton ` Diameter of the shaft = Shear Area = 0.70 E+08 (N/mm2) SF = 19.Jayantha .V.742.3 Bending failure of Guide Arms Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.4 E+07 N/m2 Bending Stress ( s ) = 270 N/mm2 Shear Strength = 2.45 10.G.( 580 ) Note : Critical case of tower being lift under 160 KMPH wind velocity while the guy wires fixed Load on Lifting cables = Load on one cable Compression force .038 m = 1.00227 m2 = F/A Stress Developed 38 mm 0.K.6 Ton Maximum allowed load per cable = 4 Ton Thus The system is stable for most Critical Case Calculation for Strength of tower lock Load on Tower Lock = 31.

Jayantha .088 5 1.30 m 0.100 0. Plates Top/Bottom Thickness.088 0.088 0.10 m 0.100 0.900.347 BM = E+05 N Ixs y Note: High tensile steel is used in order to reduce the weight of the arm and maximize the bending Str w it prevents bending Also Minimum cross section area is considered for critical Table 10.00226 0.088 2 0.100 0.G.100 0.100 0.088 6 1.100 0.088 0.00226 0.( 581 ) 1.10mm Thickness Height Thickness Width Material Mild Steel Tensile Stress = 523 N/mm2 Yield Strength = 335 N/mm2 Reaction Force 9.088 0.100 0.100 0.00226 0.088 0.90 m 0.088 1 0.00226 0.100 0.892 Bending Stress 3 E+08 Pa 270 N/mm2 Steel Density E+04 N 7.50 m 0. 7 Bending failure of Guide Arms Input Data Arm Length x from end X sec Area H h B b 0 0.100 0.K.088 0.100 0.V.100 0.088 3 0.5mm High tensile(Equivalent to 8.20 m 0.088 0.00 m 0.00226 0.00226 0.088 4 1.60 m 0.100 0.100 0.088 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.088 7 2.100 0.5mm MS Side Plate Thickness.80 m 0.G.00226 0.00226 0.088 0.100 0.00 Kg/m3 Sh stress for M/S 4 E+08 Pa 370 N/mm2 Allowed S Force 8.

100 0.83 E-06 0.100 0.40 m 0.00052 0.088 0.001200 SHS for Stiff 100x100x3 1.60 m 0.00226 0.83 E-06 0.100 0.Jayantha .00226 0.50 m 0.088 0.10 m 0.00226 0.088 17 5.088 9 2.40 m 0.088 0.G.100 0.088 0.088 0.100 0.00226 0.100 0.G.100 0.00226 0.00 m 0.00116 0.088 0.00 m 0.100 0.000516 Projected Area = Area/ Cos (Angle) Table 10.088 0.088 0.100 0.48 E-06 Approved By:Mr.088 12 3.100 0.088 10 3.088 14 4.00226 0.088 20 6.00226 0.34 E-06 1.100 0.088 16 4.088 18 5. 8 Inertia of Guide Arm with extra Box Stiffener Arm Length x from end Inertia Sys Inertia Arm Inertia Top Box Fixed HeightInertia Extra Stiff 0 0.088 Note: A Doublers plate and the pivot bush is playing the role in Increasing the cross section area of the arm nea M of Inertia Cross area Projected Area SHS Slant 100x100x3 1.100 0.00226 0.088 19 5.30 m 0.20 E-05 Design By : Aravinda Perera 0.100 0.90 m 0.00226 0.088 13 3.V.088 0.088 0.088 15 4.70 m 0.200 5.100 0.100 0.100 0.00226 0.00226 0.80 m 0.00 m Checked By: Athula Haputantri 2.100 0.00226 0.100 0.100 0.100 0.70 m 0.088 11 3.100 0.100 0.088 0.088 0.100 0.20 m 0.100 0.100 0.088 0.00226 0.( 582 ) 8 2.100 0.08 E-05 3.K.

34 E-06 6.55 E-04 0.34 E-06 3.34 E-06 1.70 m 6.395 1.85 E-04 0.96 E-04 3.915 2.11 E-04 1.36 E-04 3.8 .9 E+04 2.57 E-06 20 6.63 E-04 15 4.16 E-04 3.850 9.81 E-05 4 1.22 E-04 3.20 E-05 0.46 E-05 5 1.95 E-05 7 2.18 E-04 3.75 E-04 1.57 E-06 19 5.87 E-05 3 0.34 E-06 3.0 Deg Table 10.525 2.370 4.34 E-06 3.34 E-06 6.00 E+00 9.75 E-04 3.78 E-05 11 3.88 E-04 0.57 E-06 Angle between Two box bars 0.50 m 1.34 E-06 1.34 E-06 5.90 m 3.27 E-05 0.34 E-06 8.61 E-04 1.( 583 ) 1 0.57 E-06 17 5.57 E-06 9 2.34 E-06 2.26 E-04 3.58 E-05 6 1.34 E-06 2.240 4.00 5.14 E-04 1.40 m 1.110 1.30 m 3.40 m 5.35 E-05 3.80 m 4.30 5.34 E-06 2.57 E-06 18 5.71 E-04 3.V.34 E-06 5.83 E-04 3.12 E-04 3.980 4.29 E-04 0.69 E-04 3.57 E-06 16 4.34 E-06 2.305 4.67 E-04 3.11 E-05 0.34 E-06 1.46 E-05 2 0.51 E-04 0.34 E-06 4.48 E-04 3.460 1.79 E-05 12 3.10 m 5.79 E-05 10 3.90 E-05 3.34 E-06 2.35 Checked By: Athula Haputantri S Force Mx BM Allowed Bending 0.Bending failure of Guide Arms Data comparison Length x from end Wt/ (Kg) 0 0.90 E-05 3.58 E-05 8 2.43 E-05 14 4.50 m 4.35 1 0.47 E-05 3.60 m 2.70 m 2.G.00 m 6.70 E-04 1.655 1.20 m 5.82 E-04 3.20 m 3.34 E-06 4.Jayantha .K.175 4.60 m 6.435 4.63 E-04 3.265 1.590 5.17 E-04 0.34 E-06 1.785 2.97 E+04 4.28 E-04 1.34 E-06 1.80 m 1.G.63 E-04 1.11 E-05 0.10 m 1.00 m 3.500 4.18 E-04 1.21 E+05 Design By : Aravinda Perera Safe Approved By:Mr.90 m 3.045 4.04 E-04 0.27 E-05 0.25 14.330 2.19 E-04 3.57 E-06 13 3.720 4.30 m 2.

97 E+05 3.9 E+04 2.94 E+05 7.40 5.60 5.20 5.35 9.9 E+04 1. Arm will turn about Upper pivoting Point) No of Pivot Plates = Thickness = 0.46 E+05 4.21 E+05 Safe 5 1.9 E+04 8.90 E+04 3.35 9.020 m Weld Contact Lenth = 0.20 E+06 Safe 13 3.9 E+04 5.19 E+05 4.67 E+05 2.35 9.81 E+06 Safe 7 2.35 E+05 6.37 E+06 Safe 106.60 E+06 Safe 8 2.50 5.35 9.V.16 E+05 5.05 E+06 Safe 12 3.00 5.43 E+06 Safe 11 3.35 9.10 5.33 E+06 Safe 10 3.79 E+06 Safe 15 4.48 E+05 1.35 9.10 5.35 9.08 E+05 1.80 5.76 E+06 Safe 20 6.70 5.35 9.Jayantha .27 E+05 3.9 E+04 1.70 5.30 5.05 E+06 Safe 14 4.80 5.05 E+05 5.35 9.93 max Shearing Safe Arm Pivot Point failures(Strenth of pivoting Point is Neglected.35 9.86 E+05 4.G.35 9.004 m2 Distance Between Pivot Pts = 1.21 E+06 Safe 6 1.35 9.9 E+04 4.20 5.75 E+05 5.61 E+05 Safe 4 1.5 m Checked By: Athula Haputantri 2 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.98 E+05 Safe 3 0.17 E+06 Safe 19 5.07 E+06 Safe 17 5.35 9.90 5.50 5.56 E+06 Safe 16 4.60 E+06 Safe 18 5.35 9.100 m Area = 0.94 E+04 6.9 E+04 5.60 5.00 5.9 E+04 2.76 E+06 Safe 9 2.38 E+05 1.9 E+04 2.G.K.9 E+04 3.9 E+04 4.9 E+04 5.9 E+04 5.9 E+04 4.35 9.90 5.9 E+04 1.35 9.65 E+05 6.9 E+04 3.56 E+05 3.9 E+04 5.9 E+04 3.78 E+05 1.40 5.( 584 ) 2 0.9 E+04 2.35 9.35 9.35 9.

250 -18368 J 3240 Kg -31791 6.G.500 -206641 J Guy Top 8449 7.8 Bolts Stress developed = 8707903.K.100 59987 J Guy Mid 8272 7.00 N/mm2 S.V. Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .71 N/mm2 Allowed Tensile Stress = 348.000 57906 J Guy Bottom 7952 6.2 N/m2 = 8.G.900 54869 J Concrete Arm Compression -12769 Force At Pivot = -52247 J 34832 This can easily be Overcome by even only one of 8.( 585 ) Forces On Cantelevered Arm Weight Arm Wt Force Y Tr M 576 Kg -5652 3.F = 39.96 According to the Study The most Critical case is near the pivot center To increase the bending strength of the arm stiffeners are introduced at certain points of the arm.

50 m Area = Checked By: Athula Haputantri 30.351 Pa Design By : Aravinda Perera 0.G.Jayantha .030 MPa N/m2 Approved By:Mr.V. Calculation to find the bearing capacity depending on the soil condition As mentioned earlier in case of system falling about two arms The total weight can be considered to act on Just Two Arms Desiding On concrete Blocks at x tream Points Total Weight of System-Two Blocks = 13923 Kg Weight on One Arm = 14 Ton 14 Ton 2 LandingLegsCapacity = 7.25 m2 = Force X 1.G. 13 .K. Thus the Guide arm is Safe all critical cases considered.( 586 ) The Doublers plate and the pivot bush is playing the role in Increasing the cross section area of the arm near the pivot.0 Ton = 40 Ton Therefore the landing legs does not fail due to load Area of the shoe/Concrete Block Stress On Shoe = 1.50 m = 2.

K.026 MPa N/m2 25.0 Ton = 40 Ton Therefore the landing legs does not fail due to load Area of the shoe/Concrete Block Stress On Shoe = 1.( 587 ) = 30.25 m2 = Force X 1.50 m Area = = Allowed By site Soil Checked By: Athula Haputantri = 25.G.32 Desiding On Concrete Block Under the Twr Load = 11.991 Pa 0.50 m = 2.V.G.Jayantha .99 KN/m2 40 N/m2 Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.35 KN/m2 Allowed By site Soil = 40 N/m2 SF = 1.923 N 12 Ton = LandingLegsCapacity = 6.

V.G.337 Pa 0.50 m Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.36 m2 = Force X 0.54 Therefore the landing legs does not fail due to load Area of the shoe Stress On Shoe = 0.60 m Area = 19.Jayantha .K.60 m = 0.019 MPa Obviously the stress value Occurred at the shoe much lesser than Yield Stress if steel (355Mpa) Therefore the shoe of landing legs does not fail due to load 17 .( 588 ) SF = 1. Calculation for Dimensions of the Occupied Projected Land Area Length extended from front Bolster Checked By: Athula Haputantri = 1.G.

69 m 18 .000 Front Extention / (m) = 6. Finalized Parameter Values relevant to tower Models and Relevant Cases Front Extention Pivot / (m) = #REF! Rear Extension Pivot / (m) = 0.21 m = Width 90o to Center Line = = + #REF! #REF! 2 x (Width Side ways) 12.K.( 589 ) Max Length // to Center Line = Max(Y R LL .00 m Rear Extension / (m) = 0.G. Y Platform ) +Max(Front Side . CONCLUSION 1 ) According to the design calculation carried out throughout the study. It has been proven beyond doubt that the system isstable under the Strength limit status velocity or Survival Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.Jayantha .Y F LL ) 4.00 Deg #REF! 19 .00 m Front Extension Angle / (Deg) = 120 Deg Rear Extension Angle / (Deg) = 0 Deg Rented area length/(m) = Rented area width/(m) = 12.69 m Max Inclination/(Degrees) = 0.G.

Buckling and Yielding failure.V.( 590 ) Wind Velocity.Jayantha . 20 .K. 2 ) Therefore it is certain that the system is Stable for the Serviceability limit or Operational Wind Velocity.G. 7 ) The ground utilization has been optimized by the design. and proven safe. Tensile. REFERENCES AISI/EIA/TIA-222-G Standard Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr. 4 ) All failure tests are satisfied the AISI safety factor Requirements Under TIA .222 -G Standards 5 ) The design of the Tower Supporting Frame and the locking system confirm the rigidity of the tower relative to base frame. 6 ) Provided that the velocity is lower than the survival velocity the system is stable regardless of the direction of wind flow. (AISI Standard) 3 ) During the Calculation tower has been tested for Bending.G. Shear .

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V.( 598 ) d Extreme Point A Also ice loading Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .G.G.K.

V.02 m2 0.G.86 m2 0.02 m2 0.36 m2 0.08 m2 7.( 599 ) Area 4.K.68 m2 1.03 m2 0.09 m2 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.Jayantha .00 m2 0.

01 m2 0.18 m2 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.Jayantha .( 600 ) 0.V.G.01 m2 0.K.09 m2 0.G.15 m2 0.

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00 m 0.50 m 0.G.V.30 m 8.50 m 8.K.G.( 607 ) L Pipe 2.00 m Rad of Gyration 0.000614 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.50 m 8.50 m 8.Jayantha .40 m 9.

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G.55 3062.31 868.00 0.79 2320.55 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.V.G.06 3771.K.84 0.00 13976.( 610 ) al axis is found I Composite Wt x X 3953.Jayantha .

69 E+04 1.G.36 E+04 7.24 E+04 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.38 E+05 0.00 E+00 BM Total 1.20 E+05 -5.00 E+00 0.K.38 E+04 -6.V.( 611 ) Tr Mom Sec Bot/(Nm) 8.26 E+03 4.28 E+05 1.Jayantha .27 E+04 -1.G.81 E+05 2.

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G.( 613 ) Pipe Distance 2 L ten Stiff 2 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.V.K.Jayantha .

K.541 46.( 614 ) L Comp Stiff rpedicular Distance Total R Mom/(J) 68.V.729 0 0 215.692 40.Jayantha .G.612 Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.310 30.340 29.G.

G.088 X orientation of tower when irected Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.767 115.469 116.229 0 0 490.537 97.086 74.V.K.( 615 ) Total R Mom/(J) 86.Jayantha .G.

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V.( 617 ) 6480Kg 6480Kg 6480Kg 19440Kg entions therefore whole system is about two ground Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.K.Jayantha .G.

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( 620 ) 52629 0 9358 0 14836 2944 626280 190745 140424 0 1.04 E+06 Stability Circle Checked By: Athula Haputantri Design By : Aravinda Perera Approved By:Mr.G.G.V.K.Jayantha .

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RISA Basic wind Speed Structure Class Exposure Category Topographic Category Crest Height Deflections calculated using a wind speed of Tower sections Bolts Pressure calculated Guy Design SF Stress Ratio for twr Design Local bending stresses due to climbing loads. feedline supports appurtenance mounts Std MS Tower 177 II C 1 0 97 Welded ER-70S-6 electrodes Flanged Galvanised ASTM A123 and ASTM A153 A325 Galvanised TIA/EIA-222 at Each Section 1 1 Not considered Not considered Not considered .

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27 Kg 15.64 0.18 Kg 33.0041 m2 16 10mm Thk 75.78 Kg 294.27 Kg 1.0 Kg/m Side UB #REF! 51. Tower Frame Details Unit Wt/(Kg)Country Number 50mm Shaft 15.96 2.4.73 Kg 15.0110 m2 2 Other Loads Total Roof top Table 14.60 2.03 Kg 0.29 Kg 0.0126 m2 12 12mm Thk100.15 Kg 2.81 Kg 133.25 m 2 3" Box Bar 6.00 Kg 1355.90 m Tot Weight 18.2.87 m 2 8mm Thk Plate 62.91 Kg 167.52 m 2 3" Box Bar 6.80 Kg 40.69 m 4 3" Box Bar 6.92 Kg 10.18 Kg 0.69 Kg 2.25 2.39 Kg 1.00 m 0. Base Frame Details Type Size Unit Wt Main UB #REF! 51.10 m 1 2" Box Bar 4.30 m 1 3" Box Bar 6.22 Plate 0.80 Kg 3.80 Kg .29 Kg 8.02 m 2 4" Box bar 8.16 Plate 0.13 Kg 11.60 0.94 Kg 45.00 Kg Number 2 2 2 Tot Weight 612.0023 m2 8 20mm Thk162.58 Kg 10.40 1.22 Plate 0.65 Kg 240.06 Kg 0.0375 m2 4 12mm Thk100.34 Kg 4.22 Plate 0.00 Kg Country 6.00 m 6.0060 m2 4 12mm Thk100.00 Kg 91.64 m 2 3" Box Bar 6.Table 14.05 Kg 34.08 Kg 10.60 2.45 Kg 29.60 3.0 Kg/m Cross UB #REF! 51.70 Kg 39.86 Kg 51.0 Kg/m Other Weights Tot Weight 16.85 Plate 0.60 2.00 Kg 612.63 Kg 492.

Base Frame Details Type Size Unit Wt Main UB 200x150 51.83 Kg 289 Kg Semitrailer Table 14.000 #REF! Base Frame 0 Kg Axels #REF! Generator #REF! Other #REF! Tot Weight #REF! 288.90 m .00 m 6.4.0 Kg/m Side UB 200x151 51.00 m 0.Table 14.0 Kg/m Other Weights Twer SupSteel StrucPlates Other Accsesories Country 6. Structure Load Details 0.6.0 Kg/m Cross UB 200x150 51.

Number Tot Weight 2 612 Kg 2 612 Kg 2 92 Kg 800 Kg 700 Kg 2816 Kg .

Buckling slenderness ratio  Generic design for bases to be done Buckling load factor 1224 line Please submit your reports by 27th of Apri raida Thank you. Rented area y platform len? Please check the meeting minutes as at 2 in puts / out puts (Solid Works) Weight details common  Tensional members to be added for a Page reorganise  Aravinda (Tantri) to come up with des index?  Mr. Note: Strenth of the Guy wire doesn't act initially Check for Failiure occurencce deflection BR+ Amila . Jayantha requested calculations f eleminate frame wt  Design calculation for guy connection guy wire load percentage  Support reactions to be submitted.Deflection Update remove shelteer wind cal Box bar details Wind speed matrix (topography factor) Dear Aravinda.

eric design for bases to be done based on the soil bearing capacity of 40 kN/m2. OK practically check .Go to 1371 line for guy wire case Initial tension OK heck the meeting minutes as at 22nd of April. ubmit your reports by 27th of April as per the agreed target. sional members to be added for all the sections (Now it is applied for only 3 sections). port reactions to be submitted. 6m2 at the middle of each section (5 sections). inda (Tantri) to come up with design calculations to verify the torsion capacities prior/after new additions. gn calculation for guy connections should be provided for approval (fixing mechanism). Jayantha requested calculations for six scenarios as follows: 6m2 at top.

OK each section (5 sections). practically check OK .

23 Ton = 85.6 I beam Cross section x R1 R .6 Ton Gravitational Acc 9.900.0 Kg/m 132.75 Kg 85.812 m/s2 Analysis for Bending failure Section Moduli Steel Density 310 N/mm2 3 E+08 Pa 7.226 Ton = 42.600 m Length L tf tw Thickness t 0.0120 0.0060 2t 0.0240 W Unit length Weight Beam weight 51.716 J = Force on beam for the criticle case Total Load Load on One Beam 0.82 m = = = 836235.00 Kg/m3 Considering the critical situation arisen while lifting from lifting hooks 2.02 N 85225.6 Kg H tw tf Fig 3.Annex 2 For roof top Application. checking for bending failure and deflection of Base frame I Beam due to loads. Wind Force Truning Moment Gap between beams = 685712.613 Ton Number of points the beam is Suppoted from bottom Load on Beam = 2 42.2.

73 E-06 2.73 E-06 2.89 m 51.00 0.59 m 51.00 0.59 E-05 2.59 E-05 2.73 E-06 2.00466 13 0.16 E-08 1.200 0.200 0.150 0.00 0.59 E-05 2.00 0.63 m 51.00 0.16 E-08 1.73 E-06 2.200 0.150 0.7 Free body Diagram I Beam Shearing stress X sec Area Allowed Max S Force UDL of Beam Total weight 300 N/mm2 0.46 m 51.150 Moment of Inertia of the beam Section Ad2 MI Web MI Fla 2.200 0.150 0.00466 17 1.73 E-06 2.200 0.00466 20 1.16 E-08 1.59 E-05 2.150 0.150 0.59 E-05 2.00 0.200 0.73 E-06 2.73 E-06 2.37 m 1807.59 E-05 2.59 E-05 2.00466 16 1.73 E-06 2.150 0.59 E-05 2.56 m 1807.00 0.150 0.16 E-08 1.16 E-08 1.200 0.16 E-08 1.200 0.00466 6 0.59 E-05 2.00 0.00466 4 0.200 0.16 E-08 1.150 0.150 0.07 m 51.00 0.150 0.200 0.200 0.200 0.00466 7 0.73 E-06 2.00466 28 1.00 0.16 E-08 1.00466 2 0.00466 24 1.00466 10 0.16 E-08 1.00466 26 1.150 0.150 0.00 0.00466 H W 0.150 0.150 0.16 E-08 1.00 0.73 E-06 2.73 E-06 2.200 0.200 0.16 E-08 1.00 0.59 E-05 2.00 0.73 E-06 2.200 0.2 Beam Property input table X from end Seg Wt/ (Kg) XsecArea 0 0.00466 15 0.76 m 51.16 E-08 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.98 m 51.200 0.68 Kgs/m Table 3.200 0.16 E-08 1.150 0.59 E-05 2.200 0.59 E-05 2.73 E-06 2.00466 27 1.00 0.00 0.150 0.200 0.00 0.59 E-05 2.00466 23 1.30 m 1807.16 E-08 1.150 0.65 m 51.16 E-08 1.16 E-08 1.59 E-05 2.59 E-05 2.73 E-06 2.150 0.00 0.R1 Fig 3.59 E-05 2.16 E-08 1.59 E-05 2.04 m 51.397 E+06 N = On one Beam = No of Segments = Linear weight Intensity Per Segment = R2 214 Kg 107 Kg 40 2.0047 m3 1.00466 3 0.200 0.16 E-08 1.59 E-05 2.200 0.00 0.91 m 51.150 0.150 0.00466 22 1.16 E-08 1.200 0.52 m 51.16 E-08 1.59 E-05 2.82 m 51.73 E-06 2.72 m 51.20 m 51.59 E-05 2.150 0.59 E-05 2.200 0.73 E-06 2.11 m 51.59 E-05 2.00 0.00 0.16 E-08 1.73 E-06 2.59 E-05 2.200 0.00 0.00466 29 1.26 m 51.16 E-08 1.59 E-05 2.17 m 1807.00466 25 1.00 m 51.73 E-06 2.73 E-06 2.00466 11 0.16 E-08 1.73 E-06 2.150 0.200 0.150 0.16 E-08 1.4.00466 14 0.150 0.85 m 51.00466 18 1.200 0.59 E-05 2.73 E-06 2.16 E-08 1.73 E-06 2.200 0.2.33 m 51.150 0.150 0.00 0.73 E-06 2.00466 9 0.200 0.00466 19 1.73 E-06 2.00 0.150 0.13 m 51.00466 21 1.16 E-08 1.73 E-06 2.50 m 1807.24 m 1807.16 E-08 1.00 0.78 m 51.59 E-05 .2.73 E-06 2.00466 5 0.73 E-06 2.69 m 51.59 E-05 2.73 E-06 2.39 m 51.16 E-08 1.00 0.00466 12 0.59 E-05 2.200 0.73 E-06 2.00466 8 0.200 0.16 E-08 1.59 E-05 2.150 0.150 0.43 m 1807.59 E-05 2.00466 1 0.00 0.73 E-06 2.16 E-08 1.

26 m -22.150 0.194 2.73 2.194 2.77 1.040 107.16 2.319 107.194 23.39 m -31.00466 0.64 0.200 0.194 11.150 0.00466 0.00466 0.02 m -43.2.200 0.69 m -64.778 107.16 2.409 107.200 0.4.224 107.07 m -9.194 7.150 0.00 51.150 0.586 107.98 m -69.08 m -39.194 2.194 3.59 1.85 0.89 m -52.00 14332.194 1.194 1.73 2.00 51.314 107.150 0.194 1.16 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 E-08 1.21 m 2.55 1.15 m 2.200 Max 0.28 m 2.095 107.59 1.954 107.73 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 E-06 2.150 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 2.65 1.16 2.95 m -47.200 Table 3.200 0.00 m 0 0.194 3.24 m -81.00 51.00466 0.657 107.59 1.06 1.59 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 .59 1.194 3.150 0.568 107.73 2.194 2.16 2.95 m 2.005 107.00466 0.65 m -48.73 2.73 0.194 1.60 m 51.616 107.90 1.00 51.00466 0.169 107.194 2.00466 0.91 m -65.150 0.194 1.194 1.00 51.30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 1.00466 0.386 107.202 107.00 m -4.200 0.00 51.59 1.00466 0.00 51.194 1.00466 0.00 51.275 107.406 107.194 1.31 1.59 1.00 51.47 1.39 1.03 0.13 m -13.324 107.3 Bending moment at diastance x x Mx BM Allowed S Factor 0.933 107.194 1.16 2.88 0.00 0.00466 0.34 m 2.59 1.73 2.75 0.20 m -18.571 107.52 m -40.73 2.113 107.200 0.24 2.42 0.78 m -56.194 1.733 107.73 2.56 1.045 107.63 m -68.150 0.43 m -80.150 0.17 m -80.37 0.59 1.72 m -52.73 2.59 m -44.08 m 2.194 2.139 107.97 0.73 2.194 1.194 1.37 m -81.91 0.16 2.883 107.194 4.792 107.194 2.194 1.73 0.75 0.11 m -77.140 107.54 m 2.150 0.032 107.30 1.59 1.21 0.34 1.16 2.194 1.46 m -35.30 m -82.200 0.82 m -56.16 2.46 2.162 107.56 m -73.798 107.41 m 2.46 1.33 m -27.194 5.68 0.194 1.47 m 2.194 1.31 1.16 2.50 m -77.194 2.590 107.34 1.866 107.39 1.16 2.04 m -73.73 2.00 51.59 1.76 m -60.42 0.200 0.200 0.00 0.194 1.02 m 2.85 m -61.200 0.

241 1.11 m -61.396.67 1.396.428 -25.662 1.28 m 2.2.00 1.800 148.194 107.17 m -43.507 1.39 0.56 m 62.29 1.874 1.396.295 1.396.05 0.800 21.800 21.11 1.92 1.20 m -68.98 m -62.348 1.194 107.52 m -66.800 22.396.978 -21.800 31.800 20.40 0.396.194 107.800 31.63 100000.396.396.662 1.57 1.495 -16.85 1.29 1.156 1.424 -7.9 Bending moment diagram Table 3.396.10 0.800 19.980 1.194 107.24 m -26.609 1.59 m -65.241 1.800 21.04 m -62.39 m -67.800 10000.768 1.843 -30.21 m 2.396.82 m 64.396.396.31 8.76 m 64.188 1.25 0.800 20.07 m -70.13 4.295 1.396.44 1.48 1.00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Mx 0 -20000 Mx 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 -40000 -60000 -80000 -100000 Fig 3.396.800 20.13 m -69.43 m 27.89 m 65.15 m 2.396.396.85 m -63.800 22.00 0.194 107.22 0.800 21.94 0.800 21.55 1.194 3.91 m -63.800 21.188 1.454 1.401 1.396.72 m -64.977 -12.800 22.37 m 9.65 m -65.838 0 107.927 1.4 Shear Force at diastance x x SF SF Allowed S Factor 0.396.47 m 2.51 1.74 1.92 0.396.768 1.396.99 6.11 0.396.135 1.194 107.89 0.56 0.715 1.57 0.69 m 63.2.396.800 20.800 20.10 1.30 m -8.396.72 0.194 107.800 22.800 22.396.909 1.103 1.2.800 21.560 1.39 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 .54 m 2.26 m -68.41 m 2.396.800 53.350 1.46 m -66.800 10000.396.800 51.800 21.396.403 1.4.800 21.08 3.715 1.856 1.78 m -64.52 4.63 m 63.74 0.033 1.396.396.33 m -67.800 22.800 21.60 m -34.00 m -70.50 m 44.34 m 2.396.800 20.821 1.

000 -60.800 1.2.20 1.20 1.20 m 0.000 -40.11 m -0.50 m -0.05 5.17 m -0.00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe SF 80.20 S Factor 10000.20 0.20 1.396.800 1.94 315.21 m 2.396.396.396.41 m 2.20 1.800 1.000 60.56 20.56 m -0.24 m -0.33 m -0.22 21.54 m 2.4.02 5.26 m 0.03 5.43 m -0.20 1.65 104.800 1.37 m -0.66 469.20 0.20 0.78 m -0.000 0 -20.95 m 2.00 103.03 5.396.800 1.396.52 m -0.05 5.05 20.04 m -0.59 m -0.03 5.30 m -0.76 m -0.20 1.85 m -0.34 m 2.98 m -0.28 161.04 5.02 5.20 1.01 5.03 5.10 19.20 0.29 271.507 70.10 Shear Force diagram Table 3.15 m 2.94 19.000 40.56 122.560 0 1.02 m 2.72 m -0.20 1.05 5.28 m 2.20 0.20 0.800 1.396.74 110.26 212.80 10000.60 192.27 238.348 66.20 0.000 20.800 1.396.02 5.00 1859.34 130.05 5.91 m -0.20 1.01 5.00 5.927 68.44 376.20 0.01 5.033 70.20 1.07 175.800 1.20 0.05 5.20 1.454 68.39 m -0.32 932.05 5.40 20.874 67.000 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 Fig 3.20 0.396.55 10000.396.30 149.69 m -0.20 0.27 623.04 5.46 m -0.00 5.11 110.79 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 .04 5.2.04 5.821 66.396.01 5.43 106.60 m 65.02 5.401 67.25 20.47 m 2.1.000 -80.20 1.47 139.800 1.65 m -0.50 106.20 0.08 m 2.800 1. Deflection at diastance x x Deflection(mm)Allowed Def 0.05 5.800 21.63 m -0.980 69.88 116.72 20.5.89 20.

01 -0.00 m 0.54 m 2.79 195.20 5.02 m 2.20 5.20 5.1.03 -0.82 m 1.47 m 2.20 5.00 5.00 m 0.81 327.00 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe V/EI / (mm) 0.05 244.03 -0.20 5.20 5.20 5.02 -0.41 m 2.01 -0.89 m 1.55 10000.04 -0.60 m 0.02 -0.21 m 2.63 685.01 0.03 -0.20 5.95 m 2.20 5.020 mm -0.04 -0.03 -0.20 5.44 150.060 mm 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 Fig 3.000 mm -0.00 m -0.20 5.04 -0.39 140.2.55 123.04 -0.15 501.35 279.34 m 2.20 116.92 163.75 396.08 m 2.21 177.20 5.28 m 2.20 5.20 5.49 131.39 217.02 -0.02 -0.040 mm -0.20 5.11 Deflection diagram 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 .15 m 2.

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46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 .46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.ection I Comp/m4 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.46 E-05 3.

46 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 E-05 .46 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.46 3.3.46 3.

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69 Kg E = 210 Gpa L Extended = 1.3. Head Load = 3.39 E+04 Head Load Wt tb B Fig 9. State of tower under equilibrium just before Tilting A .94 N RB= 341.351.80 E-05 Max Bending Moment Allowed = 3.00 m I = 1.Speciman Calculation for the TOP Most section Analysis for bending of Cantilevered Beam.

x2 2 +c3.x +c3 EI V(x) = + c1.69 Kg V(0) 2 = 0 V(L) 2 = 0 Tangent V(0) 1 = 0 V(L) 1 = infinite = 0 V(L) = dB = 0 C4 = 0 = 0 C3 = 0 BM Deflection V(0) From eq'n 5 V(0) From eq'n 4 V(0) 1 .Fig 9.x2 2 +c2.3.x3 6 +c2.x 3 4 5 +c4 Boundry Conditions Sh Force V(0) 3 = RA V(L) 3 = = RB 341.x + c2 EI V(x) 1 = + c1. State of tower under equilibrium just before Tilting Differential Equations EI V(x) 4 = q = 0 1 EI V(x) 3 = V = + c1 2 EI V(x) 2 = c1.

L = .333 = 3430000 = 4 7373750 mm = 4 7.From eq'n 3 V(L) 2 = EI V(L) 2 = c1.c1.5 = 1971875 = 3943750 = 5 x 1403 / 12 = 1143333.10E+11 Pa (N/m2) Neutral Axis Moment of Inertia of the Flange For two flanges Moment of Inertia of web and Plates For three webs Total Moment of inertia of Lifting I beam = (75 x 53 )/12 + (75 x 5) x 72.69 Kg = 3.94 N + c1 = 2.351.37375E-06 m .L = RB c2 0 +c2 7 Form Equation 2 V(L) 3 EI V(L) 3 = 341.

352 0.03 3.20 16.25 21.352 0.01 3.352 0.x -3.66 13.14 3.184 3.00 3.33 m -0.03 m 0.351.32 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe .676 .x2 Deflection 3.39 10.352 0.352 0.06 3.48 m -0.28 m -0.351.352 0.50 13.11 3.94 .66 10.50 m -0.17 3.94 .352 0.x EI V(x) = 1.352 0.25 m -0.352 0.101 3.352 0.43 m -0.02 3.13 10.095 2.352 0.97 14.352 0.c1.27 12.352 0.937296 Sh Force EI V(x) 3 = + c1 = BM EI V(x) 2 = 3.514 2.38 m -0.15 3.57 11.18 3.352 0.13 3.07 13.45 m -0.933 2.41 19.10 m -0.94 +c3 Table 1 Deflection Parameter Table 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 X from end Deflection mm SF / N 0.682 2.351.30 m -0.10 3.352 0.00 3.598 2.760 1.09 3.352 0.017 2.35 m -0.352 0.07 3.268 3.08 3.61 18.01 3.351.20 m -0.94 .352 0.88 17.352 0.x2 2 +c2.346 2.00 3.844 1.02 3.L -3351.40 m -0.94 Tangent EI V(x) 1 = + c1.430 2.05 m 0.592 10.91 12.849 2.04 3.29 20.13 m -0.352 3.011 1.23 m -0.15 m -0.00 15.x3 -3.352 BM 3.25 11.765 2.18 m -0.95 11.352 0.c1 From 7 = c2 = c2 = 3.47 15.00 m 0.263 2.351.676 1.352 0.00 3.05 3.58 16.179 2.08 m 0.53 m -0.927 1.

352 3.00 28.32 27.04 10.83 m 0.31 -0.25 -0.78 m 0.52 405.352 3.20 -0.83 25.28 -0.82 40.000.500 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 .352 3.10 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 -0.3 Deflection Diagram Bending Moment Diagram 4.65 m 0.352 3.352 3.85 m 0.88 m 0.95 m 0.51 81.73 m 0.006 922 838 754 670 587 503 419 335 251 168 84 0 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Deflection /(mm) 0.352 3.352 3.00 m -0.00 50.30 -0.90 m 0.01 101.257 1.42 -0.352 3.16 33.21 -0.22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 0.352 3.352 3.98 m 1.34 -0.58 m 0.000 3.425 1.50 23.70 m 0.43 -0.352 3.75 36.00 1.30 -0.38 -0.93 m 0.80 m 0.50 Fig 3.55 m 0.089 1.44 3.352 3.37 -0.2.00 -0.500 3.63 m 0.352 3.352 3.352 22.41 -0.19 -0.75 m 0.27 -0.352 3.33 -0.86 67.39 -0.352 3.22 -0.50 45.93 31.68 m 0.173 1.63 57.352 3.341 1.26 135.24 -0.35 -0.352 3.60 m 0.01 202.40 -0.508 1.000 2.

500 3.000 500 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 Fig 3.000 2.500 2.500 1.000 3.2.500 1.2.5 Shear Force Diagram .000 2.3.000 1.000 1.4 Bending moment Diagram Shear Force Diagram /( N ) 4.000 500 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 Fig 3.500 2.

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23 N RB= 679.3.39 E+04 Head Load Wt tb B Fig 9. State of tower under equilibrium just before Tilting A .80 E-05 Max Bending Moment Allowed = 3.Speciman Calculation for the TOP Most section Analysis for bending of Cantilevered Beam.74 Kg E = 210 Gpa L Extended = 1.668.00 m I = 1. Head Load = 6.

x 3 4 5 +c4 Boundry Conditions Sh Force V(0) 3 = RA V(L) 3 = = RB 679.x +c3 EI V(x) = + c1.74 Kg V(0) 2 = 0 V(L) 2 = 0 Tangent V(0) 1 = 0 V(L) 1 = infinite = 0 V(L) = dB = 0 C4 = 0 = 0 C3 = 0 BM Deflection V(0) From eq'n 5 V(0) From eq'n 4 V(0) 1 . State of tower under equilibrium just before Tilting Differential Equations EI V(x) 4 = q = 0 1 EI V(x) 3 = V = + c1 2 EI V(x) 2 = c1.3.x3 6 +c2.x + c2 EI V(x) 1 = + c1.Fig 9.x2 2 +c3.x2 2 +c2.

5 = 1971875 = 3943750 = 5 x 1403 / 12 = 1143333.c1.74 Kg = 6.L = RB c2 0 +c2 7 Form Equation 2 V(L) 3 EI V(L) 3 = 679.L = .333 = 3430000 = 4 7373750 mm = 4 7.37375E-06 m .From eq'n 3 V(L) 2 = EI V(L) 2 = c1.668.23 N + c1 = 2.10E+11 Pa (N/m2) Neutral Axis Moment of Inertia of the Flange For two flanges Moment of Inertia of web and Plates For three webs Total Moment of inertia of Lifting I beam = (75 x 53 )/12 + (75 x 5) x 72.

06 6.03 6.668 0.13 m -0.668.54 7.668 0.82 5.25 9.38 m -0.c1 From 7 = c2 = c2 = 6.00 6.36 5.20 m -0.27 7.02 7.668.22 5.168 5.668 0.10 m -0.25 m -0.668.668 0.668 0.x EI V(x) = 3.668 0.23 .00 6.668 0.668 0.x2 Deflection 6.668 6.50 m -0.33 m -0.233235 Sh Force EI V(x) 3 = + c1 = BM EI V(x) 2 = 6.33 6.72 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe .c1.501 5.40 m -0.05 m 0.09 5.502 6.668 0.02 6.335 5.834 3.167 5.36 6.668 4.23 +c3 Table 1 Deflection Parameter Table 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 X from end Deflection mm SF / N 0.668 0.18 m -0.334 4.668 0.05 6.00 m 0.48 m -0.334 .668 0.335 6.x2 2 +c2.668 0.01 6.668 0.668 3.668 0.10 6.30 m -0.668 BM 6.668 0.30 6.20 6.70 10.28 m -0.x -6.168 6.18 6.35 m -0.48 8.66 5.501 3.668 0.03 m 0.001 3.53 m -0.15 m -0.668 5.36 6.25 6.334 3.668 0.04 6.668 0.001 4.835 5.00 6.16 6.834 4.83 8.23 .85 9.14 8.43 m -0.668.668 0.50 5.501 4.79 7.08 6.99 6.23 m -0.45 m -0.168 4.17 6.668 0.x3 -6.28 6.23 .668.12 6.13 6.23 Tangent EI V(x) 1 = + c1.57 6.08 m -0.001 5.23 6.L -6668.18 10.

000 6.83 m 0.47 -0.668 6.80 m 0.334 2.57 14.00 3.93 m 0.51 20.73 13.668 6.65 -0.56 -0.90 m 0.81 -0.60 -0.668 6.000.000 5.75 m 0.60 10.501 2.834 1.88 m 0.85 m 0.668 6.73 m 0.44 -0.668 6.00 m -0.668 6.667 2.668 6.09 33.63 m 0.167 2.93 40.66 16.668 6.668 6.73 -0.79 -0.95 m 0.31 11.86 -0.668 6.80 -1.97 18.000 7.22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 0.00 Fig 3.668 6.668 11.45 29.334 1.53 -0.668 6.668 6.62 -0.36 22.98 m 1.80 203.50 -0.58 m 0.42 -0.000 834 667 500 333 167 0 Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Deflection /(mm) 0.76 -0.2.71 -0.668 6.000 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 .72 50.59 -0.54 15.668 6.65 m 0.000 1.668 6.00 -0.667 1.87 101.500 1.20 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 -0.68 -0.668 6.39 -0.90 67.167 1.78 m 0.60 m 0.3 Deflection Diagram Bending Moment Diagram 8.68 m 0.70 m 0.55 m 0.40 -0.98 12.668 6.001 2.88 6.62 25.84 -0.834 2.

000 1.000 5.000 6.000 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 Fig 3.000 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 Fig 3.000 3.2.000 5.000 2.000 1.000 4.4 Bending moment Diagram Shear Force Diagram /( N ) 8.2.000 3.6.000 2.000 7.5 Shear Force Diagram .000 4.

00 .Max Min 0.88 Amax 0.00 -0.882 mm 2.

.

84E-06 7.66E-06 W H Neutral Axis tw tw tf .09E-06 5.5 6 7 8 5.98E-06 6.

00508 0.0334 0.010 .00069 Circumfrence Weld thickness 0.10 0.00069 0.10 0.006 0.010 0.00069 0.0750 0.14 0.010 0.010 0.00455 0.00455 0.14 0.0483 Thickness Area 0.00508 0.0483 0.00041 0.0483 0.010 0.00508 0.00508 0.Antena Frame Top Most 2nd Frm Top 3rd Frm Top 4th Frm Top 5th Frm Top D Out/(m) 0.0334 0.14 0.23 0.00041 0.00112 0.

Factor for Porocity

0.8

Throat Thickness Throat Area
0.004242641
0.007071068
0.007071068
0.007071068
0.007071068
0.007071068

0.000772635
0.000553139
0.000553139
0.000813225
0.000813225
0.000813225

SF No Gassete
Xtra Area Needed
Xtra W Len Web Plate Thk Nos
0.692404
1.341304
1.341304
1.178997
1.178997
1.178997

0.00034
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000

0.05721
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000
0.00000

0.012
0.012
0.012
0.012
0.012
0.012

4
16
16
16
16
16

Len of Tri
0.0023
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000
0.0000

Tri Angle
9
3
3
3
3
3

Triangles
9mm x 9 mm
3mm x 3 mm
3mm x 3 mm
3mm x 3 mm
3mm x 3 mm
3mm x 3 mm

A. 1 . Bending Strength Calculation for section number
i
A. 1 . 1,

1
=

1

Calculation for weight of tower Section
Relevent data taken from Table 03
Pipe Size (Di out)

=

#REF!

Unit weight( w pipe)

=

#REF!

Length of Pipe( L pipe)

=

#REF!

Number of Pipes (n pipes)

=

#REF!

Weight of Pipes (W pipes)

=
=

w pipe × L pipe × n pipes
#REF!

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Relevent data taken from Table 05
Stiffner Size (D stiff)

=

Unit weight( w stiff)

=

Length of Stiffners( L stiff)

=

6.00 m

Number of Stiffners (n stiff)

=

5.5

Weight of Stiffners (W stiff)

=

Total Weight of Section

(WtTr 1 )

0.012 m
0.89 Kg/m

w stiff × L stiff × n stiffs

=

29.304 Kg

=

W pipes + W stiff
#REF!

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A. 1 . 2,

Strength of sections under bending moment, wind force and Self weight with a q degree Inclination

A. 1 . 2.1,

Tower under the influence of wind thrust

o

A. 1 . 2.1.1, Calculation for Wind Pressure ( Ref Table 02 )
Wind velocity ( V )

=

Wind Pressure ( P )

=
=

56.12 ms-1

0.6 x V
1.889

2

E+03 Pa

Projected Area of the Tower Section
i) Pipes

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A pipe

=

Di out × L pipe × n pipes

=

#REF!

ii) Siffners
A stiff

=

Force Coefficient for Circular sections

A tot

1

D stiff × L stiff × n stiff

=

0.396 m2

=

0.5

=

(A pipe + A stiff) x Force Co Eff

=

Efeective area for section

(AISI Standered)

#REF!

1
A eff

1

=

Sum

A tot i

i=1

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=

4.309 m2

A. 1 . 2.1.2, Calculation for Wind Force
Wind Force

F wind

1

=
=

P × A eff 1
8.142

E+03 N

A. 1 . 2.1.3, Calculation for Bending moment due to wind thrust
Overlap of tower Sections (OLap)
Cen GR of Section (H 1 )

=
=

1.4 m
1
Sum

L pipe i - ( ( n-1) x OLap )

i=1

H1

=

34.65 m

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Bending moment (BM wind 1 )

A. 1 . 2.2,

=

F wind i × H i

=

8.142

=

2.821

E+03 x 34.65

E+05 N

Bending of tower due to q degree Inclination
o

A. 1 . 2.2.1, Calculation for Maximum Premisible Bending moment of a member
Here worst case of 5 degree is considered
q
=
5.0 Degrees
Height to Center Gravity of Section (H gr 1 )

=

33.05 m

Offset Due to Inclination( X offset 1 )

=

H gr i × Sin q

=

2.88 m

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1
Wt above section

Wt Abv

1

=

=
BM incli

Total bending Moment

BM Tot

1

1

Head Load +

Sum WtTr i
i=1

799.362 Kg

=

Wt Abv i × g × X offset i

=

2.259

=

BM wind i + BM incli i

=

3.047

E+04 J

E+05 J

A. 1 . 2.2.2, Calculation for Moment of Inertia of the composite section
R

1

=

#REF!

r

1

=

#REF!

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I

=

1

p(R4 - r4)
4

=

4.398

E-08 m4

Parelell axis theorem may be usd to find moment of inertia of the composite section about neutral axis
Sec height

h

=

#REF!

h1

=

2xh
3

h1

=

#REF!

h2

=

h
3

h2

=

#REF!

+R

+

R

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a

=
a

I

comp

p(R2 - r2)

=

p((0.024)2 - (0.019)2)

=

=

#REF!

( I + a x h12) + (2 x ( I + a x h22))
4

=

3.572

E-05 m4

A. 1 . 2.2.3, Calculation for Maximum Premisible Bending moment of a member

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Moment of Inertia

I Comp

1

s
Distance to extream Fibre

y

BM Allowable

=
=

1

=

1

=

1.741

E-05 N (ref Table 07)

310 N/mm2

3 E+08 Pa

0.1432 m

s × I Comp i
yi

A. 1 . 3,

=

3.769

E+04 J

=

BM Allowable i
BM Tot i

=

3.769

Calculation for the Safty factor of Tower section
S.F

E+04 J

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3.047
=

E+05 J
0.12
Safe

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sagging ok
Low bed
Cow two arms
grdu goose neck

Semi Trailer

Tower center position

0.3942
Height
Proj guy

FALSE

Tower Data
0
Parameter

GRDU

RDV

0

SMI TR TOW TR GRDU

RDV

0

SMI TR TOW TR GRDU

RDV

0

SMI TR TOW TR GRDU

RDV

SMI TR

1

6.00
2.30
Front Arm Pivot / (m)
0.03
Rear Arm Pivot / (m)
5.97
Guy angle with Y axis q / (Deg)
120
Projected Guy Wire Length / (m)
5.03
Front Arm / (m)
4.00
Front arm Angle / (Deg)
127
Rear Arm / (m)
2.48
Rear arm Angle / (Deg)
57
Rented area length (Y Axis)/(m)
8.92
Rented area width (X Axis)/(m)
8.71
Max Inclination/(Degrees)
1.5
Total System Weight / (Kg)
12582
Head Load / (Kg)
300
Cabin / (Kg)
3000
Tower weight / (Kg)
974
Concrete Weight / (Kg)
5060
Truck Weight / (Kg)
0
Skeltal Weight / (Kg)
0
Axels Weight / (Kg)
0
Generator Weight/ (Kg)
0
Wt of Accessories / (Kg)
400
Operational wind vel/(Kmph)
160
AISI Survival wind vel /(Kmph)
120
Tilted Height from Deck Level/ (m) 3.60
Chassie Length / (m)
Chassie Width / (m)

6.00
6.50
2.30
2.30
0.03
0.03
5.97
6.47
120
120
5.96
5.94
4.93
4.09
126
78
0.00
0.00
0
0
7.02
6.57
10.32 10.29
1.5
1.1
15874 14001
300
300
3000 3000
974
974
0
0
7,000
0
0
3,500
0
1,400
500
0
1,200
500
160
160
120
120
3.65
3.60

6.50
2.30
0.03
6.47
120
6.53
5.50
125
4.97
48
11.64
11.32
0.9
8998
300
3000
974
0
0
950
700
0
1,350
160
120
3.60

6.00
6.00
6.70
2.30
2.30
2.30
0.03
0.03
0.03
5.98
5.98
6.68
120
120
120
4.52
4.69
4.80
3.50
3.67
3.26
128
127
67
2.03
0.00
0.00
60
0
0
8.33
6.86
6.52
7.83
8.13
8.32
0.8
0.8
0.8
12317 15627 13734
300
300
300
3000 3000 3000
751
751
751
5060
0
0
0
7,000
0
0
0
3,000
0
0
1,400
0
500
500
0
1,200
500
160
160
160
120
120
120
3.60
3.65
3.60

6.50
2.30
0.03
6.48
120
5.53
4.50
126
4.50
50
10.71
9.58
0.6
8710
300
3000
751
0
0
1,000
700
0
500
160
120
3.60

6.00
6.00
6.70
2.30
2.30
2.30
0.03
0.03
0.03
5.98
5.98
6.68
120
120
120
4.02
3.96
4.31
3.00
2.95
3.46
129
129
48
1.76
0.00
0.00
64
0
0
7.85
6.84
6.48
6.96
6.86
7.47
1.0
1.0
1.1
12079 15402 13530
300
300
300
3000 3000 3000
547
547
547
5060
0
0
0
7,000
0
0
0
3,000
0
0
1,400
0
500
500
400
1,200
500
160
160
160
120
120
120
3.60
3.65
3.60

6.00
2.30
0.03
5.98
120
5.03
4.00
127
4.08
50
10.17
8.71
0.6
8465
300
3000
547
0
0
1,000
700
0
500
160
120
3.60

6.00
6.00
6.70
2.30
2.30
2.30
0.03
0.03
0.03
5.98
5.98
6.68
120
120
120
4.02
3.42
3.89
3.00
2.42
2.60
129
131
59
1.39
0.00
0.00
64
0
0
7.67
6.83
6.44
6.96
5.93
6.74
0.4
0.4
0.3
11859 15200 13326
300
300
300
3000 3000 3000
343
343
343
5060
0
0
0
7,000
0
0
0
3,000
0
0
1,400
0
500
500
400
1,200
500
160
160
160
120
120
120
3.60
3.65
3.60

Guyed
Non guyed
sand
no sand
fixed to ground
free to fall with sand

Backwards

YPlatform

b

Cabin Side

LR

X Platform
Side Ways

Tower side

YR Pivot

a

YCG

YF Pivot
LF
Foward

Fig 14.3. Guide arm Arrangement

768 Kg #REF! Do not Stand Underneath while tower irection is in progress .506 Kg 680 Kg #REF! 852.000 700 0 500 160 120 3.95 8.69 m 0.56 48 9.03 5.TOW TR 6.71 0.98 120 5.0 Degrees 20402.00 127 3.60 SEMI TRAILER Twr Catogory Height Catogory 5 4 Type Mis match 40 m #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! 12.30 0.00 2.03 4.3 8238 300 3000 343 0 0 1.

Notations and Symbols………………………………………………………………………………….TABLE OF CONTENTS 0 . 0 0 2 .. ANTENNAE DETAILS………………………………………………………………………………….. 0 0 6 . ABSTRACT…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 Calculation for antennae supporting frame Area…………………………………………………………………………… 0 4 .0 0 3 .. Wind Loads Analysis 0 0 9 . 0 0 8 . 0 0 7 .. Bending Strength Calculation 0 (729) Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri . STRUCTURE CLASSIFICATION………………………………………………………………………………….. DESIGN CONCEPT RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL LOADS……………………………………………………………………………… 0 0 5 . INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………………………. Material Used for Tower Section………………………………………………………………………………….. Tower Specifications………………………………………………………………………………….. 0 0 1 .

5. Wind Force Effect on Projected Area…………………………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9.. (730) 0 Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri .8 Bending failure of Guide Arms 0 11 .8.. Buckling Failure Analysis…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 Table 10. 0 Table9..1. 0 Table 9. Moment of inertia of the Composite sections…………………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9. Calculation for Buckling & Deflection 0 Calculation for buckling failure………………………………………………………………………………….2.Table 9.7..4. 0 Table 10. 0 Analysis For Guy wire behavior Under Loads 0 10.2. Buckling for bottom most sub section…………………… 0 Calculation for Lifting Cable strength………………………………………………………………………………..6.9.1. 0 Calculation for Deflection & Guy wire strenth………………………………………………………………………………. Tower Vertical Pipe Data…………………………………………………………………………………. Wind Velocity Variation with Height……………………………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9. Guy wire Data……………………………………………….2. Data of Stiffeners…………………………………………………………………………………. Section Wind force and Gravity centers………………………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9.. 0 Table 9. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Derived from Table 03……………………………………………………………… 0 Table 9. Bending Moment Failure Analysis………………………………………………………………………………… 0 10 ..3. Weight of Tower Sections…………………………………………………………………………………. Yielding Failure 0 Yielding Failure in Compression……………………………………………………………. 0 Table 10.

2.1.4.. Cabin Details 0 Table 14.. 0 Table 12. STABILITY CALCULATION………………………………………………………………………………….. Locating the center of Gravity 0 15 . Guide Arms 0 Table 14.5. 0 17 . Safety factor Calculation…………………………………………………………………………………. Load Details 0 Table 14. 0 16 .. Turning Moment Due to Wind Force & Inclination 0 Table 14.3.. Failure from the pivot…………………………………………………………………………………. Base Frame Details 0 Table 14.7. Failure of Landing Leg Sand Shoe………………………………………………………………………………….Table 11.6. Concrete Block Details 0 Table 14.8.. Tower Tensile failure of the pipe on the wind flow side 0 0 12 . 0 Table 14. Length Parameters of Guide Arms…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 0 14 .2.1. Analysis for Failure from the pivot 0 13 .1. Yielding Failure in Compression Analysis……………… Yielding Failure in Tention 0 0 Table 11. Tower Frame Details 0 Table 14. Calculation for Dimensions of the Rectangular Land Area…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 (731) Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri .

18 . Finalized Parameter Values relevent to tower Models and Relevent Cases 0 19 . 0 20 .. REFERENCES………………………………………………………………………………….. CONCLUSIONS…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 ANNEX: BENDING CALCULATION (EACH TOWER SECTION) 0 A1 Top Most Section 0 A2 2nd Section From Top #REF! A3 3rd Section From Top #REF! A4 4th Section From Top #REF! A5 5th Section From Top #REF! #REF! #REF! (732) Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri .

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Material Used for Tower Section…………………………………………………………………………………. DESIGN CONCEPT RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL LOADS……………………………………………………………………………… #REF! 5 . Wind Loads Analysis #REF! 9 .#REF! 3 .... #REF! 7 . ANTENNAE DETAILS…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 Calculation for antennae supporting frame Area…………………………………………………………………………… 0 4 . INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………………………. #REF! 2 . #REF! 8 . #REF! 1 .. STRUCTURE CLASSIFICATION…………………………………………………………………………………. ABSTRACT…………………………………………………………………………………. Notations and Symbols………………………………………………………………………………….. #REF! 6 . Tower Specifications…………………………………………………………………………………..TABLE OF CONTENTS 0 .. Bending Strength Calculation #REF! (795) Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri .

Data of Stiffeners…………………………………………………………………………………. #REF! Table 10. #REF! Analysis For Guy wire behavior Under Loads #REF! 10. Yielding Failure 0 Yielding Failure in Compression……………………………………………………………. Moment of inertia of the Composite sections…………………………………………………………………… #REF! Table 9. Tower Vertical Pipe Data Derived from Table 03……………………………………………………………… #REF! Table 9..8 Bending failure of Guide Arms 0 11 .3. Wind Velocity Variation with Height……………………………………………………………………………… #REF! Table 9. #REF! Table9. #REF! Calculation for Deflection & Guy wire strenth……………………………………………………………………………….8.2.9.2. Calculation for Buckling & Deflection #NAME? Calculation for buckling failure………………………………………………………………………………….. #REF! Table 9.. Guy wire Data………………………………………………. Buckling Failure Analysis………………………………………………………………………………….Table 9.2.1..6. Wind Force Effect on Projected Area…………………………………………………………………………… #REF! Table 9.. Weight of Tower Sections…………………………………………………………………………………. #REF! Table 9.7. Buckling for bottom most sub section…………………… #REF! Calculation for Lifting Cable strength……………………………………………………………………………….5. (796) #REF! Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri . Tower Vertical Pipe Data…………………………………………………………………………………. Section Wind force and Gravity centers………………………………………………………………………… #REF! Table 9..1. Bending Moment Failure Analysis………………………………………………………………………………… #REF! 10 . #REF! Table 10.4.. #REF! Table 10.

0 Table 14.2. 0 17 .3. Analysis for Failure from the pivot 0 13 ...6. Base Frame Details #REF! Table 14. STABILITY CALCULATION…………………………………………………………………………………. Tower Tensile failure of the pipe on the wind flow side 0 0 12 . Concrete Block Details #REF! Table 14. Guide Arms #REF! Table 14.1. Calculation for Dimensions of the Rectangular Land Area…………………………………………………………………………………. Cabin Details 0 Table 14.5. Load Details 0 Table 14..4.1. Failure from the pivot…………………………………………………………………………………. 0 Table 12. 0 (797) Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri ..Table 11.2. Length Parameters of Guide Arms…………………………………………………………………………………. Turning Moment Due to Wind Force & Inclination #REF! Table 14. Safety factor Calculation…………………………………………………………………………………. Tower Frame Details #REF! Table 14.. 0 0 14 . Yielding Failure in Compression Analysis……………… Yielding Failure in Tention #REF! #REF! Table 11. 0 16 .7.8.1. Locating the center of Gravity #REF! 15 .. Failure of Landing Leg Sand Shoe………………………………………………………………………………….

CONCLUSIONS…………………………………………………………………………………. REFERENCES………………………………………………………………………………….18 . Finalized Parameter Values relevent to tower Models and Relevent Cases 0 19 .. 0 20 . 0 ANNEX: BENDING CALCULATION (EACH TOWER SECTION) 0 A1 Top Most Section 0 A2 2nd Section From Top 0 A3 3rd Section From Top 0 A4 4th Section From Top 0 A5 5th Section From Top 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 #REF! 0 0 0 (798) Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri ..

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 #REF! 0 0 0 (799) Design By : Aravinda Perera Checked By: Athula Haputantri .

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Default #REF! 1.15 Twr Catogory Height Catogory 0.5 #REF! 1 4 120 #REF! #REF! #REF! L Rare@TWR Alpha@TWR L Front@TWR Guy Angle@TWR Guy Wire Len@TWR Y twr@TWR X Plat@TWR Y Plat@TWR .

5 4 5 R@TWR Y CG@TWR Y Piv Rear@TWR Y Piv Front@TWR Beta@TWR Ymax Len@TWR #REF! .Ymax@TWR HTwr@TWR TwrMod@TWR #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! 6.

3 343 6.90 20 6.0 2.3 974 6.70 15 6.0 2.3 1 974 3.9 2.0 2.0 2.30 30 6.3 547 2.00 30 3.3 1 343 6.Parameters of Tower Models year 2008 feb Guide Arm Weight Parameters Number of Sections Head Load / (Kg) Cabin / (Ton) Truck Load / (Ton) Base Frame / (Ton) Tr With Axles / (Ton) Concrete / (Ton) Accsesories / (Ton) Tower weight/ (Kg) Front Arm Length L / (m) Angle with Fornt Bolster a / (Deg) Rare Arm Length / (m) Angle with Rare Bolster / (Deg) Chassie Length / (m) Chassie Width / (m) Overall Height / (m) Operational wind vel/(Kmph) AISI Survival wind vel//(Kmph) 40m Gr 5 300 3 Rd 5 300 3 8 ST T TR 5 5 300 300 3 3 1 1 30m Gr 4 300 3 Rd 4 300 3 8 ST T TR 4 4 300 300 3 3 1 1 6 22m Gr 3 300 3 Rd 3 300 3 8 1 1 6 7 ST T TR 3 3 300 300 3 3 15m Gr 2 300 3 Rd 2 300 3 8 1 1 6 7 ST T TR 2 2 300 300 3 3 6 7 7 974 3.3 751 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.60 20 6.0 2.30 0 1.60 40 6.00 20 7.40 20 7.3 1 751 2.10 0 6.3 547 1.0 2.3 751 1.3 343 1.60 20 7.9 2.70 15 1.3 547 0.0 2.3 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 160 120 .60 20 2.00 30 6.75 0 6.0 2.3 343 7.75 0 0.9 2.70 30 2.30 0 6.30 30 4.9 2.00 30 6.0 2.3 974 5.3 1 547 1.3 751 4.60 40 6.

Guy Len L Front@Sketch1 alpha@Sketch1 Y Piv Front@Sketch1 Y CG@Sketch1 Y Plat@Sketch1 Guy Angle@Sketch1 Beta@Sketch1 X Plat@Sketch1 L rare@Sketch1 Y Twr@Sketch1 Y R Piv@Sketch1 R@Sketch1 .

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