Cold-Formed Angles for Transmission Towersby Edwin H. Gaylord, Univ of Illinois at, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Innovations in the Design of Electrical Transmission Structures
Abstract: Cold-formed members enable the engineer to design transmission towers that may be more cost-effective than those built with hot-rolled angles. Members can be designed to closely fit the design requirements. Recommendations for the design of cold-formed shapes for towers are presented. Test data provides verification.
Subject Headings: Power transmission towers | Structural design | Steel structures | Power transmission lines | Cold-formed steel | Power transmission | Financial management
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