Structural Analysis of the Haystack Antenna
The Haystack Antenna is a fully steerable parabolic antenna 120 ft in diameter. The surface of this antenna must remain within ± 0.075 in. of a true paraboloid. A summary is presented...

Discussion of " Structural Analysis of the Haystack Antenna by William R. Fanning"

Structure Designs Governed by Limited Deformations
Structures governed by distortion design criteria usually support radio telescopes, antennas, and other electronic tracking, observation, and measuring devices. Because measuring and observation...

Dynamics of A Large Streerable Radio Telescope Antenna
An analytical model having a moderate number of degrees of freedom was formulated in order to represent approximately the dynamic behavior of a large steerable radio telescope antenna...

Wind-Induced Vibrations in Antenna Members
Results of wind-tunnel tests of wind-induced vibrations in circular aluminum tubular members of large radar antenna space frames; curve for von Karman lift coefficient and semi-empirical...

Discussion of " Wind-Induced Vibrations in Antenna Members by William Weaver Jr."

Closure to "Wind-Induced Vibrations in Antenna Members by William Weaver Jr."

Wind-Induced Vibrations in Antenna Members
Results of wind-tunnel tests of wind-induced vibrations in circular aluminum tubular members of large radar antenna space frames; curve for von Karman lift coefficient and semi-empirical...

Geodetic Control for Tropospheric Scatter Antennas
Precision aiming method for antennas of wide-band high-power forward tropospheric scatter radio system, which was constructed to provide additional public overseas telephone service and...

 

 

 

 

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