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ASCE MOP 91

Design of Guyed Electrical Transmission Structures

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Organization: ASCE
Publication Date: 1 January 1997
Status: active
Page Count: 96
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Guyed structures are commonly used to support electric transmission lines. They generally have the advantage of lightweight, erection ease, pre-assembly, and simple foundation design. There is a considerable range of applications, from simple guyed wood poles to the very large guyed steel latticed structures. This guide was prepared to supplement the various ASCE and IEEE guides for the design of electrical transmission structures. This publication describes the various types of guyed structures that have been used; presents typical guys and fittings; illustrates guy anchors and foundations; explores analysis and design techniques specific to guyed structures; discusses unique construction and maintenance problems; and displays both hand and computer calculations to illustrate some of the concepts discussed in the document.

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ASCE MOP 91
January 1, 1997
Design of Guyed Electrical Transmission Structures
Guyed structures are commonly used to support electric transmission lines. They generally have the advantage of lightweight, erection ease, pre-assembly, and simple foundation design. There is a...

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