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- From: Robert Rollo <rrollo(--nospam--at)TEAM-PSC.com>
- Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 11:27:04 -0500
seems like the navy did a study and design guide back around 1903 ?
as far as i know, all flagpole mfrs still use that criteria.
i would love to hear from others though . . .
r o b e r t d. r o l l o
Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc.
4222 85th st
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From: Dave Adams [SMTP:davea(--nospam--at)laneengineers.com]
Sent: Monday, May 08, 2000 10:49 AM
Subject: Windload on Flags
I am looking for a reference that quantifies the amount of wind that a flag
will actually transfer to it's supporting structure. Seems like there may
be a lot of variables involved. Is there a publication that details the
results of wind tunnel tests or the like?
Any information would be helpful.
Thanks in advance,
Dave K. Adams, S.E.
Lane Engineers, Inc.
FAX: (559) 688-8893
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