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Mark -

Is it guaranteed to stay a clothing rack, or might it end up
like the closets in my back room:  hanging climbing rope,
lifting/tow chains, tool belts, etc?

If it's just dry clothes, figure the weight of cotton canvas is
about 14 oz/sq yd.  A pair of denim jeans is probably around
8-10 oz/sq yd and occupies maybe an inch of rod length.  For a fat
guy like me, that makes a pair of jeans about 1.5-2.5 lbf if it's
dry.  If it's wet, then the numbers probably go up to something
like 4-5 lbf/inch.

Just a hunch, no prior knowledge or references.

Charley

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Charles Hamilton, PhD EIT               PGR and Lecturer
Department of Civil and                 Phone: 949.824.3752
    Environmental Engineering           FAX:   949.824.2117
University of California, Irvine        Email: chamilto(--nospam--at)uci.edu




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