CSA S37 01 PDF

Find the most up-to-date version of CSA S37 at Engineering regulations is not relieved by compliance with this Standard. Status: Withdrawn. SDO: CSA. Language: English. Publish date: Supersedes: S to the Canadian Standards Association CSA-S Appendix M (CSA, ), the tower performance level and the seismicity of the site determine the.

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S Antennas, Towers, and Antenna-Supporting. Antennas, Towers, and Antenna-Supporting Structures — originally published May e t n i t s e u a Revisions issued: Single user license only. Storage, distribution or use on network prohibited.

This Appendix is not a mandatory part of this Standard. There is currently no published standard for fabrication tolerances of tubular pole-type structures.

It has i d r e xsa left to the purchaser to negotiate these requirements with the fabricator. There is a need to provide t n i t s some guidelines for these negotiations. This Appendix sets out some of the critical values that apply to e u a e these structures.


Pole Sections n o i t u b The values for pole sections are i r t s i d a a length: Slip Joints s r u e t The values for slip joints are a s i l i t u ‘ a inside diameter of outside section: Assembled Poles n o e s The values for assembled poles are: Poles with slip fit splices are susceptible to creep or shortening at the joints due to self-weight and load effects.

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For other n i w t s e u properties and greater dsa, see also Adluri and Madugula a. Geometric Properties a s i l i t u ‘ l The important geometric properties of the Schifflerized angle section are given below. Details of u o n derivation are available in Adluri and Madugula b.

It now consists of the following pages: In this case, the projected areas of the cs a d a d d t. Drag factors for these d n e antennas shall be based on published data.