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 Status: Withdrawn.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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Commentary on CSA Standard S, Antennas, Towers and Antenna-Supporting Structures
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: This Appendix is not a mandatory part of this Standard.
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Antennas, Towers, and Antenna-Supporting Structures.
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There is a need to provide t n i t s some guidelines for these negotiations. It covers the structural design, fabrication, and erection of new structures, and the modification of existing structures.
This Appendix sets out some of the critical values that apply to e u a e these structures. Drag factors for these d n e antennas shall be based on published data. The authors grant permission to individuals to download or print copies of these documents and to reproduce excerpts from them for any purpose that respects the moral rights of the authors, provided that the source is fully acknowledged.
In such cases, the design should be prepared by an engineer qualified in the specific method and knowledgeable about the materials to be used, and should provide a level of safety and performance that is not less than that implicit in this Standard. Comment on draft standards. The Commentary sets out the background of CSA Standard S, with the reasons and sources of data for its clauses, so that users may better understand the intent and background of the requirements; those that are self-explanatory, or are covered by other standards, have been left without comment.
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Poles with slip fit splices are susceptible to creep or shortening at the joints due to self-weight and load effects. In such cases, appropriate engineering principles providing a level of reliability at least equivalent to that provided by this Standard should be applied.
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Although published with the approval of CSA, CSA accepts no responsibility for any statements, formulas, instructions or opinions expressed in these documents and consequently accepts no liability for any damages that may result from their use. Learning resources Learn more about standardization and the Standards Council of Canada. Influence national and international standards development by commenting on draft standards online. Pole Sections n o i t u b The values for pole sections are i r t s i d a a length: Details of u o n derivation are available in Adluri and Madugula b.
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Skip to main content Skip to footer. For other n i w t s e u properties and greater detail, see also Adluri and Madugula a. There is currently no published standard for fabrication tolerances of tubular pole-type structures.
Geometric Properties a s i l i t u ‘ l The important geometric properties of the Schifflerized angle section are given below. Single user license only. These three long time members of the Technical Committee for CSA Standard S37 have put this Commentary together to provide essential background information and explanations for many clauses in this Standard.
It has i d r e been left to the purchaser to negotiate these requirements with the fabricator. Assembled Poles n o e s The values for assembled poles are: Antennas, Towers, and Antenna-Supporting Structures — originally published May e t n i t csx e u a Revisions issued: S Antennas, Towers, and Antenna-Supporting.