Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 16

304-99-000-AMT-Td-0001 Rev.

FAST PLANETS CO LTD.,


ENGINEERING DESIGN CONSULTANT

ANALYSIS OF EXISTING
70.90m SELF-SUPPORT Non Standard TOWER
(*** PROJECT 2011)

Main Site No.: ZND999


Far End Site No.: 304-99-999
EXISTING + PROPOSED LOADING CONDITION
For
Basic Wind Speed @ 39m/s
&
Basic Wind Speed @ 35m/s

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE

PAGE No.

COVER PAGE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OBJECTIVES

INTRODUCTION

TOWER ANALYSIS

EXISTING STRUCTURE

LOAD CONDITIONS

MEMBER CAPACITY vs LOADS TABULATION

5-6

TOWER DEFLECTION CALCULATION RESULT

BOLT CAPACITY vs LOAD TABULATION

7-8

FOUNDATION ANALYSIS

ANCHOR BOLTS TENSION CAPACITY vs LOAD

BASE PLATE CAPACITY vs REQUIRED

CONCLUSION

TOWER CONFIGURATION

10

ATTACHMENT

11

Input/Output Data for Existing and New Loads ( 39m/s & 35m/s)
Load Calculation
Sample of Member Capacity Calculation
Dwg. No. 304-99-999-70.90m-STR-Td-0001 Rev A.
Dwg. No. 304-99-999-70.90m-ANT-Td-0001 Rev A.

12-78

Analyzed by:

Checked by:

Approved by:

______________
J.B.V.
Telecom Engr.

________________
JAH
Structural Engr.

____________________
A.A.A.
Projects Manager

Page 2

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
OBJECTIVES
To examine the existing tower using computer analysis to determine the following:
1. Structural integrity of the tower structure for reacting against the existing plus proposed new
antenna loading.
2. The structural stability (Twist and Sway) of the antenna with the worst loading condition.
3. The structural stability (Twist and Sway) at the top of the tower with existing plus proposed
additional MW antenna.
INTRODUCTION
The general scope of this report includes, but not limited to a description of the existing tower,
existing location and size of all antennas and associated transmission lines and the complete analysis
of this structure under the loading conditions given by the client. The analysis is prepared by
following the relevant guidelines and standards presented in TIA/EIA-222-F Structural Standards
for Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna Supporting Structures.
TOWER ANALYSIS
The analysis of the tower associated with this *** PROJECT 2011 was performed using Weismans
GUYMAST computer program with sub-program named MAST. Tower is treated as a space truss
by the software for the calculation of member forces and mast displacements. Computer input and
partial output printouts are included in this report.
MAST, is a sub-program in the GUYMAST software inventory that is used for analysis of selfsupporting tower structure. The program calculates the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Maximum Mast displacement (Tilt and Twist)


Maximum Antenna rotations (Tilt and Twist)
Maximum tension in Mast members
Maximum compression in Mast members
Maximum individual foundation loads
Maximum total loads on foundation

EXISTING STRUCTURE
Page 3

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
The tower under consideration for this analysis is a 70.90m tall, square self-support structure. It is
comprised of A, V & X braced panels tapering from a base width of 7.30m to 1.70m at the top
of the structure. The entire structure is constructed with steel angles for legs and bracings and the
legs are assumed to be of high strength steel with a yield strength of 345 mPa, whereas bracings are
assumed to be of Mild steel with yield strength of 248 mPa. All bolts are ASTM A325 and vary in
size and number depending on the location on the tower.
LOAD CONDITIONS
This analysis report considers the tower existing loading condition (i.e. existing antennas, TX lines
and other appurtenances), plus the proposed additional antenna loading, lines and other
appurtenances for *** Project 2011. The tower has been analyzed under the following climatic
conditions and design standards as per clients requirement.
Analysis 1:
1.

Basic Design/Analysis Wind Speed m/s (160km/hr) gusted.

39.0 m/s (140 km/hr), which is equivalent to 45

2.

Basic Operational Wind Speed


m/s (120km/hr) gusted.

28.0 m/s (101 km/hr), which is equivalent to 33

3
4.

No ice loading to be considered


TIA/EIA-222-F Structural Standards for Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna Supporting
Structures.
Analysis 2:
1.

Basic Design/Analysis Wind Speed m/s (144km/hr) gusted.

35.0 m/s (126 km/hr), which is equivalent to 40

2.

Basic Operational Wind Speed


m/s (120km/hr) gusted.

28.0 m/s (101 km/hr), which is equivalent to 33

3.

No ice loading to be considered

4.

TIA/EIA-222-F Structural Standards for Steel Antenna Towers and Antenna Supporting
Structures.

For the rectangular cross-section tower, the wind loading has been applied to all directions from 0 to
360 degrees with a 45 degrees directional increment to determine the worst loading condition.

RESULT OF LEG MEMBER CAPACITY vs LOADS


Elev.

Member
Description

Member Size

Slenderness
Ratio
Page 4

Member
Capacity

Member
Force

Stress
Ratio

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
(m)

(mm)

(KL/r)

(kN)

0.00-12.00

LEG1

@ 39m/s
L150X150X18.0
35.97

12.00-18.50

LEG2

L150X150X12.0

29.77

867.63

18.50-39.40

LEG3

L150X150X12.0

32.42

853.17

39.40-45.80

LEG4

L140X140X13.0

20.54

901.40

45.80-52.60

LEG5

L130X130X9.0

14.42

600.58

52.60-59.40

LEG6

L120X120X10.0

23.43

590.61

59.40-70.90

LEG7

340.55

0.00-12.00

LEG1

L100X100X8.0
51.49
@ 35m/s
L150X150X18.0
35.97

1231.40

12.00-18.50

LEG2

L150X150X12.0

29.77

867.63

18.50-39.40

LEG3

L150X150X12.0

32.42

853.17

39.40-45.80

LEG4

L140X140X13.0

20.54

901.40

45.80-52.60

LEG5

L130X130X9.0

14.42

600.58

52.60-59.40

LEG6

L120X120X10.0

23.43

590.61

59.40-70.90

LEG7

L100X100X8.0

51.49

340.55

1231.40

(kN)

RESULT OF DIAGONAL MEMBER CAPACITY vs LOADS


Elev.

Member
Description

(m)

0.00-4.90
4.90-12.00
12.00-18.50
18.50-24.60
24.60-45.80
45.80-52.60
52.60-70.90

DIAG1
DIAG2
DIAG3
DIAG4
DIAG5
DIAG6
DIAG7

0.00-4.90
4.90-12.00
12.00-18.50
18.50-24.60
24.60-45.80
45.80-52.60
52.60-70.90

DIAG1
DIAG2
DIAG3
DIAG4
DIAG5
DIAG6
DIAG7

Member Size

Slenderness
Ratio

Member
Capacity

Member
Force

(mm)

(KL/r)

(kN)

(kN)

59.61
89.34
61.58
83.63
69.94
54.06
107.69

304.54
180.43
192.88
146.97
109.41
94.95
52.25

59.61
89.34
61.58
83.63
69.94
54.06
107.69

304.54
180.43
192.88
146.97
109.41
94.95
52.25

L110X110X9.0
L90X90X8.0
L80X80X8.0
L80X80X7.0
L75X75X5.0
L60X60X5.0
L50X50X5.0
@ 35m/s
L110X110X9.0
L90X90X8.0
L80X80X8.0
L80X80X7.0
L75X75X5.0
L60X60X5.0
L50X50X5.0

Page 5

Stress
Ratio

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A

RESULTS OF HORIZONTAL MEMBER CAPACITY vs LOAD


Elev.

Member
Description

(m)

0.00-4.90
4.90-8.50
12.00-15.30
18.50-21.50
24.60-30.50

HOR1
HOR2
HOR3
HOR4
HOR6

32.40-34.50
36.50-38.00
39.40-41.20
42.00-45.80
45.80-47.90
47.90-51.70
52.60-53.50
54.30-55.40
56.40-57.10
59.40-61.00
64.00-65.80
67.80-70.90

HOR7
HOR8
HOR9
HOR10
HOR11
HOR12
HOR13
HOR14
HOR15
HOR16
H0R17
HOR18

0.00-4.90
4.90-8.50
12.00-15.30
18.50-21.50
24.60-30.50
32.40-34.50
36.50-38.00
39.40-41.20
42.00-45.80
45.80-47.90
47.90-51.70
52.60-53.50

HOR1
HOR2
HOR3
HOR4
HOR6
HOR7
HOR8
HOR9
HOR10
HOR11
HOR12
HOR13

Member Size

Slenderness
Ratio

Member
Capacity

Member
Force

Stress
Ratio

(mm)

(KL/r)

(kN)

(kN)

(kN)

108.38
129.31
131.68
124.18
87.72

229.22
123.01
73.62
82.70
182.58

118.18
104.17
100.32
116.54
102.30
138.10
85.38
83.07
66.33
130.35
114.06
74.23

55.65
106.36
110.58
46.98
160.01
66.94
126.04
128.30
212.00
38.33
48.48
201.64

108.38
129.31
131.68
124.18
87.72
118.18
104.17
100.32
116.54
102.30
138.10
85.38

229.22
123.01
73.62
82.70
182.58
55.65
106.36
110.58
46.98
160.01
66.94
126.04

@ 39m/s
L110X110X10
L80X80X10
L70X70X7.0
L70X70X7.0
C100X9.0
L60X60X5.0
L70X70X7.0
L70X70X7.0
L50X50X5.0
C100X9.0
L70X70X7.0
L70X70X7.0
L70X70X7.0
C100X9.0
L50X50X5.0
L50X50X5.0
C100X9.0
@ 35m/s
L110X110X10
L80X80X10
L70X70X7.0
L70X70X7.0
C100X9.0
L60X60X5.0
L70X70X7.0
L70X70X7.0
L50X50X5.0
C100X9.0
L70X70X7.0
L70X70X7.0

Page 6

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
54.30-55.40
56.40-57.10
59.40-61.00
64.00-65.80
67.80-70.90

HOR14
HOR15
HOR16
H0R17
HOR18

L70X70X7.0
C100X9.0
L50X50X5.0
L50X50X5.0
C100X9.0

83.07
66.33
130.35
114.06
74.23

128.30
212.00
38.33
48.48
201.64

TOWER DEFLECTION CALCULATION


Basic wind speed @ 39m/s:
The maximum calculated tower tilt/twist at basic wind speed of 39m/s is 0.778. Therefore, the
maximum calculated tilt/twist at a basic operational wind speed of 28m/s is:
(28/39) (0.778)

0.401 < Allowable 0.50 tilt / twist

OK!

RESULTS OF LEG BOLT CAPACITY vs LOAD

Elevation

(m)

Bolt
Nominal No. of Member Single
Bolt Size Bolts Thickness Shear
Capacity
(mm)

(mm)

0.00-12.00
12.00-39.40
39.40-45.80
45.80-52.60
52.60-59.40
59.40-70.90

16
16
16
16
16
16

16
16
12
8
8
6

18
12
13
9
10
8

0.00-12.00
12.00-39.40
39.40-45.80
45.80-52.60
52.60-59.40
59.40-70.90

16
16
16
16
16
16

16
16
12
8
8
6

18
12
13
9
10
8

Bolt
Single
Connection
Bearing
Capacity
Capacity
(kN)

@ 39m/s
92.49
182.80
92.49
121.92
92.49
132.08
92.49
91.44
92.49
101.60
92.49
81.28
@ 35m/s
92.49
182.80
92.49
121.92
92.49
132.08
92.49
91.44
92.49
101.60
92.49
81.28

RESULTS OF DIAGONAL BOLT CAPACITY vs LOAD

Page 7

(kN)

1479.82
1479.82
1109.86
731.52
554.93
487.68
1479.82
1479.82
1109.86
731.52
554.93
487.68

Member
Force
(kN)

Ratio

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A

Elevation
(m)

Single
No.
Bolt
Nominal of
Member
Bolt Single
Bearing Connection
Bolt Size Bolts Thickness Shear Capacity Capacity Capacity
(mm)

(mm)

0.00-4.90
4.90-12.00
12.00-18.50
18.50-24.60
24.60-45.80
45.80-52.60
52.60-70.90

12
12
12
12
12
12
12

2
2
2
2
2
1
1

9
8
8
7
5
5
5

0.00-4.90
4.90-12.00
12.00-18.50
18.50-24.60
24.60-45.80
45.80-52.60
52.60-70.90

12
12
12
12
12
12
12

2
2
2
2
2
1
1

9
8
8
7
5
5
5

(kN)

@ 39m/s
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02
@ 35m/s
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02
52.02

(kN)

(kN)

68.58
60.96
60.96
53.34
38.10
38.10
38.10

104.05
104.05
104.05
104.05
76.20
38.10
38.10

68.58
60.96
60.96
53.34
38.10
38.10
38.10

104.05
104.05
104.05
104.05
76.20
38.10
38.10

Member
Force

Ratio

(kN)

RESULTS OF HORIZONTAL BOLT CAPACITY vs LOAD

Elevation
(m)

Nominal No. of Member


Bolt Size Bolts Thickness
(mm)

Bolt
Single Shear
Capacity

Single
Bolt
Bearing Connection
Capacity Capacity

(mm)

(kN)

(kN)

(kN)

76.20

52.02

76.20

26.01

0.00-4.90

12

10

@ 39m/s
26.10

4.90-45.80

16

10

26.10
Page 8

Member
Force
(kN)

Ratio

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
@ 35m/s
0.00-4.90

12

10

26.10

76.20

52.02

4.90-45.80

16

10

26.10

76.20

26.01

FOUNDATION ANALYSIS
Max Total Foundation
Loads
Accum
OTM
Shear
(kN.m)
(kN)

Max Individual Foundation Loads


Design

Leg
Comp
(kN)

Leg Uplift
(kN)

Leg
Shear
(kN)

Percentage Increase in Foundation


Loads
Leg
Comp %

Leg
Uplift %

Leg Shear
%

@ 39m/s
Existing
New

@ 35m/s
Existing
New

Foundation loads due to the addition of new MW antenna are greater than the existing condition by
0.525% for the Basic wind speed of 39m/s. However by considering a 35m/s of wind speed base on
above table the existing load capacity is greater than 0.434% as against the new imposed load.

ANCHOR BOLTS TENSION CAPACITY vs LOAD


Nominal
Bolt Size

No. of
Bolts

(mm)

Single Bolt
Tension
Capacity

Total
Tension
Capacity

Uplift
Force

(kN)

(Kn)

(kN)

@ 39m/s
38

303.77

2430.20
@ 35m/s

38

303.77

2430.20

Page 9

Ratio

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
BASE PLATE CAPACITY vs REQUIRED
Base Plate
Dimension

Base Plate Actual


Thickness

Yield
Strength

Compression
Force

Required
Base Plate
Thickness

(mm)

(mm)

(Mpa)

(kN)

(mm)

500x500

50

500x500

50

Ratio

@ 39m/s
248
@ 35m/s
248

CONCLUSION
Provided in this package is the essential information about the tower as analyzed for the basic wind
speeds of 39m/s & 35m/s for the addition 2 new MW antenna at Site no. 304-99-999 The data
provided includes maximum leg, diagonal & horizontal member compression against its allowable
value, also maximum individual foundation loads for the new and existing loading.
The tower does meet the basic wind speed of 39m/s & 35 m/s with existing and new loading
condition as the leg member force and diagonal member forces at some elevation along the
tower IS LESSER THAN the member capacities including BOLT & BASE PLATE Usage
Criteria as shown in the respective Bolt Capacity & Base Plate Thickness vs Actual loads.
Also the tower (top mast) meets the allowable 0.5 deflection for both the Basic wind speed of
39m/s & 35m/s, as required by the clients project technical requirement for tower
displacement.
Page 10

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A
On the foundation base on the analysis of 39m/s of wind speed the imposed load has exceeded a
0.525% as against the existing capacity which is ACCEPTABLE to consider, however by
considering on the analysis of 35m/s of wind speed base on the table above the existing capacity is
greater than 0.430% as against the new load imposed thus, an indication of large safety margin.
The result of the analysis above indicates that the existing 70.90m high self-support Non
Standard tower can safely support the existing and new loading condition for the basic wind
speed of 39m/s and of 35 m/s.

Page 11

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A

TOWER CONFIGURATION

Page 12

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A

ATTACHMENT:
Computer Input & Output
Page 13

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A

WIND SPEED OF 39 M/S

Page 14

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A

WIND SPEED OF 39 M/S

Page 15

304-99-999-***-Td-0001 Rev. A

Page 16