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straight pole light

straight pole light

(OP)

hello
can anybody tell me how i can calculate the force to straight light pole after welding if the diameter of pole is 200mm and the power of piston

RE: straight pole light

First of all your question doesn't make any sense and second of all you haven't provided enough information.

RE: straight pole light

(OP)
Mrs kiwitom 235

i need to straight light pole after welding process because the pole after welding become a deflection ( banana effect )(no straight)then i need to determine the force to return the pole straight by hydraulic press .
the pole have curricular cross section with diameter 200mm and 5mm thickness and material is A36 steel. and length the pole is 12 m

RE: straight pole light

use welding on the other side to correct the distorsion

RE: straight pole light

In other words...

The pole has a bunch of thermal stress and he wants to know how big his press needs to be to make the pole straight...

It's 12 mtrs long...it wont need much

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