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MSTOWER V 6 From Mahfuz
MS Tower is a specialised program for the structural analysis, checking, design and management of steel towers, masts and poles used in the communications, telecom, broadcasting and power transmission industries.
The program is flexible and is organised so that it can be integrated into a business's management system while being the backbone of the Structural Engineers department.
Features in the program enable the management side of the program to be web enabled so that aerials on structures and their properties may be examined on the web while structural and contract information is retained on the companies private network.
MS Tower contains options for defining the geometry, loading, analysis, graphical viewing of input, verifying input, graphical viewing of results, and member checking.
Loading may be computed in accordance with:
BS 8100:Part 1, 1986, (Amd 1, 2005)
BS 8100:Part 4, 1995, (Amd 1, 2003)
BS 6399:Part 2, 1997
CP3 Chapter 5
ILE TR7, 2000
EIA/TIA-222-G, 2005/7 + Addendum 1
AS 3995, 1994
Malaysian Electricity Supply Regulations, 1990
IS:875 (Indian Standard)
BNBC (Bangladesh National Building Code)
Earth Quake (Response spectrum Analysis)
Earth Quake (Lateral Acceleration)
Earth Quake (Equivalent lateral force method of EIA 222-G)
Member and bolt capacities may be checked against the requirements of:
BS 8100:Part 3, 1999, (Cor' 1, 2001)
EIA/TIA-222-G, 2005/7 + Addendum 1
ASCE Manual, 72
BS 5649 part 7
ILE TR7, 2000
BS5950 (Poles only)
BS 449 (No bolt checking)
AS 3995, 1994
IS:802 (Indian Standard)
Towers, which may be of three, four or multi sided, are assembled by combining a series of standard face, plan, hip and cross-arm panels. The tower profile is defined by giving the height of individual panels and the width at "bend" points. All other widths are obtained by interpolation. The range of standard panels is being regularly increased with over 200 different panel types available at present. Standard panels are parameterised so that the user may readily modify the configuration.
If a suitable standard panel is not available the system accepts "user-defined panels" (UDP's).
While these require more data than a standard panel, they allow the system to be used for virtually any tower configuration. A UDP may consist of anything from a few members that make up half a face panel to a full three-dimensional section of the tower.
The result of the tower building process is a complete MS Tower data file, Job.MST, where "Job" is the MS Tower job name.
The loading module of MS Tower computes loads due to self-weight, ice, and wind on the tower. As well as computing wind loads on the bare tower the program is able to take account of a wide range of ancillary items found on communication towers.
Ancillaries are classified into the following categories:
Large ancillaries, mounted out from the face of the tower and consisting of large dishes whose wind resistance is significant compared with that of the structural members of the tower.
Linear ancillaries, normally within the body of the tower and consisting of items such as ladders, feeders and wave-guides.
Face ancillaries, attached to the face of the tower and consisting of small items such as minor antennae, gusset plates and platforms.
Insulators, located between the segments of multi-segment guys.
Resistances, either additive or total, may be used to model the loading on sections of the tower. For example if a section of a tower is completely clad in panels, it may be more accurate to use an overall resistance for this section that to use a sum of the loads on individual panels and section of the tower.
Ancillary libraries containing data describing the physical and drag characteristics of a wide range of antennae types are provided with MS Tower. The libraries are plain text files and may be easily added to by users. For a dish antenna the library would typically include its diameter, mass, location of centre of gravity, surface area that may be coated with ice, and its projected area and drag coefficients for a range of angles of incidence.
Six aerodynamic coefficients are specified for each angle of incidence to enable antenna forces and moments to be computed automatically.
The use of ancillary libraries simplifies the preparation of the data needed to compute the loads on the tower. To fully describe an antenna its library reference, its location on the tower, and its bearing are required. MS Tower will extract all other data from the library, compute the forces acting on the antenna (dead load, ice-load, and wind loads) and transfer them into the tower as a set of statically equivalent forces.
To assist in checking of input data MS Tower displays the tower and all linear and large ancillaries. As well as the visual display, any ancillary may be queried by "picking" with the graphics cursor to obtain its identification, location, library reference, and other pertinent data.
Wind forces may be computed using either mean, fastest mile or gust wind velocity. In the former case, the member forces for wind load cases are increased after analysis using gust factors computed in accordance with BS 8100 or EIA-222. For masts, patch wind loading cases may be computed and combined in accordance with BS 8100:Part 4. Any wind profile can be specified.
The strength of members may be checked against the rules of the codes listed above, with the results available as a summary report giving the critical load case and condition or a larger detailed report suitable for checking the computations for each member. The results of the member check may be shown as a graphical display with the colour in which a member is displayed depending on its maximum load/capacity ratio.
Foundation reactions and ancillary rotations may also be reported for any probability.
3. run the exe file named "Mst6d" or "EX Mst6d" in the folder C:\MSTower-6-Demonstration\Program.
It dose not need cracking or installing..
It will show that its a demo but actually its a full version. Sincerely
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|Telecommunication Tower Modelling in MSTower||سعد الدين||كورسات برامج الهندسة||4||02-06-2016 01:37 AM|
|Bentley MSTower 06.20.01.09||سعد الدين||التطبيقات الهندسية||7||02-06-2016 01:13 AM|
|Bentley MSTower 06.20.01.11 build 27/08/2014||سعد الدين||التطبيقات الهندسية||1||06-04-2015 11:47 AM|
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