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Single Footing Design - Telecom, Transmission & Guyed Tower & Pole - TIA 222F & ACI

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Its a Excel Sheet for Single Footing Design for Telecomm, Transmission & Guyed Tower
& Pole according TIA 222F & ACI. Prepared by Engr Jemi Astimo (Tower design Engineer
in Indonesia, Good designer). Slight modification has been made afterwards.

Here Geotechnical Design of Footing has been considered mainly. Not structural Design, as Single footing of Telecomm tower/Pole is designed considering upward force and sliding force,
rather than traditional downward force.

Excel sheet or computer program is not always available for single footing design is placed
considering uplift and shliding force.

If you have time then review and post comment. Everyone will be helped.

Anyway, Structural Design of footing is normal. Though attaching another excel sheet
for footing structural design by daniel T Li. U can se that Excel sheet made by Daniel T Li
is not all time fit for all types of footing, specially footing with uplift force and sliding.
Daniel T Li didn't made any check for uplift force and sliding.. Another excel file has
been added to remove excel cell password. One Prokon Single footing file has been
added... which will show same result as well with the excel sheet.



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mahfuzbangla :

Would you please let me know what the conventional way is to strengthen the tower foundation in Asia to resist the uplift?

We deal with telecommunication tower always with the additional antennas adding onto the existing tower structure.

Regards
provide counter weight for uplift / tilt problems.
I believe generally to resist uplift the simplest manner in which to accomplish this is simply to provide additional weight on top of existing footings and provide more resistance.

Alternatively deepening i would assume.

Regards
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ps:including 4 files
1)Password_To_Unprotect_Excel_Sheet.xla
2)Single Footing Design - Telecomm, Transmission & Guyed Tower & Pole - TIA 222F & ACI.xls
3)Single Footing Prokon - 03-03-10.C15.txt
4)Single Footing Structural Design - Daniel T Li - Unlocked.xls

Regards.
Compilation of Footing Design Spreadsheets:

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