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The cylindrical steel structures of transmission towers, which are the primary load-bearing components, are related to the stability of the main structures in terms of topological relation and performance.
In order to ensure the stability and safety of current structures used for energy transmission, periodic monitoring of a cylindrical steel structure is required.
While relative deformation analysis based on data collected at a single time has been examined, the majority of deformation analysis research is still concentrated on the process of discovering disparities in a structure’s condition by watching it at various times.
To fit the point clouds gathered all at once and determine the relative inclination of a cylindrical steel structure, the piecewise cylinder fitting method is provided.
The standard deviation is used as a measurement to assess how much the structure has deformed. On the basis of the piecewise cylinder fitting parameters, the inclination rate for each segment is compared to the usual method.
Real transmission tower point cloud data is used to confirm the authenticity and accuracy of the method.
The cylindrical steel tower is the most typical style of upper structure for wind energy converters. Due to their high manufacture and construction costs and certain transportation restrictions that prohibit them from reaching larger heights, research on the structural optimization of wind turbine towers is of major interest and significance
The Global Cylindrical Steel Tower Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
At its new facility in Pampa, northern Texas, US engineering company Keystone Tower Systems has begun commercial production of utility-scale spiral-welded towers.
Through the process of spiral welding, steel tower shells can be produced continuously by completing the joining, rolling, fitting, welding, and severing of a tower section on a single machine.
In comparison to conventional can-welded win turbine towers, Keystone claimed that the method should increase strength and save steel because it has been successfully used to produce cylindrical pipe and pilings.
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