TNX on the art of tower design

Why tower design should be “as simple as it can be but no simpler”

Read this article to learn:

  • How TNX calculates whether tower structures can withstand additional loads
  • How to create different load cases so the same tower can support one, two or more tenants
  • How to analyse and manage tower reinforcement schemes
  • The critical role of tower mapping in tower capacity evaluation
  • How advanced TNX algorithms help maximise tower capacity by reducing wind loading to the full extent permitted by the design standard

Tower Numerics (TNX) is the developer of industry standard software for tower analysis and design. Their software is built from the ground up for the tower industry, and has been proven and refined over twelve years. The program started as ERI Tower, when it was written by the industry pioneer Dan Horn in response to…

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