1967-02-01

Guide Posts for Design of Filament Wound Booms for Aerial Devices 670134

Filament wound glass-epoxy aerial booms are used as cantilever structural electrical insulators on mobile aerial manlifts. The effects of working loads, cycling, field wear and tear, environment, and electrical requirements must be considered in the design to assure units of long useful life. Filament wound glass-epoxy booms with oriented glass fibers are lightweight, extremely strong, corrosion resistant, and good electrical insulators, all of which are desirable for the application.

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