2010

Method for Attaining an Extreme Cantilever

A company needs to extend horizontally the loose end of a small coil of lightweight stored material without external support; essentially, achieving a cantilever supported only at one beam end. Material, beam cross-section, and beam structure are on the table, but the solution must meet strict criteria in terms of size, weight, cost, and coilability. Exotic materials or difficult-to-manufacture options may be non-starters because of costs.

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