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Analysis for Reflector Aluminum Mesh Panels of Five-Hundred Meter Aperture Spherical Telescope*

  • Li Guoqiang (a1), Shen Liyuan (a1), Luo Yongfeng (a1), Deng Changgen (a1) and He Yamei (a1)...

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In this paper, an analysis of the aluminum reflector mesh panels for the Five-hundred meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) is described. The study concentrates on one element of the reflector surface with the shape of a triangle. For the analysis, the panel is modelled as a mesh of cables so that it can be treated as continuous. It is demonstrated that the results so obtained are reasonable.

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This paper is subsidized by the FAST Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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Guo, Lin: 1987, Mathematical Method of Engineering, Published by the Press of Mechanical Industry, 1st edition in February, 1987.
Guoqiang, Li and Yongfeng, Luo: The Φ500 M Giant Spherical Telescope and its Key points of Structure, Communication Material of FAST.
Shizhao, Shen, et al.: 1997, Design of Cable Structure, Published by the Press of Chinese Architectural Industry, 1st edition in August, 1997.
Yuhai, Qiu: 1998, The Giant Spherical Radio Telescope with The Main Active Reflecting Surface, Study of Astrophysics 18(2), 222227.

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Analysis for Reflector Aluminum Mesh Panels of Five-Hundred Meter Aperture Spherical Telescope*

  • Li Guoqiang (a1), Shen Liyuan (a1), Luo Yongfeng (a1), Deng Changgen (a1) and He Yamei (a1)...

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