You may use the calcuator below to calculate the force on a deviation anchor. You will need to input values for the deviation angle as depicted in the image, and the weight of the load.
You may use the calculator below to calculate the line lengths and tensions on the anchors in a two point system. You will need to input values for the horizontal and vertical distances between the anchors and
You may use the calculator below to calculate the force on each anchor in a highline set up. You will need to input values for the span, sag as depicted in the image, as well as the
Tuomas Pöysti, a good friend of RopeLab, has written this article presenting his thoughts on analysing pulley systems.
Most people now acknowledge that perfectly equalised anchors are virtually impossible to achieve, especially once a system is subjected to any significant loading. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not