Hello Friends. I have a question that may have to do with wind lift and other effects. I have two wooden poles set into the ground. Both poles are upright and has a height of H feet. The horizontal separation of these poles is S feet. Lets say I attach a rope in between these poles so that the ends of the rope are attached to the tops of the poles. This rope has a length of L feet and has a diameter of D feet. If I have a sustained wind pressure of W lbs/ft^2, how high will the rope swing? My work so far: Wind load on the rope = (Diameter of rope, in feet)*(Wind Pressure on a cylindrical surface, in lbs/ft^2) [lbs/foot] Total Force on rope = (Wind load on rope, lbs/foot)*(Length of rope, in feet) [lbs] Any help/direction on this problem would be greatly appreciated! Also any helpful internet links. Thank you.