Need a little assistance, and yes I should know how to answer this but... The project is from an Oil and Gas system. Deadline anchor and load cell. a reel has wire rope on it that acts on an arm that puts pressure on a load cell. I'm trying to back calculate the force in lbs on the wire rope. The load cell is just a simple cylinder, where the cap area is 36.7 square inches. The output of the load cell goes to a hydraulic gauge and shows 50.6 PSI. The center of the force pulling on the wire rope below pushes on point 19 below. The load cell is located on the gap below and centered on point 19 If the cyclinder is pushing 50.6 psi (measured on a gauge at the output of the cylinder) the force of the arm acting on the cylinder is p=f/a or 50.6 = F/36.7 = 1858.8 lbs to determine the force pulling on the wire rope would by 1858.8 * 23.63 = 43923.4 lbs ? Correct? Or... is it 1858.8 * (23.63 + 14.75) = 70876 lbs? The wire rope is wrapped around the reel and secured at point 14 and does not slip. The reel does rotate and how the force acts on point 19. Correct?