Cranes : Design, Practice, and Maintenance
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Cranes : Design, Practice, and Maintenance
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Cranes: Design, Practice, and Maintenance

Author: Ing J. Verschoof (Author) | Size: 10.5 MB | Format: PDF | Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition |
Year: November 15, 2002 | pages: 328 | ISBN: 1860583733, 9781860583735

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This second edition of Cranes – Design, Practice, and Maintenance has been thoroughly updated. Many new photographs are included and the latest information on developments in equipment and crane technology has been added. The chapter on standards has also been revised to include a comprehensive guide to current legislation.

This unique book discusses and explains the technical issues and considerations in a practical way, offering a comprehensive review of the different types of cranes and their uses. Heavily illustrated with photographs and line drawings, this title continues to be of considerable interest to crane designers, crane manufacturers and
suppliers, crane users, project managers, health and safety specialists, and consultants involved in a wide range of industries.

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Cranes: Design, Practice and Maintenance, 2ed.

Author: Ing J. Verschoof | Size: 11.6 MB | Format: PDF | Publisher: Professional Engineering Publishing Limited | Year: 2002 | pages: 349 | ISBN: 1 86058 373 3

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This book looks at all types of cranes and deals with container and grab unloader cranes in some detail. The objective has been to give a general overview of this very wide subject and then to provide positive, practical guidance to anyone involved in the design, pecification, selection, or operation and maintenance of cranes. A crane is often a very large and complex piece of equipment and this book analyses many of the individual components and design features that can be found on a typical crane. Components such as brakes, wire ropes, electrical drive systems, automatic sensors, wheels, rails, buffers, cable reels, festoons, hoppers, overload preventers, and anticollision systems are discussed in some detail along with advantages and disadvantages of various component types. This book also shows how to correctly ‘size’ and calculate a number of these components. Furthermore, various design features and preferred solutions are discussed such as the effect of wind on cranes, design standards, welding methods, structural design and fatigue calculations and, finally, maintenance. Anyone involved in crane specification, selection, operation, and maintenance should find the level of detail invaluable when considering potential problem areas, especially some of the ‘rule of thumb’ recommendations. Crane manufacturers facing problems of detail design will find this book useful in understanding the overall background and environment in which cranes work.

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