A new way to calculate for chain lengths with maximal dynamic forces at electric chain hoists

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Abstract

This paper provides a simple and validated method to calculate for
resonant chain lengths analytically, which are leading to resonance
phenomena at single-fall chain hoists. So called polygon-effect-induced
oscillations cause additional dynamic loads at about 40%. They lead to
unsafe oparational conditions and reduce chain and chain hoists lifetime
dramatically. For the calculation stiffnesses and oscillating masses of
mounting devices (crane beams) and liftin
g gears are considered as well
as the dominating parameters chain stiffness and lifting mass. By
measurement validated simulation results of various chain hoist
configurations are regressed in a sizing calculation scheme that is solvable
by the simple use of a pocket calcul
ator or a convenient calculation
program. Furthermore a PC-Software-Tool is introduced to analyze this
problem comfortably.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the XIX International Triennial Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics MHCL'09
Place of PublicationBelgrad
Publisher.
Pages79-84
Volume19
ISBN (Print)978-86-7083-672-3
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventInternational Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics - Belgrad, Serbia
Duration: 15 Oct 200916 Oct 2009

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics
CountrySerbia
CityBelgrad
Period15/10/0916/10/09

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Hoists
Chain length
Pocket calculators
Stiffness
Cranes
Dynamic loads
Mountings
Gears

Keywords

  • Chain Hoist
  • polygon effect
  • round link chain

Treatment code (Nähere Zuordnung)

  • Theoretical

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Landschützer, C. (2009). A new way to calculate for chain lengths with maximal dynamic forces at electric chain hoists. In Proceedings of the XIX International Triennial Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics MHCL'09 (Vol. 19, pp. 79-84). Belgrad: ..

A new way to calculate for chain lengths with maximal dynamic forces at electric chain hoists. / Landschützer, Christian.

Proceedings of the XIX International Triennial Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics MHCL'09. Vol. 19 Belgrad : ., 2009. p. 79-84.

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Landschützer, C 2009, A new way to calculate for chain lengths with maximal dynamic forces at electric chain hoists. in Proceedings of the XIX International Triennial Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics MHCL'09. vol. 19, ., Belgrad, pp. 79-84, International Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics, Belgrad, Serbia, 15/10/09.
Landschützer C. A new way to calculate for chain lengths with maximal dynamic forces at electric chain hoists. In Proceedings of the XIX International Triennial Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics MHCL'09. Vol. 19. Belgrad: . 2009. p. 79-84
Landschützer, Christian. / A new way to calculate for chain lengths with maximal dynamic forces at electric chain hoists. Proceedings of the XIX International Triennial Conference on Material Handling, Constructions and Logistics MHCL'09. Vol. 19 Belgrad : ., 2009. pp. 79-84
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