RCS tower crane electrical control cabinet

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RCS tower crane electronic control cabinet is a tower crane hoist electrical control system solution independently designed and developed bu our company on the basis of advanced tower crane control technologies.It has such charcteristic as high working rate, good speed regulation performance, smooth working, high efficiency and so on. The system contains cabinets A,L and HF.Cabinet A is responsible for providing power for each mechanism of the tower crane and controlling & protecting travelling mechanism; cabinet L takes charge of control and safety protection of hoisting mechanism; cabinet HF is in charge of control control and protection of slewing mechansim luffing mechanism.

Temperature range:-20°C~+40°C

Humidity:lower than 85% RH(no moisture condensation)

Attitude:the altitude of intallation location shall not be higher than 1000m.

Power grid quality: the voltage fluctuation range shall not exceed 10% of the rated voltage.

Power capacity shall be guaranteed fully.

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Q:How does a crane make work easier? ( In the scientific way, Force x Distance... you know)?
The type of crane she is referring to ia a simple pole with a fulcrum placed between the person operating the crane, and the mass to be lifted. Imagine a weightless pole with a rope tied to one end attached to a mass of weight 224 lbs The pole is 9 feet long Let's say the human weighs 112 lbs, or half of what is to be lifted. Without a crane, it will be difficult to lift that much and swing it around. With the crane, though, let's look at the advantage when a fulcrum is placed under the pole and the person pushes down on the pole to lift the weight. First, note that gravity is in favor of the person to use their weight on the pole. Using physics, with the fulcrum place at x from the mass to be lifted, the downward force of the person is F*(9-x)=224*x or F=224*x/(9-x) now plug in some values for x and compute the force: x F 4.5 224 3.5 143 2.5 86 1.5 45 0.5 13 I started by placing the fulcrum exactly in the middle and then moving the fulcrum in increments of 1 foot closer to the weight to be lifted Notice that the more pole towards the person pressing down, the less force the person has to apply to lift the weight. Also, note that when the fulcrum is in the middle, the person must apply a downward force equal to the weight - which willl be difficult foir a person that weighs 112lbs. However, once the fulcrum is placed 2.5 ft from the weight, the person only need apply 86 lbs of downward pressure. Leverage. j
Q:How do you make one of those paper cranes?
Here are some links to pages that show you how to make the crane. You might also like to look for some general Origami pages, they will help you understand the directions if you run into a problem. Sometimes in origami you need to make a fold and then unfold it - the crease that was created by the un-fold will be used later - the instructions for this type of fold can be confusing. The first link is a step by step instruction site for the crane - very good illustrations with instructions accompanying each photo - it spans multiple pages so you need to click the next button at the bottom of the page as you finish each set of instructions. The second link is a full view of drawings of each fold on one single page - the instructions aren't as detailed, but it does give you the opportunity to see how each fold is supposed to look in one view. The third link is a link to a japanese site that explains the significance and history of the crane and what it means - it's very interesting. Good luck.
dude they aren't even harmful... they wont die by tommorrow but they'll move eventually so you could smack them then
Q:In designing an overhead travelling crane what are the engineering limits on lift capacity .?
is the 60 is the traveling distance or the span? if it is the span then this no way can be achieved or found, also 2500 tons is not logic for a single lift, you need to verify the design requirements. Usually crane span is related to structural frame spans, the lift has to be a practical one, which ranges from 1 ton to a 250 tons which is again very rare, majority traveling cranes are from 1 ton to 25 tons
Q:What type of lever would a tower crane be?
The crane is balanced, with a fulcum somewhere between the ends. On one end, you have counter weight sometimes can be moved. On the end, you usually have the crane part, which can be trolleyed from the end toward the fulcum. If my memory serves me. a wheel barrow is a type 2, because the fulcum is on the end and the load is toward the middle. So this leaves you with a type 1 or 3. Try searching using the key word group lever type fulcum and I'll bet you get your answer.
Q:Is Fireplace Crane a modern term for the swing-out metal arms that hang over a fireplace..?
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Q:Can the attached arm of the tower crane be welded?
The attached arm of a tower crane can not be welded and can only be bolted.Adhesion calculation of tower craneTower crane attachment (anchor) device structure, internal force and installation requirements in the use of narrative instructions so in the tower crane installation and use, the use of units can be executed according to the requirements, do not need to calculate, only when the tower crane installation position to the building from the over manual provisions, to increase attached rod (Zhi Chenggan) two, spacing or attached rod connected with a building when changing to attached calculation.
Q:Thousand Cranes by Yasunari Kawabata?
It's been a while, but I believe the story is about a young girl who gets cancer, and sets about making 1,000 paper cranes for good luck, but she never made to completion. Just google to find info, or see if you can download the book.
Q:What are the qualifications for site installation and acceptance of tower cranes and construction lifts?
and their own preparation program, the use of side with security records, often do this, all know!
Q:What makes a crane so strong?
Cranes are built using a structural technique called a truss which is characterized by looking like a series of triangles connected together. That structure prevents the members from having to resist any bending loads. All of the truss members experience only tension and compression, no bending. That is an extremely efficient structure which is why they can be so strong without being monstrously heavy. Or if you prefer the short answer, engineers make the crane so strong.

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