Schoner Brand Topless Tower Crane SLP5510

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Specification of  SLP5510

Jib Length: 55m

Tip load:1.0ton

Max Load:6ton

Free standing height:  36m (1.2X1.2X3m mast section)

Hoisting Mechanism: QTJ6.80A


Slewing: HR55.13.157

Container loading for free standing height:4X40HQ

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Q:White Crane Karate?
Same thing. White Crane in Japan is Karate. In China Kung Fu. Some variation in style though not a lot. One of the 5 animal styles.
Q:A crane lifts a load of 3000 kg to a height of 8.5 meters in 15 seconds?
evaluate the equation P = W/t the place W = F x d (F = tension (load) d = distance moved interior the path of tension, W = artwork carried out/ability transferred, P = ability, t = time) a million) if P = W/t then t = W/P yet W = F x d so t = F x d/P F = 6N d = 2m P = 3W t = 6 x 2/ 3 t = 4s 2) returned P = W/t = F x d/t so d = Pt/F d = 12W x 5s/ 6N d = 10m
Q:On the wing chun T-shirts they got i print of a crane and a snake what do they mean and the yin and yang?
Wing Chun was developed from the five Shaolin animal styles, tiger, snake, crane, panther and monkey. The popular (incorrect) belief is that the style contains more of the crane and snake styles than of the other animal styles, hence why it is sometimes referred to as a crane and snake style. The crane, in the Shaolin system, is evasive, protective and gentle, using flowing techniques that redirect the attacker's energy, rather than fighting strength with strength. The snake is a very fast, straightforward style, protecting the centreline and attacking along straight lines with quick thrusting finger attacks. These two principals are, admittedly, very prominent in Wing Chun's use of the centre and central lines, the use of chisao (feeling) in techniques, and the use of straight, stretching techniques like the finger-strikes. (The bit that some people don't realise is that Wing Chun contains elements of all 5 styles, including tiger, panther and monkey, as well as some elements from non-Shaolin styles, such as elements of tai chi, shuai jiao (Chinese wrestling), dim mak (pressure point striking), chin na (joint manipulation) and others.) The yin-yang symbol comes from Taoism, and represents the equality of opposites, such as night and day, sun and moon, hard and gentle, forward and backward. Wing Chun, and indeed all Chinese martial arts, contain Taoist philosophies and strategies that can be explained by the use of this symbol.
Q:A crane uses 2 kW to raise a 100-kg box 20 meters. How much time does it take?
We start using by defining mechanical Power: = P=Work/time What is the work here? We lift the box a given distance. Work=mgh Since we know the power of the crane, we can simply plug in the values and solve for t: t=mgh/P This is only true if the crane has a constant power, which seems to be the case LeSmartOne
Q:How do i make an origami flapping crane?
You are asking for a lot but I have seen you request this a number of times, so I will do it...a sucker born. 1. Valley fold the paper in half so it makes a triangle. With the long side held away from you, valley fold the triangle in half again. 2. Lift the top triangle and valley fold it so that its top point meets its bottom point. Unfold the crease you have just made. Put your fingers inside the top triangle, open it up, and flatten it so it forms a square. Turn the paper over and fold and flatten the remaining triangle in the same way. 3. Make sure that the open ends of the paper are pointing down. Valley fold the top layer of both sides in to meet the centre crease. You will now have a kite shape. 4. Valley fold the top point of the kite down and crease well. Unfold the crease you have just made. 5. Open the sides of the kite by unfolding the flaps you made in Step 3. Lift the top layer of the kite's bottom point up so the paper bends at the crease you made in Step 4. Push the outside edges of the paper in to meet the centre line. Then flatten the figure so that you have a long diamond shape. 6. Turn the figure over and fold a kite shape on the remaining side as in Step 3. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 on this side. You will now have a two-sided long diamond. The bottom half of the diamond is split in two. 7. Valley fold the top layer of both bottom edges in to meet in the middle. Turn the figure over and repeat on the other side. 8. To make the crane's neck and tail, valley fold each half of the bottom section out to the sides. Crease well. 9. Unfold the right crease you just made and make an inside reverse fold. Repeat this step on the left side. 10.To form the head, fold down the end of the neck. Unfold this crease and inside reverse fold the head. 11.Hold one of the crane's wings in each hand. Blow hard into the opening on the underside of the figure and gently separate your hands. You crane will puff up and be ready to hang.
Q:In the Pacific NW, what will get rid of Crane Flies in my yard?
If they are indeed crane flies, they have very short lives and will be gone in a short time, and do no harm - so why bother? In any case, I do not see how dolomitic lime would help - their larvae are aquatic, not in the dirt, and the adults do not feed.
Q:Where are gears used on a crane?
It's more a matter of where gears MIGHT be used. 1. Gear reduction to lifting cable drum. 2. Gears to rotate the crane, or driving cable drum to extend jib. 3. If a mobile crane, gears to transmit drive to wheels/ tracks etc.
Q:Does taichi use the animal fists, crane,monkey,dragon,tiger, ect?
no taichi i not related with the animal behavior , it created by slow moment with a lot of internal power
Q:what is the crane track base ?
Assuming mechanical I suppose that is the size of the area of the two tracks on a crawler type crane. The tracks or treads are similar to those on a tank or bulldozer. One track covers a rectangle in contact with the ground. Both tracks are spread apart, parallel and form some kind of rectangular (length x width) base area for the crane.
Q:Do US Navy Boatswains Mates Operate Cranes?
In the latest update to the NEOCS Manual Vol II (NECs) I no longer see an NEC for BM for Crane Operator. Volume II Navy Enlisted Classifications (NECs) NAVPERS 18068F April 2011 NEC Chapter 4 RATING SERIES AND SPECIAL SERIES NECS

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