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General dimensions of the jib pillar crane.

General dimensions of the jib pillar crane.

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Pillar jib cranes are often mounted to existing floors with the use of an intermediate anchorage steel plate instead of using independent foundations. The process of designing such an intermediate plate for a pillar jib crane and a destruction pattern for plates of insufficient thickness are presented in this article. The required steps of the desi...

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... basic parameters required for the proper design start with the design working loads and the geometry of the base plate anchorage for the chosen pillar crane. For the example used in this paper a jib pillar crane model LS 235 from ABUS with a span of 5000 mm and a work load of 1000 kg was used, as presented in Fig. 2. The characteristic loads are: axial load (vertical force at base plate) NF = 17.7 kN and overturning moment (OTM) MF = 56.7 kNm, these values have been used as these have been provided by the producer for the calculations of a intermediate ...

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