BS 2573-2 PDF

Find the most up-to-date version of BS at Engineering BS Rules For The Design Of Cranes – Part 2: Specification For Classification, Stress Calculations And Design Of Mechanisms. Bs Crane Design – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Civil Engineering.

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Specification for classification, stress calculations and design of mechanisms Regies de conception des grues Partie 2.

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Click here to find out how to access this document. Load actions incorporating corrigendum March Safety Metrology and measurement. Maximum torques in derricking and slewing mechanisms normally occur during conditions of braking, unless a high rate of acceleration is called for.

It shall be determined from test data, service experience, or by calculation. Where bolts are tightened by controlled means to comply with the requirements of clause 13 of Part 1: Attention is drawn to the existence in the UK and elsewhere of regulations concerning factors of safety for crane ropes which may override the requirements of this standard. Specification for classification, stress calculations and design of mechanisms incorporating amendments No. Mention is made of practical design details only to the extent that they are inseparably associated with the basis for the permissible stresses.

BS 2573-2:1980

Amendment dated September You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:. In line with current policy, the values in this Part of this British Standard have been expressed in SI units. Determination of fatigue reference stress 17 2. ba

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Derating of hooks Table showing selected sizes of point hooks, as listed in table 1 of BS V 2 Sb due to the out of service wind acting horizontally in any direction where applicable. These loads include those due to the inertia of the mechanism itself, its prime mover, brakes, the associated crane parts, the hook load, the concurrent operation of other motions, etc.

Amendment C1 dated November – See foreword. For each of the loading ‘ conditions specified in 5. In addition, the requirements for stiffness lateral and torsionalfatigue, influence of bearings, fits of components, etc.

Large changes in section shall be avoided wherever possible. The value of Ci is given in accord- ance with the nature of the stress cycles as follows: Search Result Product Details.

Service life of a mechanism or component 2 E. The material for shafts shall be selected from steels having suitable physical properties 2537-2 the duty required. Hours per day for gear design 20 8. Welding Where 25733-2 component is required to transmit a load from one part of the mechanism to another alternatively to transmit a load from a mechanism to or from a part of the crane structure and is fabricated by welding, the preparation and welding work shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the appropriate British Standards.

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Scope This Part of BS bz the basis for calculating stresses in components of crane mechanisms and specifies the way in which permissible stresses shall be determined, it also gives rules for the selection of proprietary items where these are used as mechanism components. The purposes of such classification is to provide a rational and uniform basis for the design of mechanisms and their components that takes account of these considerations.

Braking often produces higher torques than conditions of acceleration. Free to use BIM project management tool provides step-by-step 257-32 to define, manage and validate responsibility for information development and delivery at each stage of the asset life cycle in level 2 BIM projects.

When a hoisting appliance is to be used for dangerous handling operations e. Reproduction and Redistribution Restricted: For any component, the magnitude of the fatigue reference stress depends upon: Where the appliance of which the mechanism is part has known duties, such as would be the case where it performed part of a continuous, repetitive process, the service life shall be calculated from the actual daily utilization time for the mechanism, the number of working days per year and the number of years of expected service.

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