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Posted by Satyendra on Aug 28, in Ispat Digest 1 comment Cranes- Its types and classification A crane is a machine which is having a hoist with a longitudinal and cross movement.
The hoist of a crane consists of wire rope and hook. The crane is used both for lifting and lowering materials, and to move them horizontally. Cranes uses one or more simple machines to create mechanical advantage and thus move heavy loads.
Many factors are taken into consideration while selecting a crane. These factors include lifting capacity, crane use and application and the number of work cycles that the crane is required to undergo. Types of cranes Cranes are of many types. Some of them are given below.
These cranes include a hoist to lift the items, the bridge, which spans the area covered by the crane, and a trolley to move along the bridge. Overhead cranes typically consist of either a single beam or a double beam construction. These can be built using typical steel beams or a more complex box girder type.
Double girder bridge cranes are more typical when needing heavier capacity systems from 10 tons and above. The advantage of the box girder type configuration results in a system that has a lower deadweight yet a stronger overall system integrity. A typical overhead crane is shown in Fig 1.
The crane frame is supported on a gantry system with equalized beams and wheels that run on the gantry rail, usually perpendicular to the trolley travel direction. This crane comes in all sizes, and some can move very heavy loads.
This crane has two parts namely i a carrier which is often referred to as the Lower and ii a lifting component which includes the boom also referred to as the Upper. These are mated together through a turntable which allows the upper to swing from side to side.
Modern hydraulic truck cranes are usually single engine machines, with the same engine powering the undercarriage and the crane.
The upper is usually powered via hydraulics run through the turntable from the pump mounted on the lower. Older hydraulic truck cranes had two engines. One in the lower is used for the crane to travel on the road and ran a hydraulic pump for the outriggers and jacks.
The second in the upper ran the upper through a hydraulic pump of its own. Generally, these cranes are able to travel on highways, eliminating the need for special equipment to transport the crane.
Many truck cranes have slow travelling capability a few kilometers per hour while suspending a load. Great care must be taken not to swing the load sideways from the direction of travel, as most anti-tipping stability then lies in the stiffness of the chassis suspension.
Tower crane — It is usually fixed to the ground on a concrete. This crane often gives the best combination of height and lifting capacity and is used in the construction of tall buildings.
The base of the crane is attached to a mast which gives the crane its height. Further the mast is attached to the slewing unit gear and motor that allows the crane to rotate. On top of the slewing unit there are three main parts which are:Welcome to Cranes Today, the independent magazine of the crane industry.
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The main advantage of a crawler crane is its ready mobility and use, since the crane is able to operate on sites with minimal improvement and stable on its tracks without outriggers. Wide tracks spread the weight out over a great area and are far better than wheels at traversing soft ground without sinking in.
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