Vertical Transportation Technology Review Set (Print)
Author: ELEVATOR WORLD
Format: SET (ASSEMBLED SET)
These 2 volumes contain dissertations from the U.K.'s University College Northampton's Masters in Lift Engineering program.
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Table of Contents
- The Effect of Building Sway on Lift Ropes and Cables
- Lift Car Ventilation and Passenger Well being
- Accidents in Search of Proximate Cause: An Inquiry of Contributory Factors in Escalator Accidents in the USA 1920 - 2001
- Can Elevator Monitoring Improve Maintenance Procedures
- Elevator Power Consumption: A Model for Office Buildings
- Lifts for Differently Abled People
- What is the Pay Back Period When Modernising a Lift System to a Variable Frequency Drive?
- The Influence of Variations in Friction on Safety Gear Performance
- An Evaluation of Firefighting and Evacuation Lifts: Exploring the Concept of Using Lifts to Escape Building Fire
- The Contribution of Safety Rules and Method Statements to the Management of Risk
- Effectively Communicating Code Requirements for Interfaces Between Building Systems and Elevator Systems
- An Investigation into Accidents Involving Luggage Trolleys And/Or Shopping Carts on Escalators
- The Future of the Lift Maintenance Business
- A Study of the Actual Power Relative to the Theoretical Power Consumption of a Variable Frequency Drive Hydraulic System and How it Benefits the User
- A Critical Comparison of Coated Steel Belts against Steel Wire Ropes as Applied to the Lift Industry.
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