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There are four pairs of trolleys in all

Two pairs attached to Beam B at both the free ends, and

One pair attached to the Beam C at the inner end of the beam.

Since it is obvious from the structure that the trollies attached on Beam A have

to carry the maximum load among all the trollies, we shall consider these

trollies for design and use similar trollies for other beams. Using the same

trolley shall overdesign the other trollies slightly, but this will compensate for

the design cost and manufacturing cost.

components,

=

F

A

Where,

Weight of Beam C + Weight of the hoist + Payload

Therefore,

F = Wb + Wc + Wh + P

F = 125.5 + 116.7 + 981 + 4905

F = 6128.26 N

M b = Wc x 1500 + Wb x 500 + P x 2000 + Wh x 2000

= 116.7 x 1500 + 125.5 x 500 + (4905 +981) x 2000

6

= 12 x 10 N-mm

210

F

The bending moment generated at the middle of the trolleys due to the

eccentric loading has to be counter balanced by a force-couple of reactions in the

trolleys.

Since the center of gravities of the two trolleys is a distance of 210mm from

each other, the reaction force in each trolley is given by,

Fx

d

2

= Mb

Fx

210

2

6

= 12 x 10 N-mm

F = 114.28 KN

This is the total load acting on a pair of trolleys, therefore load acting on a

single trolley is half of the total load, i.e. 57140 N

Considering a factor of safety (Fs) of 3,

F = Fs x F

F = 3 x 57142

F = 171420 N

c) Cross Sectional Area of the trolley frame A,

A = 100 x 8

2

A = 800 mm

1.2.

= 214.27

171420

800

N /mm2

S355 structural steel is a high-strength low-alloy European standard structural

steel covering four of the six parts within the EN 10025 2004 standard.

a) Characteristics

With minimum yield of 355 N/ mm2, it meets requirements in chemistry and

physical properties similar to ASTM A572. Careful attention should always be

placed on the specific variation of S355 required if considering substitute

material.

S355 is used in almost every facet of structural fabrication.

b) Applications

offshore structures

Power plants

Load-handling equipment

c) Chemical Properties

Carbon, Max %

0.23

Manganese, %

1.60

Phosphorus, Max %

0.05

Silicon, Max %

0.05

d) Mechanical Properties

Minimum Yield Strength

355 N/ mm2

S355- Tensile

greater than the Normal load (214.27 N /mm

) is much

The base of the jib which is a cylindrical hollow section, acts as a supporting

member as well as a vacuum chamber which is similar to a suction pad of a large

diameter.

by increasing the contact area between the workpiece and vacuum cup (in this

case the floor and the vacuum chamber) than it is to pull a higher vacuum and use

a small contact area, we shall use 1000mm diameter for the drum.

To lower the center of gravity of the drum, which reduces the risk of toppling,

the height of the drum will be 300mm. This also reduces the volume of the drum

and thus the needed vacuum pump capacity.

components,

=

F

A

Where,

a) Total axial load on the drum = Weight of the Pillar + Weight of Beam A +

Weight of Beam B + Weight of Beam C + Weight of the hoist + Payload +

Additional 10% (other fixtures)

Therefore,

F = 1.1 x (Wp + Wa + Wb + Wc + Wh + P)

F = 1.1 x (930 + 245.45+125.5 + 116.7 + 981 + 4905)

F = 11334.08 N

F = Fs x F

F = 3 x 11334.08

F = 34002.24 N

b) Cross Sectional Area of the base,

(d o2 d i2)

A=

4

984

2

1000

[ 2]

A=

4

2

A = 24914.04 mm

Normal Stress ,

1.3.

= 1.364

34002.24

24914.04

2

N / mm

S355 structural steel is a high-strength low-alloy European standard structural

steel covering four of the six "Parts" within the EN 10025 2004 standard.

e) Characteristics

With minimum yield of 355 N/ mm2, it meets requirements in chemistry and

physical properties similar to ASTM A572. Careful attention should always be

placed on the specific variation of S355 required if considering substitute

material.

S355 is used in almost every facet of structural fabrication.

f) Applications

offshore structures

Power plants

Load-handling equipment

g) Chemical Properties

Carbon, Max %

0.23

Manganese, %

1.60

Phosphorus, Max %

0.05

Silicon, Max %

0.05

h) Mechanical Properties

N /mm

355

S355- Tensile

470 - 630

N /mm2

greater than the Normal stress (1.364 N /mm

=

Where,

Mc

I

) is much

I Moment of Inertia

Moment due to bending at the base is same as that at the top of the pillar, since

there are no other forces acting which are not considered in the calculation of the

moment at the top of the pillar.

Therefore,

M = 18737100 N-mm

a)

Moment of Inertia

Moment of Inertia

is given by,

do

4

( 4d i )

I x=

64

Where,

1000

( 49844 )

I x=

64

I x = 30.65 x 108 mm4

Therefore,

=

18737100 x 1000

30.65 x 108

2

= 6.122 N/ mm

2

Since the Maximum Yield Strength of the material (355 N /mm ) is much

2

greater than the Bending stress (6.122 N /mm ), the design is safe.

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