Endurance and damage behaviour of wire ropes in one-step and polystep tests under the effect of different influencing factors as a basis for deriving criteria of reliability in service an dimensioning principles
RoundTable – HOW SAFE IS A ROPE? – Krakow 1981
The high requirements made on the manufacturing, the qualities, and the reliability of wire ropes by the development of hoisting and conveying engineering call for establishing technological principles and rules as universal as possible, adapted to given occasions and modifiable to the individual fields of application in the use and the control of wire ropes under the aspect of relationship between wire rope dimensioning
equal to stressing and their reliability in service. Preliminary conditions to this are vast studies largely similar to practice on endurance and damage behaviour of wire ropes /1, 2/.
Author: G. Jehmlich