Booklet 1. Taking accourt of this enlarged audience, Section I of the FEM decided to change the format of these Design Rules and to facilitate updating by abandoning the single volume form and dividing the work into a number of separate booklets as follows :. Booklet 1 - Object and Scope. Booklet 2 - Classification and loading on structures and mechanisms. Booklet 3 - Calculating the stresses in the structure.
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F.E.M. 1.001 ;Rules for the design of hoisting appliances. Booklet 5
Embed Size px x x x x Standard for Cranes and Lifting Equipment. An important document for design and installation of hoisting equipment in industries. Taking accourt of this enlarged audience, Section I of the FEM decided to change the format ofthese Design Rules and to facilitate updating by abandoning the single volume form and dividingthe work into a number of separate booklets as follows :. Although not directly a part of these Design Rules, the opportunity is taken to draw attention to thenew Terminology of Section I. To facilitate the use of these Rules by the purchasers, manufacturers and safety organizationsconcerned, it is necessary to give some explanation in regard to the two following questions. How should these Rules be applied in practice to the different types of appliance whoseconstruction they cover?
FEM 1.001 Rules for the Design of Hoisting Appliances
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