From: Min Young Park <pmy1970(--nospam--at)yahoo.ca>
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2001 02:23:37 -0500 (EST)
If you are not able to find load factors, I think
"allowable stress design method" can be adopted to
this problem. According to AISC code the live load
shall be increased up to 100% as follows.
for supports of elevators........100%
for supports of light machinery, shaft or motor
... You can find it in the code, Sect.A4.2.impact
--- H Boge <HBOGE(--nospam--at)boge-boge.com> wrote:
> An industrial facility is asking us to review their
> lifting bales, hooks and other lifting devices.
> Please advise where I can find load factors for
> these types of elements.
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