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Design of Crane-Supporting Structure Including Testing Load

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I have industrial concrete structure with 200 ton crane.  My question is 
with regards to loads due to load-testing and rating of cranes. Workers 
Comp standards such as WorkSafeBC OHS Regulation 14 requires that cranes be 
 tested at 125% of their rated capacity. How is this requirement addressed 
in the design of the crane-supporting structure? Is it assumed that the 
maximum wheel loads provided by the crane supplier already include this 
125%, or does the designer of the crane-supporting structure need to apply 
125% to the wheel loads on top of the 1.5x1.25 load factors? Alternatively, 
 is it common practice to consider the 125% load test value in combination 
with 1.25 impact and a live load factor of less than 1.5 considering that 
the load is carefully controlled during the load test?

Behnam Heydari

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