Ropeway Systems Design Criteria | Surface Transport Systems

Ropeway Systems Design Criteria | Transport Systems from the Surface: This section is designed for passengers or passengers on ski training vehicles; This standard specifies cable transport systems where the main wire rope moves through the surface by means of towing equipment.

The surface conveying system is normally of a single cable type, and the tow rope is attached to the lower and upper pillars. Fixed and disconnectable terminal blocks can be used in the system.

Surface transport systems include T-Bars, J-Bars and Discs. T-Bars are a surface conveying system, which forms the reverse taş T lı shape between the tow rope and the passenger and draws passengers to the arm on both sides of the en T oluşturan. Systems with J-Bar surface transport, generally in the form of lar J lar and tow rope and a passenger between the passenger and the yol J tek on one side of the body of a single passenger by pulling pulls.

Disc-on-surface conveying systems are a device consisting of a rod between the tow rope and the passenger and a disc at the lower end of the rod and the passenger who has passed the leg on both sides of the disc.

In the whole system / 2000 / 9 AT-Man shall be complied with the provisions of the Cable Carriage Installation Design and the safety rules specified in TS EN 12929-1, TS EN 12929-2 standards.

- TS EN 12929-1: Safety Rules for Overhead Line Facilities Designed to Carry People - General Conditions - Part 1: Rules for All Facilities
- TS EN 12929-2: Safety Rules for Overhead Line Facilities Designed for Human Carriage - General Conditions - Part 2: Additional Rules for Two Inverted Overhead Rope Roads with Non-Carrier Wagon Brakes Reversed

The system design will generally comply with the national and international standards in Chapter VI and the relevant regulations and technical regulations of public institutions and organizations.
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