10th Symposium on Lift & Escalator Technologies

Professor Stefan Kaczmarczyk & Dr Richard Peters

Wednesday 18th September 2019

CONTENTS 1. A Template for an Undergraduate Elective Final Year Lift Engineering Course Lutfi Al-Sharif 2. Accessible Goods Only Lifting Tables (AGOLTS): The Law & Levels of Safety David Cooper 3. Can Lift Traffic Simulators be Verifiable, Transparent, Repeatable & Reproducible? Gina Barney 4. Cycle Lifts - Meeting the Future Demand Adam Scott 5. Designing a Vertical Transportation Strategy for the Largest and Tallest Building in the City Of London John Stopes 6. Escalator Runaways David A. Cooper 7. Extending the Horizontal Journey to the Sky Alan Cronin 8. Fundamental Study on Rope Vibration Suppression by Middle Transfer Floor using Risk Information Suzuko Tamashiro, Satoshi Fujita, Kazuhiro Tanaka, Tomohiro Shiki, Shigeki Okamura 9. Impact of Learning Style Preferences & Social Media Use on the Environment of Distance Learning for Engineers in the Vertical Transportation Industry Thomas Ehrl, Stefan Kaczmarczyk, Jonathan Adams, Benedikt Meier 10. ISO DIS 8100-32 on Planning and Selection of Passenger Lifts Marja-Liisa Siikonen 11. Lift And Escalator Management Systems: Requirements and Implementation Richard Peters, Jim Nickerson 12. Lift Traffic Design: Calculation or Simulation? Janne Sorsa 13. Logging & Analysis of Lift Journeys Using an Accelerometer Anna Peters, Richard Peters 14. Machine Frames Made of Wood Roland Stawinoga 15. Polish Lift Industry Education & Training Tadeusz Popielas 16. Technical Challenges Involved with Designing the Vertical Transportation in a Large Football Stand Philip Pearson 17. The IoT Mirror for Lift Cars Fabio Liberali1 & Alessandro Cremaschi2 18. The Resonance Conditions and Application of Passive and Active Control Strategies in High-Rise Lifts to Mitigate the Effects of Building Sway Stefan Kaczmarczyk 19. The Systems Analysis & Design of Lifts (Elevators): the Models and Assumptions Appraised Stefan Kaczmarczyk, Phil Andrew 20. Understanding GB/T 24476 – 2017 China’s Technical Specifications for Internet of Things for Lifts, Escalators and Moving Walks Rory Smith 21. Using Monte Carlo Simulation in Lift Traffic Systems to Compile the Probability Density Function (PDF) for the Car-Load Data and Drive-Motor System Loading Lutfi Al-Sharif, Stefan Gerstenmeyer, Jens Niebling, Richard Peters, Maria Abbi 22. When is a Lift not a Lift? Michael Bottomley

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