2nd Symposium on Lift & Escalator Technologies

Professor Stefan Kaczmarczyk & Dr Richard Peters

Wednesday 19th September 2012

CONTENTS 1. The HARint plane: A Graphical Method for Visualising the Optimality of an Elevator System Design Option Dr Lutfi Al-Sharif , Ahmad M. Abu Alqumsan, Osama F. Abdel Aal 2. The Modelling, Simulation And Experimental Testing Of Vertical Vibrations In An Elevator System With 1:1 Roping Configuration Xabier Arrasate, Prof Stefan Kaczmarczyk, Gaizka Almandoz, Dr José M. Abete, Inge Isasa. 3. Origin Destination Matrix Estimation And Prediction In Vertical Transportation Dr Rosa Basagoiti, Maite Beamurgia, Dr Richard D Peters2, Prof Stefan Kaczmarczyk. 4. Economically Efficient Green Hydraulic Lifts Dr K. Ferhat Celik. 5. Energy Models For Lifts Ana M. Lorente-Lafuente, José Luis Núñez-Bruis, Dr-Eur.Ing Gina Barney. 6. Lift Performance Time Dr Richard Peters. 7. Analysis Of The Frequency Behaviour Of Elevator Systems Dipl.-Ing Ingo Pletschen, Dr.-Ing Stephan Rohr, Prof. Dr.-Ing Ralph Kennel 8. A Realistic Approach To “Interesting” Claims - Lessons In Lift Traffic Analysis Dr Bruce Powell. 9. Lift Design: Still Room For Improvement Adrian Shiner. 10. Standards, Who Needs Them, Who Creates Them And How Are They Created Derek Smith 11. Traffic Analysis based on the Up Peak Round Trip Time method why it works and how it can be improved Dr Rory Smith 12. Toward a more Efficient Elevator System Dr Albert So

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