1st Symposium on Lift & Escalator Technologies

Professor Stefan Kaczmarczyk & Dr Richard Peters

Wednesday 21st September 2011

Contents 1. The Use Of Monte Carlo Simulation To Evaluate The Passenger Average Travelling Time Under Up-Peak Traffic Conditions. L. Al-Sharif , O. F. Abdel Aal, A. M. Abu Alqumsan. 2. Some Thoughts On Progressive Safety Gears And Modernisation J. P. Andrew. 3. Energy Models For Lifts. G. Barney. 4. A Reliable Forecast of Lift System Wear T. Ebeling. 5. Interdependencies Between The Development Of A Belt Type Suspension And Transmission Mean And Lift Components/System Design P. Feldhusen. 6. Analysis Of Excitation To Response In Lifts Without A Machine Room P. Hofer. 7. Development of a Control Method For Speed Pulsation In Escalator's Chain K Mori, Y Hashioka & K Miyazaki. 8. Mathematical Modelling Of Comparative Energy Consumption Between A Single-Loop Curvilinear Escalator (The Levytator) And An Equivalent Pair Of Linear Escalators J. Levy, E. Shcherbakova, D Chan. 9. Vibrations In A Lift System M. Mottaghi. 10. Is The Gearbox Dead? J. Munday. 11. A View To The Application Of Linear Motors In Elevator Systems M. E. Nahi. 12. The Reliance On Testing For Modernised Lifts M. Revitt. 13. The Use Of Multi Car / Single Well Lift Systems To Add Value A. J. Scott, Grontmij Ltd. 14. Designing Elevator Installations Using Modern Estimates Of Passenger Demand And Currently Available Elevator Technologies R. S. Smith.

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