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1 ARCOMET Engineering Brainpower

2 DesignEngineeringR&D

3 Self erecting tower cranes (Arcomet) 3D design / R&D CAD / FEA Calculations Testing Project developing CE Documentation Self Erecting Cranes

4 3D design with advanced CAD programs: TeklaStructures Mechanical Design of the Arcomet A40 Eco Self Erecting Cranes

5 3D design with advanced CAD programs: TeklaStructures Mechanical Design of the Arcomet A40 Eco Self Erecting Cranes

6 Spare parts A45D: Frame (chassis) Self Erecting Cranes

7 3D design with advanced CAE programs: Krasta Design of A 45D: Bending diagram - stress Self Erecting Cranes

8 Testing Prototype: Erection, dismantling Overload: 25% dynamic 40% static Self Erecting Cranes

9 CE documentation - Directive machinery 2006/42/EC - DIN / DIN / DIN Directive 2000/14/EC on noise - Technical file for Machinery * construction file: + general description + overall drawing + detailed drawings + calculations + risk assessments + ……… * Manual - Quality system on Production (ISO 9001) - …….. Self Erecting Cranes

10 Custom-made solutions for tower cranes 3D design / R&D CAD / FEA Calculations Project developing Custom-made solutions for tower cranes

11 3D design with advanced CAD programs: TeklaStructures Mechanical Design of the Anchoring at viaduc de la Colagne (France)

12 3D design with advanced CAD programs: TeklaStructures Mechanical Design of the Anchoring at viaduc de la Colagne (France) calculations: reactions, loadings in the collars and beams Custom-made solutions for tower cranes

13 Pictures of special projects Tie Back - MBFC-Singapore - 4 Custom-made solutions for tower cranes

14 Pictures of special projects Tie Back - MBFC-Singapore - 3 Custom-made solutions for tower cranes

15 Pictures of special projects Tie Back - MBFC-Singapore - 2 Custom-made solutions for tower cranes

16 Pictures of special projects Special - Hotel An der Urania (Germany) - 1 Fixing towers in an elevator shaft

17 Custom-made solutions for tower cranes Pictures of special projects Special - Hotel An der Urania (Germany) - 2 Fixing towers in an elevator shaft

18 Design: crane positions on job sites Optimise crane use Anti-collision checks Jobsite

19 3D design with advanced CAD programs: TeklaStructures Design of the jobsite shopping center in Maaseik (Belgium) Jobsite

20 3D design with advanced CAD programs: TeklaStructures Pictures of the jobsite shopping center in Maaseik (Belgium) Jobsite

21 Jobsite - Oil tanking Antwerp (Belgium) - 1 Jobsite

22 3D design with advanced CAD programs: TeklaStructures Design of the jobsite: Anti collision investigation Jobsite

23 Support Technical support for Arcomet group Loadings / non standard Follow up projects Guideline for new crane standards FEM Wind zone classification EN / EN 14439

24 1. What is new in EN European Standards: Improved Safety in Out-of-service Conditions * WIND = Important factor in the stability of the crane * New standards (FEM 1004 – 1005 and EN 14439) are considering the windload in a more realistic way: realistic way: - Taking in account: 1) cranes height 2) regional wind history This reduces the risk of accident due to out-of-service wind conditons This reduces the risk of accident due to out-of-service wind conditons

25 1. What is new in EN European Standards: Improved Safety in Out-of-service Conditions - Previous standards made no references to different wind areas and used only their national boundaries: wind areas and used only their national boundaries: ex.: cost areas can very different wind conditions ex.: cost areas can very different wind conditions - Reference wind speeds: New standards will be divided according to a wind speed New standards will be divided according to a wind speed level classification (A = lowest ; F = biggest) level classification (A = lowest ; F = biggest) Most of Europe is covered by the C - category Most of Europe is covered by the C - category - Wind Speed Profile: The old standards gave one Wind Speed Profile for cranes The old standards gave one Wind Speed Profile for cranes with heights between 20 m and 100 m: 151 km/h with heights between 20 m and 100 m: 151 km/h The new standard give a more representative wind speed The new standard give a more representative wind speed Profile which is dependent of the height. Profile which is dependent of the height.

26 1. What is new in EN European Standards: Improved Safety in Out-of-service Conditions - Wind Recurrence : Wind speed profiles can be set according to various levels, based on the time period considered for identifying the highest probable windspeed. The longer the time period, the more probable it is to find bigger storms Typical wind speed profiles are defined for: * 10, 25 or 50 years * 25 is recommended for tower crane - C category is the minimum required reference wind speed so even A en B are C. so even A en B are C. - In commercial and technical documents a letter (C,D,E, F) for the reference wind speed followed by a number (10,25,50) for the reference wind speed followed by a number (10,25,50) for the wind recurrence: the wind recurrence: example: C25

27 1. What is new in EN European Standards: Improved Safety in Out-of-service Conditions Example C25: * tower crane in area C with a 25 year recurrence * For a crane at a height of 60 m: EN 14439: windspeed 161 km/h wind pressure: 120 kg/m² FEM 1001: windspeed 151 km/h windpressure: 110 kg/m² Example D 50: * tower crane in area D with a 50 year recurrence For a crane at a height of 60 m: For a crane at a height of 60 m: EN 14439: windspeed 193 km/h wind pressure: 180 kg/m² FEM 1001: windspeed 151 km/h windpressure: 110 kg/m²

28 Support - Loadings

29 Support - Topview crane base

30 Design of the F15 document

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