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derricks, cranes, mobile lifting frames etc Overhead Travelling Cranes On Fixed Support Mobil Lifting Frames On Tyres and Straddle Carriers Transporter Cranes, Gantry Cranes and Bridge Cranes Tower Cranes Portal or Pedestal Jib Cranes Cranes, Self-propelled, On Tyres Other Cranes, Self-propelled Cranes Designed for Mounting On Road Vehicles Derrick and Works Trucks Fitted With a Crane

American Standards ANSI/ASABE/ISO 3767-1-1998, Tractors, machinery for agriculture and forestry, powered lawn and garden equipment Symbols for operator controls and other displays - Part 1: Common symbols Establishes common symbols for use on operator controls and other displays on tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry as defined in ISO 3339-0 and ISO 5395. The symbols apply to controls and displays common to tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry, and powered lawn and garden equipment, as well as to other types of self-propelled work machines designed to operate off public roads, such as earthmoving machines, powered industrial trucks and mobile cranes. ASME B30.11-2004, Monorails and Underhung Cranes B30.11 applies to underhung cranes and monorail systems where load-carrying members, such as end trucks or carriers (trolleys), travel either on the external or internal lower flange of a runway track section, single monrail track, crane bridge girder, or jib boom. ASME B30.11a-1999, Monorails and Underhung Cranes Applies to underhung cranes and monorail systems where load-carrying members, such

as end trucks or carriers (trolleys), travel either on the external or internal lower flange of a runway track section, single monorail track, crane bridge girder, or jib boom including all curves, switches, transfer devices, lift and drop sections, and associated equipment. ASME B30.17-2003, Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Single Girder, Underhung Hoist) Includes provisions that apply to the construction, installation, operation, inspection, and maintenance of hand-operated and power-driven overhead and gantry cranes that have a top-running single-girder bridge, with one or more underhung hoists operating on the lower flange of the bridge girder, used for vertical lifting and lowering of freely suspended, unguided loads. ASME B30.18-2004, Stacker Cranes (Top or Under Running Bridge, Multiple Girder with Top or Under Running Trolley Hoist) Applies to the construction, installation, operation, inspection, and maintenance of hand-powered and power-driven overhead and gantry cranes that have a top-running or under-running multiple girder bridge with a vertically guided carriage, with or without a top-running or under-running trolley. ASME B30.2-2005, Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Single or Multiple Girder, Top Running Trolley Hoist) B30.2 includes provisions that apply to the construction, installation, operation, inspection, and maintenance of hand-operated and power-driven overhead and gantry cranes that have a top running single-girder or multiple-girder bridge, with one or more top-running trolley hoists used for vertical lifting and lowering of freely suspended, unguided loads consisting of equipment and materials (see Figs. 1 through 5.) The requirements included in this Volume also apply to cranes

having the same fundamental characteristics such as cantilever gantry cranes, semi-gantry cranes and wall cranes. ASME B30.22-2005, Articulating Boom Cranes Includes provisions for cranes having articulating hydraulic cylinders which are powered by internal combustion engines or electric motors and are mounted on a mobile chassis or stationary installation. ASME B30.2b-1998, Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Single or Multiple Girder, Top Running Trolley Hoist) Applies to overhead and gantry cranes with a top running bridge of single or multiple girder construction, utilizing a top running trolley, including polar, semigantry, cantilever gantry, wall cranes, and others having the same fundamental characteristics. This volume includes both power-driven and hand-operated euipment. These cranes are grouped because they all have top running trolleys and similar travel characteristics. ASME B30.2c-2001, Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Single or Multiple Girder, Top Running Trolley Hoist) Applies to overhead and gantry cranes with a top running bridge of single or multiple girder construction, utilizing a top running trolley, including polar, semigantry, cantilever gantry, wall cranes, and others. Includes both power-driven and hand-operated equipment. Single copy price: $10.00 Order from: Silvana Rodriguez-Bhatti, ASME Send comments (with copy to BSR) to: James Bird, M/S 20S2, ASME ASME B30.3-2004, Construction Tower Cranes Applies to construction tower cranes powered by electric motors or internal combustion

engines, including cranes that adjust operating radius by means of a boom luffing mechanism or by means of a trolley traversing a horizontal boom. ASME B30.4-2003, Portal, Tower, and Pedestal Cranes Includes provisions which apply to the construction, installation, operation, inspection and maintenance of electric motor or internal-combustion engine powered portal, tower, and pedestal cranes. ASME B30.4a-1998, Portal, Tower, and Pedestal Cranes Applies to portal, tower, and pedestal cranes and any variations thereof which retain the same fundamental characteristics. ASME B30.4b-1999, Portal, Tower, and Pedestal Cranes Applies to portal, tower, and pedestal cranes, and any variations thereof which retain the same fundamental characteristics. ASME B30.5-2004, Mobile and Locomotive Cranes Applies to crawler, locomotive and wheel-mounted cranes, and any variations thereof which retain the same fundamental characteristics. ASME B30.5a-2002, Mobile and Locomotive Cranes Applies to crawler cranes, locomotive cranes, wheel-mounted cranes, and any variations thereof which retain the same fundamental characteristics. Includes only cranes of the above types that are basically powered by internal combustion engines or electric motors. ASME B30.8-2004, Floating Cranes and Floating Derricks B30.8 applies to cranes and derricks mounted on barges or pontoons. The requirements of this volume are applicable only to floating

cranes and floating derricks used for vertical lifting and lowering of freely suspended, unguided loads. ASME B30.8a-2001, Floating Cranes and Floating Derricks Applies to cranes and derricks mounted on barges or pontoons. Floating cranes are convertible for excavation service and other uses that are categorically not considered to be lifting service. Single copy price: $10.00 Order from: Silvana Rodriguez-Bhatti, ASME Send comments (with copy to BSR) to: James Bird, M/S 20S2, ASME ASME NOG-1-2004, Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Multiple Girder), Rules for Construction of Covers electric overhead and gantry multiple girder cranes with top running bridge cranes with top running bridge and trolley used at nuclear facilities and components of cranes at nuclear facilities. ASME NUM-1-2004, Rules for Construction of Cranes, Monorails, and Hoists (with Bridge or Trolley or Hoist of the Underhung Type) Covers underhung cranes, top-running bridge and gantry cranes with trolleys, traveling wall cranes, jib cranes, monorail systems, overhead, and hoists with integral trolleys used in nuclear facilities. ASME NUM-1-2004, Rules for Construction of Cranes, Monorails, and Hoists (with Bridge or Trolley or Hoist of the Underhung Type) Covers underhung cranes, top-running bridge and gantry cranes with trolleys, traveling wall cranes, jib cranes, monorail systems, overhead, and hoists with integral trolleys used in nuclear facilities. ASME NUM-1a-2002, Rules for

Construction of Cranes, Monorails and Hoists Covers underhung cranes, top-running bridge and gantry cranes with trolleys, traveling wall cranes, jib cranes, monorail systems, overhead, and hoists with integral trolleys used in nuclear facilities. ASME NUM-1b-2002, Rules for Construction of Cranes, Monorails, and Hoists This Standard covers underhung cranes, top-running bridge and gantry cranes with trolleys, traveling wall cranes, jib cranes, monorail systems, overhead, and hoists with integral trolleys used in nuclear facilities. ANSI A10.28-1998 (R2004), Work Platforms Suspended from Cranes or Derricks Safety Requirements Applies to platforms suspended from the load lines of cranes or derricks in order to (1) perform work at elevations that cannot normally be reached by other types of scaffolds or aerial work platforms or (2) transport personnel to elevations where other means of access are unsafe or impractical because of design or worksite conditions. Safe use of such equipment is dependent upon the user following all provisions contained herein. A competent person shall perform a job analysis on all equipment to be used to suspend platforms from cranes and derricks including the platforms. A copy of the job analysis shall be maintained at the jobsite. AWS D14.1/D14.1M-2005, Specification for Welding of Industrial and Mill Cranes and Other Material Handling Equipment Requirements are presented for the design and fabrication of constructional steel weldments that are used in industrial and mill cranes, lifting devices and other material handling equipment. Requirements are also included for modification, weld repair and postweld treatments of new and existing weldments.

Filler metal and welding procedure guidelines are recommended for the applicable base metals, which are limited to carbon and low-alloy steels. Allowable unit stresses are provided for weld metal and base metal for various cyclically loaded joint designs. ANSI MH27.1-2003, Patented Track Underhung Cranes and Monorail Systems - Specifications Applies to underhung cranes whose end trucks operate on the lower flange of a patented-track runway section; and to carriers (trolleys) operating on single-track patented-track monorail systems, including all curves, switches, transfer devices, lift and drop sections, and associated equipment. Does not apply to systems used for transporting personnel or to enclosed-track runway sections, enclosed-track monorail systems, structural-shape runway sections, or structural-shape monorail systems. Hoist(s) and carrier(s) shall comply with ASME/ANSI B30.16, ASME B30.11, and ASME HST standards. ANSI MH27.2-2003, Specifications for Enclosed-Track Underhung Cranes and Monorail Systems The intent of the proposed standard is to provide improved uniformity of enclosed track underhung crane and monorail performance and encourage better communication between the manufacturer and the user. Applies to underhung cranes whose end trucks operate on the internal flange of a runway using enclosed track section; and to trolleys (carriers) operating on single-track monorail systems, including all curves, switches transfer devices, lift and drop sections, and associated equipment. Systems for transporting personnel are not included in these specifications. NEMA ICS 8-2001, Industrial Control and Systems Crane and Hoist Controllers Applies to controllers for crane service as

applied to DC, wound/rotor AC, and inverter duty motors, rated 600 volts or less. The types of cranes to which these standards are applicable are defined in the following American National Standards Institute Publications: ANSI/ASME B30.2, ANSI/ASME B30.3, ANSI/ASME B30.4. ANSI/SAE J/ISO 13200-JUN98, Cranes Safety Signs and Hazard Pictorials General Principles ANSI/SAE J1238-JUL98, Rating Lift Cranes on Fixed Platforms Operating in the Ocean Environment The scope of this SAE Recommended Practice is limited to cranes mounted on a fixed platform lifting loads from a vessel alongside. The size of the vessel is assumed not to exceed that of a work boat as defined in 3.14. The purpose of this document is to establish the design dynamic loads, the calculation procedures, and a load rating chart format for lift cranes operating in a variety of sea conditions. ANSI/SAE J220-JUL98, Crane Boomstop ANSI/SAE J820-JUL98, Crane Hoist Line Speed and Power Test Code This code applies primarily to mobile cranes that lift loads by means of a drum and hoist line mechanism. It can be used to determine the hoist line speed and power of other hoist line mechanisms, if load can be held constant and hoist line travel distance is sufficient for the accuracy of the line speed measurements prescribed. ANSI/SAE J999-JUL98, Crane Boom Hoist Disengaging Device This SAE Standard applies to cranes which are equipped to adjust the boom angle by hoisting and lowering means through rope reeving.

International Standards ISO 10571:1995 Tyres for mobile cranes and similar specialized machines ISO 8431:1988 Shipbuilding - Fixed jib cranes - Ship-mounted type for general cargo handling ISO 7363:1986 Cranes and lifting appliances - Technical characteristics and acceptance documents ISO 4301-1:1986 Cranes and lifting appliances - Classification - Part 1: General ISO 4302:1981 Cranes - Wind load assessment ISO 4304:1987 Cranes other than mobile and floating cranes - General requirements for stability ISO 8686-1:1989 Cranes - Design principles for loads and load combinations - Part 1: General ISO 11994:1997 Cranes - Availability - Vocabulary ISO 4306-1:1990 Cranes - Vocabulary - Part 1: General ISO 7296-1:1991 Cranes - Graphic symbols - Part 1: General ISO/TS 15696:2000 Cranes - List of equivalent terms ISO 4308-1:2003 Cranes and lifting appliances - Selection of wire ropes -

Part 1: General ISO 4309:2004 Cranes - Wire ropes - Care, maintenance, installation, examination and discard ISO 11629:2004 Cranes - Measurement of the mass of a crane and its components ISO 11630:1997 Cranes - Measurement of wheel alignment ISO 13202:2003 Cranes - Measurement of velocity and time parameters ISO 14518:2005 Cranes - Requirements for test loads ISO 4310:1981 Cranes - Test code and procedures ISO 9373:1989 Cranes and related equipment - Accuracy requirements for measuring parameters during testing ISO 10973:1995 Cranes - Spare parts manual ISO 12478-1:1997 Cranes - Maintenance manual - Part 1: General ISO 12480-1:1997 Cranes - Safe use - Part 1: General ISO 12482-1:1995 Cranes - Condition monitoring - Part 1: General ISO 15513:2000 Cranes - Competency requirements for crane drivers (operators), slingers, signallers and assessors ISO 23853:2004 Cranes - Training of slingers and signallers ISO 9926-1:1990 Cranes - Training of drivers - Part 1: General

ISO 9927-1:1994 Cranes - Inspections - Part 1: General ISO 9928-1:1990 Cranes - Crane driving manual - Part 1: General ISO 9928-1:1990 Cranes - Crane driving manual - Part 1: General ISO 9942-1:1994 Cranes - Information labels - Part 1: General ISO 10245-2:1994 Cranes - Limiting and indicating devices - Part 2: Mobile cranes ISO 11660-2:1994 Cranes - Access, guards and restraints - Part 2: Mobile cranes ISO 11661:1998 Mobile cranes - Presentation of rated capacity charts ISO 11662-1:1995 Mobile cranes - Experimental determination of crane performance - Part 1: Tipping loads and radii ISO 13200:1995 Cranes - Safety signs and hazard pictorials - General principles ISO 15442:2005 Cranes - Safety requirements for loader cranes ISO 4301-2:1985 Lifting appliances - Classification - Part 2: Mobile cranes ISO 4305:1991 Mobile cranes - Determination of stability ISO 4306-2:1994 Cranes - Vocabulary - Part 2: Mobile cranes ISO 4308-2:1988

Cranes and lifting appliances - Selection of wire ropes Part 2: Mobile cranes - Coefficient of utilization ISO 7296-2:1996 Cranes - Graphical symbols - Part 2: Mobile cranes ISO 7752-2:1985 Lifting appliances - Controls - Layout and characteristics - Part 2: Basic arrangement and requirements for mobile cranes ISO 8087:1985 Mobile cranes - Drum and sheave sizes ISO 8566-2:1995 Cranes - Cabins - Part 2: Mobile cranes ISO 8686-2:2004 Cranes - Design principles for loads and load combinations - Part 2: Mobile cranes ISO/TR 19961:2005 Cranes - Safety code on mobile cranes ISO 10245-3:1999 Cranes - Limiting and indicating devices - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 10972-3:2003 Cranes - Requirements for mechanisms - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 11660-1:1999 Cranes - Access, guards and restraints - Part 1: General ISO 11660-3:1999 Cranes - Access, guards and restraints - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 12480-3:2005 Cranes - Safe use - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 12485:1998 Tower cranes - Stability requirements ISO 4301-3:1993

Cranes - Classification - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 4306-3:2003 Cranes - Vocabulary - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 7296-3:2006 Cranes - Graphical symbols - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 7752-3:1993 Cranes - Controls - Layout and characteristics - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 8566-3:1992 Cranes - Cabins - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 8686-3:1998 Cranes - Design principles for loads and load combinations - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 9374-3:2002 Cranes - Information to be provided for enquiries, orders, offers and supply - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 9926-3:2005 Cranes - Training of drivers - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 9927-3:2005 Cranes - Inspections - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 9942-3:1999 Cranes - Information labels - Part 3: Tower cranes ISO 10245-1:1994 Cranes - Limiting and indicating devices - Part 1: General ISO 10245-4:2004 Cranes - Limiting and indicating devices - Part 4: Jib cranes ISO 12210-1:1998 Cranes - Anchoring devices for in-service and out-of-service conditions - Part 1: General ISO 12210-4:1998 Cranes - Anchoring devices for in-service and out-of-service conditions - Part 4: Jib cranes

ISO 12488-1:2005 Cranes - Tolerances for wheels and travel and traversing tracks - Part 1: General ISO 12488-4:2004 Cranes - Tolerances for wheels and travel and traversing tracks - Part 4: Jib cranes ISO 4301-4:1989 Cranes and related equipment - Classification - Part 4: Jib cranes ISO 7752-4:1989 Cranes - Controls - Layout and characteristics - Part 4: Jib cranes ISO 8566-4:1998 Cranes - Cabins - Part 4: Jib cranes ISO 8686-4:2005 Cranes - Design principles for loads and load combinations - Part 4: Jib cranes ISO 9374-1:1989 Cranes - Information to be provided - Part 1: General ISO 9374-4:1989 Cranes - Information to be provided - Part 4: Jib cranes ISO/TR 25599:2005 Cranes - Jib cranes - International Standards for design, manufacturing, use and maintenance requirements and recommendations ISO 10245-5:1995 Cranes - Limiting and indicating devices - Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes ISO 10972-1:1998 Cranes - Requirements for mechanisms - Part 1: General ISO 10972-5:2006 Cranes - Requirements for mechanisms - Part 5: Bridge and gantry cranes

ISO 11660-5:2001 Cranes - Access, guards and restraints - Part 5: Bridge and gantry cranes ISO 16881-1:2005 Cranes - Design calculation for rail wheels and associated trolley track supporting structure - Part 1: General ISO 4301-5:1991 Cranes - Classification - Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes ISO 4306-5:2005 Cranes - Vocabulary - Part 5: Bridge and gantry cranes ISO 7752-5:1985 Lifting appliances - Controls - Layout and characteristics - Part 5: Overhead travelling cranes and portal bridge cranes ISO 8566-1:1992 Cranes - Cabins - Part 1: General ISO 8566-5:1992 Cranes - Cabins - Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes ISO 8566-5:1992 Cranes - Cabins - Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes ISO 8686-5:1992 Cranes - Design principles for loads and load combinations - Part 5: Overhead travelling and portal bridge cranes ISO 9374-5:1991 Cranes - Information to be provided - Part 5: Overhead travelling cranes and portal bridge cranes ISO/TR 16880:2004 Cranes - Bridge and gantry cranes - International Standards for design and manufacturing requirements and recommendations

ISO 4085:1979 Shipbuilding - Inland navigation - Swing derricks Indian Standards Document Number IS 807 : 2006 Standard Title Design, Erection and testing (Structural Portion) of Cranes and Hoists - Code of Practice Status Active Active

IS 1438 : 1960 Specification for Crane Weighing Machines IS 3177 : 1999

Code of Practice for Electric Overhead Travelling Cranes and Active Gantry Cranes other than Steel Work Cranes Active Active Active

IS 3443 : 1980 Crane rail sections Code of practice for heavy duty electric overhead travelling IS 4137 : 1985 cranes including special service machines for use in steel work IS 4410 : Part 23 : 1999 Glossary of Terms Relating to River Valley Projects - Part 23 : Hoists, Cranes and Other Related Terms

Specification for Crane-suspended Ladles for Foundries - Part IS 4475 : Part 1 1 : Straight/Taper Sided Geared Ladles 0.25 to 10 Tonnes for Active : 1986 Iron and Steel Foundries Specification for Crane-Suspended Ladles for Foundries: Part IS 4475 : Part 2 2Cylindrical geared ladles 0.25 to 3.0 tonnes for iron Active : 1986 foundries Specification for Crane-Suspended Ladles for Foundries: Part IS 4475 : Part 3 3 Straight/taper sided ladles 0.25 to 3.0 tonnes capacities for Active : 1989 S.G. Iron foundries Specification for Crane-Suspended Ladles for Foundries: Part IS 4475 : Part 4 4 Taper sided non geared ladles 15 to 50 tonnes capacities for Active : 1988 iron and steel foundries IS 4476 : 1975 Crane-suspended hand-operated geared ladles for steel foundries Code of practice for design of portal and semiportal wharf cranes (electrical) Withdarwn Active Active Withdarwn Withdarwn

IS 4573 : 1982 Specification for Power Driven Mobile Cranes IS 4594 : 1968

IS 5532 : Part 1 Glossary of terms for cranes: Part 1 Type of cranes : 1984 IS 5532 : Part 2 Glossary of terms for cranes: Part 2 Parameters : 1984

IS 5532 : Part 3 Glossary of terms for cranes: Part 3 General concepts : 1984 IS 5532 : Part 4 Glossary of terms for cranes: Part 4 Components parts : 1984

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IS 6521 : Part 1 Code of practice for design of tower cranes:Part 1 Static and Active : 1972 rail mounted IS 6717 : 1972 Specification for mobile road crane, fully sewing IS 13367 : Part Safe use of cranes - Code of practice Part 1 General 1 : 1992 IS 13473 : Part Cranes - Vocabulary Part 1 General 1 : 1992 IS 13473 : Part Cranes - Vocabulary Part 2 Mobile cranes 2 : 1992 IS 13473 : Part Cranes - Vocabulary, Part 3 Tower cranes 3 : 1993 Withdarwn Active Active Active Active

IS 13558 : Part Cranes - Controls - Layout and characteristics:Part 1 General Active 1 : 1992 principles IS 13558 : Part Cranes - Controls - Lyout and Characteristics - Prt 2 Mobile 2 : 1995 Cranes IS 13558 : Part Cranes - Control - Layout and characteristics - Part 3 Tower 3 : 1995 cranes IS 13558 : Part Cranes - Controls - Layout and characteristics: Part 4 Jib 4 : 1993 cranes IS 13558 : Part Cranes - Controls - Layout and characteristics: Part 5 5 : 1993 Overhead travelling cranes and postal bridge cranes IS 13559 : Part Cranes - Information to be provided, Part 1 General 1 : 1993 IS 13559 : Part Cranes - Information to be provided Part 4 Jib cranes 4 : 1992 IS 13572 : Part Cranes - Crane driving manual: Part 1 General 1 : 1992 IS 13583 : Part Cranes - Training of drivers: Part 1 General 1 : 1993 IS 13834 : Part Cranes - Classification Part 1 General 1 : 1994 IS 13834 : Part Cranes - Classification: Part 2 Mobile cranes 2 : 1993 IS 13834 : Part Cranes - Classification Part 3 Tower Cranes 3 : 1995 Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active

IS 13834 : Part Cranes - Classification: Part 4 Jib cranes 4 : 1993

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IS 13834 : Part Cranes - Classification: Part 5 Overhead travelling and portal Active 5 : 1993 bridge cranes IS 13870 : Part Cranes and lifting appliances - Selection of wire ropes Part 1 Active 1 : 1993 General IS 13870 : Part Cranes and Lifting Appliances - Selection of Wire Ropes 2 : 1993 Part 2 : Mobile Cranes - Coefficient of Utilization IS 14467 : 1997 IS 14468 : 1997 IS 14469 : 1997 IS 14470 : 1997 IS 14471 : 1997 Cranes - Wind load assessment Cranes other than mobile and floating cranes - General requirements for stability Mobile cranes - Determination of stability Cranes - Test code and procedures Active Active Active Active Active

Cranes and lifting appliances - Technical characteristics and Active acceptance documents Active Active Active Active Active

IS 14472 : Part Cranes - Information to be provided Part 5 Overhead 5 : 1997 travelling cranes and portal bridge cranes IS 14473 : Part Cranes - Inspections Part 1 General 1 : 1997 IS 14474 : Part Mobile Cranes - Experimental Determination of Crane 1 : 1997 Performance - Part 1 : Tipping Loads and Radii IS 14475 : Part Cranes - Condition monitoring Part 1 General 1 : 1997 IS 15419 : 2004 Jib Cranes - Code of Practice

SP 38 (S and T) Handbook of Typified Designs for Structures with Steel Roof Active : 1987 Trusses (with and without Cranes) (Based on is Codes) SP 43 (S and T) Handbook on Structures with Reinforced Concrete Portal : 1987 Frames (Without Cranes) SP 47 (S and T) Handbook on Structures with Steel Lattice Portal Frames : 1988 (Without Cranes) Active Active

IS/ISO 8686-1 : Cranes - Design Principles for Loads and Load Combination Active 1989 IS/ISO 8686-5 : Cranes-Design Principles for Loads and Load Combinations Active 1992 Part 5 : Overhead Travelling and Portal Bridge Cranes IS/ISO 9373 : Cranes and Related Equipment - Accuracy Requirements for Active

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Measuring Parameters During Testing