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SAE J1257 - RATING CHART FOR CANTILEVERED BOOM CRANES Organization: SAE
Date: 1980-10-01
Description: This recommended practice applies to mobile construction type cranes with cantilevered, telescopic booms when used in lifting crane service.
SAE J987 - LATTICE BOOM CRANES - METHOD OF TEST Organization: SAE
Date: 2012-08-01
Description: This SAE Standard applies to mobile construction-type lifting cranes utilizing rope-supported, conventional and luffing type lattice boom crane structures. Purpose The purpose of this test method is to provide a systematic nondestructive procedure for determining the stresses induced in crane structures under specified conditions of static loading through use of resistance-type electric strain gages, and to specify appropriate acceptance criteria for specified loading conditions.
SAE J1063 - CANTILEVERED BOOM CRANE STRUCTURES - METHOD OF TEST Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: This SAE Standard applies to mobile, construction-type lifting cranes of the cantilever boom type (Figure 1). Questions and comments regarding application or interpretation of the provisions in this test method should be referred to the originating SAE Committee.
SAE J1093 - (R) LATTICED CRANE BOOM SYSTEMS - ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE, INFORMATION REPORT Organization: SAE
Date: 1994-03-01
Description: This SAE Information Report applies to wire rope supported, latticed crane boom systems mounted on mobile construction type cranes for lift crane service. Purpose—The purpose of this document is to establish criteria for the analytical evaluation of the basic structural competence of wire rope supported, latticed crane boom systems.
SAE J1289 - MOBILE CRANE STABILITY RATINGS Organization: SAE
Date: 2013-03-01
Description: This recommended practice applies to mobile, construction-type lifting cranes with either lattice booms or cantilevered, telescopic booms.
SAE J1180 - TELESCOPIC BOOM LENGTH INDICATING SYSTEM Organization: SAE
Date: 1977-03-01
Description: This SAE Recommended Practice applies to mobile cranes when used in lifting crane service which are equipped with boom length indicating devices.
NASA-LLIS-0937 - LESSONS LEARNED – MOBILE CRANE MISHAP Organization: NASA
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: Description of Driving Event: A three-man crane operating crew was assisting a three-man crane overhaul crew to refurbish a 140- ton crew and to refurbish a 110-ton government owned mobile crane on September 15, 2000. On this day, the overhaul crew was to install new boom pendants, requiring the cable bridle and its associated cables to be moved from its temporary stowage location behind the cab of the crane to a point on the boom where it could be attached to the boom pendants.
SAE J1078 - A RECOMMENDED METHOD OF ANALYTICALLY DETERMINING THE COMPETENCE OF HYDRAULIC TELESCOPIC CANTILEVERED CRANE BOOMS Organization: SAE
Date: 1986-04-01
Description: This analysis applies to crane types as covered by Power Crane and Shovel Association Standard Number Two, Mobile Hydraulic Crane Standards and ANSI B30.15; refer to 5.1.
ASME B30.3 - TOWER CRANES Organization: ASME
Date: 2016-03-14
Description: Variations of the above physical characteristics that provide the same fundamental operating characteristics are included in the scope of this Volume; however, the requirements of thisVolume are only applicable to the cranes within this scope when they are used in lifting operations. Mobile cranes configured with tower attachments (refer to ASME B30.5) and self-erecting tower cranes (refer to ASME B30.29) are not within the scope of this Volume.
ISO 11662-2 - MOBILE CRANES - EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF CRANE PERFORMANCE - PART 2: STRUCTURAL COMPETENCE UNDER STATIC LOADING - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2014-11-01
Description: This part of ISO 11662 applies to mobile construction-type lifting cranes utilizing a) rope supported, lattice boom attachment or lattice boom, and fly jib attachment b) rope supported, mast attachment and mast mounted boom, and fly jib attachment c) telescoping boom attachment or telescopic boom and fly jib attachment Mobile crane manufacturers can use this part of ISO 11662 to verify their design for the mobile crane types illustrated This test method is to provide a systematic, non-destructive procedure for determining the stresses induced in crane structures under specified condition of static loading through the use of resistance type electric strain gauges, and to specify appropriate accceptance criteria for specified loading conditions.
ISO 7752-2 - CRANES — CONTROL LAYOUT AND CHARACTERISTICS — PART 2: BASIC ARRANGEMENT AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MOBILE CRANES - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-11-01
Description: This part of ISO 7752 establishes the arrangement, requirements and direction of movement of the basic controls for slewing, load hoisting and lowering, and boom luffing and telescoping, on mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306‑2. It deals with bi-directional controls and the basic arrangement and requirements for cross-shift levers (multi-directional controls).
NASA-LLIS-0046 - LESSONS LEARNED - ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT OF CRANE COMPONENTS; CRANE LOAD CHARTS; CALCULATING CRANE LOADS; REPORTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS ACROSS CONTRACTOR INTERFACES Organization: NASA
Date: 1991-12-13
Description: The test weight was 8 to 10 feet above the canister doors when the boom of the crane slipped, falling toward the canister and lifting the front wheels off the ground.
NASA-LLIS-5836 - LESSONS LEARNED – OVERTURNED MOBILE CRANE AT JAY JAY RAILROAD DRAW BRIDGE Organization: NASA
Date: 2011-11-07
Description: A NASA contractor was engaged in setting pilings using a hydraulic vibratory driver / extractor(HVDE) and a lattice boom mobile crane atop a barge in the Indian River north of Titusville, Florida.
NR/L3/CIV/140/122N ISSUE 3 - MODEL CLAUSE 122N: BRIDGE INSTALLATION BY LARGE CAPACITY CRANE - INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: NR
Date: 2008-06-01
Description: The Model Clauses contained within this Section do not apply to the use of tower cranes or small road mobile cranes. For the requirements applicable to such cranes, the Specifier should refer to the Technical Workscope Technical Module: General Requirements.
ASME B30.27 - MATERIAL PLACEMENT SYSTEMS SAFETY STANDARD FOR CABLEWAYS, CRANES, DERRICKS, HOISTS, HOOKS, JACKS, AND SLINGS Organization: ASME
Date: 2014-03-26
Description: Included in this are mechanical and hydraulic pea gravel systems, mobile telescoping boom conveyors, separate placing booms, and material placement accessories (see Figs. 27-0.1-1 through 27-0.1-4).
NR/L2/RMVP/0200/P003 ISSUE 2 - PLANT OPERATIONS MANUAL: PLANNING AND UNDERTAKING LIFTING OPERATIONS - COMPLIANCE DATE: 02 JUNE 2012 Organization: NR
Date: 2012-03-03
Description: This standard applies to all lifting operations using :  • On-Track Plant (OTP) • On-track Machines (OTMs) • Road mobile cranes • Lorry mounted knuckle boom cranes • Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) • Manually powered lifting equipment The requirements of this standard do not apply to rail mounted recovery cranes.
ASME - ANSI Y14.14 - DRAFTING PRACTICES - SECTION 14 MECHANICAL ASSEMBLIES Organization: ASME
Date: 1961-01-01
Description: The scope of this standard includes a wide range of commercial assemblies such as a housing for a machine, a metal cabinet, a jack, a gearbox, a boom for a crane, a radar reflector, etc. Practices peculiar to the drafting of specialized mechanical assemblies such as those associated with aircraft, auto mobile bodies, ship frames or certain electrical assemblies are not considered to be within the scope of this standard.
DS/EN 12001 - CONVEYING, SPRAYING AND PLACING MACHINES FOR CONCRETE AND MORTAR - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2012-10-16
Description: This European Standard does not cover: - machines that are mobile during conveying, spraying and placing; - cabins for any machines covered by this standard; - additional functions beyond conveying, spraying and placing concrete and mortar, e.g. separate mixing function or crane function; - requirements for operation in tunnels; - support structures (i.e. tower systems) not exclusively designed for the use with concrete distribution booms. This European Standard does not establish the additional requirements for operations subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres, supply by electrical networks where voltage, frequency and tolerance differ from those of the public supply, earthquake, lightning, using on public roads, etc.). 1.2 This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to conveying, spraying and placing machines when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
NBN - EN ISO 19901-3 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR OFFSHORE STRUCTURES - PART 3: TOPSIDES STRUCTURE (ISO 19901-3:2014) Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-02-02
Description: ISO 19901-3:2014 applies to structural components including the following:primary and secondary structure in decks, module support frames and modules; flare structures; crane pedestal and other crane support arrangements; helicopter landing decks (helidecks); permanent bridges between separate offshore structures; masts, towers and booms on offshore structures.
SNV - SN EN 12001 - CONVEYING, SPRAYING AND PLACING MACHINES FOR CONCRETE AND MORTAR - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: SNV
Date: 2012-11-01
Description: This European Standard does not cover: - machines that are mobile during conveying, spraying and placing; - cabins for any machines covered by this standard; - additional functions beyond conveying, spraying and placing concrete and mortar, e.g. separate mixing function or crane function; - requirements for operation in tunnels; - support structures (i.e. tower systems) not exclusively designed for the use with concrete distribution booms. This European Standard does not establish the additional requirements for operations subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres, supply by electrical networks where voltage, frequency and tolerance differ from those of the public supply, earthquake, lightning, using on public roads).

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