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Title: Safe use of mine winding ropes, volume 3: rope terminations.
Authors: Borrello, M
Van Zyl, MN
Wainwright, EJ
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 054
Rope terminations
Mine winding ropes
Rope safety
Rope condition assessment
Issue Date: Apr-1996
Citation: Borrello, M, Van Zyl, MN and Wainwright, EJ. 1996. Safe use of mine winding ropes, volume 3: rope terminations. Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee, GAP 054, April, 1996, 1-258
Abstract: Previous work which was carried out on splice demonstrated that the efficiency of this type of termination was sensitive to both rigger skill and operating loads. It was therefore suggested that future research should be aimed at identifying and evaluating a less labour intensive, less skill dependent termination with better efficiencies. The work carried out here investigated the applicability of resin and white metal cappings as rope terminations on South African mines.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1683
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