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Critical evaluation of full lock coil ropes in cage and skip winders in a uranium mine based on nondestructive observation

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By Debasish Basak, Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research, India; Srimanta Pal, Indian Statistical Institute, India; and Dipak Chandra Patranabis, Jadavpur University, India
In order to prevent accidents, wire ropes must be evaluated by proper nondestructive methods. Periodic in-situ measurement of faults is useful to determine the effects of various parameters on rope life. All wire ropes wear out eventually, gradually losing work capability, thus necessitating periodic inspections, lubrication, and tensioning. This paper discusses the in-situ condition of three cage ropes and four skip ropes of 20-mm diameter full locked coil (FLC) construction in a uranium mine.
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