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Jointly, a company called Projectile Throwing Engines in Fort Worth, Tex., and the University of Texas in Arlington are planning to develop a fun-size trebuchet that relies on a basket counterweight design.
Readers interested in learning more about his scope and its spring counterweight setup can e-mail Ken at myinem@yahoo.com.
At the moment, the historic record does not indicate whether Volland made its own counterweight rigging hardware or installed systems purchased elsewhere (see Cincinnati 1 image).
Static condition when the car loaded with a certain quality: It is assumed that the tension of the car side traction rope is [T.sub.s1], and the tension of the counterweight side traction rope is [T.sub.s2].
Most college theatres have motorized rigging systems, because "college students are often not trained well enough to safely operate manual counterweight rigging systems," said veteran Broadway technical consultant Fred Gallo, president of PRG Scenic Technologies (Production Resource Group STNY).
The GMK4090 can travel with a maximum 18.3t counterweight. Within the most widely prevalent per axle weight of 12t, it can transport up to 9.1t to the job site without the need for an additional transport truck.
The arms or pins of the sear assembly sit on and over the top of the sear block (#24) and counterweight pivot pin (#25).
Therefore, it is necessary to consider the influence of counterweight on the fundamental frequency of pre-stressed concrete beams.
The 150-tonne capacity Grove GMK5150 features a 51 m boom with a maximum counterweight of 45 tonnes.
The short end of the beam carried a counterweight, suspended in a cradle.
With a compact footprint, optimized counterweight, parallel linkages, stiff axes and fewer drive motors, the IRB 8700 keeps its momentum down and speed up, providing unmatched agility and performance."