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RIGGING ANALYSIS for


STEAM DRUM LIFTING by
WINCH
Refer to ASME B30.26-2004 Rigging Hardware and
Hoisting and Rigging Safety Manual (Book)


3/18/2013
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BAB I. RIGGING ANALYSIS
A. Winch
Base-mounted winches, or tuggers, are a compact, versatile tool for many hoisting
and pulling operations. They are particularly useful in areas not accessible to mobile
cranes or where there is not enough headroom for a crane to operate. Figure 1
shows a tugger and snatch block arrangement for hoisting. Make sure that the rope
leaves the drum at a downward angle and that the loose end is securely anchored.

Figure 1



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B. Anchorage Points
Hoists, winches, tirfors, and other rigging devices require secure anchorage points.
Anchors may be overhead, in the floor, or at lateral points in walls or other structures.
The arrangement may involve columns, beams, beam clamps, welded lugs, slings, or
block and tackle. Whatever the method, riggers must be certain of the loads involved
and the anchorage required.




Lead Line Load Example A =
25 ton
1 line
= 25 ton
Lead Line Load Example B =
25 ton
6 line
= 4,167 ton ~ 5 ton




Load on structure A = 25 ton + 25 ton = 50 ton
Load on structure B = 25 ton + 5 ton = 30 ton

Load on structure = Load + Lead Line Load
Lead Line Load =
Load
Parts of Line at Load




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C. Angle effect to BLock Load


Analysis:
Load = 62 ton
Lead Line Load =
62 ton
8 line
= 7,75 ton ~ 8 ton
Load Block C = Load x Factor deg angle (0
o
)
Load Block C = 62 ton x 2 = 124 ton
.
Load Block D = Lead Line Load x Factor deg angle (40
o
)
Load Block D = 8 ton x 1.87 = 14.96 ton
.
Load Block E = Lead Line Load x Factor deg angle (130
o
)
Load Block E = 8 ton x 0.84 = 6.72 ton
.
Load Block F = Lead Line Load x Factor deg angle (90
o
)
Load Block F = 8 ton x 1.41 = 11.28 ton




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D. Rigging Blocks
The design factor for rigging blocks shall be a minimum of 4.





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E. Wire Rope Handling
Handling any kind of rope can be hazardous. Handling wire rope presents particular
hazards. Personnel should wear appropriate personal protective equipment such as
gloves and use caution to keep clothing or gloves from getting caught in sheaves or
drums during tugger/Winch operation.




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F. Hand Signals
Hand signals shall be in accordance with ASME B30.7-2006 and shall be posted
conspicuously.



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G. LIFTING BY INCLINED AT AN ANGLE




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H. LOAD DISTRIBUTION OF INCLINED AT AN ANGLE
L Distence Lifting Lug L = 13000 mm
h Height of Lifting Lug h = 200 mm

Diameter

= 1800 mm
Angle of Inclined = 45 Deg
Y =

/2 + h Y = 1100 mm
A = L Cos A = 9192.388155 mm
B = Y Sin B = 777.8174593 mm
C = (A/2) - B C = 3818.376618 mm
D = (A/2) + B D = 5374.011537 mm
W Weight Material W = 90 Ton
R1 = W (D/A) R1 = 52.61538462 Ton
R2 = W (C/A) R2 = 37.38461538 Ton
Control QW = 90 Ton




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L = 13000 mm
h = 200 mm

= 1800 mm
W = 90 Ton
Uper Lower
R1 = R2 = QW =
= 0 Deg 45.0000 Ton 45.0000 Ton 90 Ton
1 Deg 45.1329 Ton 44.8671 Ton 90 Ton
2 Deg 45.2659 Ton 44.7341 Ton 90 Ton
3 Deg 45.3991 Ton 44.6009 Ton 90 Ton
4 Deg 45.5325 Ton 44.4675 Ton 90 Ton
5 Deg 45.6663 Ton 44.3337 Ton 90 Ton
6 Deg 45.8004 Ton 44.1996 Ton 90 Ton
7 Deg 45.9351 Ton 44.0649 Ton 90 Ton
8 Deg 46.0703 Ton 43.9297 Ton 90 Ton
9 Deg 46.2062 Ton 43.7938 Ton 90 Ton
10 Deg 46.3428 Ton 43.6572 Ton 90 Ton
11 Deg 46.4803 Ton 43.5197 Ton 90 Ton
12 Deg 46.6187 Ton 43.3813 Ton 90 Ton
13 Deg 46.7582 Ton 43.2418 Ton 90 Ton
14 Deg 46.8987 Ton 43.1013 Ton 90 Ton
15 Deg 47.0405 Ton 42.9595 Ton 90 Ton
16 Deg 47.1837 Ton 42.8163 Ton 90 Ton
17 Deg 47.3283 Ton 42.6717 Ton 90 Ton
18 Deg 47.4744 Ton 42.5256 Ton 90 Ton
19 Deg 47.6222 Ton 42.3778 Ton 90 Ton
20 Deg 47.7718 Ton 42.2282 Ton 90 Ton
21 Deg 47.9233 Ton 42.0767 Ton 90 Ton
22 Deg 48.0768 Ton 41.9232 Ton 90 Ton
23 Deg 48.2325 Ton 41.7675 Ton 90 Ton
24 Deg 48.3906 Ton 41.6094 Ton 90 Ton
25 Deg 48.5511 Ton 41.4489 Ton 90 Ton
26 Deg 48.7143 Ton 41.2857 Ton 90 Ton
27 Deg 48.8802 Ton 41.1198 Ton 90 Ton
28 Deg 49.0492 Ton 40.9508 Ton 90 Ton
29 Deg 49.2213 Ton 40.7787 Ton 90 Ton
30 Deg 49.3967 Ton 40.6033 Ton 90 Ton
31 Deg 49.5758 Ton 40.4242 Ton 90 Ton
32 Deg 49.7586 Ton 40.2414 Ton 90 Ton
33 Deg 49.9455 Ton 40.0545 Ton 90 Ton
34 Deg 50.1366 Ton 39.8634 Ton 90 Ton
35 Deg 50.3323 Ton 39.6677 Ton 90 Ton
36 Deg 50.5329 Ton 39.4671 Ton 90 Ton
37 Deg 50.7386 Ton 39.2614 Ton 90 Ton
38 Deg 50.9498 Ton 39.0502 Ton 90 Ton
39 Deg 51.1668 Ton 38.8332 Ton 90 Ton
40 Deg 51.3901 Ton 38.6099 Ton 90 Ton
41 Deg 51.6200 Ton 38.3800 Ton 90 Ton
42 Deg 51.8569 Ton 38.1431 Ton 90 Ton
43 Deg 52.1015 Ton 37.8985 Ton 90 Ton
44 Deg 52.3541 Ton 37.6459 Ton 90 Ton
45 Deg 52.6154 Ton 37.3846 Ton 90 Ton

START
DATA MATERIAL
1. DIMENSION
2. WEIGHT
RIGGING DEPARTMENT
ANALYZE AND PLANED ACTIVITY FOR
LIFTING AND ERECTION WORK
REFERENCE
1. RIGGING BOOK
2. EQUIPMENT MANUAL
3. ASME B30.5-2004 Mobil &Locomotive cranes
4. ASME B30.6-2003 Derrick
5. ASME B30.10-1999 Hook
6. ASME B30.21-2005 manually lever operated hoist
7. ASME B30.24-2003 Safety standard for cranes,derrick, hoist, jacks, and Sling
8. ASME B30.26-2004 Rigging Hardware
9. BS EN 5973 Scaffolding
10. Australian Standard, AS 3569--1989, Wire ropes
11. Australian Standard, AS 2759--1985, Wire ropes
NEEDDUO CRANE
Yes
No
MONO CRANE
TAILING DESIGN
J OB SAFETY ANALISYS
Safe
Risk
FINISH
Final Inspection by
HaGun Engineering
Prepare Final Report for ApprovaL
Handover
No
Yes
RIGGING PLAN
ACTION
CONTROL
RIGGING PLAN
LIFTING FOR
POWER CONTROL CENTERS
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01. OBJ ECTIVE
Rigging Study of Lifting Power Control Centers.
02. SCOPE OF APPLICATION
Rigging study is describe the guidelines and operating step of Lifting Power Control Centers.
03. REFERENCE
1. HaGun Engineering RIGGING DEPARTMENT REFERENCE
04. EQUIPMENT
No Equipment Qty Capacities Remark
01 Crawler Crane 1 unit 150 ton New
02 BoomLength 48 meter 1 unit New
03 Trailer 1 unit 80 ton New
05. RIGGING TOOLS
No Equipment Qty Capacities
01 Sling dia. 1.5" x 13 M 4 pcs 17 ton
02 Chain Block 2 pcs 10 ton
03 Shackle SWL 10 pcs 10 ton
04 Manila Rope 7/8"x10M 2 pcs
06. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
No Equipment Qty
01 Safety Barricade Red White 77 mtr
02 Safety Cone 7 pcs
07. SAFETY FACTOR CALCULATION
No Equipment Qty
01 Weight of material 22.00 T
02 Crane Block 1.33 T
03 Wire Sling 0.15 T
04 Spreader Beam 0.60 T
05 Shackle 0.15 T
06 Total Weight 24.23 T
07 Crane Capacity 26.62 T

08 Safety Factor 1.1

SF =
26.62
24.23
=1.1
Steel plates 1.5mx 6mx 20 mmthk for track

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CRANE LAY OUT
MOVING OBJ ECT FROM A TO B
A
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SEQUENCE FOR LIFTING
STEEL STRUCTURE
01. OBJ ECTIVE
Rigging Study of Lifting Main Suspending Lever.
02. SCOPE OF APPLICATION
Rigging study is describe the guidelines and operating step of Lifting Main Suspending Lever.
03. REFERENCE
1. PT CEMARA SEMITAMA RIGGING DEPARTMENT PROCEDURE
04. EQUIPMENT
No Equipment Qty Capacities Remark
01 Crawler Crane 2 unit 150 ton New
02 Boom Length 70 meter 2 unit New

05. RIGGING TOOLS
No Equipment Qty Capacities
01 Sling dia. 1.5" x 6M 4 pcs 17 ton
02 Chain Block 4 pcs 10 ton
03 Shackle SWL 4 pcs 10 ton
04 Manila Rope 7/8"x20M 2 pcs
06. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
No Equipment Qty
01 Safety Barricade Red White 77 mtr
02 Safety Cone 7 pcs
07. SAFETY FACTOR CALCULATION
No Equipment Qty
01 Weight of material 39.09 T (in Duo Crane to Be 19.525 T)
02 Crane Block 1.33 T
03 Wire Sling 0.30 T
04 Shackle 0.15 T
05 Total Weight 21.305 T
06 Crane Capacity 25.90 T in Operating Radius 20 meter
07 Safety Factor 1.4
SF =
25.90
21.305
=1.22
Maximum Allowable Wind Speed is
Steel plates 1.5m x 6m x 20 mm thk for track
RIGGING PLAN
FOR LIFTING
Main Suspending Lever
at Steel Structure Boiler 2x110 mw
Teluk Balikpapan
Kalimantan Selatan
MARCH 15, 2013
Kelompok kiasifikasi 6x9 pilinan
bundar: Tambang kawat yang
termasuk dalam kelompok ini
tahan terhadap abrasi dan
fleksibel. Klasifikasi ini mencakup
tambang dengan 6 pilinan yang
setiap pilinan terdiri dan 8 hingga
26 helai kawat
Diameter
Tambang
(inci)
Beban Kerja
Maksimum yang Aman
(Ton) Faktor
Keselamatan =5
Inti Serat Inti Kawat
3/16 0,26 0,28
1/4 0,48 0.52
5/16 0.76 0,82
3/8 1.08 1.16
7/16 1,40 1.5
1/2 2,00 2,14
9/16 2,34 2,50
5/8 3,00 3.22
3/4 4,30 4.62
7/8 5,66 6.08
1 7.6 8,17
1 1/8 9,70 10.42
1 1/4 12,00 12,90
1 3/8 14,70 15,80
1 1/2 17,70 19,00
1 5/8 20,60 22.14
1 3/4 23,60 25.58
1 7/8 27,60 29,66
2 30,80 33,10
2 1/4 38,60 41,48
2 1/2 47,00 50,52
2 3/4 56,00 60,20
Widharto, Sri; Manual Rigging,
Page 128; Pradnya Paramita;
J akarta 2006
IWRC SECTION
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SEQUENCE FOR LIFTING
STEEL STRUCTURE
HOIST. Forearm vertical, forefinger
pointing up, move hand in small
horizontal circles.
LOWER. Arm extended downward,
forefinger pointing down, move
hand in small horizontal circles.
USE MAIN HOIST. Tap fist on head;
then use regular signals.
STANDARD HAND SIGNALS FOR
CONTROLLING CRANE OPERATIONS
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USE WHIPLINE. Tap elbow with
one hand; then use regular signals.
RAISE BOOM. Arm extended,
fingers closed, thumb pointing
upward.
LOWER BOOM. Arm extended,
fingers closed, thumb pointing
down.
STANDARD HAND SIGNALS FOR
CONTROLLING CRANE OPERATIONS (cont.)
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STANDARD HAND SIGNALS FOR
CONTROLLING CRANE OPERATIONS (cont.)
MOVE SLOWLY. One hand
gives motion signal, other
hand motionless in front of
hand giving the motion signal.
RAISE THE BOOM AND LOWER
THE LOAD. Arm extended, thumb
pointing up, flex fingers in and out.
LOWER THE BOOM AND
RAISE THE LOAD. Arm extended,
thumb pointing down, flex fingers
in and out.
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STANDARD HAND SIGNALS FOR
CONTROLLING CRANE OPERATIONS (cont.)
SWING. Arm extended, point
with finger in direction of swing.
STOP. Arm extended, palm
down, hold.
EMERGENCY STOP. Arm
extended, palm down, move
hand rapidly right and left.
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STANDARD HAND SIGNALS FOR
CONTROLLING CRANE OPERATIONS (cont.)
TRAVEL. Arm extended forward,
hand open and slightly raised,
pushing motion in direction of travel.
EXTEND BOOM. Both fists in
front of body with thumbs pointing
outward.
RETRACT BOOM. Both fists in
front of body with thumbs pointing
toward each other.
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