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DIRECT DRIVE - TREND IN MODERN ELEVATORS

DIRECT DRIVE - TREND IN MODERN ELEVATORS

Year: 2006

Section: METHODS AND TOOLS IN DESIGN PRACTICE

Editor: Marjanovic, D.

Author: Kostelac M., Herold Z., Maljković Z.

Section: METHODS AND TOOLS IN DESIGN PRACTICE

Pages: 277-282

Abstract

In general, in the design of elevator driving mechanisms, there is a high demand for small installation space, silent function and programmable control with high driving reliability and safety. Classical solutions of elevator drives with electric motor and mechanical power transmission cannot fully meet the requirements of the state of the art buildings. However, the problem can be overcome by using high torque electric motors with high technical performances. They still have a high price, but they are increasingly used as elevator driving mechanisms.

Keywords: driving mechanism, elevator, direct drive, high torque motor

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