Rigging is more common in steel wire ropes, mainly used for hoisting, traction and tensioning, etc. The price of the rope tightener has been well received by everyone due to its high strength and good toughness. But should wire ropes be malleable?
Let’s discuss this issue with you. First of all, everything is ductile, but it’s just the difference in the ductility curve. Here, let’s talk about it in professional terms: the tensile stress curve. As a tool, we must first ensure that the elastic stress range cannot be exceeded, which requires our rigging to take into account the large stress value that can be accepted when it is manufactured, and then deduce information such as the manufacturing process of the rigging.
Of course, when the wire rope is used, it is not a single application, but often many complex structures are used together, which requires us to consider the influence of the force analysis on the ductility of the rigging in mechanics. Of course, from this point of view, the rigging should have a certain degree of ductility, because if it is suddenly stressed and has no tensile properties during lifting, the rigging itself will bear excessive instantaneous tensile stress. This tensile stress It is easy to exceed the ultimate stress that it can accept. And if there is a certain elastic tension, it will play a certain buffering role when lifting, which can greatly reduce the probability of cracking of the wire rope.