2020 - 11th Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies, Northampton

 

 

The 11th Symposium of Lift and Escalator Technologies, September 2020 was organised by the Lift Engineering Section of Northampton University, the CIBSE Lifts Group and LEIA.

The proceedings can be downloaded here.

The document includes the following papers:

  • A Design Methodology of Rope Tension Meter Used for Lift Automatic Door Assembly Anup Balharpure1 , Rohit Nehe2 1Rewale Engineering Pvt Ltd, India 2Creestaa Elevator (India) Pvt Ltd, India  VIDEO
  • A MATLAB/Simulink Journey-Based Lift Energy Consumption Model Lutfi Al-Sharif, Mohammad Al-Ahdab The University of Jordan, Jordan  VIDEO
  • Call-Giving Devices in Lift Traffic Design with a Destination Control System Janne Sorsa1 , Mikko Kontturi1 and Mirko Ruokokoski2 1KONE Industrial Ltd, Finland 2KONE Corporation, Finland  VIDEO
  • Computational Environment for Simulating Impact of Building Sway on High Rise Lifts Jaakko Kalliomäki, Jarkko Saloranta, Joonas Sorvari, Sakari Mäntylä, Mikko Puranen KONE Corporation, Finland  VIDEO
  • Computer-Aided Structural Analysis of the Lift Car – Frame System Under Emergency Arrest Operational Conditions Mohammad Ghaleeh, Stefan Kaczmarczyk, Shafqat Rasool, Jonathan Adams, Nawar Al-Esawi University of Northampton, UK  VIDEO
  • Feasibility of An Energy Efficient Fuel Cell Hybrid Lift: the Main Concept and Design Stefan Kaczmarczyk1 , Janusz Blaszczyk2 , H. Lei2 , Rory Smith1 1University of Northampton, UK 2Shanghai Everpower Technologies Ltd, China  VIDEO
  • Feasibility Study of Using a Coupler Skate Encoder System for Monitoring the Real Time Status of Lift Door Operation Rohit Nehe, Chetan Mahale, Babasaheb Patil Creestaa Elevators India Pvt Ltd, India  VIDEO
  • IOT, Magic or Myth Rory Smith, University of Northampton, UK  VIDEO
  • Research of Real Time Video Monitoring and Remote Control System of Escalators Yantai Luo Shanghai Mitsubishi Elevator Corporation, Japan  VIDEO
  • Study on a Vibration Reduction System for Lift Roller Guides Yosuke Shima and Osamu Furuya Tokyo Denki University, Japan  VIDEO
  • Study on Behavior of Escalator During Earthquake Nayuta Sudo1, Satoshi Fujita1 Keisuke Mori2, Izumi Nakamura3 Shigeki Okamura4 1Tokyo Denki University, Japan 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Advanced Technology R&D Center, Japan 3National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience, Japan 4Toyama Prefectural University, Japan  VIDEO
  • Study on Evacuation Route in Case of Disaster Considering the Fragility of Mechanical Structures Kazusada Natsu, Osamu Furuya Tokyo Denki University, Japan  VIDEO
  • The Maximum Number of Passengers Boarding a Lift in Office Buildings Based on Automated Passenger Counts Tiina Laine, Janne Sorsa KONE Industrial Ltd, Finland  VIDEO
  • The Passenger Input to Escalator Accidents David Cooper LECS (UK) Ltd University of Northampton, UK  VIDEO
  • The Round Trip Time Simulation: Monte Carlo Implementation and Consistency with Other Techniques Matthew Appleby, Richard Peters Peters Research Ltd, UK  VIDEO
  • The Use of Lifts in Offices in Social Distancing Environments Jochem Wit Deerns, The Netherlands
  • Using the Inter-Linked Monte Carlo Simulation Method (iL-MCS) to Calculate the Value of the Elevator Round Trip Time to Reflect the Random Nature of Passenger Destinations Lutfi Al-Sharif, Noor Toghoj, Ammar Hakam The University of Jordan, Jordan  VIDEO