Load Indicating Systems in Lifting Crane Service - J-376a - A Case Study in the Revision of a Recommended Practice 750794
The need for clear definition of accuracy performance and operating criteria for Load Indicating Systems has been voiced by crane operators, crane manufacturers, and legislative agencies. A thorough study of the existing Recommended Practice was undertaken with the specific goal to upgrade J-376 to permit greater understanding of the minimum performance requirements of Load Indicating Systems.
Citation: Parker, G., Elengo, J., Griffin, R., Schaner, D. et al., "Load Indicating Systems in Lifting Crane Service - J-376a - A Case Study in the Revision of a Recommended Practice," SAE Technical Paper 750794, 1975, https://doi.org/10.4271/750794. Download Citation
G. A. Parker, J. J. Elengo, R. F. Griffin, D. S. Schaner, J. W. Six
Working Group E SAE Subcommittee XVII
1975 SAE International Off-Highway and Powerplant Congress and Exposition