Elevator Engineering – Theory and Practice (Digital)
Author: Rajaraman Krishnan
Publication Date: 2023
IMPORTANT INFORMATION – PLEASE READ: You are purchasing a digital book or video that is accessed through the Flux Player app (not a stand-alone PDF). It’s easy to use and all of your digital purchases will be stored in one place for convenience. Once you make your digital purchase you will receive an email confirmation of your order. The email will include instructions on how to download the Flux Player app and provide you with a username and password to login. Once the player is downloaded and you are logged in, your digital book or video, and any future digital purchase(s), will be live in your player. You only have to download the player once (not each digital purchase). There are multiple viewing options of your book as a PDF (in the player), a search function, and direct links from the table of contents to each chapter or section. The Flux Player app can be licensed and accessed on up to two of your devices and you can print up to three pages at a time. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL DIGITAL SALES ARE FINAL.
This book provides an exhaustive and comprehensive coverage of both the theoretical and practical engineering aspects of electric elevators. The extremely wide application and specification range of elevator in various types of buildings is taken into account in covering the different topics. Building and user safety requirements and elevator installation process are also dealt with in sufficient detail. A number of worked examples are given to illustrate analytical principles and calculations.
This book is mainly intended for use by students and practicing engineers in the elevator industry.
He has worked in the elevator industry from 1971 onwards, mostly in R & D, engineering, field support and training functions. He is a graduate in Electrical Engineering from P,S.G. College of Technology, Coimbatore, India, and a postgraduate from The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, with specialisation in Applied Electronics and Servomechanisms. He worked for KONE Elevators most of the time, in India, Middle East and Finland. He retired in 2009 as Engineering Development Director, KONE Global Supply Operations, Finland.