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A production study of the pendulum balloon logging system Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this paper is to compare the estimated production of the pendulum swing logging system to the production of a conventional balloon logging system. Cycle Time is established for the conventional system by time study techniques. A combination approach is used to model the pendulum system. A computer model simulates the mechanics of the inhaul and outhaul elements. The time study data from the conventional system is used to estimate the remainder of the cycle time for the pendulum system. Net payloads are calculated for both systems by a static analysis. The calculations show the pendulum system to be more productive when yarding distances are less than 1200 feet. The production calculations show the conventional system to be more productive when yarding distances exceed 1200 feet.
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