Eadon Consulting were approached by SCX, a specialist crane supplier, to assist with the optioneering phase of a project which looked at the design and supply of a high integrity nuclear crane. With a number of different options for the cranes layout being developed, Eadon Consulting were asked to carry out simple hand calculations looking at the seismic performance of the different options.
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Eadon Consulting, working in conjunction with SCX, a specialist crane supplier, were asked to provide structural and mechanical verification calculations for a crane that will be used for decommissioning at Sellafield.
The contract to re-erect the Dropped Object Canopy on the Forth Road Bridge North Tower has recently been successfully completed by The Spencer Group, assisted by Eadon Consulting providing the temporary works design on the project. The Dropped...
Eadon consulting, working alongside Lindhurst Engineering Ltd and Zeeko Ltd completed the detailed mechanical drawings for a tower which is to be manufactured in India and will be installed in a new facility in Dehradun in the northern part of the country.
Eadon completed the detailed design and analysis of a series of stop logs and associated grapple beam for stop log removal for a pumping station in the Sudan. Key facts Sudan Tony Gee and Partners TEMA EngineeringThe project involved the detailed...
Replacing the conductors between electricity pylons carries many risks, particularly when the transmission lines cross a road or railway. Traditionally, scaffolding structures are erected over the route to protect it in the event that one of the conductors breaks as the new cable is pulled in. This is costly and time consuming.
The Forth Road Bridge which lies on the east coast of Scotland measures over 2000 metres and features a main vehicle way as well as a pedestrian and cycle path. It was originally built to connect Edinburgh to Fife and the rest of Northern Scotland.