It is mainly used for hoisting, traction and tension, etc. Because of its high strength and toughness, it has been well received by everyone. But should steel wire be malleable?
And I'm going to talk a little bit about that, but first of all, everything is malleable, it's just a difference in the extension curve, but let's use the technical term here, which is the stretch stress curve. As a tool, we should first ensure that we cannot exceed the elastic stress range, which requires us to take into account the maximum stress value when we make the rigging, and then push back the making process and other information of the rigging.
Of course, when steel wire rope is used, it is not a single use, but many complex structures are used together, which requires us to consider the influence of stress analysis on the ductility of cable. Of course, from this point, the rigging should be ductile to a certain extent, because when it is lifted suddenly under force without tensile characteristics, the rigging itself will bear the excessive instantaneous tensile stress, which can easily exceed the ultimate stress it can bear. And if there is a certain elastic tension will play a certain buffer during lifting which can greatly reduce the chance of the wire rope breaking.