### Glossary of Lift Traffic Design Calculations – Part Two

This glossary will help you to understand the technical meaning for any term or expression which will facilitate your understanding for the Lift Traffic design calculations.

Please read this glossary carefully because you will need to come back to it while reviewing the articles of this course: Elevators Traffic Design and Motor power sizing Calculations.

 Glossary of Lift Traffic design calculations – Part Two

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The previous and related articles are listed in below table:

 Subject Of Previous Article Article Applicable Standards and Codes Used In This Course, The Need for Lifts, The Efficient Elevator Design Solution Parts of Elevator System Design Process Overview of Elevator Design and Supply Chain Process. The Concept of Traffic Planning, The (4) Methods of Traffic Design Calculations, Principles of Interior Building Circulation: A- Efficiency of Interior Circulation B- Human Factors C- Circulation and Handling Capacity Factors: Corridor handling capacity, Portal handling capacity, Stairway handling capacity, Escalator handling capacity, Passenger Conveyors (Moving Walkways and Ramps) handling capacity, Lifts Handling Capacity. D- Location And Arrangement Of Transportation Facilities Traffic design calculations: 1- Calculation of the Number of Round Trips for a Single Car, 2- Estimation of Population, 3- Calculation of the Average Number of Passengers per Trip (P), 4- Calculation of the Uppeak Handling Capacity (UPPHC), 5- Calculation of the Waiting Interval (Passenger Waiting Time), 6- Calculation of The percentage population served (%POP), 7- Estimation of Arrival Rate, 8- Calculation of the Round Trip Time RTT, 9- Calculation of the quality of service (Grade of Service) Methods for Lift Traffic Design Calculations: First Method:  The Conventional Design Method Second Method: The Iterative Balance Method How To Size The Lift Motor KW/HP: 1- Professional Formulas Method, 2- Baldor Formulas Method, 3- Equivalent Weight Method, 4- Buildings Energy Code (BEC)’S Tables Method, 5- Baldor Tables Method, 6- Curves Method. Glossary of Lift Traffic design calculations – Part One