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What happens during a snapback event?


published on 18 February 2022 520 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Holmes Solutions". Originally published on 2022-02-04.
Case Study Video:
BHP - a global mining company and port owner – asked us to develop a test set-up to see what happens during a snapback event and evaluate their safety protection fence. The test data helped in the development of a safer protection fence and gave real insight into snapback behaviour.

Collaboration with BHP, Geobrugg and Wilhelmsen.
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