> As I said previously, 0.0045 m/s/s is not at all
> "impractical due to the very low acceleration".
> At that acceleration, the load will already be
> going 1.0 m/s after only about 3.7 minutes which
> is probably already too fast for transporting such
> a large load.
> I'm curious how fast you think those blocks should
> -- or at least could -- have been transported?
Wrong irrelevant isolated, nitpicking, question.
Again, indicative you have not got the foggiest clue about the subject matter.
My brief comment was not particularly primarily about the desired or ultimately achieved velocity, or even overall time duration, although they would be important considerations in any realistic, practical, workable overall scenario.
In your isolated haste to confirm "as you said previously" as if that ignorant opinion carries any authority or basis, you seem to fail to grasp that such acceleration is the weight (any amount of weight) on its own on an such incline given the totally unrealistic basic parameters, and it not tethered to ANY LOAD.
Your loaded or leading question, assumes that one (me) accepts that such funiculars as hypothetically and simplistically proposed, for transport large quantity of stone would even practically work.
I have manually checked Fabio's calculations provided here so far and they are accurate.
He has already indirectly addressed Steve's question.
The same question that Steve posed to you directly several times recently without answer (at least here openly).
Fabio was likely waiting for, or assessing whether for the 'pennies upstairs to drop'!!!
Also a professional would be unlikely to commit to declaration of anymore specific calculation on such simplistic hypothetical case scenario , particularly if he was engaged on the basis of him authorising being named ,quoted and or published as the authority!
Especially in such an unrealistic hypothetical scenario.... to which you have encouraged and already contributed much BS!
I admire Steve's creativity and enthusiasm and sincerely hope he persists to achieve clear appropriately qualified independent professional advice and ultimately achieves satisfactory understanding.
As for you... well I will try once again to resume ignoring your BS!