gravity haulage

gravity haulage

[′grav·əd·ē ‚hȯl·ij]
(mining engineering)
A type of haulage system in which the set of full cars is lowered at the end of a rope, and gravity force pulls up the empty cars, the rope being passed around a sheave at the top of the incline. Also known as self-acting incline.
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